BPL 2023: Sylhet International Cricket Stadium Sylhet Capacity, Records, Weather Conditions, Pitch Report, Boundary Length, T20 Record, Location, Capacity

In the first match, the Indian side dominated, with Yashasvi Jaiswal and Abhimanyu Easwaran scoring hundreds and stitching a superb opening partnership of 283 runs. The side’s pacers made excellent use of the conditions in the first innings, while Saurabh Kumar’s spin bowling stole the show in the second.

Bangladesh comfortably lost the first match, and they will have to fight well above their weight in order to win this one. There are several excellent players on the team, and it will be intriguing to see how they perform in this game. The second unofficial test of the two-match series between India A and Bangladesh A will be held at Sylhet International Cricket Stadium.

Stadium details

Capacity  13,533
Floodlights  Yes, 2013
Home team  Sylhet Division
Current local time  17:40, Tue Dec 27, 2022 (UTC +0600)

Stadium pitch report

The surface at Sylhet International Cricket Stadium is a classic subcontinent track that will be fantastic to bat on in the early days before becoming sluggish and low as the game progresses. This course is well-known for its slowness, which was visible in the Women’s Asia Cup 2022 as well.

The winter season is approaching, and there will almost certainly be some dampness on the pitch. Pacers will be able to swing the new ball in the first few overs. If the hitters can get through the opening difficult spells with the new ball, this track will be great for putting up high totals.

The track will wear and tear as the match progresses, and the spinners will enter the picture. The average first-inning test score in this city is 282 runs, while the average fourth-inning score is 169 runs. Both captains will almost certainly choose to bat first if they win the toss in Sylhet.

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