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At Middlesex matches the Pavilion is open to members of the Middlesex County Club.

The earliest known match was MCC v Hertfordshire on 22 June 1814.The north-west side of the playing surface is 2.5 metres (8 ft 2 ins) higher than the south-east side.This slope causes appreciable deviation in bounce of the ball on the pitch, making it easier to move the ball in to right-handed batsmen when bowling from the Pavilion End, and easier to move it away when bowling from the Nursery End.The Lord's Taverners, a charitable group comprising cricketers and cricket-lovers, take their name from the old Tavern pub at Lord's, where the organisation's founders used to congregate.The pub no longer exists, and the Tavern Stand now stands on its former site.

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Lord's is widely referred to as the Home of Cricket Lord's today is not on its original site, being the third of three grounds that Lord established between 17.

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