IND vs NZ 2nd Test: Mumbai all set to host test match after 5 years – Check India’s record at Wankhede Stadium

IND vs NZ 2nd Test: India’s record at Wankhede Stadium: The iconic Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai is all set to host a…

IND vs NZ 2nd Test: Mumbai all set to host test match after 5 years – Check India’s record at Wankhede Stadium
IND vs NZ 2nd Test: Mumbai all set to host test match after 5 years – Check India’s record at Wankhede Stadium

IND vs NZ 2nd Test: India’s record at Wankhede Stadium: The iconic Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai is all set to host a Test match after a gap of 5 years. The venue has been host to many thrilling encounters in the past and is ready for another exciting clash when India will lock horns with New Zealand in the 2nd and final Test that begins on December 03. Follow InsideSport.in for more updates

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IND vs NZ 2nd Test: Mumbai all set to host test match after 5 years – Check India’s record at Wankhede Stadium

With the Kanpur Test ending in a draw, both – India and New Zealand will leave no stone unturned to win the match and seal the series. While it can be a historic moment for New Zealand to win a Test series on Indian soil, India will be aiming to continue the dominance over the Kiwis at home conditions.

The last time India played at the venue was back in 2016 when they registered an innings and 36 runs win over England.

IND vs NZ at Wankhede Stadium:

As far as India vs New Zealand meeting at Wankhede is concerned, both teams have met twice and have registered one win each.

IND vs NZ – 1976 – India won by 162 runs

IND vs NZ – 1988 – India lost by 136 runs

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India’s record at Wankhede Stadium:

Matches – 25

Won – 11

Lost – 7

Draw – 7

Team Result Margin Toss Bat Opposition Ground Start Date
India lost 201 runs lost 2nd v West Indies Mumbai 23 Jan 1975
India won 162 runs won 1st v New Zealand Mumbai 10 Nov 1976
India draw won 1st v England Mumbai 11 Feb 1977
India draw lost 1st v West Indies Mumbai 1 Dec 1978
India won inns & 100 runs won 1st v Australia Mumbai 3 Nov 1979
India won 131 runs won 1st v Pakistan Mumbai 16 Dec 1979
India lost 10 wickets won 1st v England Mumbai 15 Feb 1980
India won 138 runs won 1st v England Mumbai 27 Nov 1981
India draw won 1st v West Indies Mumbai 24 Nov 1983
India won 8 wickets lost 2nd v England Mumbai 28 Nov 1984
India draw lost 2nd v Australia Mumbai 15 Oct 1986
India draw won 1st v West Indies Mumbai 11 Dec 1987
India lost 136 runs lost 2nd v New Zealand Mumbai 24 Nov 1988
India won inns & 15 runs lost 2nd v England Mumbai 19 Feb 1993
India won 96 runs won 1st v West Indies Mumbai 18 Nov 1994
India draw lost 1st v Sri Lanka Mumbai 3 Dec 1997
India lost 4 wickets won 1st v South Africa Mumbai 24 Feb 2000
India lost 10 wickets lost 1st v Australia Mumbai 27 Feb 2001
India won inns & 112 runs won 1st v West Indies Mumbai 9 Oct 2002
India won 13 runs won 1st v Australia Mumbai 3 Nov 2004
India lost 212 runs won 2nd v England Mumbai 18 Mar 2006
India draw lost 2nd v West Indies Mumbai 22 Nov 2011
India lost 10 wickets won 1st v England Mumbai 23 Nov 2012
India won inns & 126 runs won 2nd v West Indies Mumbai 14 Nov 2013
India won inns & 36 runs lost 2nd v England Mumbai 8 Dec 2016

 

Highest Score by an Indian at Wankhede Stadium: The highest score by an Indian at Wankhede Stadium is Vinod Kambli’s 224 against England in 1992-93.

Wankhede Stadium Pitch: The pitch has traditionally been a belter i.e., suits batsmen more than the bowlers. However, the red soil ensures that there is some purchase for spinners especially during the last couple of days of a Test match.

25% crowd allowed at Wankhede Stadium: The Maharashtra Government has allowed only 25 per cent capacity of spectators for the second Test between India and New Zealand. However, as per reports, MCA is in talks to push it to a 50% crowd capacity.

IND vs NZ 2nd Test Wankhede Stadium Tickets: With just 25% crowd allowed by the Maharastra Government, all tickets have already been sold. The online ticket sale started yesterday around 4 PM and immediately all seats were booked. Fans can keep a check on Bookmyshow or the Paytm app if the government increases the allowed crowd capacity.


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