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List of Australia One Day International cricket records against India

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This is a list of Australia One-Day International cricket records against India, that is record team and individual performances in One Day International (ODI) cricket played between the national teams of Australia and India. Records for Test cricket matches played between Australia and India are at List of Australia Test cricket records against India. This list is based on the List of One-Day International cricket records.

Australia played its first recognised One-Day International cricket match against India on 6 December 1980, and the records listed here date from that time.

Listing criteria[edit | edit source]

In general the top ten are listed in each category (except when there is a tie for the last place among the ten, when all the tied record holders are noted).

Listing notation[edit | edit source]

Team Notation

  • (300-3) indicates that a team scored 300 runs for three wickets and the innings was closed, either due to a successful run chase or if no overs remained (or are able) to be bowled.
  • (300) indicates that a team scored 300 runs and was all out, either by losing all ten wickets or by having one or more batsmen unable to bat and losing the remaining wickets.

Batting Notation

  • (100) indicates that a batsman scored 100 runs and was out.
  • (100*) indicates that a batsman scored 100 runs and was not out.

Bowling Notation

  • (5-100) indicates that a bowler has captured 5 wickets while giving away 100 runs.

Currently playing

  • Record holders who are currently playing ODIs (i.e. their record details listed could change) are shown in bold.

Team records[edit | edit source]

Team wins, losses, and ties[edit | edit source]

Matches played (total)[edit | edit source]

Team Matches Won Lost Tied No result % Won
 Australia 123 72 41 0 10 63.71
Note: Win percentage excludes no result matches and counts ties as half wins i.e. [won÷(matches - noresult)×100].
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 February 2016.

Most consecutive wins[edit | edit source]

Rank Wins Team Period
1 7  Australia 4 June 1999 to 30 January 2000
2 6  Australia 10 December 1991 to 1 March 1992
3 5  Australia 18 December 1980 to 13 June 1983
5  Australia 26 March 2015 to 23 January 2016
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 February 2016.
*Indicates sequence still in progress

Team scoring records[edit | edit source]

Highest innings totals[edit | edit source]

Rank Score Opponent Venue Date
1 359-2 (50 overs)  India Johannesburg 23 March 2003
2 359-5 (50 overs)  India Sydney 8 February 2004
359-5 (50 overs)  India Jaipur 16 October 2013
4 350-4 (50 overs)  India Hyderabad 5 November 2009
5 350-6 (50 overs)  India Nagpur 30 October 2013
6 348-8 (50 overs)  India Canberra 20 January 2016
7 347-2 (50 overs)  India Bangalore 12 November 2003
8 338-4 (50 overs)  India Visakhapatnam 3 April 2001
9 330-7 (50 overs)  India Sydney 23 January 2016
10 329-5 (50 overs)  India Adelaide 26 January 2000
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 February 2016.

Highest match aggregate[edit | edit source]

Rank Score Teams Venue Date
1 721-6 (93.3 overs)  Australia (359-5) v  India (362-1) Jaipur 16 October 2013
2 709-16 (95.1 overs)  India (383-6) v  Australia (326) Bangalore 2 November 2013
3 701-10 (99.3 overs)  Australia (350-6) v  India (351-4) Nagpur 30 October 2013
4 697-14 (99.4 overs)  Australia (350-4) v  India (347) Hyderabad 5 November 2009
5 671-18 (99.2 overs)  Australia (348-8) v  India (323) Canberra 20 January 2016
6 661-11 (99.4 overs)  Australia (330-7) v  India (331-4) Sydney 23 January 2016
7 633-10 (100 overs)  Australia (347-2) v  India (286-8) Bangalore 12 November 2003
8 619-8 (99.2 overs)  India (309-3) v  Australia (310-5) Perth 12 January 2016
9 617-11 (99.0 overs)  India (308-8) v  Australia (309-3) Brisbane 15 January 2016
10 616-17 (99.1 overs)  Australia (317-7) v  India (299) Sydney 24 February 2008
Note: teams are shown in batting order.
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 February 2016.

Largest successful run chases[edit | edit source]

Rank Score Teams Venue Date
1 310-5 (49.2 overs)  Australia v  India Perth 12 January 2016
2 309-3 (49.0 overs)  Australia v  India Brisbane 15 January 2016
3 304-6 (49.3 overs)  Australia v  India Mohali 19 October 2013
4 296-7 (48.5 overs)  Australia v  India Melbourne 17 January 2006
5 269-6 (48.0 overs)  Australia v  India Margao 6 April 2001
6 263-3 (46.3 overs)  Australia v  India Rajkot 7 October 1986
7 252-4 (45.4 overs)  Australia v  India Mohali 29 October 2006
8 249-2 (45.1 overs)  Australia v  India Pune 28 March 2001
9 236-4 (40.1 overs)  Australia v  India Indore 6 October 1984
10 231-6 (48.4 overs)  Australia v  India Delhi 14 April 1998
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 February 2016.

Lowest team totals[edit | edit source]

Rank Score Opponent Venue Date
1 101 (37.5 overs)  India Perth 8 December 1991
2 129 (38.2 overs)  India Chelmsford 20 June 1983
3 139 (42.3 overs)  India Sharjah 29 March 1985
4 141 (43.3 overs)  India Ahmedabad 5 October 1986
5 142 (42.1 overs)  India Melbourne 6 December 1980
6 159 (43.1 overs)  India Melbourne 10 February 2008
7 161 (37.5 overs)  India Melbourne 16 January 1986
8 163 (32.2 overs)  India Melbourne 3 March 1985
9 181 (35.5 overs)  India Indore 31 March 2001
10 193 (41.3 overs)  India Mumbai 17 October 2007
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 February 2016.

Individual records[edit | edit source]

Individual records (batting)[edit | edit source]

Highest individual score[edit | edit source]

Rank Runs Player Opponent Venue Date
1 156 George Bailey  India Nagpur 30 October 2013
2 149 Steve Smith  India Perth 12 January 2016
3 140* Ricky Ponting  India Johannesburg 23 March 2003
4 133* Mark Waugh  India Pune 28 March 2001
5 130 Michael Clarke  India Bangalore 29 September 2007
6 126 Matthew Hayden  India Sydney 8 February 2004
7 125 Geoff Marsh  India Sydney 21 January 1986
8 122 David Warner  India Sydney 23 January 2016
9 116 James Faulkner  India Bangalore 2 November 2013
10 112 Shaun Marsh  India Hyderabad 5 November 2009
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 February 2016.

Most career runs[edit | edit source]

Rank Runs Player Matches Innings Period
1 2,164 Ricky Ponting 59 59 1995–2012
2 1,622 Adam Gilchrist 46 45 1998–2008
3 1,450 Matthew Hayden 28 28 1994–2008
4 1,212 David Boon 29 29 1986–1995
5 1,117 Steve Waugh 53 45 1986–2001
6 1,104 Allan Border 38 35 1980–1992
7 1,081 Michael Bevan 35 31 1994–2004
8 1,067 Andrew Symonds 36 31 1999-2008
9 974 Mark Waugh 27 26 1992–2001
10 943 Geoff Marsh 24 24 1986–1992
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 February 2016.

Highest career average[edit | edit source]

Rank Average Player Runs Innings Not Out Period
1 53.70 Matthew Hayden 1,450 28 1 1994–2008
2 49.13 Michael Bevan 1,081 31 9 1994–2004
3 46.61 David Boon 1,212 29 3 1986–1995
4 42.52 Dean Jones 723 21 4 1985–1992
5 42.46 Alan Border 1104 35 9 1980–1992
6 41.03 Andrew Symonds 1,067 31 5 1999–2008
7 40.07 Ricky Ponting 2,164 59 5 1995–2012
8 39.29 Geoff Marsh 943 24 0 1986–1992
9 39.00 Michael Clarke 858 27 5 2003–2015
10 38.96 Mark Waugh 974 26 1 1992-2001
Qualification: 20 innings.
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 February 2016.

Best strike rates[edit | edit source]

Rank Strike rate Player Innings Balls Faced Runs Period
1 110.41 George Bailey 12 643 710 2013–
2 99.26 Adam Gilchrist 45 1,634 1,622 1998–2008
3 98.08 Shane Watson 19 731 717 2006–
4 96.47 Andrew Symonds 31 1,106 1,067 1999–2008
5 90.80 Mike Hussey 19 848 770 2004–2012
6 90.80 Matthew Hayden 28 1,685 1,450 1994–2008
7 84.05 Aaron Finch 13 690 580 2013–
8 84.03 Michael Clarke 27 1,021 858 2003–2015
9 81.41 Ricky Ponting 59 2,658 2,164 1995-2012
10 80.42 Mark Waugh 26 1,211 974 1992-2001
Qualification: 500 balls.
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 February 2016.

Most career centuries[edit | edit source]

Rank Most Centuries Player Innings Highest Score Period
1 6 Ricky Ponting 59 140* 1995–2012
2 3 Geoff Marsh 24 125 1986–1992
3 Mark Waugh 26 133* 1992–2001
3 Matthew Hayden 28 126 1994–2008
5 2 Steve Smith 7 149 2010—
2 George Bailey 12 156 2013—
2 Michael Clarke 27 130 2003—2015
2 David Boon 29 111 1986–1995
Note: 14 other players have scored one ODI century against India.
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 February 2016.

Individual records (bowling)[edit | edit source]

Best figures in a match[edit | edit source]

Rank Bowling Player Opponent Overs Venue Date
1 6-39 Ken MacLeay  India 11.5 Nottingham 13 June 1983
2 6-43 Mitchell Starc  India 10.0 Melbourne 18 January 2015
3 5-15 Greg Chappell  India 9.5 Sydney 8 January 1981
4 5-26 Mitchell Johnson  India 10.0 Vadodara 11 October 2007
5 5-27 Brett Lee  India 8.5 Adelaide 26 January 2000
6 5-32 Terry Alderman  India 10.0 Christchurch 3 March 1990
7 5-33 Ben Hilfenhaus  India 9.3 Brisbane 19 February 2012
8 5-35 Doug Bollinger  India 10.0 Guwahati 8 November 2009
9 5-36 Damien Fleming  India 9.0 Mumbai 27 February 1996
10 5-53 Bruce Reid  India 10.0 Adelaide 26 January 1986
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 February 2016.

Most career wickets[edit | edit source]

Rank Wickets Player Matches BBI Period
1 55 Brett Lee 32 5/27 2000–2012
2 43 Mitchell Johnson 27 5/26 2006–2015
43 Steve Waugh 57 4/40 1986–2001
4 34 Glenn McGrath 25 4/8 1994–2006
5 30 Craig McDermott 22 4/56 1985–1994
6 28 Damien Fleming 20 5/36 1994–2001
7 27 Nathan Bracken 17 4/29 2001–2008
8 21 Bruce Reid 18 5/53 1986-1991
21 Andrew Symonds 36 4/11 1999–2008
10 20 Ian Harvey 13 4/21 2000–2004
BBI - Best Bowling in an Innings. Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 February 2016.

Individual records (wicket-keeping)[edit | edit source]

Most dismissals (catches plus stumpings) in ODI career[edit | edit source]

Rank Dismissals Player Matches Caught Stumped
1 79 Adam Gilchrist 46 73 6
2 19 Ian Healy 15 17 2
3 16 Brad Haddin 19 16 0
4 15 Matthew Wade 9 15 0
5 14 Wayne B. Phillips 11 11 3
6 9 Rod Marsh 7 9 0
7 5 Greg Dyer 4 5 0
8 4 Tim Paine 4 4 0
4 Tim Zoehrer 5 4 0
4 Greg Dyer 6 4 0
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 February 2016.

Individual records (fielding)[edit | edit source]

Most catches (non-wicketkeeper)[edit | edit source]

Rank Catches Player Matches
1 18 Ricky Ponting 59
2 17 Allan Border 38
3 16 Steve Waugh 53
4 15 Mark Waugh 27
15 Andrew Symonds 36
6 14 Dean Jones 21
14 Michael Clarke 30
8 11 Michael Hussey 21
11 Damien Martyn 30
10 10 Matthew Hayden 28
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 February 2016.

Individual records (other)[edit | edit source]

Most matches played[edit | edit source]

Rank Matches Player Period
1 59 Ricky Ponting 1995–2012
2 53 Steve Waugh 1986–2001
3 46 Adam Gilchrist 1998–2008
4 38 Allan Border 1980–1992
5 36 Andrew Symonds 1999–2008
6 35 Michael Bevan 1994–2004
7 32 Brett Lee 2000–2012
8 30 Michael Clarke 2003–2015
30 Damien Martyn 1998–2006
10 29 David Boon 1986–1995
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 February 2016.

Partnership records[edit | edit source]

Highest wicket partnerships[edit | edit source]

Partnership Runs Players Opponent Venue Date
1st wicket 212 David Boon & Geoff Marsh  India Jaipur 7 September 1986
2nd wicket 219 Matthew Hayden & Ricky Ponting  India Visakhapatnam 3 April 2001
3rd wicket 242 Steven Smith & George Bailey  India Perth 12 January 2016
4th wicket 129* Michael Clarke & Cameron White  India Visakhapatnam 20 October 2010
5th wicket 153 George Bailey & Glenn Maxwell  India Ranchi 23 October 2013
6th wicket 103 Darren Lehmann & Steve Waugh  India Sharjah 24 April 1998
7th wicket 102* Greg Dyer & Steve Waugh  India Delhi 2 October 1986
8th wicket 49 Rodney Hogg & Wayne B. Phillips  India Melbourne 3 March 1985
9th wicket 115 James Faulkner & Clint McKay  India Bangalore 2 November 2013
10th wicket 25 Nathan Hauritz & Ben Hilfenhaus  India Nagpur 28 October 2009
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 February 2016.

Highest partnerships[edit | edit source]

Rank Wicket Runs Players Opponent Venue Date
1 3rd wicket 242 Steven Smith & George Bailey  India Perth 12 January 2016
2 3rd wicket 234* Ricky Ponting & Damien Martyn  India Johannesburg 23 March 2003
3 2nd wicket 219 Matthew Hayden & Ricky Ponting  India Visakhapatnam 3 April 2001
4 1st wicket 212 David Boon & Geoff Marsh  India Jaipur 7 September 1986
5 1st wicket 187 Aaron Finch & David Warner  India Canberra 20 January 2016
6 2nd wicket 182 Aaron Finch & Steven Smith  India Sydney 26 March 2015
7 3rd wicket 168 George Bailey & Shane Watson  India Nagpur 30 October 2013
8 2nd wicket 167* David Boon & Tom Moody  India Sydney 26 March 2015
9 1st wicket 163 Adam Gilchrist & Mark Waugh  India Adelaide 26 January 2000
10 3rd wicket 157 Matthew Hayden & Damien Martyn  India Bangalore 12 November 2003
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 4 February 2016.

References[edit | edit source]


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