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What is the name of the famous cricket grounds in Brisbane and Sydney where the Ashes will be played out?

Answer: OK, bizarre choices as it could be either: -
Brisbane & Sydney Cricket Grounds or The Gabba and Sydney Cricket Ground
Brisbanes cricket ground is known as The Gabba and Sydneys as th SCG, but Brisbanes is officially "Brisbane Cricket Ground". I do wish they'd think these things through when posting the choices. However I think the answer they are actually after is: -
The Gabba and Sydney Cricket Ground (because it's situated in Woolloongabba, Brisbane from where it takes it's more common name, the Gabba)
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Direct from the ecb's website.
England in Australia, 2010-11 schedule

Nov 5-7: v Western Australia, WACA, Perth
Nov 11-13: v South Australia, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
Nov 17-20: v Australia A, Bellerive Oval, Hobart
[COLOR=Red]Nov 25-29: 1st Ashes Test v Australia, Gabba, Brisbane
[/COLOR]Dec 3-7: 2nd Ashes Test v Australia, Adelaide
Dec 10-12: v Victoria, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
Dec 16-20: 3rd Ashes Test v Australia, Perth
Dec 26-30: 4th Ashes Test v Australia, Melbourne
[COLOR=Red]Jan 3-7: 5th Ashes Test v Australia, Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney[/COLOR]
Jan 10: v Prime Minister’s XI, Manuka Oval, Canberra
Jan 12: 1st T20 v Australia, Adelaide
Jan 14: 2nd T20 v Australia, Melbourne
Jan 16: 1st ODI v Australia, Melbourne
Jan 21: 2nd ODI v Australia, Hobart
Jan 23: 3rd ODI v Australia, Sydney
Jan 26: 4th ODI v Australia, Adelaide
Jan 30: 5th ODI v Australia, Brisbane
Feb 2: 6th ODI v Australia, Sydney
Feb 6: 7th ODI v Australia, Perth

I'd go with AndyWedge's suggestion.
Thanks! :thumbsup:
Cheers Andy:thumbsup:
Entered, http://img126.imageshack.us/img126/8896/thankyoulovehearts.gif

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