2019 has long been touted as the ‘biggest year’ for international cricket in England, and Emerald Headingley will be at the forefront of this.

Hosting a plethora of high-profile fixtures, including an Ashes Test match and four ICC Cricket World Cup games, the famous old ground has somewhat of a new look. The brand-new, state-of-the-art, Emerald Stand will be open for the first time as England take on Pakistan in the Fifth Royal London One-Day International on Sunday 19th May.

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