|First Test||India v West Indies, 10-14, Dec 1994|
|Last Test||India v England, 26-29, Nov 2016|
|First ODI||India v South Africa, 20-Nov-1993|
|Last ODI||India v Sri Lanka, 13-Dec-2017|
|First T20I||India v Sri Lanka, 12-Dec-2009|
|Last T20I||India v Australia, 27-Mar-2016|
|Date & time||Detail|
10 Mar 2019 D/N
13:30 local | 08:00 GMT
4th ODI - India v Australia
The Punjab Cricket Association Stadium is one of the deluxe cricket grounds in India. The stadium is situated in Mohali, near Chandigarh in Punjab. The stadium was built in the year 1993 and rupees 25 crores were invested in its building. The stadium took over three years for its construction and possesses a maximum capability of 28,000 audience at a time.
When India took on the West Indies in a Test match back in 1994, the wicket was improving fast. The Windies pacers took improvement of it to thump India by 243 runs. Even when Australia played the Caribbean group in the 1996 World Cup, the wicket offered good carry and bounce for the pacers. Yet, since then, it has slowed down and has turned out to be a good wicket for batting. Even scores of over 180 have been chased down in the history IPL at the background.
The stadium is owned by the Punjab Cricket Association. The bowl has its tenants as an Indian Cricket team, Punjab Cricket team and Kings XI Punjab in Indian Premier League. The squad consists of two goals and they are Pavilion End and The City End. It is a world-class stadium, identified for high-quality practice wickets and good viewer facilities