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Barsapara Cricket Stadium Guwahati Boundary Length and Seating Capacity

The Assam Cricket Association Stadium is also referred to as the Barsapara Cricket Stadium and the ACA Stadium.

The Assam Cricket Association Stadium also referred to as the Barsapara Cricket Stadium and the ACA Stadium, is a cricket stadium in Guwahati, Assam. Dr Bhupen Hazarika’s memory inspired the Assam Cricket Association to rename the stadium in his honour in 2010. The approximate total cost of the project was Rs 2,300 billion. Sarbananda Sonowal, the chief minister of Assam, inaugurated it on October 10. The Cricket Stadium hosted its first international cricket match when India played Australia in a 20-over match in October 2018. It is the 49th international cricket venue in India. Both domestic and international games are played in this brand-new stadium.

Barsapara Cricket Stadium Boundary Length

The pitch in Guwahati has helped the batters, but in addition to the pitch, the boundary dimensions also play a crucial role. In comparison to other venues, the straighter boundaries at this field are about 65 meters, while the square boundaries are about 68 meters. Read More: Barsapara Cricket Stadium Guwahati Pitch Report: Will Guwahati stadium pitch favour bowlers or batters?

The fact that batters can easily clear the ropes to score runs here means that the boundary dimensions of the field will be well-liked by them. Following a strong T20 series, a high-scoring encounter may be in store for this game as well.

Assam Cricket Association Stadium Seating Capacity

India and Australia’s T20I match was the first international cricket game played in this location. It is a brand-new cricket stadium that hosts both domestic and international matches. The 40,000-seat stadium is one of the best in the nation and has all of the latest amenities. Read More: Is Jasprit Bumrah Fit to play against Sri Lanka in the ODIs?

The stadium will also have the necessary infrastructure, such as an indoor practice wicket, a swimming pool, a gym, etc., in addition to the cricketing arena with covered seating all around. Two of the stadium’s four grandstands, the players’ pavilion, the cutting-edge media centre, and the ground’s round-the-clock sprinkler system.

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Niladri Biswas
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Niladri is a football enthusiast and die-hard fan of Liverpool FC. He is currently living his passion through writing about his favorite sport at The Sportslite. He sees himself as a renowned football journalist in the future.

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