Barsapara Cricket Stadium

Cricket Fans India
Facts
Capacity
40.000
Location
Guwahati
Address
Barsapara, Guwahati, Assam, India
Home to
Assam, Rajasthan Royals
Floodlights
Yes

Stats - Test Matches

The Barsapara Cricket Stadium in Guwahati, India, hasn’t  yet hosted Test match cricket.

Stats - ODI Matches

Highest score: 326/2 by India vs West Indies – October 2018
Lowest score: 322/8 by West Indies vs India – October 2018

Stats - T20 Matches

Highest score: 122/2 by Australia vs India – October 2017
Lowest score: 118/10 by India vs Australia – October 2017

Stats – IPL matches

The Barsapara Cricket Stadium hasn’t yet hosted Indian Premier League matches. It will host two fixtures during the 2020 IPL.

Barsapara Cricket Stadium profile

Also known as Dr. Bhupen Hazarika Cricket Stadium or Assam Cricket Association Stadium, the Barsapara Cricket Stadium became India’s 49th international cricket venue in 2017.

Due to the high levels of rainfall experienced in the region, plenty of expense was afforded the ground’s drainage system.

Its completion was delayed by security breaches and lack of funds, but it has since become an alternative venue for the Rajasthan Royals to host Indian Premier League fixtures. Riyan Parag, who represents the Royals in the IPL, plays for Assam in the Ranji Trophy.

What to look for when betting on matches at Barsapara Cricket Stadium

The Barsapara Cricket Stadium is a relatively unknown entity for betting on IPL cricket. But there are factors to reference in the venue’s brief history in international cricket.

India and the West Indies have contested a high-scoring ODI here, while the Indians played the Aussies in a low-scoring T20I, suggesting a variable, two-paced wicket.

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