Cricket at Bristol County Grounds brings massive entertainment with domestic and international cricket. According to the England Cricket Fixture this summer County, Ground Bristol will host a number of the tournament. These tournaments include first-class, List A and domestic Twenty20 games. In the first-class cricket Specsavers County Championship and Royal One-Day Cup for List A cricket.
Every tournament bringing joys to cricket fans because they are eagerly waiting to see their favorite stars in front of them. A number of great players from the domestic cricket structure will take part during cricket summer 2020. Bristol County Ground belongs to Gloucestershire as their home-ground. Gloucestershire will play all of their first-class, List A and Vitality Blat match at their home ground.
The opening game of this cricket summer 2020 will commence between Gloucestershire and Cardiff Marylebone Cricket Club. Gloucestershire will commence their first-class cricket season with their opening game against Lancashire from April 19. April and May will bring first-class cricket to fans as Gloucestershire will face Lancashire, Somerset, Surrey, and Glamorgan.
- The Women’s Hundred
- Royal One-Day Cup 2020
- Marylebone University Match
- Australia Tour of England 2020
- Natwest T20 Blast/Vitality Blast
- Specsavers County Championship
English County Championship season will begin on 3rd June with the opening game against Glamorgan. A total number of five games scheduled for Gloucestershire for the season. After finishing Vitality Blast, Bristol County Ground will host 3rd ODI – England v Australia as a result of the Australia Tour of England 2020. According to the England Cricket Fixture 2020, the only international matches against Australia scheduled on July 16.
According to the England Cricket Schedule 2020, five Royal One-Day Cup, List A matches scheduled at the Bristol County Ground. The ground will host “The Women’s Hundred” between Welsh Fire Women v Manchester Originals Women on August 8. Although Pakistan and West Indies will tour England for three Twenty20’s and a single Test match, Bristol County Ground won’t host them.
|Apr 2 - Apr 4||Gloucestershire v Cardiff MCCU||MCC University Matches|
|Apr 19 - Apr 22||Gloucestershire v Lancashire||Specsavers County Championship|
|May 1 - May 4||Gloucestershire v Somerset||Specsavers County Championship|
|May 22 -May 25||Gloucestershire v Surrey||Specsavers County Championship|
|Jun 3 (20 ovs)||Gloucestershire v Glamorgan||Vitality Blast|
|Jun 10 (20 ovs)||Gloucestershire v Surrey||Vitality Blast|
|Jun 12 (20 ovs)||Gloucestershire v Middlesex||Vitality Blast|
|Jun 20 (20 ovs)||Gloucestershire v Hampshire||Vitality Blast|
|Jul 12 (20 ovs)||Gloucestershire v Somerset||Vitality Blast|
|Jul 16 (50 ovs)||3rd ODI - England v Australia||ODI Series|
|Jul 24 (50 ovs)||Gloucestershire v Essex||Royal London One-Day Cup|
|Jul 26 (50 ovs)||Gloucestershire v Lancashire||Royal London One-Day Cup|
|Jul 30 (50 ovs)||Welsh Fire Women v Northern Superchargers Women||Royal London One-Day Cup|
|Aug 2 (50 ovs)||Gloucestershire v Hampshire||Royal London One-Day Cup|
|Aug 4 (50 ovs)||Gloucestershire v Worcestershire||Royal London One-Day Cup|
|Aug 8 (20 ovs)||Welsh Fire Women v Manchester Originals Women||The Women's Hundred|
|Sep 8 - Sep 11||Gloucestershire v Warwickshire||Specsavers County Championship|
|Sep 22 - Sep 25||Gloucestershire v Northamptonshire||Specsavers County Championship|