Multan Cricket Stadium pitch report today, weather forecast, ODI records, stats, score, capacity Asia Cup 2023

Multan Cricket Stadium pitch report today, weather forecast, ODI records, stats, score, capacity Asia Cup 2023

The Multan Cricket Stadium in Multan, Pakistan, will host the Asia Cup 2023, check out the ODI stats and records, pitch report, weather forecast and capacity

The Asia Cup 2023 is a 50-over tournament, featuring teams six teams from across the Asian continent.

Multan Cricket Stadium pitch report today, weather forecast, ODI records, stats, average, score, capacity Asia Cup 2023

The Multan Cricket Stadium will serve as one of the four venues set to host the hybrid model Asia Cup.

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Aside from the Multan, the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore will hosts the other three matches.

Asia Cup 2023 teams

The upcoming tournament will feature the following six teams:

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  • India
  • Pakistan
  • Sri Lanka
  • Afghanistan
  • Bangladesh
  • Nepal

Multan weather forecast

The weather forecast for Multan on Wednesday, August 30, shows expected temperatures ranging from 29 to 38 ℃.

Multan Cricket Stadium pitch report

The venue has previously hosted 10 One Day Internationals and 6 Test matches so far. The last ODI match that the venue hosted was the Paksitan vs West Indies clash back in June 2022. The pitch at the Multan Cricket Stadium generally hosts high-scoring matches with teams that bat first often winning. Due to its dry nature, the wicket usually offers minimal assistance to bowlers. However, as the game progresses, the spinners start standing out.

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Multan Cricket stadium details

  • Year established – 2001
  • Total seating capacity – 35,000 seats
  • Ends – The Main Pavilion End and North Pavilion End
  • Internationals matches hosted: 6 Test and 10 ODIs

Multan Cricket Stadium ODI Stats and Records

Total matches 10
Pakistan won 7
Matches won by visiting team 3 (India, South Africa & West Indies)
Batting first won 5
Chasing won 5
Highest total 323/5 by Pakistan against Bangladesh in 2003
Highest successful chase 306/5 in 49.2 overs by Pakistan against West Indies in 2022
Average first innings score 255
Lowest match total 148 All Out by Zimbabwe against Pakistan in 2004
Lowest total defended 272/9 by Pakistan against Zimbabwe in 2008
Highest score Shai Hope (West Indies) – 127 off 134 balls vs Pakistan in 2022
Best bowling

 

Mohammad Nawaz (Pakistan) – 4 for 19 in 10 overs vs West Indies
Most runs by a single player Imam Ul Haq (Pakistan) – 199 runs in 3 innings
Most wickets Mohammad Nawaz (Pakistan) & Shadab Khan (Pakistan) – 7 wickets in 3 matches
Total Sixes 70 sixes
Most sixes Shahid Afridi (Pakistan) – 10 sixes
Total Fours 390 fours
Most fours by a single player Inzamam Ul Haq (Pakistan) – 22 fours
Total fifties 24 Fifties
Most 50s by a single player Imam Ul Haq (Pakistan) – 3 fifties
Total 100s 6 Hundreds
Most 100s by a single player Yasir Hameed (Pakistan), Shai Hope (West Indies), Babar Azam (Pakistan), Shakib Al Hasan (Bangladesh), Marlon Samuels (West Indies) & Abdul Razzaq (Pakistan) – 1 Hundred Each
Highest Partnership 159 by Graeme Smith & Shaun Pollock (South Africa) vs Pakistan in 2007
Most dismissals by a single player Kamran Akmal (Pakistan) – 7 Dismissals (6 catches & 1 stumping)
Most Stumpings (Wicketkeeper) Mohammad Harris (Pakistan)
Most Catches (Wicketkeeper) Kamran Akmal (Pakistan)
Most Catches (Fielder) Chris Gayle (West Indies), Nicholas Pooran (West Indies), Kushdil Shah (Pakistan), Akeal Hosein (West Indies) & Misbah

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