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#17192
Agreed davee.

Old Trafford (Lancs) have been yoyoing between D1 and D2 for years now and that looks as though it may continue.

And if Lancs aren't relegated it will be Edgbaston (Warwickshire) or Ageas Bowl (Hampshire) joining Trent Bridge (Notts) in the relegation spots. 

The Oval (Surrey) have had their fair share of seasons in D2, recently anyway

Headingley (Yorks) and Lords (Middx) seem to do OK, although of course Middx don't own Lords. 
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