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Mahindra Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium

Mahindra Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium is located in Sri Lanka in the Hambantota area. This is the newest international cricket stadium in the country, built in the year of 2010. It can accommodate 35000 spectators during a match. Sri Lankan Cricket is the owner and operator of the stadium. The first one day of this ground was played in December 9, 2010 between Sri Lanka and West indies. The stadium was actually set up for 2011 world cup.

Sri Lanka along with India and Bangladesh will host the forthcoming world cup 2011. Mahindra Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium will host two matches in this world cup. The details of 2011 world cup schedule are given below:
  • 20 February - Sri Lanka Vs Canada
  • 23 February - Kenya Vs Pakistan
Floodlights are there on this stadium, which make this stadium suitable for day and night matches. There are two ends of this ground: Thanamalwila End and Sooriyawewa End. The curator of the stadium is Ravi Dissanayake.

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Last Updated on 01 April 2011

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