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Day/Date Time Match Teams Venue Sat, 21 Sep 08:00 pm Group A Match 1 Rajasthan Royals vs Mumbai Indians Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur Sun, 22 Sep 04:00 pm Group B Match 2 Brisbane Heat vs Trinidad and Tobago JSCA International Cricket Stadium, Ranchi Sun, 22 Sep 08:00 pm Group B Match 3 Chennai Super Kings vs Titans JSCA International Cricket Stadium, Ranchi Mon, 23 Sep 04:00 pm Group A Match 4 Highveld Lions vs Perth Scorchers Sardar Patel Stadium Motera, Ahmedabad Mon, 23 Sep 08:00 pm Group A Match 5 Mumbai Indians vs TBC Sardar Patel Stadium Motera, Ahmedabad Tue, 24 Sep 04:00 pm Group B Match 6 Titans vs Brisbane Heat Punjab C.
The Millennium Stadium will also host two quarter-finals and another four pool matches, it was announced yesterday as the venues for the Rugby World Cup were confirmed.
That is one question that was answered in my first trip to Cardiff's landmark, Millennium Stadium.
The 49ers have been at this stadium deal for nine years now.
After an average regular season game, Harvard's normal team of 200 "sweepers and pickers" would take about four hours to comb the Stadium top to bottom, collecting from 10 to 12 tons of refuse left in the stands by fans.
Reading High has played football in Shirk Stadium for three-quarters of a century.
This changes to reassurance as you are scooped up into the circulation spaces which run between stadium and ETFE skin.
It also has the sole distinction of being the only stadium in history to host a World Series, an NFL Super Bowl and the collegiate Bowl Championship Series (BCS).
Hays High School, the decision to revamp its football stadium was simple: it was literally against the wall.
30am Australia v Argentina(ITV1) Telstra Stadium, Sydney
Estadio Azteca, Latin Americas second-largest soccer stadium and the third largest in the world.
Reginald Rutledge's fingers are scraped and cut from logging some serious stadium hours.
President Bush, who owes his fortune to his piece of a publicly funded stadium in Texas, is so eager to get the national pastime back in town that he's hosting monthly tee-ball games in his backyard (it's like the Senators never left
Striding down a corridor in the building's upper level, Checketts opens a plain metal door that could pass for a janitor's closet, and hustles up a 15-foot ladder into perhaps the most secluded spot in the stadium - a narrow, private box near the ceiling, where dozens of pennants hang commemorating the championships of the Rangers and basketball's New York Knicks.