The historic Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) has been the venue for most famous matches. It has seen legends of the game plying their trade and entertaining millions of fans for over 150 years.
Now, SCG will get to host ICC World Cup 2015 matches again, as it did in 1992. There will be 5 games including one quarter-final and semi-final.
Here is your complete guide to SCG
Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) (Sydney) (All venues' guide)
With a culturally diverse population of 4.39 million people speaking 140 languages, Sydney is nestled around the world's largest natural harbour.
Set against a vibrant cityscape that features outstanding contemporary and colonial architecture, Sydney is home to a rich cultural life boasting myriad galleries and museums, a dynamic food scene, and a cosmopolitan shopping environment showcasing international and local design.
Steeped in sporting history, the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) has been providing a wealth of entertainment for over 150 years.
It is the home ground for the state cricket team, the New South Wales Blues, as well as the Big Bash franchise, the Sydney Sixers. The venue also hosted one of the semi-finals in the ICC Cricket World Cup 1992 between England and then first-timer, South Africa.
Almost every famous Australian cricketer has competed within the ground. As well as Test cricket, One Day International cricket, and Twenty20 cricket, the stadium also hosts Australian Rules Football, rugby league and rugby union.
The SCG is famous for its two historic stands which still stand today - the Members and Ladies stands.
SCG, 1 Moore Park Road, Moore Park, New South Wales 2021
Capacity for WC 2015 - 42,000
First Established/Built - 1848
1st ODI - Australia Vs England (January 13, 1979) No Result (rain)
Matches (All games start at 9 AM IST)
27 February - South Africa Vs West Indies (Pool B)
8 March - Australia Vs Sri Lanka (Pool A)
13 March - England Vs Afghanistan (Pool A)
18 March - Quarter-final 1
26 March - Semi-final 2