Grounds/venues play an important role in the cricketing set-up. Not only do they have a historical perspective but also have their charisma and panache. We love everything about our favourite game and the grounds are no different. Cricket is a religion and the grounds/venues are the places of worship.
England is the traditional home of cricket. English grounds have a unique blend of modernity and history. Be it a century old stand or the latest, state of the art media centre at Lords. Be it a tree, that was present at the centre of the playing area for many years or the slop at Lords; 'Be British' has certainly been followed by English cricket grounds. The ICC T20 world cup would thus be held at some of these remarkable venues.
The MCG, SCG, Lords, Eden Gardens, Mohali, Chinaswamy Stadium, Antigua recreation ground etc� are as important to the great game as Sachin Tendulkar, Brian Lara , MS Dhoni, Saurav Ganguly and other great players.
Get a glimpse of all the venues of T20 World Cup 2009 in England.