Queen’s Sports Club details, pitch, report

Queens Sports Club

Queen’s Sports Club, Zimbabwe’s second largest stadium after Harare Sports Club, is a must-see for every traveling team. Queen’s Stadium is located in the middle of the city which covered by trees that makes a shadow for the fans. Much of the ground is grass banking, and its capacity of 9000 is more than adequate to meet demand. In October 1994, QSC became Zimbabwe’s third Test venue.

Queens Sports Club Ground is a stadium in the Zimbabwean city of Bulawayo. It is mostly used for cricket matches.

Queens Sports Club Stadium Capacity

The stadium has a capacity of 13,000 people. The Matabeleland Tuskers, the current Logan Cup champions, play their home games at the stadium. The Bulawayo Athletic Club is the city’s other cricket ground.

The Queen’s Sports Club is Zimbabwe’s second stadium, following the Harare Sports Club. It is located near the city center and is one of the most scenic international cricket facilities, with a historic pavilion surrounded by trees that provide shade to fans. Much of the ground is grass banking, and its capacity of 13,000 is more than adequate to meet demand. In October 1994, Queens Sports Club became Zimbabwe’s third Test site. Zimbabwe’s national cricket team has enjoyed a lot of success at this stadium, defeating teams like England, West Indies, Australia, Pakistan, and the formerly weak Bangladesh. However, in recent years, it has become a terrifying stadium for the locals. In recent decades, however, it has been a haunting stadium for the locals, as it was here that Zimbabwe succumbed to lower-ranked Afghanistan.

After electrical equipment was struck by lightning during a Currie Cup match between Eastern Province and Rhodesia in 1954/55, the scorers’ box became a cloud of smoke and sparkles.

Queens Athletic Club Report on the Pitch in Bulawayo

After more than 5 years, the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo is hosting a Test match, and the previous Test was also between these two teams. This is a typical Test match track, where batting is easiest on the first few days and becomes more difficult as the matches go.

The pacers will undoubtedly enjoy bowling in the early overs, but after surviving the first spell, the batsmen will relish their time on the first two days. Batting will get more difficult as the contests proceed. The pacers will dominate the first two innings, with the spinners coming into action in the third.

The average first inning score here is 309 runs, while the average fourth-inning score is 178 runs. With all of this in mind, both captains will almost certainly opt to bat first if they win the toss.

Weather Forecast for Zimbabwe vs. West Indies

Clouds and thunderstorms are possible for all five days of the Test. There’s a probability of rain, which might cause delays and disruptions. Temperatures should be approximately 27 degrees Celsius.

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Written by J Banerjee

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