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The Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium at Kochi, unusual for a cricket ground in India in that it is the home ground not just of the Kerala state Ranji team but also of the football club FC Kochi, has a reputation of being a batsman's paradise: in the first four games there were three totals in excess of 300, and five individual hundreds. But if there's a bowler who'd like to take the pitch here and carry it around with him wherever he goes, it's Sachin Tendulkar, who has taken both his five-wicket hauls in ODIs here. Architecturally the stadium is distinctive, with giant convex floodlight pylons arching over the ground, over stands consisting of several tiers, making for a furnace-like effect when the ground is at all of its 60,000-strong capacity. Plans are afoot to build some kind of roof over the stands to protect spectators, and the Kerala Cricket Association (KCA) also has plans for making a bid for Test status for the venue, which is owned by the Greater Cochin Development Authority (GCDA). (Chandrahas Choudhury)

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Groundstaff trying to dry the outfield a day ahead of the first ODI, Kochi, October 16, 2010
Groundstaff trying to dry the outfield in Kochi
The covers are on ahead of the first ODI, Kochi, October 16, 2010
The covers are on in Kochi ahead of the first ODI
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An artist's depiction of proceedings, India v England, 4th ODI, Kochi, April 6 2006
An artist's depiction of proceedings
India v Zimbabwe,  3rd One Day International, Nehru Stadium, Kochi, 13 March 2002
Mohammad Kaif in action during his innings of 56
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