Multan Cricket Stadium profile
Multan Cricket Stadium was built as a replacement for the Qasim Bagh stadium and has one of the greenest outfields among Pakistan cricket stadiums.
It hasn’t hosted international cricket since 2008, but on the back of a makeover from the Pakistan Cricket Board, it is now home to the Multan Sultans in the Pakistan Super League.
It was the scene of a memorable triple-century from Virender Sehwag in 2004, which allowed India a big victory over arch rivals Pakistan.
What to look for when betting on matches in Multan
Home ground advantage for the Multan Sultans is definitely worth considering when betting on PSL matches. The Sultans joined the PSL in 2018 – and played their first PSL match at the Multan Cricket Stadium in 2020. Multan were on track for the 2020 title before the tournament ended prematurely.