Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium (Hyderabad) – Pitch Report

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Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium is a cricket stadium in Hyderabad, Telangana, India. It has a capacity of 40,000 people and occupies 16 acres (65,000 meters squared). It is the home ground of the Hyderabad Cricket Association and Sunrisers Hyderabad. As of 3 March 2019, it has hosted 5 Tests, 6 ODIs, and 2 T20Is. The opener and final of the 2017 IPL were held here as well as the final of the 2019 IPL in this stadium.

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Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad

Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium

  • Full Name: Visaka International Cricket Stadium
  • Location: Uppal, Hyderabad, Telangana, India.
  • Operator: Hyderabad Cricket Association
  • Capacity: 40000
  • Field size: The stadium extends¬†16 acres¬†and has a seating capacity of 55,000
  • Surface: Undulating, having huge granite rock boulders
  • Floodlights:¬†Yes
  • End names: Shiv Lal Yadav End & VVS Laxman End
  • Construction Architect (Contractor): Shashi Prabhu
  • Boundary Length (Dimension): offside 66 Meters and on side 69 Meters.
  • Also known as Visaka International Cricket Stadium Ground | Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium | Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Ground | Hyderabad Cricket Ground | Hyderabad Cricket Stadium | Hyderabad Cricket Ground Stadium

Hyderabad Cricket Stadium Record & Stats

T20 Stats

  • Total Match Played:¬†1
  • Batting First Won:¬†0
  • Batting Second Won:¬†1
  • Tie:¬†0
  • Avg. Score in 1st bat:¬†207
  • Highest Score:¬†West Indies 207/5
  • Lowest Score:¬†West Indies 207/5
  • Scoring Pattern
  • Below Score 150:¬†0
  • Score between 150 and 169:¬†0
  • Score between 170 and 189:¬†0
  • Above Score 190:¬†1

ODI Stats

  • Total Match Played:¬†6
  • Batting First Won:¬†3
  • Batting Second Won:¬†3
  • Tie:¬†0
  • Avg. Score in 1st bat:¬†278
  • Highest Score:¬†Australia 350/4
  • Lowest Score:¬†England 174/10
  • Scoring Pattern
  • Below Score 200:¬†0
  • Score between 200 and 249:¬†3
  • Score between 250 and 299:¬†1
  • Above Score 300:¬†2

T20 Domestic

  • Total Match Played:¬†64
  • Batting First Won:¬†28
  • Batting Second Won:¬†35
  • Tie:¬†1
  • Avg. Score in 1st bat:¬†158
  • Highest Score:¬†Sunrisers Hyderabad 231/2
  • Lowest Score:¬†Delhi Capitals 80/10
  • Scoring Pattern
  • Below Score 150:¬†33
  • Score between 150 and 169:¬†10
  • Score between 170 and 189:¬†9
  • Above Score 190:¬†12

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Is Wankhede Stadium Batting Or Bowling Pitch?

The Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium is a good place to bat first in limited overs cricket, because the pitch in the second innings helps medium pace bowlers and spin bowlers. The ball comes slowly on the bat, and the surface begins to spin. This pitch is generally dry and difficult, which aids bounce and spins bowlers.In both innings, batting on such a wicket is simple, and many runs can be scored in limited overs. Because of its size, the ground provides you with more opportunities to score in T20 matches. Because there is no dew factor in the limited-over game, teams always choose to bat first and defend the score with their bowling attack.

Ground Information

Owner – Hyderabad Cricket Association

Establishment ( Situated In ) – 2003

Address – RGI Stadium Rd, Uppal, Hyderabad, Telangana 500039

Official Websitewww.hycricket.org

Contact Number: Phone:+91-40-27905676 | +91-40-27177842

FAX : +91-40-27906660 | +91-40-27176873

E-mail: [email protected]


  • Indian Cricket Team
  • Hyderabad cricket team
  • Sunrisers Hyderabad


The HCA Cricket Ground, previously known as the Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium, is located at Basheerbagh in the Fateh Maidan sports complex in Central Hyderabad. The Sports Authority of Telangana State owned and controlled this facility, and HCA had limited operational control over it.

International Information

  • First Test: 12 November 2010: India vs New Zealand
  • Last Test: 12 October 2018: India vs¬†¬†West Indies
  • First ODI: 16 November 2005: India vs South Africa
  • Last ODI: 2 March 2019: India vs ¬†Australia
  • First T20I: 13 October 2017: India vs ¬†Australia
  • Last T20I: 6 December 2019: India¬†vs¬†¬†West Indies

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