Check T20 records at the Maharaja Yadavindra Singh Stadium

In the heart of Mullanpur, Punjab, lies the Maharaja Yadavindra Singh Cricket Stadium, a venue adorned with records and cricketing history since its establishment in 2021.

Formerly known as the PCA Stadium, this cricketing colosseum stands tall with a seating capacity of 38,000, a testament to the fervor of cricket in the region.

Named after Yadavindra Singh, scion of the Patiala royals and a Test cricketer for India, this stadium has quickly become a bastion of the sport in northern India.

Owned by the Punjab Cricket Association, the stadium has gained approval from both the BCCI and ICC to host international matches, marking a new era for cricket in the region.

In the Indian T20 League 2024, it will be the battleground for five of Punjab’s home matches, adding to its legacy as a premier cricketing venue.

But it’s not just the league matches that make this stadium iconic. From hosting domestic T20 clashes to Vijay Hazare and Ranji Trophy encounters, it has witnessed cricketing drama unfold at every turn.

Let’s delve into the records set within its hallowed grounds:

Highest Total: Jammu and Kashmir’s blistering 238/2 against Arunachal Pradesh in 2022 stands as a testament to batting prowess.

Lowest Total: Meghalaya’s struggle against Haryana in 2022 saw them bowled out for a meager 53 runs, chasing 137.

Most Runs: Ruturaj Gaikwad’s explosive innings of 114 off 68 balls for Maharashtra against Kerala in 2022 remains unmatched.

Most Wickets: Pulkit Narang, Satyajeet Bachhav, and Vijaykumar Vyshak lead the bowling charts with eight scalps each.

Highest Individual Score: Ruturaj Gaikwad’s century against Kerala stands tall as the highest individual score in the stadium’s history.

Best Bowling Figures: Vidwath Kaverappa’s sensational spell of 5/11 for Karnataka against Jammu and Kashmir in 2022 remains unmatched.

Highest Partnership: Yuvraj Chaudhary and Avneesh Sudha’s 140-run opening stand for Uttarakhand against Maharashtra in 2023 showcased the power of partnership.

As the Maharaja Yadavindra Singh Cricket Stadium continues to etch its name in cricketing lore, it stands as a symbol of passion and excellence, a shrine for cricket aficionados to celebrate the sport they love.