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Venues - ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Live Streaming Video, Schedules & News
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Live Streaming Video, Schedules & News

Venues

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Venues

TRENT BRIDGE

TRENT BRIDGE
TRENT BRIDGE

First opened in 1841, Trent Bridge is a genuinely memorable cricket ground. It initially facilitated a one-day global in 1974 and has been utilized as a Cricket World Cup setting for the 1975, 1979, 1983 and 1999 versions.

At the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 it will have five matches, including England v Pakistan. Hosts England have an extraordinary record at Trent Bridge, having won both their past World Cup recreations at the scene: wins against New Zealand in 1975 and Zimbabwe in 1999.

Trent Bridge, which is the home of Nottinghamshire – was where England set a record ODI score of 481/6, with Alex Hales and Jonny Bairstow both making hundreds of years. It was likewise the ground where they recently set the record in 2016, when they scored 444/3.

THE RIVERSIDE DURHAM

RIVERSIDE DURHAM
RIVERSIDE DURHAM

Britain’s most northerly ground, the home of Durham Cricket, will have three installations at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019.

First settled in 1995, The Riverside Durham has recently facilitated four ICC Cricket World Cup installations, all of which occurred at the 1999 version.

At the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, Durham will have three apparatuses, including England v New Zealand and it will be the home for two Sri Lanka diversions.

The most elevated World Cup aggregate at the home of Durham Cricket is 261/6, which was scored by Pakistan on their approach to triumph against Scotland in 1999. In any case, the superstars that day were the bowling assault of Wasim Akram, Shoaib Akhtar and Abdul Razzaq who took three wickets each.

THE OVAL

OVAL
OVAL

The Oval will have five apparatuses at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, including the opener among England and South Africa.

Set only a short distance from the River Thames, the Oval – home of Surrey County Cricket Club – was the scene for the first-historically speaking Test coordinate on English soil among England and Australia in 1880 and has proceeded to have more than 100 Tests since.

It has likewise played host to various enormous World Cup matches, with ten installations occurring at the Oval over the 1975, 1979, 1983 and 1999 releases.

The latest Cricket World Cup apparatus at the Oval saw Pakistan spinner Saqlain Mushtaq take a cap trap against Zimbabwe in 1999.

OLD TRAFFORD

OLD TRAFFORD
OLD TRAFFORD

Old Trafford, home of Lancashire County Cricket Club, will be the busiest scene at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019, as it will play host to six recreations, including a semi-last.

It likewise will be the setting for the most-watched installation in universal cricket when India take on Pakistan.

The ground itself is no more interesting to World Cup cricket having been utilized in the 1975, 1979, 1983 and 1999 releases of the competition.

Britain have played two Cricket World Cup semi-finals at Old Trafford, beating New Zealand by nine keeps running in 1979, however losing to India by six wickets in 1983.

The ground itself is the second most seasoned Test setting in England, facilitating Tests since 1884, and as of late renamed their Pavilion End the ‘James Anderson End’ after England’s driving Test wicket-taker.

LORD’S

LORD'S
LORD’S

There are not many cricket grounds on the planet as notorious as Lord’s.

First opened in 1814 and home to global cricket since 1884, Lord’s has facilitated 10 ICC Cricket World Cup installations, including the finals of the 1975, 1979, 1983 and 1999 versions.

At the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, the Home of Cricket will have five installations, and will by and by be the scene for the World Cup Final.

The most astounding World Cup aggregate at Lord’s was hit on the principal event it facilitated an apparatus in the competition, with England scoring a noteworthy 334/4 against India in 1975.

HEADINGLEY

HEADINGLEY
HEADINGLEY

Headingley will by and by play host to a portion of the world’s best cricketers the following summer, having been a piece of the 1975, 1979, 1983 and 1999 versions of the ICC Cricket World Cup.

It will have four matches at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019, including England v Sri Lanka, and will be the place Afghanistan play two of their round-robin apparatuses.

The Windies will likewise show up at Headingley, where they guaranteed a gallant Test win against England in 2017.

THE HAMPSHIRE BOWL

HAMPSHIRE BOWL

The Hampshire Bowl will have ICC Cricket World Cup installations without precedent for 2019, with five matches occurring at the scene.

It won’t be the first occasion when that Hampshire has facilitated World Cup cricket however, as installations in the 1983 and 1999 releases were played at the old Northlands Road Ground in Southampton.

The Hampshire Bowl, home of Hampshire County Cricket Club, was opened in 2001 and sits on the edges of Southampton on the south shore of England.

It has facilitated universal installations in every one of the three arrangements and was likewise home to five apparatuses in the 2004 release of the ICC Champions Trophy.

EDGBASTON

Having been built up in 1886, any reasonable person would agree that Edgbaston – home of Warwickshire County Cricket Club – has been the scene for some memorable minutes, including Brian Lara’s thump of 501*, the most elevated score by a batsman in top notch cricket.

It has been a setting at four past ICC Cricket World Cups, and was a semi-last area in the 1979, 1983 and 1999 versions. It will have five recreations at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, including one semi-last and the prominent gathering of England and India.

Cricket fans will recollect Edgbaston’s 1999 World Cup semi-last among Australia and South Africa as apparently the best ever ODI. Allan Donald and Lance Klusener were the men at the wrinkle that day, with a misunderstanding in the center when the scores were level significance Australia advanced to the World Cup last.


COUNTY GROUND TAUNTON

Three ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 installations will be held at the County Ground Taunton, home of Somerset County Cricket Club.

Ignored by the towers of three houses of worship, the County Ground Taunton is one famous for its character and history.

It has been being used since 1882, and arranged one amusement in the 1983 World Cup and two out of 1999, incorporating India’s conflict with Sri Lanka, where they piled on a colossal 373/6.

In 2017, the County Ground Taunton was host to the ICC Women’s World Cup, with seven apparatuses occurring at the ground.

THE CARDIFF WALES STADIUM

The Cardiff Wales Stadium is no more interesting to facilitating ICC competitions, having been a setting for the last two releases of the ICC Champions Trophy, just as the ICC Cricket World Cup in 1999.

At the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019, the Cardiff Wales Stadium – home of Glamorgan County Cricket Club – will have four installations, adding to the sole World Cup diversion played there in 1999.

The main district diversion held at the ground was in 1967, and their first universal installation was in certainty the 1999 Cricket World Cup conflict between trans-Tasman rivals Australia and New Zealand.

The Cardiff Wales Stadium has seen some emotional minutes happened in its moderately short history of facilitating universal cricket, including Pakistan’s semi-last win over England at the ICC Champions Trophy in 2017.

THE BRISTOL COUNTY GROUND

Three matches will be played at the Bristol County Ground amid the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

Those three installations will twofold the quantity of Men’s World Cup amusements the ground has held, tailing one out of 1983 and two out of 1999.

All the more as of late, the Bristol County Ground facilitated eight apparatuses at the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017, including England’s sensational semi-last win over South Africa.

The ground appeared in 1889, and was purchased by none other than WG Grace! From that point forward, Gloucestershire County Cricket Club have called it home for almost 130 years.