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HindustanTimes Fri,24 Oct 2014

Barabati Stadium

(Cuttack,India)
Barabati Stadium, Cuttack
Barabati Stadium, Cuttack
The Barabati Stadium is a cricket venue in the east Indian city of Cuttack, Orissa. It is home ground of Orissa cricket team and is operated by Orissa Cricket Association. The Barabati Stadium is one of the older grounds in India, having hosted several touring sides – including the MCC, the West Indies team and the Australians - before it hosted its first international match. The Barabati Stadium in Cuttack hosted only the third One Day International in this country, in January 1982, when India put it across England by five wickets to lift the series 2-1. In the first Test match here five seasons later, the Sri Lankans were greeted with an underprepared wicket. Dilip Vengsarkar made his highest Test score of 166, his fourth century in eight Tests, when no other batsman on either side crossed 60. Kapil Dev bagged his 300th Test victim, bowling Rumesh Ratnayake of Sri Lanka.

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City Cuttack
Stadium Ends Mahal River End and Pavilion End
Capacity 60000
Established 1975
First Match January 27, 1982 - India beat England by 5 wickets
Last Match November 29, 2011 - India beat West Indies by 1 wicket
Matches 16
Home Team Wins 10
Away Team Wins 4
Neutral Team Wins 2
Matches Tied 0
No Result 0
Most Successful Team India - 10 wins
Highest Innings Score 301/3 by India on April 09, 1998 - India beat Zimbabwe by 32 runs
Lowest Innings Score 5
Wins Batting First 11
Wins Batting Second 224
Average Innings Score Sachin Tendulkar (469 runs)
Most Prolific Batsman 153* by Mohammad Azharuddin v Zimbabwe on April 09, 1998 - India beat Zimbabwe by 32 runs
Highest Individual Score Anil Kumble (7 wickets)
Most Successful Bowler 4/27 by Daren Powell v India on January 24, 2007 - India beat West Indies by 20 runs

Last Five Matches
India v West Indies on November 29, 2011 - India beat West Indies by 1 wicket
India v Sri Lanka on December 21, 2009 - India beat Sri Lanka by 7 wickets
India v England on November 26, 2008 - India beat England by 6 wickets
India v West Indies on January 24, 2007 - India beat West Indies by 20 runs
India v New Zealand on November 06, 2003 - New Zealand beat India by 4 wickets

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