Trent Bridge (Trent Bridge Ground)

Nottingham, England
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Picture of Trent Bridge, Nottingham

Named after the river Trent, this premise is shared by the Nottingham County Cricket Club and the Notts County Football Club. Established in 1841, it has a capacity of 15, 350. The ground has undergone some significant developments over the years. The office block of Trent Bridge was built after a corner of the ground was sold off to make money. Of late, the Radcliffe Road and the Fox Road stands have made this ground one of the best viewing grounds in the country, thanks to their architectural brilliance. It hosted its first Test between England and Australia from June 1-3, 1899 and the first ODI between England and Pakistan on August 31, 1974.


Ground Statistics

In:
Matches Played:
59
Matches Tied:
0
No Result:
22
Most Successful Team:
England
Wins by Team Batting First:
21
Wins by Team Batting Second:
16
Most Prolific Batsman:
Michael Atherton (1083 Runs)
Highest Individual Score:
by
Most Prolific Bowler:
James Anderson (49 Wickets)
Best Bowling Analysis:
8/70 by Muttiah Muralidaran
Matches Played:
37
Matches Tied:
1
No Result:
0
Most Successful Team:
England
Wins by Team Batting First:
16
Wins by Team Batting Second:
20
Most Prolific Batsman:
Andrew Strauss (399 Runs)
Highest Individual Score:
152 by Andrew Strauss
Most Prolific Bowler:
James Anderson (16 Wickets)
Best Bowling Analysis:
6/31 by Paul Collingwood
Matches Played:
11
Matches Tied:
0
No Result:
0
Most Successful Team:
Sri Lanka
Wins by Team Batting First:
6
Wins by Team Batting Second:
5
Most Prolific Batsman:
Tillakaratne Dilshan (175 Runs)
Highest Individual Score:
99 by Alex Hales
Most Prolific Bowler:
Ajantha Mendis (8 Wickets)
Best Bowling Analysis:
4/19 by Lendl Simmons

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