Trent Bridge is a cricket ground mostly used for Test, One-Day International and county cricket located in West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, England, just across the River Trent from the city of Nottingham. Trent Bridge is also the headquarters of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Trent Bridge profile on Cricinfo – includes statistics, profile, photos, and articles about the cricket ground. Last Test: England v India – Aug 18-22, 2018 Last ODI: England v India – Jul 12, 2018 First Test: England v Australia – Jun 1-3, 1899 Last T20I: England v West Indies – Jun 24, Trent Bridge was first used as a cricket ground in the 1830s. The first recorded cricket match was held on an area of ground behind the Trent Bridge Inn in 1838.[1] Trent Bridge hosted its first Test match in 1899, with England playing against Australia. The ground was first opened in 1841 by William Clarke, husband of the proprietress of the Trent Bridge Inn[1] and himself Captain of the All England Cricket Team. He was commemorated in 1990 by the opening of the new William Clarke Stand which incorporates the Rushcliffe Suite. The West Park Sports Ground in West Bridgford was the private ground of Sir Julien Cahn, a furniture millionaire, who often played host to touring national sides.Test matches held at Trent Bridge, the highest team total is 658 for 8 declared, scored by England against Australia in 1938. The lowest team total is 60, scored by Australia against England in 2015, and Stuart Broad also took 8-15 for England against Australia during the same match, in just one innings, as he did not bowl in the second innings. Denis Compton scored 278 against Pakistan in 1954. Sachin Tendulkar also passed the 11,000 run mark in the npower 2nd Test on Trent Bridge on July 2007.[9] In 2013, Ashton Agar achieved the highest test score by a no. 11 batsman whilst on debut for Australia. Stuart Broad got his 300th test wicket and James Anderson got his 300th home wicket at Trent Bridge. Broad got his during the 8-15 innings, on his first wicket against Chris Rogers. Anderson got his 300th home wicket against South Africa against Dean Elgar on 14 July 2017. In Tests, the leading run scorers here are Mike Atherton- 1083 runs, Denis Compton- 955 runs and Graham Gooch- 936 runs. The leading wicket takers are James Anderson- 60 wickets, Alec Bedser- 41 wickets, and Stuart Broad- 37 wickets.#tourism#tour#worldtour #bestplace#nature#beauty enjoy#experience#history

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