St George's, Port Elizabeth
End Names: Duckpond End, Park Drive End
Previously known as both Crusaders Ground and the Sahara Oval, the ground has been renamed Axxess DSL St Georges in a sponsorship deal with Eastern Province, the host association.
Staged the first Test to be played outside England or Australia in 1888-89 (England winning by eight wickets) and in 1969-70 hosted the final Test (against Australia) before South Africa's 21-year isolation from international cricket.
Underwent a substantial R11 million improvement programme for the 2003 World Cup - hosting the semi-final and five matches overall including Australia’s last over win over England by two wickets.
Andrew Strauss made a century on this ground in England’s victory in the first Test in 2004-05 but it was his counterpart Graeme Smith’s ton which proved decisive in the ODI between the two teams on the same tour – with the hosts winning by three wickets.