Narendra Modi Stadium sets new records as India prepares to face Australia

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Here are the Narendra Modi Stadium records ahead of the final between India and Australia of the ODI World Cup 2023.
Narendra Modi Stadium is set to witness the new ODI World Cup Champion as India will lock horns with Australia in the final on November 19, Sunday. The World’s largest cricket stadium will be filled with a crowd with the echo of “India-India” in every stand. Ahead of the greatest encounter IND vs AUS, here are the Narendra Modi Stadium records.

Narendra Modi Stadium Records in ODI

Over a 39-year period (1984–2023), 30 matches have been held at the Narendra Modi Stadium. The first-inning average in these games is 243.

Despite 242 runs being seen as a low score, sides batting first have won 15 matches while same stats for team batting second. However, the team who wins the toss have more chances of winning the match as 56.67% team comes victorious if they win the toss.

The highest score posted here is 365/2 by South Africa back in 2010 against India. Conversely, the lowest total posted here is 85 by Zimbabwe in 2006 against the West Indies.

The best individual batting score made here is 152* runs by Devon Conway in the last match played here. Similarly, the best bowling figures recorded here are 9-3-12-4 by Prasidh Krishna in 2022.

The highest successful run chase here came in 2002, when India chased a target of 325 runs with 5 wickets in hand and 14 balls to spare. Conversely, the lowest score defended here was 196 by the West Indies in 1998 against India.

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India’s record at Narendra Modi Stadium

India has played just 19 matches that have been played in Ahmedabad and has a 11-8 win/loss record.

IND vs AUS, 2011 QF in Ahmedabad

The Men in Blue have played three ODI World Cup matches in Ahmedabad, having won all.

Australia’s record at Narendra Modi Stadium

Aussies have played six matches in Ahmedabad and won four while they faced defeat in two games.

India and Australia have faced each other at the Narendra Modi stadium in three games. Men in Blue have a edge against Australia as they have won two games and Australia have only one victory in this venue.

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