ODI Statistics at Brabourne, Mumbai

Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai hosted its first ODI in 1989 between Australia and Pakistan. Since then it has hosted 7 more ODIs and only one of them involve India. The last ODI was played here in 2006 between Australia and West Indies.

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Team Statitists

    West Indies has played maximum 4 matches here.
    Australia and New Zealand have played 3 matches each.
    South Africa and Sri Lanka have played 2 matches each.
    Pakistan and India have played 1 match each.
    India and Pakistan have won their only match played here.
    Sri Lanka has won both its matches.
    Australia, South Africa, New Zealand and West Indies have won a match each here.

Biggest Victories

    9 wkts Sri Lanka def West Indies, 2006
    87 runs New Zealand def South Africa, 2006

Narrowest Victories

    6 wickets India def New Zealand, 1995
    10 runs West Indies def Australia, 2006

Highest Totals
West Indies is the only team to have scored less than 100 on this ground. Sri Lanka bowled them out on 80 runs in 2006. None of the teams have crossed 250 runs on this low scoring ground.

    234/6 WI vs Aus, 2006
    224/9 Aus vs WI, 2006

Most Wickets
On the bowler’s paradise, many bowlers have bowled maiden overs with Alderman of Australia bowling 3 maidens in 1 match, while Vaas of Sri Lanka and McGrath of Australia bowled 3 maidesn in 2 matches.

    7 wkts Maharoof (SL) in 2 matches
    5 each by J Patel (NZ), Bracken (Aus), and Jerome Taylor (WI)

Most Runs
None of the bowlers have scored a century and only 8 half-centuries have been scored here. 93 by Lara (WI) is the highest individual score on this ground.

    97 Fleming (NZ) in 3 innings
    94 Gilchrist (Aus) in 2 innings
    93 Lara (WI) in 4 innings

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