Highest T20 score at Narendra Modi Stadium: The big final of the Indian Premier League will be held in Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium in 2022.
In the final of the Indian Premier League 2022, the Gujarat Titans and Rajasthan Royals will compete for the famous title. On May 29, 2022, the huge event will be held in Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium. There will also be a closing ceremony before to the contest.
Gujarat and Rajasthan both finished first and second in the league phases of the competition, and they are deserved winners. Gujarat skipper Hardik Pandya has won all of the finals in which he has appeared, and the Titans would want to see that pattern continue in this match as well.
Highest T20 Score Narendra Modi Stadium
In the Qualifier-2 match between Rajasthan Royals and Royal Challengers Bangalore, the surface at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad was ideal for batting. The wicket had a lot of bounce to it, and even the shorter deliveries were receiving a lot of bounce.
The Narendra Modi Stadium’s boundaries are also not very large, thus hitters will have a good time on this surface. Because of the bounce of the pitch, there is space for pacers at this venue. The bounce from the surface may undoubtedly surprise the batsmen if the bowlers can hit the hard distances.
Last year, in the 5th T20I match of the series, Team India recorded the highest score at this stadium against England. In the first innings, India reached 224/2 thanks to half-centuries from Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli. In the match, they both started the innings.
Last year, the field held five IPL games, with an average first innings score of 159 runs. However, the wicket is ideal for batting, and anything less than 180 runs in the last match would be a disappointment. The average first innings score in T20Is at this site is 174 runs.
In the last IPL season, Punjab Kings had the highest (179/5 against Royal Challengers Bangalore) and lowest (123/9 against Kolkata Knight Riders) scores on this venue.
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