The Grounds

From Edinburgh to Hove, and Dublin to Cardiff, the 1999 Cricket World Cup gives fans across the British Isles the chance to check out the action.

With 21 separate venues in five countries being used for the 42 matches, the tournament is a cosmopolitan affair.

All 18 County Championship grounds get to stage a game in the first round of the competition.

England’s six Test venues – Lord’s, The Oval, Headingley, Old Trafford, Edgbaston and Trent Bridge – will then host the matches in the “Super Six” and knock-out stages before the final at Lord’s on June 20.

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