Pak vs NZ Ground Dimensions, Pitch Report, and Entry Gates 

Pakistan will take on New Zealand in their all-important match to qualify for the Semi-Finals. It will be played at Karnataka State Cricket Association Stadium, Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore. Pakistan have already played on this ground against Australia which they lost by 62 runs chasing a huge total of 367 runs. New Zealand hasn’t played at this venue which might be a good factor for Pakistan. This is the most crucial match for both teams. Losing here might be curtains for that team. Ground dimensions and pitch always play an important role. Let’s have a look at the ground dimensions and pitch report of Karnataka State Cricket Association Stadium, Chinnaswamy Stadium.

Pak vs NZ Ground Dimensions and Boundary Length

Every hitter in the world wishes to bat in Bengaluru’s M Chinnaswamy Stadium due to the small size of the ground and the flat nature of the pitch. The flat surface of Chinnaswamy Stadium is known for its high-scoring matches, and the size of the boundaries makes bowling even more difficult.

The boundary lengths of the stadium are not according to the ICC standards. These small boundaries always keep batters in search of boundaries. Sideway boundaries typically measure between 50 and 55 meters, while front and rear boundaries typically measure between 60 and 65 meters. Hence, it is evident that the field at Chinnaswamy Stadium is quite short, and batters won’t have any trouble clearing the boundaries.

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Bengaluru’s elevation makes it possible for the ball to fly through the air with ease. The greatest T20I score at this site was produced by Team India against England, 202/6; Sri Lanka versus the West Indies, 122-9), recorded the lowest total.

Pitch Report Pak vs NZ ICC World Cup 2023

Like other Indian wickets, the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium wicket will be flat and low. Spinners might enjoy the wicket if the pitch offers some turn, otherwise, it will be a paradise for batters and a graveyard for bowlers. Bowlers have to pitch the ball in the right areas to avoid massive hitting. It might be a high-scoring match. 

Pak vs NZ Match Ground Capacity

The stadium can hold 34,000 people. The International Cricket Committee (ICC) mandate is that 10% of the total would be set aside for public sale.

The majority of the seats will be occupied by various other stakeholders, including the BCCI, sponsors, members of the KSCA club, and VIPs, as usual. Sampath anticipates every game to be a full house. Even for the non-Indian games, there is already a significant demand for tickets, according to Sampath.

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