Holkar Cricket Stadium profile
Formerly known as the Maharani Usharaje Trust Cricket Ground, the Holkar Cricket Stadium was renamed in 2010. It was renamed after the Holkar dynasty of the Marathas, which used to rule Indore. The Holkar Stadium effectively took over from Indore’s other international cricket ground, Nehru Stadium, which last hosted international cricket in 2001.
Holkar Stadium was announced as one of six new Test venues in India and in 2016 hosted its first when New Zealand toured.
What to look for when betting on matches in Indore
This is a very high-scoring ground, where Virender Sehwag has scored an ODI double-century, India have hit a total of 260 in a T20I and the Kings XI Punjab have struck the fourth-highest score in the history of the Indian Premier League. Indore doesn’t have one of the 20 lowest scores in the IPL, showing that it really is one of the highest-scoring grounds, which makes for interesting batting betting markets.