Located between the famous M27 motorway and Telegraph Woods, this venue will host World Cup matches for the first time in 2019.
Pitch: It's known as a batting paradise and the average runs scored per over here is 5.51 – one of the highest in England. In the last ODI here, England beat Pakistan by 12 runs after posting 373/3, which is also the venue-high score, eclipsing New Zealand's 359/3 against the hosts in 2013. 65 by the United States against Australia is the lowest team total here.
Ends: Pavilion End, Northern End
CWC 2019 Matches (5): South Africa Vs India, South Africa Vs West Indies, England Vs West Indies, India Vs Afghanistan, Bangladesh Vs Afghanistan
(Stats compiled before Cricket World Cup 2019)