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Nassau County International Stadium Ground Stats For PAK vs CAN T20 World Cup 2024 Match

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On Tuesday, June 11, Pakistan will take on Canada at the Nassau County International Stadium at 8:00 pm IST for the 22nd match of the T20 World Cup 2024. It is for the fourth straight day that the modular Stadium built solely for this World Cup will host a game. The article is written ahead of South Africa's clash against Bangladesh on June 10 which is also at the Nassau Stadium in New York. 

Talking about the two teams, Pakistan played at this venue on June 9 against India, where they suffered embarrassment. Notably, the bowlers had a great game against the Men in Blue and restricted the total to 119. However, the batters failed to chase down a low-target resulting in Pakistan's 2nd straight defeat. 

Canada too played their previous game at this venue, where they batted first and put 137 runs on the board, the highest total by any team at the Nassau County Stadium. After five games in New York, it is quite evident that the surface is favouring the bowlers, and the batters are expected to have a hard time scoring big runs in the upcoming match as well. Let's take a look at the stats for Nassau Stadium. 

Nassau County International Stadium ground stats

The surface at the Nassau County Stadium has favoured the pacers as seen in the five games with little assistance for spinners. The batters are struggling to read the ball due to uneven bounce and lateral movement. 

Out of the five matches, only Canada and India have won batting first. Thus, it is likely that the team which wins the toss would look to field first and chase the target.

Total Matches 5
Matches won batting first 2
Matches won batting Second 3
Highest team total 137/7 By Canada
Lowest team total77/10 By Sri Lanka
Average 1st innings score106
Average 2nd innings score 104

The stats provided in this article are before the start of the South Africa-Bangladesh match on June 10.