ODIs Hosted by HCA

One Day Internationals at Hyderabad

Hyderabad Cricket Association has so far hosted 19 one day internationals (ODI). Before the advent of Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium (RGICS), all international matches hosted by HCA were played at Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium that belongs to the State Sports Authorities. 13 out of 19 ODIs at Hyderabad were played at this stadium. Since 2005, RGICS hosted 6 ODIs. All ODI matches at Hyderabad are tabulated below with scorecards.

Sachin Tendulkar hold the record for highest individual score at Hyderabad with 186* against New Zealand in 1999-00. In the same match Sachin and Dravid created a record partnership for any wicket by scoring 331 runs between them.

Youraj Singh on his way to his second century at Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium against Australia. He scored 121 runs. His first century here was against South Africa when he scored 103 runs.

Andrew Symonds was adjudged the Man of the Match in India V Australia ODI played at the RGICS on 5th October 2007. He scored 89 runs of 67 balls. Australia won this match by a magin of 47 runs.

S.#
Date
Toss
Teams & Scores
Won by
Captains
19
02-03-19
Australia
Australia
236/7 (50 overs)
India
240-4 (48.2 Overs)

India
won by 6
wickets

V Kohli (Ind)
Aaron Finch (Aus)
Man of the Match
Kedar Jadhav

18
09-11-14
Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka
242 AO (48.2)
India
245-4 (44.1)

India
won by 6
wickets

V Kohli (Ind)
AD Mathews (SL)
Man of the Match
Mahela Jayawardene

17
14-10-11
India
India
300-7(50)
England
174(36.1)

India won by
126 runs

MS Dhoni (Ind)
A. Cook (Eng)
Man of the Match
Mahindra Singh Dhoni

16
05-11-09
Australia
Australia
350-4(50)
India
347-all out (49.4)
Australia won
by 3 Runs
MS Dhoni (Ind)
Ricky Ponting(Aus)
Man of the Match
Sachin Tendulkar (Ind)

15
05.10.07
Australia
Australia
290-7(50)
India
243-all out (47.4)
Australia won by 47 Runs
MS Dhoni (Ind)
Ricky Ponting(Aus)
Man of the Match
Andrew Symonds (Aus)

14
16.11.05
S.Africa
S-Africa
252-5(48.5)
India
249-9(50)
South Africa won by 5 wkts
GC Smith(SA)
Rahul Dravid(I)
Man of the Match
Yuvraj Singh(I)

13
16.03.02
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
240/8(50)
India
244/5(48.1)

India won by 5 wkts

S.V.Carlisle(NZ)
S.C.Ganguly(I)
Man of the Match
Yuvraj Singh(I)

12
8.11.99
India
India
376/2(50)
N-Zealand
202 (33.1)

India won by174 runs

S.R.Tendulkar(I)
S.P.Fleming(NZ)
Man of the Match
S.R.Tendulkar(I)

11
17.05.98
Kenya
Kenya
236 (49)
Bangladesh
237/4(48)

Bangladesh won by 6 wkts

Asif Karim (K)
Akram Khan (B)
Man of the Match
Mohammad Rafique (Ban)

10
20.05.97
Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka
214 (48.3)
N-Zealand
162 (44.5)

Sri Lanka won by 52 runs

A.Ranatunga (SL)
S.P.Fleming (NZ)
Man of the Match
R.S.Kaluwitharana(SL)

9
17.10.96
S.Africa
S-Africa
261-7(50)
India
214 (46.3)

South Africa won by 47 runs

W.J.Cronje(SA)
S.R.Tendulkar(I)
Man of the Match
G.Kirsten(SA)

8
16.02.96
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
151-9(50)
West Indies
155-4(29.3)

West Indies won by 6 wkts

A.Flower (Z)
R.B.Richardson(WI)
Man of the Match
C.E.L.Ambrose(WI)

S.#
Date
Toss
Teams & Scores
Won by
Captains
7
18.02.94
India
Sri Lanka
226-7(50)
India
227-3(48.2)

India won by 7 wkts

A.Ranatunga(SL)
M.Azharuddin(I)
Man of the Match
M.Prabhakar(I)

6
21.11.93
W.Indies
West Indies
233-9(50)
Zimbabwe
99 (36.3)

West Indies won by 134 runs

R.B.Richardson(WI)
A.Flower (Z)
Man of the Match
D.L.Haynes (WI)

5
19.10.89
Australia
Australia
242-3(50)
England
243-3(47.3)

England won by 7 wkts.

A.R.Border(A)
G.A.Gooch (E)
Man of the Match
W.Larkins(E)

4
10.10.87
Zimbabwe
N-Zealand
242-7(50)
Zimbabwe
239 (49.4)

New Zealand won by 3 runs

J.J.Crowe (NZ)
A.J.Traicos(Z)
Man of the Match
D.L.Houghton(Z)

3
20.03.87
Pakiatan
India
212-6(44)
Pakistan
212-7(44)

India won on fewer wkts

Imran Khan (P)
Kapil Dev(I)
Man of the Match
Not awarded

2
24.09.86
India
Australia
242-6(47)
India
41-1(10.4)

No Result

A.R.Border(A)
Kapil Dev(I)
Man of the Match
Not awarded

1
11.09.83
India
Pakistan
151-8(46)
India
152-6(43)

India won by 4 wkts

Zaheer Abbas(P)
Kapil Dev(I)
Man of the Match
M.Amarnath(I)

Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium at Hyderabad

In the 21st century, thanks to the efforts of Mr.N.S.Yadav, Hon.Secretary at HCA ,2000-09, Hyderabad now boasts of an exclusive state-of-the-art cricket venue which hosts international matches in style befitting the great game of cricket at par with any venue of international repute, anywhere in the world.
Initially it was christianed "Visaka International Cricket Stadium" and later in 2005 it was renamed "The Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium (RGICS)".

From the date of its inauguration till July 2022, RGICS hosted

  • 6 Test Matches
  • 6 One Day International Matches
  • 2 T20 International Matches
  • Several First Class Matches