Most 400+ Scores In ODI By A Team
Most 400+ Runs in ODI By A Team: Cricket is a game of scoring big runs and winning the match. We have seen many one-day international matches where a team scores huge totals, which becomes impossible for another team to chase and they registered a victory by a huge margin.
England’s 498/4 might come into your mind, England batted first and set a total of 498 after losing just four wickets. It came against the Netherlands, in response, the Netherlands could only reach 266 in 49.4 overs and lost all their wickets. England registered a victory by a margin of 232 runs. This is the highest total in one-day international cricket, England created a record that day.
This was not the only one, there are many other high-scoring games that happened in the history of Cricket where teams scored 400+ runs in ODI.
South Africa leads the table of most 400+ runs in ODI by a team, they have scored 400+ runs 7 times followed by India scored 400+ runs on the board 6 times in the history of cricket. England is in the third position with 5 times four hundred-plus scores in ODI cricket.
There are 7 times who have achieved this milestone in ODI cricket, this includes South Africa, India, England, Sri Lanka, Australia, New Zealand, and Zimbabwe.
All 400+ Runs In ODI
Scoring 400+ runs in ODI isn’t an easy task, that’s why this milestone has been achieved only 24 times in the history of ODI Cricket. There are 7 times who scored 400+ runs at least once in ODI cricket history. South Africa scored the most (7) 400+ runs in a one-day international, followed by India 6 times 400+ scores.
Here is the complete list of all the 24 400 plus scores in ODI cricket…
|1||434/4 (50 overs)||Australia||South Africa||Johannesburg|
|2||438/9 (49.5 overs)||South Africa||Australia||Johannesburg|
|3||443/9 (50 overs)||Sri Lanka||Netherlands||Amstelveen|
|4||418/5 (50 overs)||South Africa||Zimbabwe||Potchefstroom|
|5||413/5 (50 overs)||India||Bermuda||Port of Spain|
|6||402/2 (50 overs)||New Zealand||Ireland||Aberdeen, Scotland|
|7||414/7 (50 overs)||India||Sri Lanka||Rajkot|
|8||411/8 (50 overs)||Sri Lanka||India||Rajkot|
|9||401/3 (50 overs)||India||South Africa||Gwalior|
|10||418/5 (50 overs)||India||West Indies||Indore|
|11||404/5 (50 overs)||India||Sri Lanka||Kolkata|
|12||439/2 (50 overs)||South Africa||West Indies||Johannesburg|
|13||408/5 (50 overs)||South Africa||West Indies||Sydney|
|14||411/4 (50 overs)||South Africa||Ireland||Canberra|
|15||417/6 (50 overs)||Australia||Afghanistan||Perth|
|16||408/9 (50 overs)||England||New Zealand||Birmingham|
|17||438/4 (50 overs)||South Africa||India||Mumbai|
|18||444/3 (50 overs)||England||Pakistan||Nottingham|
|19||481/6 (50 overs)||England||Australia||Nottingham|
|20||418/6 (50 overs)||England||West Indies||St George’s|
|21||498/4 (50 overs)||England||Netherlands||Amstelveen|
|22||409/8 (50 overs)||India||Bangladesh||Chittagong|
|23||408/6 (50 overs)||Zimbabwe||United States||Harare|
|24||416/5 (50 overs)||South Africa||Australia||Centurion|