TRINIDAD: QUEEN'S PARK OVAL
Queen's Park Oval will be one of the largest venues used for the event and has hosted more international cricket than any other Caribbean ground.
The picturesque stadium, with the northern hills as a backdrop, is being renovated for the group games there.
High scores have not been common in one-dayers, and there have been some dramatic Test matches played.
England were skittled for 46 chasing 194 in 1994, while in 1976 India scored 406-4 in the fourth innings to win.
The Group B matches involving Sri Lanka, India, Bangladesh and Bermuda will be played here.
Local hero: No-one has done more to put Trinidad on the sporting map than Brian Charles Lara, with his 12,000 Test and 10,000 one-day international runs.
Sadly for the locals, the Windies will not be playing any games in Port of Spain in his last tournament.