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TOP 10 Best Cricket Stadiums In The World
Cricket is one of the most interesting games which are famous not only in Asia but also in all over the World. Here in this post we will tell you some brief and interesting description about Top 10 Best Cricket Stadiums in the World
1. The Lords, London
The Lords, Cricket Ground situated in London is widely referred to as the ‘home of cricket’ and is home to the world's oldest sporting museum.
It has witnessed many important cricket histories and it has remained the center of ICC committee for a long period of time.
Many final matches of the Cricket world cup have been played in this ground, like 1975, 1979, 1983 and 1999.
2. The Oval, Kensington, London
With the total capacity of 23,500 The Oval, Kensington London is considered as one of the best stadiums in world.
It was the first ground in England to host international Test cricket, in 1880.
Oval is considered as the most beautiful stadium in the world and also hosted to many exciting Ashes test and ODI series in the past.
3. Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia
Melbourne Cricket Ground is considered as largest cricket stadium in the list of Top 10 Best Cricket Stadiums in the world.
This stadium has a total capacity of over 95,000, which hosted the final match of World Cup 1992.
It has hosted the first ever International Test Matches and ODI matches which was played in between Australian and England.
4. Eden Gardens, Kolkata, India
The Eden Gardens cricket stadium is one of the best and oldest stadiums, which was established in 1864.
This is the second biggest ground in the world, which has a total capacity of nearly about 90,000.
It has hosted some of the high profile & interesting games, including few World cup matches.
5. The Wanderers, Johannesburg, South Africa
The Wanderers is best cricket stadium in South Africa, where first test match was played in 1956.
In this ground the world’s highest score 434 was chase by South Africa against Australia.
It also hosted the World Cup 2003 final match which was played between India and Australia.
6. Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, Australia
Sydney Cricket ground is best cricket stadium of Australia and one of the best in world.
In the list of ‘Top 10 Best Cricket Stadiums in the World’ it is the second most beautiful.
It is one of the oldest cricket stadiums, which was established in 1884 and has a total capacity is 46,000.
7. The WACA, Perth, Australia
WACA, Perth is a well-known and famous ground located in Australia.
It is famous for its extra bounce and due to its fast bowling track it always favors the fast.
Brett Lee has enjoyed huge achievements here in this ground. The total capacity of this ground is 24,000.
8. Old Trafford, Manchester, England
Old Trafford is England's second oldest test venue and one of the most renowned and best stadium in world.
It has hosted two Cricket World Cup semi-finals and many historically notable matches.
Old Trafford is the third ground after Lords and Oval which hosted more test matches in England.
9. Newlands, Cape Town, South Africa
Newlands is regarded as one of the most beautiful cricket grounds in the world.
Newlands has hosted many great cricket matches, including five in the 2003 Cricket World Cup.
Newlands is one of the few cricket grounds in South Africa that tends to favor spinners.
10. Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, Pakistan
The Gaddafi Stadium is on 10th number among the Top 10 best cricket stadiums in the world.
It is the largest cricket stadium in Pakistan with a capacity of more than 60,000.
It has hosted many important matches, like the final of 1996 ICC Cricket World Cup Australia vs Sri Lanka.