Grounds

Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali

Country
India
Ends
Pavilion End and City End
City
Mohali
Capacity
30000
Established
1993
Floodit
no

One of the finest grounds in India, the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium at Mohali set the standards when it came to facilities for players and spectators alike, since its establishment in 1993. With a swimming pool, good practice wickets, tennis courts, an in-house gymnasium and good dressing room facilities, this is one stadium cricketers wouldn’t want to miss. Not the traditional Indian venue, this ground has generally had sporting pitches, with lots of assistance for seam bowlers. Known as one of the liveliest surfaces in the country, it later changed its nature and began producing high-scoring draws. However, the most memorable incident on this ground has been the semi-final clash between Australia and West Indies in the 1996 World Cup. It is now home to the IPL franchise, Kings XI Punjab.

VENUE TRACKER

Sachin Tendulkar
767
Runs
Anil Kumble
36
Wickets
630/6
by New Zealand on October 16, 2003 - India drew with New Zealand
83/10
by India on October 10, 1999 - India drew with New Zealand
187
by Shikhar Dhawan v Australia on March 14, 2013 - India beat Australia by 6 wickets
6/27
by Dion Nash v India on October 10, 1999 - India drew with New Zealand
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