|Also knows as||MCG|
|Playing area||172.9 m long, 147.8 m wide|
|End Names||Members End, Great Southern Stand End|
|Flood Lights||Since March 1985|
|Home Teams||Australia, Victoria|
|Other Sports||Australian Rules Football, Soccer, Rugby Union, Rugby League, Lawn Bowls, Squash|
|Current Local Time||05:24, Sat Sep 23, 2023|
Notwithstanding the fact that various curators drew fire from players and spectators alike for producing a succession of wearing, low bouncing surfaces through the 1980s and early 1990s, pitches at the MCG have, for most of its history, generally facilitated well balanced contests between bat and ball. No better has this been exemplified than in famous matches in its recent past such as the 1982-83 Test between Australia and England; the thrilling Australia-New Zealand decider in 1987-88; and the 1992 World Cup Final between Pakistan and England.