India’s love of cricket and its unrelenting commitment to cricket is truly displayed at Narendra Modi Stadium. One of the biggest cricket stadiums in the world, this marvel of architecture has a superb structure. It has organized several IPL games in addition to other international competitions. The first ever IPL match at this venue was played in IPL 2010 between Delhi Capitals and Rajasthan Royals. The Delhi Capitals won the game.
In the IPL, Narendra Modi Stadium also staged some contests with the highest batting totals. The environment in this stadium is quite special because it can accommodate the most fans. The night match at Narendra Modi Stadium is one of the most amazing experiences when seeing the match at the venue.
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Narendra Modi Stadium Capacity
Although this stadium was built several years back, renovations greatly increased its capacity. Nowadays, it is capable of holding an estimated 132000 people for a single game. Motera Stadium (Narendra Modi Stadium) is now one of the largest stadiums in the world, surpassing Melbourne Cricket Ground’s 100024 spectators.
In conclusion, the Narendra Modi Stadium rapidly became recognized as an elite cricket venue, and with more IPL matches scheduled here in the future, we can expect more unprecedented performances.
Narendra Modi Stadium Pitch Report
The ground at Ahmedabad Stadium was initially bowler-friendly but later supported batsmen. Now, it’s kind of neutral pitch supporting both batters and bowlers. Here, the weather has an enormous effect and can be helpful for bowlers when they need it for seam and swing bowling. This pitch becomes friendlier to spinners, who bowl quite effectively when the ball ages.
Narendra Modi Stadium IPL Records
Narendra Modi Stadium Highest Score in IPL
KKR holds the record for scoring the most runs in a match at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. They score 207 runs by losing seven wickets against Gujrat Titans in 2015.
This is also the highest-ever successful run chase at Ahmedabad Stadium.
|KKR||207/7||10.35||won||Titans||9 Apr 2023|
|Gujrat Titans||204/4||10.2||lost||KKR||9 Apr 2023|
|Rajasthan Royals||201/6||10.05||won||Capitals||15 May 2014|
|Rajasthan Royals||191/6||9.55||tied||Punjab Kings||21 Apr 2015|
|Punjab Kings||191/6||9.55||tied||Royals||21 Apr 2015|
Average First Inning & Winning Score at Narendra Modi Stadium
163 is the average first inning score at Narendra Modi Stadium. While the average winning total is 172. The pitch of this stadium suited the team that batted second.
Lowest Team Total at Narendra Modi Stadium
In 2014 Rajasthan Royals score the lowest total at this stadium against Sunriser Hyderabad. SRH packs the whole team on the 5th ball if 19th over at 102 runs. Only Steven Smith succeeded to score 20+ runs in that game.
This game was special as SRH succeeded to defend the lowest total at this stadium. They score only 134 runs by losing 9 wickets. Buneshwar Kumar played a vital role and took 4 wickets.
Matches won by Team (Batted First & Second)
- 40 percent of the games are won by the one that batted first.
- 60 percent of the games are won by the team that batted second at Narendra Modi Stadium.
|Total Matches||Won by 1st Teams||Won by 2nd Team|
Most Wickets by a Bowler at Narendra Modi Stadium Ahmedabad
Pravin Tambe had the highest wickets at Modi Stadium Ahmedadabd. In Seven games he took 8 wickets with an economy rate of 7.50.
Best Bowling Figure at Narendra Modi Stadium
Buneshwar Kumar from Sunrisers Hyderabad has the best bowling figure at Narendra Modi Stadium. He took four wickets by conceding only 14 runs in 2014.
|Buneshwar Kumar||SRH||4||14||4||3.5||v Royals||8 May 2014|
Most Runs by A Player at Narendra Modi Stadium
Ajinkya Rahane has scored the most runs at Narendra Modi Stadium. In seven IPL matches, he scores 308 runs with a batting average of 51.
Highest Individual Score in IPL Match at Narendra Modi Stadium
Jos Buttler is the only player who scores a century at Narendra Modi Stadium. This is the highest individual score that Buttler scored 106 runs on 60 balls in IPL.
|JC Buttler||RR||106||60||10||6||176.66||v RCB||27 May 2022|
|MA Agarwal||PBKS||99||58||8||4||170.68||v Capitals||2 May 2021|
|RD Gaikwad||CSK||92||50||4||9||184||v Titans||31 Mar 2023|
|KL Rahul||PBKS||91||57||7||5||159.64||v RCB||30 Apr 2021|
|VR Iyer||KKR||83||40||8||5||207.5||v Titans||9 Apr 2023|
Result of Last 5 Matches at Narendra Modi Stadium
|KKR||Titans||2nd||KKR won by 3 wickets||lost|
|Titans||Super Kings||2nd||GT won by 5 wickets||won|
|Titans||Royals||2nd||GT won by 7 wickets||lost|
|Royals||RCB||2nd||RR won by 7 wickets||won|
|Capitals||Punjab Kings||2nd||DC won by 7 wickets||won|
Upcoming IPL 2023 Matches at Narendra Modi Stadium
|Team 1||Team 2||Venue||Time||Date|
|Gujarat Titans||Chennai Super Kings||Ahmedabad||7:30 PM||31 March|
|Gujarat Titans||Kolkata Knight Riders||Ahmedabad||3:30 PM||09 April|
|Gujarat Titans||Mumbai Indians||Ahmedabad||7:30 PM||25 April|
|Gujarat Titans||Delhi Capitals||Ahmedabad||7:30 PM||02 May|
|Gujarat Titans||Lucknow Super Giants||Ahmedabad||3:30 PM||07 May|
|Gujarat Titans||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Ahmedabad||7:30 PM||15 May|