Basic Overview of Trent Bridge, Nottingham:

Established: 1841
Capacity: 17000
Floodlights: Yes
Ends: Pavilion End, Radcliffe Road End
Home Teams: Nottinghamshire, England

2019 Cricket World Cup fixtures:
May 31: West Indies v Pakistan
June 3: England v Pakistan
June 6: Australia v West Indies
June 13: India v New Zealand
June 20: Australia v Bangladesh

Trent Bridge, Nottingham is one of the oldest grounds in England will also host five games in World cup 2019.

It is also one of the most beautiful and recognized grounds in England which has undergone significant renovation over the years. The wicket is flat and combines that with the short boundaries, it becomes a belter of a track for batsmen and teams like India and England have a real chance to even get to 500 here.

In the 44 matches played here, teams batting first have won 18 games and teams batting second have won 23 games.

It’s the same ground where England scored their record 481 against Australia and they have a sure chance to even break their own record in this world cup.

A total of nine 300+ scores have been scored here and two 400+ scores as well!!

India and England have a win percentage of 50 and 48 respectively on Trent Bridge, Nottingham. New Zealand has won only 2 matches of the 7 games they have played here and Pakistan has won 7 games and lost 5 games here. Australia also has won only 3 games out of 8 they have played here.

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