History of Tied ODIs

Australia and West Indies played the first tie match of ODI history in 1984 at MCG, Australia. Playing the second final of the Benson & Hedges World Series Cup, Australia could only reach 222/9 in reply to 222/5 of WI. Since then the ODI records have registered 25 tie matches, including the tie match played in September, 2011 between India and England. Here is the complete history of tied ODIs.

Tie Match Facts

    25th Tie in the history of One Day Internationals in Sept., 2011 between India and England.
    World Cup has produced 4 tie matches.
    2nd tie to be decided on D/L method.
    The ODI tie with the lowest score was played at Perth in 1991 between India and West Indies. Both were bowled out on 126.
    The ODI tie with the highest score was played between England and New Zealand at Napier in 2008. Both scored 340 runs.
    The World Cup tie with highest score was played between England and India during World Cup 2011.
    India vs England tie in World Cup was the only tie match where one batsman from each team scored century.

Tied matches by Countries

    8 Australia
    7 England
    6 Pakistan
    5 West Indies, New Zealand, India, Zimbabwe, South Africa
    3 Sri Lanka
    1 Ireland

Ties of England and India

    England has played 7 ties, 2 each against India, Australia and NEw Zealand and one against Zimbabwe.
    India has played 5 ties, 2 each against England and Zimbabwe and one against West Indies.

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