JAMAICA: SABINA PARK
Construction delays dogged the refurbishment of Sabina Park.
The 23,000-seater venue will play host to the opening match of the tournament and one of the semi-finals.
It first hosted Test cricket in 1930 and is located between the Blue Mountains in the north and Kingston Harbour to the south of the capital.
The pitch, like many in the Caribbean, has become more docile than in previous years and scoring will not be easy, as India and West Indies found last year.
Hosts West Indies, Pakistan, Zimbabwe and Ireland play their group D matches here.
Local hero: George Headley, after whom one of the stands is named, played only 22 Tests between 1930 and 1954 but made a lasting impression with his superb timing of the ball.
Two pacemen also deserve mention: Michael Holding, one of the fastest ever, and Courtney Walsh, one of the most prolific.