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- n. Plural form of outground.
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The commitment to outgrounds is not as obvious elsewhere, with Gloucestershire abandoning Gloucester next summer and Essex ending links with Southend.
With the final home game against Hampshire next month switched to Merseyside because Old Trafford's realigned pitch will not be ready for four-day cricket, all Lancashire's eight home matches will be played on outgrounds.
After last week's debate on here about outgrounds it's interesting to note that half of this round's games are at festival venues: Surrey v Sussex is at Guildford, Glamorgan v