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HindustanTimes Thu,17 Apr 2014

Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium

(Hyderabad,India)
Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad
Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad
Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium is the principal cricket stadium in Hyderabad, India and is the home ground of the Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA). It is located in Uppal, an eastern suburb of the city. It has a capacity of 55,000 spectators presently and extends across 16 acres (65,000 m2) of land. The ends are named Pavilion End and North End. The jinx about this stadium is that the home team has never won a match here. The Deccan Chargers shall be playing all their home games at the venue.

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City Hyderabad
Stadium Ends Pavilion End and North End
Capacity 55000
Established 2004
First Match November 16, 2005 - South Africa beat India by 5 wickets
Last Match October 14, 2011 - India beat England by 126 runs
Matches 4
Home Team Wins 1
Away Team Wins 3
Neutral Team Wins 0
Matches Tied 0
No Result 0
Most Successful Team Australia - 2 wins
Highest Innings Score 350/4 by Australia on November 05, 2009 - Australia beat India by 3 runs
Lowest Innings Score 174/10 by England on October 14, 2011 - India beat England by 126 runs
Wins Batting First 3
Wins Batting Second 1
Average Innings Score 275
Most Prolific Batsman Yuvraj Singh (233 runs)
Highest Individual Score 175 by Sachin Tendulkar v Australia on November 05, 2009 - Australia beat India by 3 runs
Most Successful Bowler Brett Lee (3 wickets)
Best Bowling Analysis 3/34 by Ravindra Jadeja v England on October 14, 2011 - India beat England by 126 runs

Last Five Matches
India v England on October 14, 2011 - India beat England by 126 runs
India v Australia on November 05, 2009 - Australia beat India by 3 runs
India v Australia on October 05, 2007 - Australia beat India by 47 runs
India v South Africa on November 16, 2005 - South Africa beat India by 5 wickets

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