Sardar Patel Stadium Motera Ahmedabad or Motera Stadium ODI Records Profile Statistics and history

World cup Cricket 2011 second quarter final India Vs Australia match is going to held at Sardar Patel Stadium Motera Ahmedabad or Motera Stadium. Read more about the ODI Records and Statistics of Motera Stadium in Gujrat. We also provide here Pitch condition, Pitch report, history and profile of this Sardar Patel Stadium.

Sardar Patel Stadium Motera a complete Profile History Records and Statistics

Gujarat Cricket Association, Sardar Patel Stadium,
Near Sports Club of Gujarat Ltd, Navarangpura
Ahmedabad - 380014
Phone No. 079 - 26443787/26565391

Motera Stadium view

Sardar Patel Stadium is Also known as Motera Stadum and formerly known as Gujarat Stadium. This Gujarat Sardar Patel Stadium was established in 1982 with Capacity of 48,000 and FloodLight fecilities. The end Name of Motera Stadium is Adani Pavilion End, GMDC End.

Today Pitch Report and Pitch condition on Motera Stadium or Sardar Patel Stadium

Today pitch report or pitch condition of Motera Stadium says that the Sardar Patel stadium pitch willnot help more either batsmen or bowlers. The Motera or Sardar Patel Stadium Pitch condition is normally a slow track, So it is not good enough to play and score a high total and also will not assist bowlers to bowl promptly and to keep consistancy. Read more about the pitch report and pitch Conditions of Motera Stadium or Sardar Patel Stadium Gujrat.
Motera or Sardar Patel Stadium today Pitch report or pitch conditions

Records and statistics of Sardar Patel Stadium or Motera Stadium

First Test- India v West Indies, 12-16, Nov 1983
Last Test- India v Sri Lanka, 16-20, Nov 2009

First ODI- India v Australia, 05-Oct-1984
Last ODI- New Zealand v Zimbabwe, 04-Mar-2011

Next Match- ICC World Cup 2011- 2nd Quarter Final - India v Australia

Ahmedabad Sardar Patel Stadium or Motera Stadium ODI Match One Day International Records

• Highest Total: South Africa's 365/2 in the third ODI at Ahmedabad Sardar Patel Stadium or Motera Stadium is their highest total ever against India in one-day internationals.
• Lowest total: Zimbabwe 85 - Zimbabwe v West Indies, 1st innings, 8 Oct 2006
• Highest individual score: Sourav Ganguly 144 (Balls:152 4x8 6x6) - India v Zimbabwe, 5 Dec 2000
• Best bowling: Mitchell Johnson 4/19 (9.2 overs) - Australia v Zimbabwe, 21 Feb 2011
• Most runs: Rahul Dravid (India) 342 Runs (Mat:5 Inn:5 HS:109* Ave:114.00 SR:83.00 100x2 50x1)
• Most wickets: Kapil Dev (India) 10 Wickets (Mat:6 Runs:156 Best:3/26 Ave:15.60 Econ:3.04)

Sardar Patel Stadium Current stands are as follow

Sardar Patel Stadium Current End

• GMDC Upper and Lower Stands - Public seating
• East Upper and Lower Pavilion - Public seating
• Adani Lower Pavilion - Players dressing room, corporate boxes and public reserved seating
• Adani Upper Pavilion - Public seating
• Club Pavilion - Members seating
• West Pavilion - Public seating

Sardar Patel Stadium Test Match Records

• Highest innings total: Sri Lanka 760/7d - India v Sri Lanka, 2nd innings, 16 Nov 2009
• Lowest innings total: India 76 - India v South Africa, 1 innings, 3 Apr 2008
• Highest individual score: Mahela Jayawardene 275 (Balls:435 4x27 6x1) - Sri Lanka v India, 16 Nov 2009
• Best bowling:
(in an innings) Kapil Dev 83/9 - India v West Indies, 12 Nov 1983
(in a match) Venkatapathy Raju 125/11 - India v Sri Lanka, 8 Feb 1994
• Most runs: Rahul Dravid (India) 771 Runs (Mat:7 Inn:14 HS:222 Ave:59.30 SR:49.10 100x3 50x1)
• Most wickets: Anil Kumble (India) 36 Wickets (Mat:7 Runs:964 BBI:7/115 BBM:10/233 Ave:26.77 Econ:2.29 SR:70.1 5W/I:3 10W/M:1)

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