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Middle Income Group Ground
Ground information
LocationBandra, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Coordinates19°03′29.6″N 72°50′53.7″E / 19.058222°N 72.848250°E / 19.058222; 72.848250Coordinates: 19°03′29.6″N 72°50′53.7″E / 19.058222°N 72.848250°E / 19.058222; 72.848250
Establishment1996
Capacityn/a
Ownern/a
Operatorn/a
TenantsMumbai
International information
First WODI16 December 1997:
 Australia v  Denmark
Last WODI13 February 2013:
 West Indies v  Australia
As of 8 December 2019
Source: Cricinfo

Middle Income Group Ground is a cricket ground in Bandra, Mumbai. The ground was host of the Women's World Cups in 1997 and 2013.

Overview

In 1997, the ground hosted a match between the Australia and Danish women's team. The match came into the limelight when Belinda Clark scored the first double century in international ODI cricket and the highest in Women's ODI cricket. She scored unbeaten 229 off 155 with 22 boundaries. The match was won by Australia Women's Cricket Team by 369 runs.

In 2013, the hosted two matches between Sri Lanka Women and West Indies and then Australia and West Indies. The ground also hosted two warm-up match.

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