Basic Overview of Old Trafford Ground:

Established:1857
End names: Stretford End, Brian Statham End
Home team: Lancashire
Capacity:19000
Floodlights: Yes, Installed in 2011

2019 World cup fixtures:
Jun 16: India vs Pakistan
Jun 18: Afghanistan vs England
Jun 22: New Zealand vs West Indies
Jun 27: India vs West Indies
Jul 6: Australia vs South Africa
Jul 9: 1st Semi-final

One of the most famous grounds in England will host six matches in world cup 2019 including a semi-final and two cracking games- India vs Pakistan and Australia vs South Africa.

Australia has won and lost seven games each out of 14 games played.
England has a really good record with a win percentage of 67.56% where they have won 25 games out of 38 games.

India has won only three games out of eight games played and Pakistan also has won only two games out of eight games.

Only in three matches, more than 300 has been scored on this ground in fifty matches played at Old Trafford, Manchester.

In the last match played here, England defeated Australia in a rare low scoring match where England was bowled out for 205 and then England courtesy of Buttler’s incredible century, won the game by 1 wicket.

Who will get into the semi-finals? South Africa or New Zealand?
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