Head to Head in ODIs: New Zealand Against Sri Lanka

Hyderabad, India: New Zealand dominated Sri Lanka over a long period of time. From their first match in 1979 till 1996 World Cup, SL failed to win majority of the ODIs against NZ. Later with NZ weakening and NZ strengthing by yards, the equation has changed. Here are the records of New Zealand against Sri Lanka.

Head to Head: Sri Lanka Against New Zealand
Head to Head: New Zealand – Sri Lanka ODI Records

Team Records

    Highest Total: 315/7 Johannesburg 2009 (NZ has hit 2 300 plus score)
    Lowest Total: 73 Auckland 2007
    Largest Victory by runs: 116 Auckland 1983
    Largest Victory by wickets: 9 wkts Nottingham 1979
    Smallest Victory by runs: 2 runs Sharjah 1994
    Smallest Victory by wickets: 1 wkt Queenstown 2006

Fielding Records
Most Wickets

    30 Chris Harris in 33 matches
    24 Chatfield in 17 matches
    24 Vettori in 28 matches

Best Bowling Figures in an Innings

    25/5 Hadlee Bristol 1983
    34/5 Morrison Sharjah 1996

Most Wickets in a Series

    9 Shane Bond in 5 matches of ODI series 2005/06 in New Zealand

Most Dismissals

    22 (21 catches 1 St) Brendum McCullum

Most Catches

    16 Stephen Flemming in 34 matches
    13 Ross Taylor in 10 matches
    13 Chris Harris in 33 matches

Most Catches in an Inning

    3 D Tuffey Sharjah 2002
    3 Ross Taylor Christchurch 2007

Batting Records
Most Runs

    760 Nathan Astle in 27 innings of 28 matches
    660 Chris Harris in 31 innings of 33 matches
    621 Adam Parore in 25 matches

High Scores

    141 Scott Styris in Bloemfontein 2003
    140 Glen Turner in Auckland 1983
    128* Ross Taylor Napier 2006

Most Hundreds

    2 Scott Styris

Highest Partnerships

    2nd 151 Astle and Ross Taylor Napier 2006
    3rd 136 Rutherford and Adam Parore East London 1994
    65 for 10th wicket by SNedden and Chatfield in Derby 1983

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