M. Chinnaswamy Stadium
The M. Chinnaswamy Stadium is one of the premier cricket stadiums in India. Flanked by the picturesque Cubbon Park and the uptown MG Road, this three-decade-old stadium is situated in the heart of the city of Bangalore.
Formerly known as the Karnataka State Cricket Association stadium the ground was later rechristened in tribute to Mr. M. Chinnaswamy, who had served the KSCA for four decades and was also president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) from 1977-1980.
The stadium has a capacity of 55,000 and regularly hosts Test match cricket, One Day Internationals and other First-class cricket matches including the Indian Premier League and is home to the Bangalore Royal Challengers.
Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium
The Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium was built on the site of an 3rd century B.C fortress built by Sultan Ferozshah Tughlaq to house his version of Delhi city called Ferozabad.
The first match was played on November 10, 1948. Anil Kumble took 10 wickets in an innings on this ground in 1999, only the second time this feat has been achieved in test cricket. It underwent renovations in 2005.
The stadium is owned by the Delhi District Cricket Association and is the home venue of the Delhi DareDevils of the Indian Premier League.
Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium
The Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium is the principal cricket stadium in Hyderabad and is the home ground of the Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA) and the Deccan Chargers. The stadium is located in Uppal which is in the eastern suburb of the city. It has a capacity of 40,000 spectators.
The previous capacity was 55,000, however it has been reduced to 40,000 for the Indian Premier League matches.
The ends are named Pavilion End and North End.