England generally do well at a ground that has at last been modernised.
Remember KP doing KP things to Australia here? Fourteen years ago, that. Christ.
Five World Cup group games on the south coast, including England v West Indies.
Lovely, pretty, little Trent Bridge. Soon to host the first 500 total in ODIs.
The World Cup kicks off with England v South Africa at The Oval.
England v Australia is just one World Cup highlight at Lord's, which also hosts the final.
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