Pitch Report: 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup – Old Trafford, Manchester

Pitch Report
Old Trafford general view generic 2017 PA

Old Trafford: Overview

Established: 1857
Capacity: 25000
Floodlights: Yes
Ends: Brian Statham End, James Anderson End
Home Teams: Lancashire, England

2019 Cricket World Cup fixtures/results:
June 16, 1030 BST/1500 IST: India bt Pakistan
June 18, 1030 BST/1500 IST: England bt Afghanistan
June 22, 1330 BST/1800 IST: New Zealand bt West Indies
June 27, 1030 BST/1500 IST: India bt West Indies
July 6, 1330 BST/1800 IST: South Africa bt Australia
July 9, 1030 BST/1500 IST: First semi-final: India v New Zealand – India 1/3, New Zealand 9/4

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Old Trafford: ODI statistics

Matches: 51
Won batting first: 23 (45%)
Won batting second: 27 (55%)
No result/abandoned: 1

Won toss: W22 L28 NR1
Won toss, batted: W13 L18
Won toss, fielded: W9 L10 NR1

Highest total: England 397/6 (50/50 overs) v Afghanistan, June 18 2019
Lowest total: Canada 45 (40.3/60 overs) v England, July 20 1979

300+ totals: 7

Runs per over: 4.50
Runs per wicket: 28.92


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Old Trafford: Last 10 ODIs

July 6 2019: South Africa (325/6, 50/50 overs) beat Australia (315, 49.5/50 overs) by 10 runs
June 29 2019: India (268/7, 50/50 overs) beat West Indies (143, 34.2/50 overs) by 125 runs
June 22 2019: New Zealand (291/8, 50/50 overs) beat West Indies (286, 49/50 overs) by five runs
June 18 2019: England (397/6, 50/50 overs) beat Afghanistan (247/8, 50/50 overs) by 150 runs
June 16 2019: India 336/5 (50/50 overs) beat Pakistan (212/6, 40/40 overs, target: 302) by 89 runs (DLS method)
June 24 2018: England (208/9, 48.3/50 overs) bt Australia (205, 34.4/50 overs) by one wicket
Sept 19 2017: England (210/3, 30.5/42 overs) bt West Indies (204/9, 42/42 overs) by seven wickets
Sept 13 2015: Australia (140/2, 24.2/50 overs) bt England (138, 33/50 overs) by eight wickets
Sept 8 2015: England (300/8, 50/50 overs) bt Australia (207, 44/50 overs) by 93 runs
May 28 2014: England (70/0, 12.1/50 overs) bt Sri Lanka (67, 24/50 overs) by 10 wickets

Old Trafford: ODI record by country

England: P39 W26 L12 NR1
Australia: P15 W7 L8
India: P10 W5 L5
West Indies: P4 L3 T1
New Zealand: P7 W2 L4 NR1
South Africa: P4 W3 L1
Afghanistan: P1 L1
Pakistan: P9 W2 L7

Old Trafford: Individual ODI stats

Centuries: 18
Five-wicket hauls: 5

High scores:
189* (170), Viv Richards (West Indies) v England, May 31 1984
148 (71), Eoin Morgan (England) v Afghanistan, June 18 2019
148 (154), Kane Williamson (New Zealand) v West Indies, June 22 2019
142* (172), Bill Athey (England) v New Zealand, July 18 1986
140 (113), Rohit Sharma (India) v Pakistan, June 16 2019
122 (117), David Warner (Australia) v South Africa, July 6 2019
118 (137), Ali Brown (England) v India, May 26 1996
117* (140), Clive Radley (England) v New Zealand, July 17 1978
114* (177), Glenn Turner (New Zealand) v India, June 14 1975
113* (148), Saeed Anwar (Pakistan) v New Zealand, June 16 1999
110* (122), Jos Buttler (England) v Australia, June 24 2018
105 (102), Michael Clarke (Australia) v England, Sept 8 2013
103 (134), Dennis Amiss (England) v Australia, August 24 1972
101 (114), James Taylor (England) v Australia, Sept 8 2015
101 (82), Carlos Brathwiate (West Indies) v New Zealand, June 22 2019
100* (97), Jonny Bairstow (England) v West Indies, Sept 19 2017
100 (83), Mahela Jayawardene (Sri Lanka) v England, June 28 2006
100 (94), Faf du Plessis (South Africa) v Australia, July 6 2019

Best bowling:
8.4-3-14-5, Glenn McGrath (Australia) v West Indies, May 30 1999
7.2-1-18-5, Andrew Symonds (Australia) v Bangladesh, June 25 2005
9.3-2-27-5, Venkatesh Prasad (India) v Pakistan, June 8 1999
8.0-0-29-5, Chris Jordan (England) v Sri Lanka, May 28 2014
10.0-0-42-5, Suraj Randiv (Sri Lanka) v England, July 9 2011

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