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Providence Stadium Guyana, West Indies

Providence StadiumProvidence

Also or formerly known as Guyana National Stadium
Established 2006
Capacity 15,000
Flood Light Yes
End Name Media Centre End, Pavillion End

Records and statistics
First TestWest Indies v Sri Lanka, 22-26, Mar 2008
Last TestWest Indies v Pakistan, 12-15, May 2011
First ODISri Lanka v South Africa, 28-Mar-2007
Last ODIWest Indies v India, 08-Aug-2019
First T20ISri Lanka v New Zealand, 30-Apr-2010
Last T20IWest Indies v Pakistan, 03-Aug-2021
Ground Fixtures
Date & time Detail
07 Jul 2022
13:30 local | 17:30 GMT
3rd T20I - West Indies v Bangladesh
10 Jul 2022
09:30 local | 13:30 GMT
1st ODI - West Indies v Bangladesh
13 Jul 2022
09:30 local | 13:30 GMT
2nd ODI - West Indies v Bangladesh
16 Jul 2022
09:30 local | 13:30 GMT
3rd ODI - West Indies v Bangladesh

The Providence Stadium is a sports stadium in Guyana, replacing Bourda as the national stadium located about 9km south of the capital, Georgetown. The stadium was built specifically to host Super Eight matches in the 2007 Cricket World Cup, held in March and April 2007.

The stadium hosted six World Cup matches between 28 March and 9 April in 2007, most notably the match between Sri Lanka and South Africa in which Sri Lankan fast bowler Lasith Malinga became the first bowler in international cricket history to take four wickets in four consecutive balls.

The Guyana stadium can hold 15,000 seats. Built on the banks of the Demerara River, it is designed to be the largest stadium in Guyana. India provided loans and grants for the construction of the stadium.

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