Bangalore, an IT city in India, has an attractive stadium known as the M Chinnaswamy Stadium, formerly the Karnataka State Cricket Association Stadium.
40000 people can fit in the stadium. The 40000 seats are arranged in a futuristic manner. The ground hosts all cricket matches, including Test, ODI, and T20.
Karnataka established for the first time in 1969. India’s 6th largest state. One of the most revolutionary cities in India is Bangalore. The Stadium is the home of the Indian Premier League franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore.
M. Chinnaswamy Stadium is one of nine venues that the BCCI has selected for the T20 World Cup in 2021. Let’s have some of the ground’s main features to understand how the teams will play on this very ground.
The government of Karnataka is the owner of the cricket ground
23 Test Matches
24 ODI matches
7 T20 matches played on this Ground
Two T20 cricket games won the Host
Three T20 matches won by the tourists
The last T20 match played on this ground was on 22/09/2019.
Dimensions of the ground
On-off side 53.9496 Meters
On-on side 53.9496 Meters
Front side 59.436
On backside 59.436 Meters
Overall, a vast ground with wide dimensions that provides some hope for bowlers. The rest is complete carnage for bowlers in T20 Cricket. It will be interesting to see if bowlers or batsmen will again dominate the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021.