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'''Old Trafford Cricket Ground''' is an international [[cricket (sport)|cricket]] ground in [[Manchester]]. It was opened in 1857 by the old [[Manchester Cricket Club]] and became the home base of [[Lancashire (cricket)|Lancashire]] in 1864 after the county club was founded. It became a regular [[Test cricket|Test venue]] from 1884.
'''Old Trafford Cricket Ground''' is an international [[cricket (sport)|cricket]] ground in [[Manchester]]. It was opened in 1857 by the old [[Manchester Cricket Club]] and became the home base of [[Lancashire (cricket)|Lancashire]] in 1864 after the county club was founded. It became a regular [[Test cricket|Test venue]] from 1884.



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Old Trafford Cricket Ground is an international cricket ground in Manchester. It was opened in 1857 by the old Manchester Cricket Club and became the home base of Lancashire in 1864 after the county club was founded. It became a regular Test venue from 1884.

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