Narendra Modi Stadium Ahmedabad IPL T20 records: Ahmedabad will host an Indian Premier League final for the first time today.
Ahmedabad is set to become the ninth city to host an Indian Premier League final match. Considering its world-class refurbishment, it would not be wrong to say that Narendra Modi Stadium will host many more IPL finals in the years to come.
After almost two months of action, the 2022 edition of the Indian Premier League is at its decisive point, where rookies Gujarat Titans and inaugural champions Rajasthan Royals will meet to lift the glittering silver medal at Narendra Modi Stadium here on Sunday.
Ahead of the all-important final, a look at some of the T20 records held by cricketers who have played on this ground opened in 2020.
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Most Runs At The Venue – Virat Kohli (258)
Kohli holds the record for the most runs (258 runs in 6 innings) followed by Jos Buttler (172 runs in 5 innings) followed by Dawid Malan (148 runs in 5 innings).
Highest Individual Score At The Venue – Jos Buttler (106*)
Jos Buttler holds the record for the highest individual score followed by Virat Kohli (80*) followed by Dawid Malan (68). All of these scores came in the England tour of India 2021, where the hosts won the T20 series 3-2.
Highest Total At The Venue – India (224/2 after 20 overs)
The India team scored 224/2 against England at the Narendra Modi Stadium. The second highest total (192/3) also belongs to India.
Best Bowling Figures At The Venue – Jofra Archer (4/33)
English speedster Jofra Archer holds the record for best bowling figures in a match followed by his teammate Mark Wood (3/31).
Most Wickets At The Venue – Shardul Thakur (8)
Shardul Thakur was player of the series against England in 2021. Thakur picked up 8 wickets averaging 21 in 5 matches with an economy of 9.69 followed by Archer (7 wickets in 5 matches) with an economy of 7.15.
The final of the Indian Premier League 2022 will start at 08:00 PM IST instead of 07:30 PM IST due to the extra activities of a closing ceremony, before the start of the match.