Archive for the ‘Venues’ Category

Chepauk Stadium: One of the Most Successful Test Venues for India


MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai is one of the most successful test venues for India. India has already won 13 tests here that is the joint highest for India. In the 31 tests played against 6 test countries, India has won more than double of what it lost besides the historic tie test. Check the […]

SCG: With Only 4 Wins in 18 ODIs, One of the Worst Venues for India

India has lost 13 of the 18 matches it has played at Sydney, with one providing no result. Starting from 1980, till the semifinal of 2015 World Cup, India has managed only one win against the hosts in 15 matches, but against other countries they have won all the matches. They have played two World […]

Melbourne Cricket Ground: The Audi of Shastri and the World Cup Wins Make It Indian Favorite


Melbourne Cricket Ground would always remind Indians of the Audi car earned by Ravi Shastri as player of the series award as then World Cup Champion India stamped its authority winning the Benson and Hedges multi-nation 1986 tournament final at MCG. India has won 10 of the 20 games they played here, and also led […]

Ind vs Aus 2nd ODI: India Ruled Brisbane Once, Humbled Later

Indian ODI at Brisbane Cricket Ground

With 9 losses in 15 appearances, Brisbane does not have a pleasant memory for Indians, but the rare Commonwealth Bank Triangular Series trophy won here in 2008 defeating Australia is certainly a confidence booster for generations. From that tournament winning team, Indians still have Captain Dhoni and first match centurion Rohit Sharma. Meanwhile before Indian […]

Indian Venue Motera Ahmedabad Bids Goodbye


Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad is getting demolished, to make way for a new stadium with better facilities for all. The ground has seen Indian legends Gavaskar and Kapil Dev create World records, besides India winning the World Cup quarterfinal against Aussies and then defeating Pakistan in T20I. Here is a summary of some of […]

Records at Indian Cricket Venue: Ranchi

Ranchi stadium

HEC International Stadium, Ranchi is one of the youngest international venues in World Cricket. Since its adoption as international venue from January, 2013 two ODIs have been scheduled here. India won the first one while the other one was washed off as India started to chase. After Jamshedpur, it is the second city to have […]

ODI Record at Feroz Shah Kotla Ground

Feroz Shah Kotla Ground has hosted 22 ODIs, 19 for India since Sept 15, 1982 when it first hosted Sri lanka. India has won 12 of them including the last three ODIs played at the ground, and lost 7. West Indies has played 4 ODIs here, winning one against India in 1989 and losing one […]

Indian Cricket Ground: Mohali Stadium Test Record

Located at Mohali in Chandigarh, the stadium was given Test status in 1994. Till 2010 the stadium has hosted 10 test matches and produced 5 results. India has won 4 of them after losing the first test against West Indies.

Indian Cricket Ground: Bengaluru Chinnaswamy Stadium

Located in the capital Bengaluru of the Karnataka state, M Chinnaswamy stadium was given Test status in 1974. Located in the heart of the Garden and IT City Bengaluru, the stadium can host 40,000 people. 13 of the 22 tests have produced result, with host India winning 7 and losing 6. Check the statistics of […]

Indian Cricket Stadium: Hyderabad Uppal Stadium

Hyderabad Uppal Stadium is the second International stadium of Hyderabad. Inaugurated as replacement of Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium in Hyderabad, the stadium has hosted only one Test match besides 4 ODIs, and being the host ground of Deccan Chargers.

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