T20 World Cup: Providence Stadium pitch report & stats

T20 World Cup: Providence Stadium pitch report & stats

The Providence Stadium in Guyana will host its first T20 World Cup match to be played between West Indies and PNG.

The Providence Stadium in Guyana will host the West Indies vs PNG T20 World Cup clash to be played on June 2 (Sunday). The Providence Stadium, also known as the Guyana National Stadium, will host six matches during the T20 World Cup 2024. Among these matches, the second semi-final will take place at this venue on June 27. Built in 2006 and opened in 2007 specifically for the ICC World Cup, it has since hosted memorable 2007 WC Super-8 games. 

T20 World Cup: Providence Stadium stats

CityProvidence, Guyana
CountryWest Indies
Also or previously Known asGuyana National Stadium
First T20 Match30/04/2010
Last T20 Match08/08/2023
Matches Played13
Matches Won by Home Side4 (30.77%)
Matches Won by Touring Side3 (23.08%)
Matches Won by Neutral Side3 (23.08%)
Matches Won Batting First3 (23.08%)
Matches Won Batting Second7 (53.85%)

Providence Stadium pitch report

The pitch at the Providence Stadium is more like a balanced pitch for both batters and bowlers. The tropical conditions and the slow nature of the pitch allow spinners to have some control over the batsmen. The skipper winning the toss might want to have a bowl first and chase the total later on in the match.


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