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 One Day Internationals - Match Records and Statistics - Miscellaneous

Two or More Batsmen Scoring Centuries in the Same Innings  

  Players Country Innings Versus Ground Result Match
1 Zaheer Abbas (118)
Mohsin Khan (117*)
Pakistan 263/2 India Ibn-e-Qasim Bagh Stadium Pakistan won by 37 runs 17/12/1982
2 Javed Miandad (119*)
Zaheer Abbas (105)
Pakistan 252/3 India Gaddafi Stadium India won by 18 runs 31/12/1982
3 Richards, I V A (149)
Greenidge, C G (115)
West Indies 333/8 India Keenan Stadium West Indies won by 104 runs 07/12/1983
4 Gooch, G A (117*)
Gower, D I (102)
England 257/2 Australia Lord's England won by 8 wickets 03/06/1985
5 Boon, D C (111)
Marsh, G R (104)
Australia 250/3 India Sawai Mansingh Stadium India won by 7 wickets 07/09/1986
6 Richards, I V A (181)
Haynes, D L (105)
West Indies 360/4 Sri Lanka National Stadium (Karachi) West Indies won by 191 runs 13/10/1987
7 Ijaz Ahmed (124*)
Moin-Ul-Atiq (105)
Pakistan 284/3 Bangladesh MA Aziz Stadium Pakistan won by 173 runs 29/10/1988
8 Saeed Anwar (126)
Ramiz Raja (107*)
Pakistan 315/3 Sri Lanka Adelaide Oval Pakistan won by 27 runs 17/02/1990
9 Shastri, R J (109)
Manjrekar, S V (105)
India 287/4 South Africa Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium (Delhi) South Africa won by 8 wickets 14/11/1991
10 Inzamam-ul-Haq (117)
Saleem Malik (102)
Pakistan 271/4 Sri Lanka Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium Pakistan won by 117 runs 19/01/1992
11 Saeed Anwar (110)
Ramiz Raja (109*)
Pakistan 281/3 Sri Lanka Sharjah Cricket Stadium Pakistan won by 114 runs 04/02/1993
12 Asif Mujtaba (113*)
Saeed Anwar (107)
Pakistan 313/3 Sri Lanka Sharjah Cricket Stadium Pakistan won by 114 runs 30/10/1993
13 Inzamam-ul-Haq (137*)
Aamir Sohail (134)
Pakistan 328/2 New Zealand Sharjah Cricket Stadium Pakistan won by 62 runs 20/04/1994
14 Lara, B C (104)
Simmons, P V (103*)
West Indies 242/3 New Zealand Arnos Vale Ground West Indies won by 7 wickets 06/04/1996
15 Tendulkar, S R (118)
Sidhu, N S (101)
India 305/5 Pakistan Sharjah Cricket Stadium India won by 28 runs 15/04/1996
16 Cullinan, D J (124)
Rhodes, J N (121)
South Africa 321/8 Pakistan Gymkhana Club Ground South Africa won by 62 runs 29/09/1996
17 Saeed Anwar (115)
Shahid Afridi (102)
Pakistan 371/9 Sri Lanka Gymkhana Club Ground Pakistan won by 82 runs 04/10/1996
18 Hooper, C L (110*)
Lara, B C (102)
West Indies 284/3 Australia Brisbane Cricket Ground West Indies won by 7 wickets 05/01/1997
19 Jadeja, A (119)
Azharuddin, M (111*)
India 300/7 Sri Lanka R Premadasa Stadium Sri Lanka won by 2 runs 17/08/1997
20 Otieno, K O (144)
Chudasama, D N (122)
Kenya 347/3 Bangladesh Gymkhana Club Ground Kenya won by 150 runs 10/10/1997
21 Jayasuriya, S T (134*)
de Silva, P A (102*)
Sri Lanka 281/2 Pakistan Gaddafi Stadium Sri Lanka won by 8 wickets 05/11/1997
22 Saeed Anwar (140)
Ijaz Ahmed (117)
Pakistan 314/5 India Bangabandhu National Stadium India won by 3 wickets 18/01/1998
23 Azharuddin, M (153*)
Jadeja, A (116*)
India 301/3 Zimbabwe Barabati Stadium India won by 32 runs 09/04/1998
24 Tendulkar, S R (128)
Ganguly, S C (109)
India 307/6 Sri Lanka R Premadasa Stadium India won by 6 runs 07/07/1998
25 Ponting, R T (124*)
Gilchrist, A C (103)
Australia 316/4 Pakistan Gaddafi Stadium Australia won by 6 wickets 10/11/1998
26 Ijaz Ahmed (111)
Mohammad Yousuf (100)
Pakistan 315/8 Australia Gaddafi Stadium Australia won by 6 wickets 10/11/1998
27 Chanderpaul, S (150)
Hooper, C L (108)
West Indies 292/9 South Africa Buffalo Park West Indies won by 43 runs 24/01/1999
28 Ganguly, S C (130*)
Dravid, R (116)
India 287/4 Sri Lanka Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground India won by 80 runs 22/03/1999
29 Tendulkar, S R (140*)
Dravid, R (104*)
India 329/2 Kenya County Ground (Bristol) India won by 94 runs 23/05/1999
30 Ganguly, S C (183)
Dravid, R (145)
India 373/6 Sri Lanka The Cooper Associates County Ground India won by 157 runs 26/05/1999
31 Tendulkar, S R (186*)
Dravid, R (153)
India 376/2 New Zealand Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium India won by 174 runs 08/11/1999
32 Kirsten, G (115)
Gibbs, H H (111)
South Africa 301/3 India Nehru Stadium (Kochi) India won by 3 wickets 09/03/2000
33 Waugh, S R (114*)
Bevan, M G (106)
Australia 295/5 South Africa Etihad Stadium Australia won by 94 runs 16/08/2000
34 Jayawardene, D P M D (128)
Atapattu, M S (102*)
Sri Lanka 294/5 India Sharjah Cricket Stadium Sri Lanka won by 68 runs 27/10/2000
35 Hayden, M L (111)
Ponting, R T (101)
Australia 338/4 India Indira Priyadarshini Stadium Australia won by 93 runs 03/04/2001
36 Jayawardene, D P M D (116)
Jayasuriya, S T (107)
Sri Lanka 269/9 New Zealand Sharjah Cricket Stadium Sri Lanka won by 106 runs 10/04/2001
37 Ganguly, S C (127)
Tendulkar, S R (101)
India 279/5 South Africa Wanderers Stadium South Africa won by 6 wickets 05/10/2001
38 McKenzie, N D (131*)
Kirsten, G (124)
South Africa 354/3 Kenya Newlands South Africa won by 208 runs 22/10/2001
39 Tendulkar, S R (146)
Ganguly, S C (111)
India 351/3 Kenya Boland Park India won by 186 runs 24/10/2001
40 Inzamam-ul-Haq (118*)
Naved Latif (113)
Pakistan 273/3 Sri Lanka Sharjah Cricket Stadium Pakistan won by 7 wickets 02/11/2001
41 Hussain, N (115)
Trescothick, M E (109)
England 325/5 India Lord's India won by 2 wickets 13/07/2002
42 Sehwag, V (126)
Ganguly, S C (117*)
India 271/2 England R Premadasa Stadium India won by 8 wickets 22/09/2002
43 Saleem Elahi (108)
Mohammad Yousuf (100*)
Pakistan 323/3 Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club Pakistan won by 48 runs 27/11/2002
44 Saleem Elahi (135)
Abdul Razzaq (112)
Pakistan 335/6 South Africa St George's Park Pakistan won by 182 runs 11/12/2002
45 Gilchrist, A C (124)
Ponting, R T (119)
Australia 318/6 England Melbourne Cricket Ground Australia won by 89 runs 15/12/2002
46 Jayasuriya, S T (122)
Atapattu, M S (101)
Sri Lanka 343/5 Australia Sydney Cricket Ground Sri Lanka won by 79 runs 09/01/2003
47 Tendulkar, S R (152)
Ganguly, S C (112*)
India 311/2 Namibia City Oval India won by 181 runs 23/02/2003
48 van Noortwijk, K J (134*)
Kloppenburg, J F (121)
Netherlands 314/4 Namibia Mangaung Oval Netherlands won by 64 runs 03/03/2003
49 Trescothick, M E (114*)
Solanki, V S (106)
England 265/4 South Africa Kennington Oval England won by 6 wickets 28/06/2003
50 Laxman, V V S (102)
Tendulkar, S R (100)
India 283/5 Australia Captain Roop Singh Stadium India won by 37 runs 26/10/2003
51 Gilchrist, A C (111)
Ponting, R T (108*)
Australia 347/2 India M Chinnaswamy Stadium Australia won by 61 runs 12/11/2003
52 Sehwag, V (130)
Tendulkar, S R (102)
India 353/5 New Zealand Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium India won by 145 runs 15/11/2003
53 Gayle, C H (153*)
Lara, B C (113)
West Indies 347/6 Zimbabwe Queens Sports Club West Indies won by 51 runs 22/11/2003
54 Yasir Hameed (127*)
Imran Farhat (107)
Pakistan 277/4 New Zealand Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium Pakistan won by 49 runs 07/12/2003
55 Yuvraj Singh (139)
Laxman, V V S (106*)
India 296/4 Australia Sydney Cricket Ground Australia won by 2 wickets 22/01/2004
56 Carlisle, S V (109)
Ervine, S M (100)
Zimbabwe 277/6 India Adelaide Oval India won by 3 runs 24/01/2004
57 Flintoff, A (123)
Strauss, A J (100)
England 285/7 West Indies Lord's West Indies won by 7 wickets 06/07/2004
58 Younis Khan (144)
Shoaib Malik (118)
Pakistan 343/5 Hong Kong Sinhalese Sports Club Ground Pakistan won by 173 runs 18/07/2004
59 Sehwag, V (108)
Dravid, R (104)
India 281/8 Pakistan Nehru Stadium (Kochi) India won by 87 runs 02/04/2005
60 Strauss, A J (152)
Collingwood, P D (112*)
England 391/4 Bangladesh Trent Bridge England won by 168 runs 21/06/2005
61 Dravid, R (103*)
Gambhir, G (103)
India 285/8 Sri Lanka Sardar Patel Stadium Sri Lanka won by 5 wickets 06/11/2005
62 Symonds, A (151)
Ponting, R T (124)
Australia 368/5 Sri Lanka Sydney Cricket Ground Australia won by 167 runs 12/02/2006
63 Gilchrist, A C (122)
Katich, S M (107*)
Australia 267/1 Sri Lanka Brisbane Cricket Ground Australia won by 9 wickets 14/02/2006
64 Jayasuriya, S T (152)
Tharanga, W U (109)
Sri Lanka 324/2 England Headingley Sri Lanka won by 8 wickets 01/07/2006
65 Jayasuriya, S T (157)
Dilshan, T M (117*)
Sri Lanka 443/9 Netherlands VRA Ground Sri Lanka won by 195 runs 04/07/2006
66 Bravo, D J J (112*)
Gayle, C H (101)
West Indies 272/4 England Sardar Patel Stadium England won by 3 wickets 28/10/2006
67 Hayden, M L (117)
Ponting, R T (111)
Australia 343/5 New Zealand WACA Ground Australia won by 8 runs 28/01/2007
68 O'Brien, K J (142)
Porterfield, W T S (104*)
Ireland 284/4 Kenya Ruaraka Sports Club Ground Kenya won by 1 wicket 02/02/2007
69 Dhoni, M S (139*)
Jayawardene, D P M D (107)
ACC Asian XI 331/8 ACA Africa XI MA Chidambaram Stadium ACC Asian XI won by 13 runs 10/06/2007
70 Bell, I R (126*)
Cook, A N (102)
England 288/2 India The Rose Bowl England won by 104 runs 21/08/2007
71 de Villiers, A B (103*)
Gibbs, H H (102)
South Africa 294/5 Pakistan Gaddafi Stadium South Africa won by 45 runs 18/10/2007
72 Salman Butt (132)
Kamran Akmal (100)
Pakistan 308/8 Bangladesh Gaddafi Stadium Pakistan won by 23 runs 13/04/2008
73 Salman Butt (129*)
Younis Khan (108)
Pakistan 315/3 India Shere Bangla National Stadium Pakistan won by 25 runs 14/06/2008
74 Dhoni, M S (109*)
Raina, S K (101)
India 374/4 Hong Kong National Stadium (Karachi) India won by 256 runs 25/06/2008
75 Jayasuriya, S T (130)
Sangakkara, K C (121)
Sri Lanka 332/8 Bangladesh National Stadium (Karachi) Sri Lanka won by 158 runs 30/06/2008
76 McCullum, B B (166)
Marshall, J A H (161)
New Zealand 402/2 Ireland Mannofield Park New Zealand won by 290 runs 01/07/2008
77 Yuvraj Singh (117)
Sehwag, V (116)
India 363/5 Sri Lanka R Premadasa Stadium India won by 147 runs 03/02/2009
78 Hamilton, G M (119)
Watts, D F (101)
Scotland 286/4 Canada Mannofield Park Canada won by 6 wickets 07/07/2009
79 Watson, S R (136*)
Ponting, R T (111*)
Australia 258/1 England SuperSport Park Australia won by 9 wickets 02/10/2009
80 Gambhir, G (150*)
Kohli, V (107)
India 317/3 Sri Lanka Eden Gardens India won by 7 wickets 24/12/2009
81 Tharanga, W U (118*)
Jayawardene, D P M D (108)
Sri Lanka 252/1 Bangladesh Shere Bangla National Stadium Sri Lanka won by 9 wickets 08/01/2010
82 Mohammad Shahzad (118)
Noor Ali Zadran (114)
Afghanistan 289/6 Canada Sharjah Cricket Stadium Afghanistan won by 1 run 16/02/2010
83 Kallis, J H (104*)
de Villiers, A B (102*)
South Africa 365/2 India Sardar Patel Stadium South Africa won by 90 runs 27/02/2010
84 Amla, H M (102)
de Villiers, A B (102)
South Africa 280/7 West Indies Sir Vivian Richards Stadium South Africa won by 66 runs 22/05/2010
85 Strauss, A J (154)
Trott, I J L (110)
England 347/7 Bangladesh Edgbaston England won by 144 runs 12/07/2010
86 Karim Sadiq (114*)
Mohammad Shahzad (100*)
Afghanistan 225/1 Scotland Cambusdoon New Ground Afghanistan won by 9 wickets 16/08/2010
87 Ingram, C A (124)
Amla, H M (110)
South Africa 351/6 Zimbabwe Mangaung Oval South Africa won by 64 runs 15/10/2010
88 Amla, H M (110)
de Villiers, A B (101*)
South Africa 273/2 Zimbabwe Senwes Park South Africa won by 8 wickets 17/10/2010
89 Duminy, J-P (129)
de Villiers, A B (109)
South Africa 399/6 Zimbabwe Willowmoore Park South Africa won by 272 runs 22/10/2010
90 Sehwag, V (175)
Kohli, V (100*)
India 370/4 Bangladesh Shere Bangla National Stadium India won by 87 runs 19/02/2011
91 de Villiers, A B (134)
Amla, H M (113)
South Africa 351/5 Netherlands Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium South Africa won by 231 runs 03/03/2011
92 Dilshan, T M (144)
Tharanga, W U (133)
Sri Lanka 327/6 Zimbabwe Pallekele International Cricket Stadium Sri Lanka won by 139 runs 10/03/2011
93 Dilshan, T M (108*)
Tharanga, W U (102*)
Sri Lanka 231/0 England R Premadasa Stadium Sri Lanka won by 10 wickets 26/03/2011
94 Taylor, L R P L (119)
Williamson, K S (100*)
New Zealand 328/5 Zimbabwe Queens Sports Club Zimbabwe won by 1 wicket 25/10/2011
95 de Villiers, A B (125*)
Smith, G C (125)
South Africa 312/4 Sri Lanka Wanderers Stadium Sri Lanka won by 2 wickets 22/01/2012
96 Dilshan, T M (160*)
Sangakkara, K C (105)
Sri Lanka 320/4 India Bellerive Oval India won by 7 wickets 28/02/2012
97 Clarke, M J (117)
Warner, D A (100)
Australia 271/6 Sri Lanka Adelaide Oval Sri Lanka won by 8 wickets 06/03/2012
98 Kohli, V (108)
Gambhir, G (100)
India 304/3 Sri Lanka Shere Bangla National Stadium India won by 50 runs 13/03/2012
99 Nasir Jamshed (112)
Mohammad Hafeez (105)
Pakistan 329/6 India Shere Bangla National Stadium India won by 6 wickets 18/03/2012
100 Gayle, C H (125)
Samuels, M N (101*)
West Indies 315/5 New Zealand Sabina Park West Indies won by 55 runs 07/07/2012
101 Charles, J (130)
Bravo, D M (100*)
West Indies 337/4 Zimbabwe National Cricket Stadium (Grenada) West Indies won by 156 runs 22/02/2013
102 de Villiers, A B (128)
Amla, H M (122)
South Africa 343/5 Pakistan Wanderers Stadium South Africa won by 34 runs 17/03/2013
103 Tharanga, W U (174*)
Jayawardene, D P M D (107)
Sri Lanka 348/1 India Sabina Park Sri Lanka won by 161 runs 02/07/2013
104 Morgan, E J G (124*)
Bopara, R S (101*)
England 274/4 Ireland The Village England won by 6 wickets 03/09/2013
105 Marsh, S E (151)
Finch, A J (148)
Australia 362/3 Scotland Grange Cricket Club Australia won by 200 runs 03/09/2013
106 Sharma, R G (141*)
Kohli, V (100*)
India 362/1 Australia Sawai Mansingh Stadium India won by 9 wickets 16/10/2013
107 Bailey, G J (156)
Watson, S R (102)
Australia 350/6 India Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium India won by 6 wickets 30/10/2013
108 Kohli, V (115*)
Dhawan, S (100)
India 351/4 Australia Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium India won by 6 wickets 30/10/2013
109 de Kock, Q (106)
Amla, H M (100)
South Africa 280/6 India Kingsmead South Africa won by 134 runs 08/12/2013
110 de Villiers, A B (109)
de Kock, Q (101)
South Africa 301/8 India SuperSport Park No result 11/12/2013
111 Anderson, C J (131*)
Ryder, J D (104)
New Zealand 283/4 West Indies Queenstown Events Centre New Zealand won by 159 runs 01/01/2014
112 Edwards, K A (123*)
Bravo, D J J (106)
West Indies 363/4 New Zealand Seddon Park West Indies won by 203 runs 07/01/2014
113 de Kock, Q (128)
de Villiers, A B (108)
South Africa 339/5 Sri Lanka Mahinda Rajapaksha International Cricket Stadium South Africa won by 82 runs 12/07/2014
114 Ramdin, D (169)
Bravo, D M (124)
West Indies 338/7 Bangladesh Warner Park West Indies won by 91 runs 25/08/2014
115 de Villiers, A B (136*)
du Plessis, F (106)
South Africa 328/3 Australia Harare Sports Club South Africa won by 7 wickets 27/08/2014
116 Dhawan, S (113)
Rahane, A M (111)
India 363/5 Sri Lanka Barabati Stadium India won by 169 runs 02/11/2014
117 Amla, H M (153*)
de Villiers, A B (149)
Rossouw, R R (128)
South Africa 439/2 West Indies Wanderers Stadium South Africa won by 148 runs 18/01/2015
118 Ronchi, L (170*)
Elliott, G D (104*)
New Zealand 360/5 Sri Lanka University Oval New Zealand won by 108 runs 23/01/2015
119 Amla, H M (133)
Rossouw, R R (132)
South Africa 361/5 West Indies SuperSport Park South Africa won by 131 runs 28/01/2015
120 Williamson, K S (112)
Taylor, L R P L (102*)
New Zealand 369/5 Pakistan McLean Park New Zealand won by 119 runs 03/02/2015
121 Miller, D A (138*)
Duminy, J-P (115*)
South Africa 339/4 Zimbabwe Seddon Park South Africa won by 62 runs 15/02/2015
122 Gayle, C H (215)
Samuels, M N (133*)
West Indies 372/2 Zimbabwe Manuka Oval West Indies won by 73 runs 24/02/2015
123 Dilshan, T M (161*)
Sangakkara, K C (105*)
Sri Lanka 332/1 Bangladesh Melbourne Cricket Ground Sri Lanka won by 92 runs 26/02/2015
124 Thirimanne, H D R L (139*)
Sangakkara, K C (117*)
Sri Lanka 312/1 England Westpac Stadium Sri Lanka won by 9 wickets 01/03/2015
125 Amla, H M (159)
du Plessis, F (109)
South Africa 411/4 Ireland Manuka Oval South Africa won by 201 runs 03/03/2015
126 Sangakkara, K C (124)
Dilshan, T M (104)
Sri Lanka 363/9 Scotland Bellerive Oval Sri Lanka won by 148 runs 11/03/2015
127 Tamim Iqbal (132)
Mushfiqur Rahim (106)
Bangladesh 329/6 Pakistan Shere Bangla National Stadium Bangladesh won by 79 runs 17/04/2015
128 Buttler, J C (129)
Root, J E (104)
England 408/9 New Zealand Edgbaston England won by 210 runs 09/06/2015
129 Williamson, K S (118)
Taylor, L R P L (110)
New Zealand 306/7 England The Rose Bowl New Zealand won by 3 wickets 14/06/2015
130 Morgan, E J G (113)
Root, J E (106*)
England 350/3 New Zealand Trent Bridge England won by 7 wickets 17/06/2015
131 Guptill, M J (116*)
Latham, T W M (110*)
New Zealand 236/0 Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club New Zealand won by 10 wickets 04/08/2015
132 du Plessis, F (133*)
de Villiers, A B (119)
de Kock, Q (109)
South Africa 438/4 India Wankhede Stadium South Africa won by 214 runs 25/10/2015
133 Buttler, J C (116*)
Roy, J J (102)
England 355/5 Pakistan Dubai International Cricket Stadium England won by 84 runs 20/11/2015
134 Smith, S P D (149)
Bailey, G J (112)
Australia 310/5 India WACA Ground Australia won by 5 wickets 12/01/2016
135 Dhawan, S (126)
Kohli, V (106)
India 323 Australia Manuka Oval Australia won by 25 runs 20/01/2016
136 Warner, D A (122)
Marsh, M R (102*)
Australia 330/7 India Sydney Cricket Ground India won by 6 wickets 23/01/2016
137 de Kock, Q (135)
Amla, H M (127)
South Africa 319/3 England SuperSport Park South Africa won by 7 wickets 09/02/2016
138 Hales, A D (133*)
Roy, J J (112*)
England 256/0 Sri Lanka Edgbaston England won by 10 wickets 24/06/2016
139 Coetzer, K J (127)
Mommsen, P L (111*)
Scotland 327/5 United Arab Emirates Grange Cricket Club Scotland won by 98 runs 14/08/2016
140 Babar Azam (117)
Azhar Ali (101)
Pakistan 308/6 West Indies Sheikh Zayed Stadium Pakistan won by 136 runs 05/10/2016
141 Warner, D A (117)
Smith, S P D (108)
Australia 371/6 South Africa Kingsmead South Africa won by 4 wickets 05/10/2016
142 Kohli, V (122)
Jadhav, K M (120)
India 356/7 England Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium India won by 3 wickets 15/01/2017
143 Yuvraj Singh (150)
Dhoni, M S (134)
India 381/6 England Barabati Stadium India won by 15 runs 19/01/2017
144 Warner, D A (179)
Head, T M (128)
Australia 369/7 Pakistan Adelaide Oval Australia won by 57 runs 26/01/2017
145 Miller, D A (117*)
du Plessis, F (105)
South Africa 307/6 Sri Lanka Kingsmead South Africa won by 121 runs 01/02/2017
146 Amla, H M (154)
de Kock, Q (109)
South Africa 384/6 Sri Lanka SuperSport Park South Africa won by 88 runs 10/02/2017
147 Hales, A D (110)
Root, J E (101)
England 328 West Indies Kensington Oval England won by 186 runs 09/03/2017
148 Shakib Al Hasan (114)
Mahmudullah (102*)
Bangladesh 268/5 New Zealand Sophia Gardens Bangladesh won by 5 wickets 09/06/2017
149 Gunathilaka, M D (116)
Dickwella, N (102)
Sri Lanka 312/2 Zimbabwe Mahinda Rajapaksha International Cricket Stadium Sri Lanka won by 8 wickets 06/07/2017
150 Kohli, V (131)
Sharma, R G (104)
India 375/5 Sri Lanka R Premadasa Stadium India won by 168 runs 31/08/2017
151 de Kock, Q (168*)
Amla, H M (110*)
South Africa 282/0 Bangladesh Diamond Oval South Africa won by 10 wickets 15/10/2017
152 Sharma, R G (147)
Kohli, V (113)
India 337/6 New Zealand Green Park India won by 6 runs 29/10/2017
153 Porterfield, W T S (139)
Balbirnie, A (102)
Ireland 301/5 United Arab Emirates ICC Global Cricket Academy Ireland won by 67 runs 13/01/2018
154 Hetmeyer, S O (127)
Gayle, C H (123)
West Indies 357/4 United Arab Emirates Old Hararians Sports Club West Indies won by 60 runs 06/03/2018
155 Bairstow, J M (138)
Root, J E (102)
England 335/9 New Zealand University Oval New Zealand won by 5 wickets 06/03/2018
156 Hales, A D (147)
Bairstow, J M (139)
England 481/6 Australia Trent Bridge England won by 242 runs 19/06/2018
157 Marsh, S E (101)
Finch, A J (100)
Australia 310/8 England Riverside Ground England won by 6 wickets 21/06/2018
158 Fakhar Zaman (210*)
Imam-ul-Haq (113)
Pakistan 399/1 Zimbabwe Queens Sports Club Pakistan won by 244 runs 20/07/2018
159 Imam-ul-Haq (110)
Babar Azam (106*)
Pakistan 364/4 Zimbabwe Queens Sports Club Pakistan won by 131 runs 22/07/2018
160 Dhawan, S (114)
Sharma, R G (111*)
India 238/1 Pakistan Dubai International Cricket Stadium India won by 9 wickets 23/09/2018
161 Sharma, R G (152*)
Kohli, V (140)
India 326/2 West Indies Barsapara Cricket Stadium India won by 8 wickets 21/10/2018
162 Soumya Sarkar (117)
Imrul Kayes (115)
Bangladesh 288/3 Zimbabwe Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium Bangladesh won by 7 wickets 26/10/2018
163 Sharma, R G (162)
Rayudu, A T (100)
India 377/5 West Indies Brabourne Stadium India won by 224 runs 29/10/2018
164 Miller, D A (139)
du Plessis, F (125)
South Africa 320/5 Australia Bellerive Oval South Africa won by 40 runs 11/11/2018
165 Taylor, L R P L (137)
Nicholls, H M (124*)
New Zealand 364/4 Sri Lanka Saxton Oval New Zealand won by 115 runs 08/01/2019
166 Roy, J J (123)
Root, J E (102)
England 364/4 West Indies Kensington Oval England won by 6 wickets 20/02/2019
167 Buttler, J C (150)
Morgan, E J G (103)
England 418/6 West Indies National Cricket Stadium (Grenada) England won by 29 runs 27/02/2019
168 Abid Ali (112)
Mohammad Rizwan (104)
Pakistan 271/8 Australia Dubai International Cricket Stadium Australia won by 6 runs 29/03/2019
169 Campbell, J D (179)
Hope, S D (170)
West Indies 381/3 Ireland Castle Avenue West Indies won by 196 runs 05/05/2019
170 Root, J E (107)
Buttler, J C (103)
England 334/9 Pakistan Trent Bridge Pakistan won by 14 runs 03/06/2019
171 Rahul, K L (111)
Sharma, R G (103)
India 265/3 Sri Lanka Headingley India won by 7 wickets 06/07/2019

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