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List of highest chase by a team in one day internationals (ODI).
Asked by: Zoe on 02-02-2011..
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BinitHighest chase in one day international is achieved by South Africa, overhauling 434 against Australia while New Zealand have thrice gone past over 330 runs in second innings to win an ODI. Interestingly, Aussies have been at receiving on top % occasions!!

To summarize the story, Indians have chased down 300+ totals successfully most times = 15, Sri Lanka 7, Australia 6, Pakistan 6, South Africa 5, New Zealand 3, England 2, Bangladesh 2, Ireland 2, West Indies 1, Canada 1, Scotland 1 and Zimbabwe 1.
Highest chase by a team in one day cricket (ODI).
Team Score Overs Versus Venue Date
South Africa 438/9 49.5 Australia Johannesburg 12 Mar 2006
India 362/1 43.3 Australia Jaipur 26 Oct 2013
India 351/4 49.3 Australia Nagpur 30 Oct 2013
New Zealand 350/9 49.3 Australia Hamilton 20 Feb 2007
New Zealand 340/5 48.4 Australia Auckland 18 Feb 2007
Australia 334/8 49.2 England Sydney 2 Feb 2011
New Zealand 332/8 49.0 Australia Christchurch 10 Dec 2005
India 330/4 47.5 Pakistan Mirpur 18 Mar 2012
Australia 330/7 49.1 South Africa Port Elizabeth 6 Apr 2002
Ireland 329/7 49.1 England Bangalore 2 Mar 2011
Zimbabwe 329/9 49.5 New Zealand Bulawayo 25 Oct 2011
South Africa 328/3 46.4 Australia Harare 27 Aug 2014
India 326/8 49.3 England Lord's 13 Jul 2002
India 325/5 47.4 West Indies Ahmedabad 15 Nov 2002
Sri Lanka 324/2 37.3 England Leeds 1 Jul 2006
Scotland 323/5 48.3 Ireland Edinburg 12 Jul 2011
Pakistan 322/6 49.5 India Mohali 8 Nov 2007
India 321/3 36.4 Sri Lanka Hobart 28 Feb 2012
India 321/5 48.5 New Zealand Bangalore 7 Dec 2010
Pakistan 319/7 48.0 India Ahmedabad 12 Apr 2005
India 317/8 49.4 England The Oval 5 Spe 2007
India 317/3 48.1 Sri Lanka Kolkata 24 Dec 2009
India 316/7 47.5 Pakistan Dhaka 18 Jan 1998
Australia 316/4 48.5 Pakistan Lahore 10 Nov 1998

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