Author : A Smith | Created : 2022-08-03 14:58:00
The Brabourne Stadium, which was earlier known as the Breach Candy Ground, is a cricket ground in Mumbai owned by the Cricket Club of India (CCI). It is located in front of the sea and has hosted many international matches. The stadium was built in 1878 and renovated in 2004 for hosting the ICC World Cup matches. It also houses several other sporting facilities including tennis courts, swimming pools and badminton courts.
No one can deny that the pitch in Brabourne Stadium is known to be a batting pitch. The weather conditions have been pleasant since the start of this cricket season, which has helped make sure that the pitch remains consistent. However, there is no denying that it is not known to be a turning wicket either. In fact, it's more likely than not that you'll see a lot of runs scored on this surface because of its reputation as being an excellent batting surface and good conditions in general.
The weather forecast for the day of the match is 20 degrees Celsius with a humidity of 60% and wind speed of 10-15 kmph. The cloud cover will be around 10%.
You can expect this pitch to provide some help to the bowlers on the first two days. But it will offer turn on the third day, making batting difficult.
The weather is always a pleasant one and provides good conditions for batting as well as bowling.
The weather in Mumbai is always pleasant and there are very few days when the match gets stalled because of rain. The stadium is surrounded by trees but it has ample space for fans and spectators to sit comfortably.