Headingley, Leeds

Headingley has undergone significant changes in recent years, and hosts an ODI and a Test match this year.

Established: 1890
Home team: Yorkshire
Capacity: 20,000
End names: Football Stand End, Kirkstall Lane/Pavilion End

Headingley has undergone significant changes in recent years. The striking new pavilion means the cricketers no longer share the changing facilities with the rugby ground that backs on to the cricket ground - in a unique dual-purpose stadium layout - and the cricket stadium now has permanent floodlights.

Headingley can usually be relied on for a result, with conditions notoriously bowler-friendly when cloud cover rolls in. Both England and New Zealand's attacks should find things to their liking in Leeds.

In 1981, Ian Botham and Bob Willis combined to see England to an astonishing Ashes victory after being forced to follow on by the Australians, as the home side went on to win the urn in a series known ever after as Botham's Ashes.