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GT vs RR IPL Final Pitch Report: The team batting first in Ahmedabad will have to score more than 170 runs, know the condition of the pitch and weather here

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The final match of IPL 2022 will be played at the world’s largest cricket stadium, Narendra Modi Stadium. This stadium was earlier known as Motera. After this it was rebuilt and it was completed in 2021. The name of this stadium was changed from Moter to the name of the current Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Narendra Modi was also the President of Gujarat Cricket Association from 2009 to 2014.

So far 14 Tests, 27 ODIs and six T20 Internationals have been played at the Narendra Modi Stadium. Apart from this, 16 IPL matches have also been held in this stadium. It is also the home stadium of the Gujarat Titans team. This stadium was also the home ground of Rajasthan Royals in 2010, 2014 and 2015. There were some matches in this in IPL 2021 as well.

However, all the matches here were shifted to UAE after being postponed due to Corona. At the same time, a match has been played on this ground in IPL 2022. Rajasthan Royals defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore in Qualifier-2 match. Now the most important match of IPL 2022 will be played on this ground. This match will be played between Gujarat Titans and Rajasthan Royals.

The role of the toss has also been important at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. It is easy to bat on this ground afterwards. Batting first in the T20 matches played at this ground last year, the teams who gave a target of less than 170 have not got a single win. That is, chasing a target of less than 170, the team batting later has won all the matches.

boundary: The total length of the field is 180 yards x 150 yards. The length of the field at square leg and deep point is 67 to 74 meters. At the same time, the length of the field at Behind Square i.e. fine leg, long leg and third man is 60 to 62 meters. The length of the field at the front of square i.e. covers, extra cover and deep mid-wicket is 75 to 80 meters.

Narendra Modi Stadium Pitch Report

The stadium has five black clay pitches and six red clay pitches. Black clay pitches give better bounce than red clay pitches. Black clay pitches dry up quickly and help spinners or slow bowlers. It is quite easy to score runs in the pitch of Narendra Modi Stadium. A good pitch and a sharp outfield mean the batsmen can play some good shots. The new ball can help the bowlers.



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