County Ground, Bristol

Bristol hosts ODIs against both Ireland and West Indies this season.

Established: 1889
Home team: Gloucestershire
Capacity: 15,000 (for internationals)
End names: Pavilion End, Ashley Down Road End

The historic County Ground in Bristol first hosted one-day internationals during the 1983 World Cup, and was used again for the 1999 tournament. England first played an ODI on the ground two years later, going down by five wickets against Australia.

This year the ground once owned by WG Grace - spectators still enter the ground via the Grace Gates - hosts the first England game of the summer, an ODI against Ireland, and another 50-over clash against West Indies in September.