Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium

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Stadium Roadd, Shamsabad, Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan
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Pakistan, Rawalpindi, Islamabad United

Stats - Test Matches

Highest score: 600/10 by India vs Pakistan – April 2004
Lowest score: 139/10 by West Indies vs Pakistan – November 1997

Stats - ODI Matches

Highest score: 329/6 by Pakistan vs India – March 2004
Lowest score: 104/10 by Zimbabwe vs Sri Lanka – October 2004

Stats - T20 Matches

While the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium has hosted several Test and ODI matches, it hasn’t yet had a T20 International. This will likely change soon enough.

Stats – PSL matches

Highest score: 195/5 by Islamabad United vs Peshawar Zalmi – March 2020
Lowest score: 151/8 by Peshawar Zalmi vs Karachi Kings – March 2020



Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium profile

The Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium became Pakistan’s 14th Test ground in 1993. It is located on the outskirts of Rawalpindi and is a mere three miles away from Islamabad. It is effectively the home ground of Islamabad United in the Pakistan Super League. Like other cricket venues around the country, it was the subject of a proposed makeover by the Pakistan Cricket Board in 2018. It had gone 15 years without international cricket between 2004 and 2019, but is now fully back in rotation.

What to look for when betting on matches in Rawalpindi

One in ever two Tests at this ground have been won by an innings. In ODI cricket, more often than not the team batting second wins. This is a good ground for chasing totals in limited-overs competition, but in the longest format batting first has historically been the right decision. Teams who bat first at this ground in the PSL are generally favoured to win among tournament betting tips.

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