Australia Tour of India Series Cricket Stadiums

 

Reliance Stadium Reliance Stadium, Vadodara 
Also or formerly known as Indian Petrochemicals Corporation Ltd Sports Complex Ground
Home team Baroda
Current local time 12:41, Thu Oct 22, 2009 (UTC +0530)
Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur 
Capacity 45,000
End names Secretary End, Pavilon End
Current local time 12:44, Thu Oct 22, 2009 (UTC +0530)
Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium

Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi 
Also or formerly known as Willingdon Pavilion
Established 1883
End names Stadium End, Pavilion End
Home team Delhi
Current local time 12:46, Thu Oct 22, 2009 (UTC +0530)


  

Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh 
Established 1993
Floodlights Yes
End names Pavilion End, City End
Home team Punjab
Curator Daljit Singh
Current local time 12:46, Thu Oct 22, 2009 (UTC +0530)
Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad 
Also or formerly known as Visaka International Cricket Stadium Ground
Established 2004
Named after Rajiv Gandhi
Floodlights Six towers, completed April 7, 2008
End names Pavilion End, North End
Home team Hyderabad (India)
Current local time 12:45, Thu Oct 22, 2009 (UTC +0530)
Nehru Stadium, Guwahati Nehru Stadium, Guwahati
Established 1962
Capacity 22,000 to 25,000
Floodlights Yes
End names Pavilion End, Railway End
Home team Assam
Other sports Football (Santosh Trophy)
Current local time 12:44, Thu Oct 22, 2009 (UTC +0530)
Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai
Established 1937
Named after Lord Brabourne, Governor of Bombay
Capacity 20,000
Floodlights Yes
End names Pavilion End, Church Gate End
Home team Mumbai
Current local time 12:43, Thu Oct 22, 2009 (UTC +0530)