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List of One Day International cricket records

Posted by wildkiwi25 on December 11, 2008

Here is an assortment of some of the One Day International cricket records. They are recent at the time of writing this article/post and could obviously change after this post.

Most consecutive wins:

Rank: 1
No# of wins: 21
Country: Australia
Period: 11 January 2003 to 24 May 2003

Rank: 2
No# of wins: 12
Countries: Pakistan and South Africa
Period(s): 18 November 2007 to 8 June 2008 (Pakistan)
13 February 2005 to 30 October 2005 (South Africa)

Rank: 4
No# of wins: 11
Countries: West Indies and Australia
Period(s):4 June 1984 to 2 February 1985(West Indies)
14 March 2007 to 28 April 2007(Australia)

Most consecutive defeats:
Rank: 1
No# of defeats: 23
Country: Bangladesh
Period: 8 October 1999 to 9 October 2002

Rank: 2
No# of defeats: 22
Country: Bangladesh
Period: 31 March 1986 to 14 May 1998

Rank: 3
No# of defeats: 18
Countries: Bangladesh and Zimbabwe
Period(s): 22 February 2003 to 12 November 2003 (Bangladesh)
11 June 1983 to 14 March 1992 (Zimbabwe)

Rank: 5
No# of defeats: 17
Country: Zimbabwe
Period: 20 April 2004 to 5 December 2004

Highest innings totals:
Rank: 1
Score: 443-9 (50 overs)
Teams: SRI LANKA v The Netherlands
Venue: Amstelveen, Netherlands
Season: 2006

Rank: 2
Score: 438-9 (49.5 overs)
Teams: SOUTH AFRICA v Australia
Venue: Johannesburg, South Africa
Season: 2005-06

Rank: 3
Score: 434-4 (50 overs)
Teams: AUSTRALIA v South Africa (match report)
Venue: Johannesburg, South Africa
Season: 2005-06

Rank: 4
Score: 418-5 (50 overs)
Teams: SOUTH AFRICA v Zimbabwe
Venue: Potchefstroom, South Africa
Season: 2006

Rank: 5
Score: 413-5 (50 overs)
Teams: INDIA v Bermuda
Venue: Port of Spain, West Indies
Season: 2007

Lowest team totals:
Rank: 1
Score: 35 (18 overs)
Teams: ZIMBABWE v Sri Lanka
Venue: Harare, Zimbabwe
Season: 2004

Rank: 2
Score: 36 (18.4 overs)
Teams: CANADA v Sri Lanka
Venue: Paarl, South Africa
Season: 2002-03

Rank: 3
Score: 38 (15.4 overs)
Teams: ZIMBABWE v Sri Lanka
Venue: Colombo, Sri Lanka
Season: 2001-02

Rank: 4
Score: 43 (19.5 overs)
Teams: PAKISTAN v West Indies
Venue: Cape Town, South Africa
Season: 1992-93

Rank: 5
Score: 45 (14 overs)
Teams: NAMIBIA v Australia
Venue: Potchefstroom, South Africa
Season: 2002-03

Individual records (batting):
-(Highest individual score)
Rank: 1
Score: 194
Player: Saeed Anwar (Pakistan)
Teams: Pakistan v India
Venue: Chennai, India
Season: 1996-97

Rank: 2
Score: 189 not out
Player: Viv Richards (West Indies)
Teams: West Indies v England
Venue: Manchester, England
Season: 1984

Rank: 3
Score: 189
Player: Sanath Jayasuriya (Sri Lanka)
Teams: Sri Lanka v India
Venue: Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Season: 2000-01

Rank: 4
Score: 188 not out
Player: Gary Kirsten (South Africa)
Teams: South Africa v United Arab Emirates
Venue: Rawalpindi, Pakistan
Season: 1995-96

Rank: 5
Score: 186 not out
Player: Sachin Tendulkar (India)
Teams: India v New Zealand
Venue: Hyderabad, India
Season: 1999-00

Individual records (bowling):

– (Best figures in a match)
Rank: 1
Bowling: 8-19
Player: Chaminda Vaas (Sri Lanka)
Teams: Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe
Venue: Colombo, Sri Lanka
Season: 2001-02

Rank: 2
Bowling: 7-15
Player: Glenn McGrath (Australia)
Teams: Australia v Namibia
Venue: Potchefstroom, South Africa
Season: 2002-03

Rank: 3
Bowling: 7-20
Player: Andy Bichel (Australia)
Teams: Australia v England
Venue: Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Season: 2002-03

Rank: 4
Bowling: 7-30
Player: Muttiah Muralitharan (Sri Lanka)
Teams: Sri Lanka v India
Venue: Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Season: 2000-01

Rank: 5
Bowling: 7-36
Player: Waqar Younis (Pakistan)
Teams: Pakistan v England
Venue: Leeds, England
Season: 2001

For more information on cricket records feel free to explore these links:

  • Cricket statistics
  • List of Test cricket records
  • List of List A cricket records
  • List of Cricket World Cup records
  • O.D.I Stats on Cricinfo.com
  • O.D.I Stats on Cricketarchive.com
  • O.D.I Record on Cricket-records.com
  • Howstat.com
  • Cricmania.com
  • Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack
  • ICC website (including fixtures)

    *Acknowledgements to Wikipedia.org and owners of pictures and videos used.

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