India and England will play the third Test of the five-match series at Trent Bridge, Nottingham. The ground dates way, way back to the 1830s. One of the prettiest grounds in England, Trent Bridge has served as the home ground of Nottinghamshire, which means it has witnessed the rise of William Clarke and George Parr, Alfred Shaw and Arthur Shrewsbury, Harold Larwood and Bill Voce, Derek Randall and the father and son Broad. Overseas stars include five of the greatest all-rounders of all time, in Garry Sobers, Clive Rice, Richard Hadlee, Franklyn Stephenson, and Chris Cairns.

The nearby Trent Bridge Inn goes back to almost two centuries. It was owned by Mary Chapman, who married William Clarke, that outstanding cricketer and entrepreneur of the All England XI fame. Clarke laid out a ground next to the inn. The library is still run by — and named after — legendary cricket statistician and historian Peter Wynne-Thomas.

But that will be enough from our side. How well do you know Trent Bridge? Take the quiz and find out.

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