Trent Bridge misses out on 2023 Ashes but bags one-day finals

By Network Front | The Guardian
2018.02.14. 18:09
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• ECB announces venues for internationals and T20 franchises• Nottinghamshire gets four Tests in five years from 2020 to 2024Trent Bridge will not host an Ashes Test in 2023 but the Nottinghamshire ground will host the finals of the Royal London One-Day Cup from 2020.The ECB on Wednesday announced its venues for major domestic and international matches from 2020 to 2024, including the 2023 Ashes, plus the “eight venues around which new partnerships would be formed and new teams created” for the forthcoming revamped T20 competition. Continue reading......



Network Front | The Guardian - Trent Bridge misses out on 2023 Ashes but bags one-day finals
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