Cardiff Wales Stadium

first_img India Today Web Desk CardiffMay 27, 2019UPDATED: May 28, 2019 17:15 IST Cardiff Wales Stadium (Getty Images)The Cardiff Wales Stadium which is also called the Sophia Gardens – named after the wife of the Marquis of But.The Cardiff Wales Stadium is also the only stadium not in England, has hosted matches the last two editions of the ICC Champions Trophy in England, as well as the ICC Cricket World Cup in 1999.The Cardiff Wales Stadium, home of Glamorgan County Cricket Club and Welsh Cricket, will host four fixtures at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, adding to the sole World Cup game played in 1999. That match was the international fixture at the ground where the trans-Tasman rivals Australia and New Zealand faced-off.The Cardiff Wales Stadium was also the seat of the 2017ICC Champions Trophy semi-final thriller between Pakistan and England.Capacity: 5500 (15,000 after redevelopment)Known as: The SWALEC StadiumEnds: River Taff End, Cathedral Road EndLocation: Cardiff, WalesICC Cricket World Cup 2019 matches -15:00 IST: NZ vs SL, Match 315:00 IST: AFG vs SL, Match 715:00 IST: Eng vs BAN, Match 1218:00 IST: RSA vs AFG, Match 21STATS – ODITotal matches: 24Matches won batting first: 6Matches won bowling first: 14Average 1st Inns scores: 227Average 2nd Inns scores: 216Highest total recorded: 342/8 (50 Ov) by Eng vs AUSLowest total recorded: 138/10 (37.5 Ov) by SL vs NZHighest score chased: 304/6 (48.2 Ov) by PAK vs EngLowest score defended: 169/10 (23.3 Ov) by Eng vs NZFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAnita Jat Tags :Follow 2019 World CupFollow Cardiff Wales Stadium Cardiff Wales StadiumWorld Cup 2019: The Cardiff Wales Stadium is also the only stadium not in England, has hosted matches the last two editions of the ICC Champions Trophy in England, as well as the ICC Cricket World Cup in 1999.advertisementlast_img read more