Movie prime

Top 10 Highest Team Scores in ODI Cricket

Top 10 Highest Team Scores in ODI Cricket

Today's batsmen's aggressive mentality, particularly in One-Day Internationals, has made massive team scores more frequent in cricket. The top ten team totals in One-Day International (ODI) cricket demonstrate how batting ability has developed over time.

Netherlands vs. England (2022): 498/4
In One-Day Internationals, England broke their record with a 498/4 against the Netherlands. Phil Salt's 122, Dawid Malan's 125, and Jos Buttler's 162* off 70 balls all contributed to this unprecedented score.

Australia against. England (2018): 481/6
Against Australia, England scored 481/6, a world record. With scores of 147 from Alex Hales, 139 from Johnny Bairstow, and 67 from Eoin Morgan, England won resoundingly by 242 runs.

Pakistan vs. England (2016): 444/3
England defeated Pakistan 444/3 thanks to their aggressive style of play. With scores of 171 from Alex Hales, 90 from Jos Butler, and 57 from Eoin Morgan, the team won handily by 169 runs.

Netherlands vs. Sri Lanka (2006): 443/9
Against the Netherlands, Sri Lanka scored 443/9 thanks to scores of 153 from Sanath Jayasuriya and 117* from Tillakaratne Dilshan. The outcome of this outstanding effort was a 195-run victory.

South Africa vs. West Indies(2015): 439/2
439/2 AB de Villiers' century-making 149 off 44 balls was the driving force behind South Africa's victory. They triumphed by 148 runs, helped along by Hashim Amla's 153 and Rilee Rossouw's 128*.

Australia versus. South Africa (2006): 438/9
South Africa achieved a remarkable run chase, hitting 438/9 to catch up to Australia's 434. One wicket victory was achieved because of Herschelle Gibbs' 175 and Mark Boucher's 50*.

India versus. South Africa (2015): 438/4
With hundreds from De Kock, Du Plessis, and De Villiers, South Africa finished with a score of 438/4. They won their first bilateral series in India, defeating India by 214 runs.

South Africa vs. Australia (2006): 434/4
Against South Africa, Australia won 434/4 thanks to Ricky Ponting's 164. In an exciting match, they lost by one wicket despite the enormous total.

Zimbabwe vs. South Africa (2006): 418/5
With a blistering 147 from Mark Boucher, South Africa's 418/5 saw them easily defeat Zimbabwe by 171 runs.

West Indies vs. India (2011): 418/5
India defeated the West Indies by 153 runs thanks to Virender Sehwag's 219, which helped India reach 418/5 and win the ODI series.