Punjab C.A. Stadium, Mohali
IS Bindra Stadium
Source :- BCCI


Opened 1993
Capacity 30000
Ends Pavilion End, City End
Location Mohali, India
Time Zone UTC +05:30
Home to Kings XI Punjab
Floodlights Yes
Curator Daljit Singh


Venue description

What was a swamp with deep ravines in 1992 was turned into India’s best stadium within a span of two years. The Punjab Cricket Association Stadium at Mohali, on the outskirts of Chandigarh, is a truly world-class venue with excellent practice facilities, spectator-friendly outlook and sufficient provisions for the media. The pitch at Mohali had the reputation of being the livliest in the country – India were even rolled over for 83 on the first morning against New Zealand in 1999 – but it changed complexion drastically over the next few years and turned into a dead pitch producing high-scoring draws. There have also been some cracking one-dayers played on this ground, the most thrilling being the World Cup semi-final in 1996 when Australia squeezed past West Indies in a nail-biting finish.


Total matches 4
Matches won batting first 2
Matches won bowling first 2
Average 1st Inns scores 184
Average 2nd Inns scores 175
Highest total recorded 211/4 (19.1 Ov) by Ind vs SL
Highest score chased 211/4 (19.1 Ov) by Ind vs SL
Lowest score defended 180/5 (20 Ov) by NZ vs Pak