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Edgbaston, Birmingham

Edgbaston, Birmingham

india Updated: Jun 27, 2003 16:05 IST
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Name: Edgbaston Birmingham

known as: Edgbaston

Pitch type: Grass

Capacity: 17500

End names: City End, Pavilion End


Also known as the “home of cricket”, it was founded at its present venue in 1787 by Thomas Lord and is one of London’s most famous landmarks. Headquarters for Middlesex CCC, it staged the World Cup finals in 1975,
1979, 1983 and 1999.

India have played just one One-day International here, the opening match of the 1975 World Cup when they were thrashed by 202 runs by England. Sri Lanka have met England at Lord’s on three occasions, winning just once in 1998.

First Published: Jun 16, 2003 17:50 IST