ICC World Cup 2023 IND vs AFG: ODI Stats, Records & Pitch Report Of Arun Jaitley Stadium. The ninth match of the ODI World Cup 2023 will be played between India and Afghanistan in Delhi’s Arun Jaitely Stadium. It is scheduled for October 11, 2023. Apart from India vs. Afghanistan, the historic venue in the country’s capital will host five matches: South Africa vs. Sri Lanka, England vs. Afghanistan, Australia vs. the Netherlands, and Bangladesh vs. Sri Lanka.
Indian cricket team cricket showed an exceptional performance against Australia at M.A. Chidambaram stadium on 8th October. Jadeja, Kuldeep Yadav & Jasprit Bumrah’s bowling skills were outstanding in that match, it was a brilliant showcase of bowling performance they didn’t let Australia cross 200 runs.
Even so, the three early dismissals by Australian bowlers in the second innings put India’s team on the back foot. However, India still won the match by an incredible partnership between Virat Kohli and KL Rahul by 4 wickets
History Of Matches Hosted At Arun Jaitley Stadium
Most people know it as the place where Anil Kumble took ten wickets against Pakistan in a single Test match. It also set the record for the highest Test hundred by an Indian batsman when he scored his 36th Test hundred in a match against Sri Lanka at the Kotla in 2005.
The Arun Jaitley Stadium has hosted ODI World Cup matches six times: one each in 1987 and 1996, then four in 2011. In 1987, India won by 56 runs against Australia. In 1996, Sri Lanka defeated India by 6 runs. South Africa beat the West Indies in the first match by 7 batting in 2011. West Indies also won their match against Netherlands by 215 runs. Later, Canada beat Kenya by 5 strokes.
This stadium has also been good for India’s ODI record. The team has not lost a single game here since April 2005 and won six matches on this field. One game was cancelled and one had no result. They were also defeated in their last ODI game played at Kotla by Pakistan by a margin of 159 runs. This victory enabled Pakistan victory win the ODI series by a margin of 4–2 after India took a two-victory lead.
Ahead of the 2023 World Cup, the venue details and tournament schedule. Finally, we will consider the ODI statistics and record of the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi.
Arun Jaitley Stadium Basic Details
Opened At: 1883
Seating Capacity Area: 50000
Ends: Stadium ends and Pavilion ends
Total International Matches: 35 Tests, 26 ODIs and 7 T20Is.
ODI Stats And Records
Total Match: 26
India Won: 13
Visiting Team Won: 7
Matches Won Batting First: 12
Matches Won Blowing First: 13
Neutral Team Won: 5
No Result: 1
Highest Total Recorded: 330/8 by West Indies vs. Netherlands ( 2011).
Lowest Total Recorded: 99 All Out By South Africa vs. India (2022).
Highest Score Chased: 281/4 (47.2 Ov) By India vs. Sri Lanka (1982).
Lowest Score Defended: 167 All Out By India vs. Pakistan (2013).
Average 1st Innings Score: 235
Highest Individual Score: Ricky Ponting 145 off 158 balls (1998)
Most Run ( All time ): Sachin Tendulkar 300 Runs in 8 Innings.
Total ODI Centuries: 8 Centuries
Most Centuries: Sachin Tendulkar (India), Ricky Ponting (Australia), Kane Williamson (New Zealand), AB de Villiers (South Africa), Usman Khawaja (Australia), Nick Knight (England), Roy Dias (Sri Lanka), and Virat Kohli (India).
Arun Jaitley Stadium Pitch Report
Arun Jaitley Stadium has smaller boundaries, which favors power hitters and generally favors batsmen. However, spinners and medium pacers can still use variations in pace and length to gain an advantage, though not as much as batsmen. On the other hand, Kotla Stadium usually has a slow ground for ODIs. Because of the small boundaries and fast outfield, teams batting second tend to do slightly better.
In the 25 ODI matches played at Arun Jaitley Stadium, both teams have won almost an equal number of matches, with the team batting second having a slight advantage. The pitch at Arun Jaitley Stadium is better suited to batting first in ODIs, with more runs being scored in the first innings in recent times. The surface suits both batsmen and bowlers as it is dry and hard. However, spinners are usually more successful than fast bowlers.
The Indian team has played 21 ODIs at the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium from 1982 to 2022. They have won 13 and suffered 7 defeats there.
Arun Jaitley Stadium ICC ODI World Cup 2023 Schedule
|Day||Date||Time In IST||Match|
|Saturday||October 07||02:00 PM||South Africa vs. Sri Lanka|
|Wednesday||October 11||02:00 PM||India vs. Afghanistan|
|Sunday||October 15||02:00 PM||England vs. Afghanistan|
|Wednesday||October 25||02:00 PM||Australia vs. Netherlands|
|Monday||November 6||02:00 PM||Bangladesh vs. Sri Lanka|
India ODI World Cup 2023 Squad
Rohit Sharma (Captain), R Ashwin, Shardul Thakur, Mohd. Siraj, KL Rahul, Ishan Kishan, Hardik Pandya (Vice-captain), Jasprit Bumrah, Shreyas Iyer, Suryakumar Yadav, Virat Kohli, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohd. Shami, Shubman Gill, and Ravindra Jadeja.