Virat Kohli missed his 49th ODI century at the HPCA, Dharamshala Stadium by just five runs. Fans are hoping that Virat will get equal to the Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar’s record of most ODI centuries in the upcoming 2023 ODI World Cup match against England.
The 29th ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup match of Ind vs Eng is set for a venue at Bharat Ratna Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Stadium in Lucknow. Which was built in 2017 and named after the Late honorary India’s Prime Minister Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ji.
This stadium has not established any long history in the International cricket format. However, this is not a strange battleground for King Kohli who once played an IPL match in the 2023 season.
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Let’s have a look at the stats and records of Virat Kohli at the Ekana Cricket Stadium across all formats
Virat Kohli Stats in Ekana Cricket Stadium Across All Formats
The overall Virat Kohli stats and records for the Ekana Stadium in all the cricket formats are down below.
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Virat Kohli T20 (IPL) Stats in Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow
Virat Kohli only played one IPL match for the Royal Challengers Banglore (RCB) against the Lucknow Super Giants at the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana stadium in Lucknow.
In this IPL 2023 match, Virat Kohli scored 31 runs on 30 balls at the 103.33 strike rate.
Virat Kohli ODI Stats in Ekana Cricket Stadium
Virat hasn’t played any ODI in this Lucknow Stadium. Before this stadium was built K. D. Babu Sigh Stadium was used to host the International cricket match.
This 29th ODI between India and England will be the first one-day match of Virat Kohli in the Ekana Stadium. Also, Ekana Stadium hasn’t hosted any test match for India yet.
The team India has already arrived at their destination hotels. There is still time for the match but hundreds of fans are waiting outside the hotels and Ekana Stadium just so they can see a glimpse of their beloved batter Virat Kohli.
The IND vs ENG is set to air on Sunday, 29 October at 2 p.m.