Bristol County Ground, Brought by former English cricketer WG Grace in 1889, Traditionally, the wicket at the County Ground assists spinners. Bristol County Ground is host to county side Gloucestershire for the past 130 years. Those three fixtures will double the number of Men’s World Cup games the ground has held, following one in 1983 and two in 1999. The 8,000-capacity venue hosted its first One-Day International in the Prudential World Cup on June 13, 1983, which New Zealand won against Sri Lanka by five wickets.
In the last ODI played at the ground, England thrashed the West Indies by 124 runs on September 24, 2017. Also known as Nevil Road or The Brightside Ground, the Bristol City Ground has boasted several names over the years. It reserves a capacity of 8,000 for county matches, but is capable of housing 17,500 spectators during international matches. The ground has long boundaries in comparison to most county cricket clubs. It hosts three matches.