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HindustanTimes Thu,18 Sep 2014

Holkar Cricket Stadium

(Indore,India)
Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore
Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore
Holkar Cricket Stadium located in Indore, Madhya Pradesh was earlier named Maharani Usharaje Trust Cricket Ground, before Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association renamed it in 2010.The stadium has hosted two One Day Internationals, both of which between India and England. The first was staged on 15 April 2006, India successfully chasing 289 to complete a 5-1 series win in what was a dead rubber. Its second international match came two and a half years later when England next toured, India again winning. The ground also stages the majority of Madhya Pradesh's home matches in the Ranji Trophy. The ground will be making it’s IPL debut when the Kochi Tuskers Kerala play two of their home games here in the 2011 edition.

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City Indore
Stadium Ends End 1 and End 2
Capacity 0
Established 0
First Match April 15, 2006 - India beat England by 7 wickets
Last Match December 08, 2011 - India beat West Indies by 153 runs
Matches 3
Home Team Wins 3
Away Team Wins 0
Neutral Team Wins 0
Matches Tied 0
No Result 0
Most Successful Team India - 3 wins
Highest Innings Score 418/5 by India on December 08, 2011 - India beat West Indies by 153 runs
Lowest Innings Score 238/10 by England on November 17, 2008 - India beat England by 54 runs
Wins Batting First 2
Wins Batting Second 1
Average Innings Score 298
Most Prolific Batsman Virender Sehwag (220 runs)
Highest Individual Score 219 by Virender Sehwag v West Indies on December 08, 2011 - India beat West Indies by 153 runs
Most Successful Bowler Sreesanth (6 wickets)
Best Bowling Analysis 6/55 by Sreesanth v England on April 15, 2006 - India beat England by 7 wickets

Last Five Matches
India v West Indies on December 08, 2011 - India beat West Indies by 153 runs
India v England on November 17, 2008 - India beat England by 54 runs
India v England on April 15, 2006 - India beat England by 7 wickets

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