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Seddon Park Stadium, Hamilton: Seating Capacity, Boundary Length, Pitch Details, and ODI Stats

As opposed to the Eden Park Stadium in Auckland, Seddon Park is a traditional cricket venue. The ground has suitable boundaries, not imitating the rectangular boundaries of the Eden Park.

It’s time for the second ODI in India’s tour of New Zealand. The hosts proved their dominance in their home at the Eden Park Stadium in the first ODI. The campaign has now moved 150 kilometres south of Auckland in Hamilton. Seddon Park stadium will be home to the second ODI between India and New Zealand. Known for its “picnic” like atmosphere, the Seddon Park was formerly known as Trust Bank Park.

Also Read: India vs New Zealand ODI Series: Full Schedule, Venues, Squads, and Where to Watch?

Seddon Park Stadium, Hamilton: Seating Capacity

Seddon Park Stadium has the capacity to have 10,000 spectators simultaneously. Moreover, the limit can be expanded up to 30,000 with temporary seating arrangements.

Boundary Length

As opposed to the Eden Park Stadium in Auckland, Seddon Park is a traditional cricket venue. The ground has suitable boundaries, not imitating the rectangular boundaries of the Eden Park. The boundary dimensions at Seddon Park are 65 meters and 69 meters respectively.

Also Read: Eden Park Stadium, Auckland: Seating Capacity, Boundary Length, Pitch Details, and ODI Stats

Pitch Details

The pitch at Seddon Park stadium is batting-friendly like the other venues in New Zealand. Although the boundaries are not short, the outfield here is quick, ultimately, favoring the batters. Moreover, the pitch offers balanced bounce placing the ball on the bat neatly.

Seddon Park Stadium, Hamilton: ODI Stats

The Hamilton situated venue has been home to 46 ODI matches up until yet. And is generally considered a batting friendly track suitable to score par 200 runs easily. The average first innings score at this venue is recorded at 239. However, the average score subsequently drops down to 210 in the second innings.

Highest Recorded Total: 363/4 by West Indies vs New Zealand

Lowest Recorded Total: 92/10 by India vs New Zealand

Highest Chased Score: 350/9 by New Zealand vs Australia

Lowest Defended Score: 182/9 by New Zealand vs Sri Lanka

Ayushi Singh
Ayushi Singhhttp://thesportslite.com
Ayushi is a Journalism and Mass Communication undergraduate. An avid sports enthusiast, with an inclination towards Cricket. Likes to be well informed, as she likes to be well read. Will be found indulging in a book if not in India's 2011 WC win highlights.
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