List of international cricket centuries at Arbab Niaz Stadium
Arbab Niaz Stadium have been hosted six Tests since 1995 when Pakistan played Sri Lanka for the first time. 15 One Day Internationals (ODIs) have been hosted, where the first of which was in 1984 when Pakistan played India.
Australian batsman Mark Taylor made first Test century at the ground, scoring 334 against Pakistan in 1998. The score still stands as the highest score seen at the ground. Overall, there are 7 Test centuries have been scored at the ground.
Five ODI centuries have been scored at the ground, and the first by South African Hansie Cronje who scored unbeaten 100 against Australia in 1994. The highest score at the ground is 117 made by Ijaz Ahmed against Australia in 1994.
- * denotes that the batsman was not out.
- Inns. denotes the number of the innings in the match.
- Balls denotes the number of balls faced in an innings.
- NR denotes that the number of balls was not recorded.
- Parentheses next to the player's score denotes his century number at Arbab Niaz Stadium.
- The column title Date refers to the date the match started.
- The column title Result refers to whether the player's team won
- The following table summarises the Test centuries scored at Arbab Niaz Stadium
|1||334*||Mark Taylor||Australia||564||1||Pakistan||15 October 1998||Drawn|
|2||116||Justin Langer||Australia||212||1||Pakistan||15 October 1998||Drawn|
|3||126||Saeed Anwar||Pakistan||564||2||Australia||15 October 1998||Drawn|
|4||155||Ijaz Ahmed||Pakistan||282||2||Australia||15 October 1998||Drawn|
|5||107||Neil Johnson||Zimbabwe||117||2||Pakistan||27 November 1998||Won|
|6||119||Javed Omar||Bangladesh||357||1||Pakistan||27 August 2003||Lost|
|7||102*||Mohammad Hafeez||Pakistan||144||4||Bangladesh||27 August 2003||Won|
One Day International centuries
- The following table summarises the One Day International centuries scored at Arbab Niaz Stadium.
|1||100*||Hansie Cronje||South Africa||124||1||Australia||24 October 1994||Lost|
|2||104*||Graham Hick||England||133||1||Netherlands||22 February 1996||Won|
|3||117||Ijaz Ahmed||Pakistan||105||1||Zimbabwe||3 November 1996||Won|
|4||100||Sachin Tendulkar||India||113||1||Pakistan||6 February 2006||Lost|
|5||101||Salman Butt||Pakistan||111||2||India||6 February 2006||Won|
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