|Location||Rajkot, Saurashtra, India|
|Owner||Rajkot Municipal Corporation|
|Operator||Saurashtra Cricket Association|
|Tenants||Indian Cricket Team|
Saurashtra cricket team
|First ODI||7 October 1989:|
India v Australia
|Last ODI||15 December 2009:|
India v Sri Lanka
|First WODI||18 January 2011:|
India v West Indies
|Last WODI||19 January 2011:|
India v West Indies
|As of 8 December 2019|
As of 19 August 2017 it has hosted 12 ODIs.
Madhavrao Scindia Cricket Ground is also used for staging first class cricket. It has hosted 86 first class cricket match.
The ground dimensions being comparatively small and the pitch usually is batsman-friendly contributed to some enormous scores in the past. New Zealand scored 349/5 in 2001, India scored 387/5 in 2008 but the best ever was in the Game between India and Sri Lanka on 15 December 2009 when India scored 414 runs (then highest ever in Indian history) but Sri Lanka almost won the contest and ended up with 411/8, just 3 runs short making it only second ODI match in which both team scored more than 400.
Madhavrao Scindia Cricket Ground was abandoned as an international venue when the Saurashtra Cricket Association built the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in 2008 on the outskirts of the city at Khanderi village on Jamnagar highway, spread over 40 acres (160,000 m2), some 10 km from Rajkot, Gujarat.
This stadium has a spectator capacity of 28,000 and plays host to international and IPL matches. The new stadium is a modern complex which has a cricket ground & stadium, basketball, tennis, volleyball, badminton and squash courts, a swimming pool and an indoor stadium.
- The highest partnership at the Madhavrao Scindia Cricket Ground is 196 by SC Ganguly & Virendar Sehwag for India against West Indies in the 2003/2004 season.
- The highest score by an individual batsman at the Madhavrao Scindia Cricket Ground is 160 by Tillakaratne Dilshan for Sri Lanka against India on 15 December 2009.
- The highest ODI total at the Madhavrao Scindia Cricket Ground is 414/7 by India against Sri Lanka in the 2009 season, it is also the second Highest ODI Score for India until India scored 418/5 against West Indies.
- The lowest ODI total at the Madhavrao Scindia Cricket Ground is 176/9 by West Indies against Sri Lanka in the 1998 season.
- Most runs scored here were by Virendar Sehwag- 405 runs, Tillakaratne Dilshan 275 runs and Yuvraj Singh- 246 runs.
- Most wickets were by Venkatesh Prasad and Harbhajan Singh- 6 wickets and RP Singh- 5 wickets.
List of CenturiesEdit
- * denotes that the batsman was not out.
- Inns. denotes the number of the innings in the match.
- Balls denotes the number of balls faced in an innings.
- NR denotes that the number of balls was not recorded.
- Parentheses next to the player's score denotes his century number at Madhavrao Scindia Cricket Ground.
- The column title Date refers to the date the match started.
- The column title Result refers to the player's team result
One Day InternationalsEdit
|1||102||Raman Lamba||India||120||1||Australia||7 October 1986||Lost|
|2||110*||Viv Richards||West Indies||77||2||India||5 January 1988||Won|
|3||108||Navjot Singh Sidhu||India||132||1||Sri Lanka||15 February 1994||Won|
|4||120||Nathan Astle||New Zealand||136||1||India||5 November 1999||Won|
|5||114*||Virender Sehwag||India||82||2||West Indies||12 November 2002||Won|
|6||110||Kumar Sangakkara||Sri Lanka||127||1||India||11 February 2007||Won|
|7||138*||Yuvraj Singh||India||78||1||England||14 November 2008||Won|
|8||146||Virender Sehwag||India||102||1||Sri Lanka||15 December 2009||Won|
|9||160||Tillakaratne Dilshan||Sri Lanka||124||2||India||15 December 2009||Lost|
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- "From an article of TOI", Retrieved 24 December 2007
- "A article from Projects Monitor", Retrieved 24 December 2007
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