IND vs AUS Ground Dimensions, Pitch Report and Entry Gates

IND vs AUS Ground Dimensions, Pitch Report and Entry Gates details are discussed below in detail. In the IND versus AUS ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Final, India and Australia will play each other. The ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Final between Australia and India will begin at 2:00 PM IST on Sunday, November 19. The Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad will host the India vs. Australia ODI World Cup 2023 Final.

IND vs AUS Entry Gates

There are four gates. Although Gates Nos. 1 and 2 are accessible to the public, there are other walkways that go to the blocks. Even though Gate No. 1 is on the main road, traffic is usually redirected on game days to facilitate a seamless access to the stadium. There may be traffic because the route up to Gate No. 2, which is near the GCA Club House, is a little narrow.

IND vs AUS Boundary Length

The Narendra Modi Stadium is reportedly 63 acres in size, which is the same as 32 Olympic-sized soccer fields combined.

The average straight border dimension of the ground for a 180-yard by 150-yard field will be 75 meters. On the other hand, the square boundaries would be spaced 60 meters apart on average on either side of the field.

The location has already hosted 17 IPL games in its four seasons (2010, 2014, 2015, and 2021).

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IND vs AUS Seating Capacity

The stadium has a 1,32,000 capacity on paper. To accommodate sight-screens on both ends and to increase the dressing room area while adhering to international convention, certain seats are still off-limits.

According to GCA officials, about 1,20,000 tickets are held back for fans and guests, with the remaining 10–15% going to the BCCI, the ICC, and its affiliates. For about 100,000, tickets can be bought online or in person. Fans can pick up paper tickets at a number of kiosks set up on the stadium grounds prior to the competition.

IND vs AUS  Pitch Report

Narendra Modi Stadium is the only stadium with eleven pitches in total. It has one more pitch than Eden Garden in Kolkata, which has ten.

Pitch numbers 6 through 11 are built on Mumbai red silt earth, while pitches 1 through 5 are built on local black clay soil. Black clay pitch surfaces have a higher bounce and are usually used for smaller forms. Red soil pitches, which tend to dry up quickly and favor spinners or slow bowlers, are used for longer game forms.

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