India vs South Africa ODI Record: South Africa 21, India 10

Besides the bilateral series where South Africa leads 19-15 in 36 matches, India and South Africa have played 31 ODIs and South Africa has won 21 of them against India’s 10 wins.

Ind vs SA bilateral ODI series
2013 Ind vs SA Series Fixture and Results

Ind vs South Africa in World Cups

    1999: SA won by 4 wickets
    Ind: 253/5, SA: 254/6, MOM: Kallis
    2013 World Cup match

Ind vs South Africa in other Tournaments

    1. Benson & Hedges World Cup, 92 South Africa won by 6 wickets
    Ind: 180/6 (30 ov), SA: 181/4 (29.1 ov)
    MOM: Peter Kirsten

    2. C.A.B. Jubilee Tournament (Hero Cup), 1993, India won by 43 runs,
    Ind: 221 (49.2 ov), SA: 178/9 (50)
    MOM: Vinod Kambli

    3. C.A.B. Jubilee Tournament (Hero Cup) SEMIFINAL, 1993, India won by 2 runs,
    Ind: 195 (50 ov), SA: 193/9 (50)
    MOM: Azharuddin (Captain)

    4. New Zealand Centenary Tournament, 1994/95, South Africa won by 14 runs
    SA: 223/6, Ind: 209/9

    5. 1996 Pepsi Sharjah Cup, South Africa won by 80 runs
    South Africa: 288/6, India 208/8
    MOM: Hansie Cronje (Captain)

    6. 1996 Pepsi Sharjah Cup, South Africa won by 5 wickets
    India: 215/8, South Africa 216/5
    MOM: PR Adams

    7. 1996 Pepsi Sharjah Cup, FINAL
    South Africa won by 38 runs
    South Africa 287/5, India: 249/9
    MOM: Gary Kirsten

    8. 1996, Titan Cup, India
    South Africa won by 47 runs
    South Africa: 261/7, India: 214
    MOM: Gary Kirsten

    9. 1996, Titan Cup, India
    South Africa won by 27 runs
    South Africa: 249/6, India: 222/7
    MOM: Cullinan

    10. 1996, Titan Cup, India
    South Africa won by 5 wickets
    India: 185, South Africa: 188/5
    MOM: Jonty Rhodes

    11. 1996, Titan Cup, India, FINAL
    India won by 35 runs
    India: 220/7, South Africa: 185
    MOM: Anil Kumble

    12. Mohinder Amarnath Benefit Match, 1996/97
    India won by 47 runs
    India: 267/6, South Africa: 193
    MOM: Tendulkar

    13. 1997, Standard Bank International One-Day Series, South Africa
    South Africa won by 39 runs
    SA: 270/4, Ind: 231
    MOM: Jonty Rhodes

    14. 1997, Standard Bank International One-Day Series, South Africa
    South Africa won by 6 wickets
    Ind: 179/9, SA: 180/4
    MOM: Kallis

    15. 1997, Standard Bank International One-Day Series, South Africa
    South Africa won by 6 wickets
    Ind: 232/5, SA: 236/4
    MOM: Ganguly and Kirsten

    16. 1997, Standard Bank International One-Day Series, South Africa, FINAL, NO Result
    Ind: 191/9, SA: 42/1

    17. 1997, Standard Bank International One-Day Series, South Africa, FINAL
    SA won by 17 runs (Rain reduced match)
    SA: 278/8 (50 ov), Ind: 234 in 39.2 overs chasing 251
    MOM: Dravid

    18. 1999, LG Cup, Nairobi
    Ind won by 8 wickets
    SA: 117, Ind: 120/2
    MOM: Sunil Joshi

    19. 1999, LG Cup, Nairobi, FINAL
    SA Won by 26 runs
    SA: 235/9, Ind: 209
    MOM: Gibbs
    Trivia: Raghvendrarao Vijay Bharadwaj for India was the Player of the series.

    20. 2000, Coca-Cola Cup, Sharjah
    South Africa won by 10 wickets
    Ind: 164, SA: 168/0 (124 balls remaining)
    MOM: S Elworthy

    21. 2000, Coca-Cola Cup, Sharjah
    South Africa won by 6 wickets
    Ind: 164, SA: 167/4 (44 balls remaining)
    MOM: M Hayward

    22. 2000, ICC KnockOut, SEMIFINAL
    India won by 95 runs
    Ind: 295/6, SA: 200
    MOM: Ganguly (Captain)

    23. 2001, Standard Bank Triangular Tournament, South Africa
    South Africa won by 6 wickets
    India 279/5, South Africa 280/4
    MOM: Gary Kirsten
    3 centuries in the match. Ganguly and Tendulkar’s 193 run opening stand and individual centuries were outdone by Kirsten’s unbeaten knock.

    24. 2001, Standard Bank Triangular Tournament, South Africa
    India won by 41 runs
    India 233, South Africa 192
    MOM: Harbhajan Singh

    25. 2001, Standard Bank Triangular Tournament, South Africa
    South Africa won by 46 runs
    South Africa 282/4, India: 236
    MOM: Ganguly

    26. 2001, Standard Bank Triangular Tournament, South Africa, FINAL
    South Africa won by 6 wickets
    India 183, South Africa 187/4
    MOM: Pollock

    27. 2002, ICC Champions Trophy, Sri Lanka
    India won by 10 runs
    India: 261/9, SA 251/6
    MOM: Sehwag

    28. 2003, TVS Cup (Bangladesh)
    India won by 153 runs
    Ind: 307/4, SA: 154
    MOM: Md. Kaif

    29. 2003, TVS Cup (Bangladesh)
    South Africa won by 5 wickets
    Ind: 215, SA: 216/5
    MOM: Neil McKenzie

    30. 2003, TVS Cup (Bangladesh), FINAL
    Abandoned

    31. 2003, TVS Cup (Bangladesh), FINAL
    NO RESULT
    Ind: 46/3

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