Wankhede stadium is one of the most advanced stadiums in India. This stadium is located in Mumbai. Mumbai City which has a population of more than 20 million has three cricket stadiums. Wankhede stadium is the youngest one among three stadiums. Wankhede stadium comes under the Mumbai Cricket Association management and is a home for Mumbai Indians an IPL franchise. This stadium has hosted a final of 2011 World Cup in which MS Dhoni finishes a game for India by hitting a six on Helicopter Shot.

Wankhede Stadium has established in 1974 and at that time it has the sitting capacity of round about 44000 but it’s the latest renovation that happened before 2011 Cricket World Cup shrinks it to 33000. Wankhede stadium has pillar fewer roofs that make it a unique stadium. It has elevators and the most advanced machinery present in stadiums of India. It has stands named after the famous cricketers of Mumbai like Sunil Gavaskar, Sachin Tendulkar, and ┬áVijay Merchant.

Name Wankhede Stadium
Location Mumbai, India
Capacity 33,000
Floodlights Yes
Total Matches 21
Won Team Batting First 11
Won Team Bowling First 10
Average First Innings Score 247
Average Second Innings Score 211
Highest Total 438/4
Lowest Total 115/10
Total Matches 25
Won Team Batting First 10
Won Team Bowling Second 8
Average First Inning Score 339
Average Second Inning Score 345
Average Third Innings Score 201
Average Fourth Innings Score 120
Highest Total 631/10
Lowest Total 93/10
Total Matches 6
Won Team Batting First 1
Won Team Bowling First 5
Average First Innings Score 187
Average Second Innings Score 183
Highest Total 230/8
Lowest Total 172/10


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