Warner Park profile
Warner Park hosted its first ODI and Test match in 2006 after becoming the first of the Caribbean’s seven new stadiums introduced ahead of the 2007 World Cup.
The stadium was largely funded by the Taiwanese government. It was built entirely by men and women from the St Kitts and Nevis region.
It’s capacity of 8,000 is relatively small compared to other international cricket grounds. For context, though, the island’s population is 35,000.
The east side doesn’t have any stands, which allows easterly winds to cool conditions. The cricket facility is neighboured by the football stadium to the west and tennis courts to the north in a multi-faceted Warner Park Sporting Complex in the West Indies.
What to look for when betting on matches at Warner Park
In T20I cricket, this ground is generally good to the team batting second. Most sides who have chased totals here have won. In ODI cricket, the same cannot be said. The intermediate format has seen more teams set a total and win. Three Tests have been played at Warner Park, but not one since 2011.
In the Caribbean Premier League, this ground has five of the highest team totals – including the second- and third-highest. It also has three of the 10 lowest totals in the history of the tournament, which makes for interesting variables in CPL betting.