Melbourne cricket ground is known by another name which is “The G” this is one of the famous stadiums of Australia in Yarra Park, Melbourne cricket ground.
In the southern hemisphere, this is one of the largest stadiums and globally this is the 11th largest ground in terms of capacity this is the second-largest stadium.
Melbourne Cricket Ground Stadium, becomes the centerpiece stadium in the 1956 summer Olympics, Here in this article, we tell you all information about this ground.
Melbourne cricket ground Weather and Pitch reports
Now let's talk about the pitch report of MCG this ground is batting friendly and bowlers can take wickets easily.
Here in this pitch, fast batters and bouncers get many benefits on the other hand spinners can take some benefit in taking wickets in the middle overs of the game.
It's time to know about their Weather report today the temp will remain 22'c and there are no traces of Rain.
Wind speed- 18kmh
Records and other information of Melbourne Cricket Ground
The size of this cricket ground is 171m X 146m it has a capacity of 100,024 visitors. its first T20 match starts on 01-02-2008.
Avg Runs per over is 7.39.
No result with matches- 1
Highest run making individual- 89, Runs which are the highest chase 1725.
A total of 14 matches are going to play in this venue.
Total 9 matches are in a party of matches who play in home ground, the guest team who come here to play the match won 4 matches.
In the 1956 Olympic games this is the main stadium and cricket fans enjoy this in the 2006 Commonwealth Games.
In this match, 100,000 cricket fans enjoy the annual AFL Grand Final and the 'G comes to live at the Boxing Day Test.
On November 15, 1838, The Melbourne Cricket Club was prepared by five men – Frederick Powlett, Robert Russell, George B. Smyth, Charles Mundy, brothers Alfred.