Gujarat Stadium, Sardar Patel Stadium
1982
132,000
Yes
Adani Pavilion End, Reliance End
Gujarat, Rajasthan Royals
Bagira Thakur
10:16, Fri Feb 26, 2021 (UTC +0530)
Narendra Modi Stadium
 

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India v West Indies - Nov 12-16, 1983 Scorecard
India v England - Feb 24-25, 2021 Scorecard
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Profile

Built on the banks of the Sabarmati river on the outskirts of Ahmedabad, the Sardar Patel Stadium is an imposing structure which can accommodate about 54,000 spectators. The stadium was built on a 50-acre land donated by the state government, and took only nine months for its completion. It was renovated ahead of the Champions Trophy in 2006, when three new pitches and a new outfield were laid, and state of the art floodlights and covered stands were added.

Also known as the Motera, after the place where it is located, the venue hosted its first Test in November 1983 and has been witness to some memorable Indian feats - Sunil Gavaskar got to his 10,000 Test runs here, against Pakistan in 1986-87, and seven years later, Kapil Dev nailed his 432nd victim to go past Richard Hadlee as Test cricket's leading wicket-taker. The pitch here used to aid bowlers - three of the first four Tests produced results - but the track started playing slow and low, aiding neither the bowlers nor the strokeplayers. As a result, draws became the norm for a while, till the South Africans rolled India over for 76 in the first morning of the 2008 Test and finished the game in three days.
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Fixtures

2021
Thu Mar 4 - Mon Mar 8
09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
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ICC World Test Championship
4th Test - India v England
Fri Mar 12 (20 ovs)          
19:00 local | 13:30 GMT
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1st T20I - India v England
Sun Mar 14 (20 ovs)          
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09:30 EDT | 08:30 CDT | 06:30 PDT
2nd T20I - India v England
Tue Mar 16 (20 ovs)          
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09:30 EDT | 08:30 CDT | 06:30 PDT
3rd T20I - India v England
Thu Mar 18 (20 ovs)          
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4th T20I - India v England
Sat Mar 20 (20 ovs)          
19:00 local | 13:30 GMT
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5th T20I - India v England
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A view of the Sardar Patel Stadium in Motera, India vs England, 3rd Test, Ahmedabad, February 23, 2021
A view of the Sardar Patel Stadium in Motera
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The sun sets over the Motera stadium in Ahmedabad, India vs England, 3rd Test, Ahmedabad, February 23, 2021
The sun sets over the Motera stadium in Ahmedabad
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An illuminated view of the new stadium in Ahmedabad, Ahmedabad, February 12, 2020
An illuminated view of the new stadium in Ahmedabad
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The newly-built stadium in Ahmedabad a few days before its inauguration, Ahmedabad, February 12, 2020
The newly-built stadium in Ahmedabad a few days before its inauguration
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