Considered one of the best grounds in the world to watch cricket, Trent Bridge is the world's third oldest major cricket ground. With a capacity of over 17,000 there will be large crowds turning out between 6-10 August to watch the Fourth Test of the 2015 Ashes Series.
England and Australia last met here in 2013 where England won by 14 runs in the opening Ashes Test.
The weather has a huge impact on cricket. To learn more, look out for our weather infographics and keep an eye on the forecast below to see how play may be affected.
30.6 °C is the highest recorded temperature at Trent Bridge during an Ashes series, this was during the fifth test of the 1997 series. The wettest day at Trent Bridge was during the opening test match of the 1930 series, when 17 mm of rain fell.
Visit our YouTube Channel to watch the latest forecast for the fourth Ashes test match at the Trent Bridge Cricket Ground, and keep an eye on the forecast below to see how play may be affected.
6 - 10 August - Check the weather forecast for Trent Bridge Cricket Ground before heading to Nottingham for the Fourth Test of the 2015 Ashes Series.
An up-scaled version of the Ashes urn has been produced in Waterford crystal, and since the 1998-99 series it has been used as the official trophy of the Ashes series. Standing 16 inches tall, the crystal trophy is nearly four times the size of the 11cm high terracotta urn originally presented to Ivo Bligh by a group of Melbourne ladies during the 1882-83 Ashes test.
For more information about Trent Bridge Cricket Ground, visit the official Trent Bridge website.