Tied Matches in ODI Cricket

Tied Matches in ODI Cricket

There have been a total of 28 Tied matches in ODI history, with Pakistan vs Ire being the latest addition to the list. It was only the 3rd tied game in rain effected matches where the targets were revised by the D/L method.

Australia have been the most participant in tied matches, with 9 such matches, followed by Pakistan and England being in 7 matches each.

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Australian Players celebrate their victory in 1999 WC Semi- Finals against South Africa, One of the famous tied match in ODI history

 

List of Tied Matches in ODI Cricket

 

01. 11 February 1984, Aus vs WI at MCG

WI 222/5, Aus 222/9

02. 27 May 1989, Aus vs Eng at Nottingham

Eng 226/5, Aus 226/8

03. 22 November 1991, Pak vs WI at Lahore

WI 186/5, Pak 186/9

04. 06 December 1991, Ind vs WI at Perth

Ind 126/10, WI 126/10

05. 10 December 1992, Pak vs Aus at Hobart

Aus 228/7, Pak 228/9

06. 03 April 1993, Pak vs WI, Georgetown

Pak 224/6, WI 224/5

07. 18 November 1993, Ind vs Zim at Indore

Ind 248/5, Zim 248/10

08. 13 March 2004, Pak vs NZ at Auckland

Pak 161/9, WI 161/10

09. 22 February 1995, Pak vs Zim at Harare

Zim 219/9, Pak 219/10

10. 11 November 1996, NZ vs SL at Sharjah

NZ 169/8, SL 169/10

11. 27 January 1997, Ind vs Zim at Paarl

Zim 236/8, Ind 236/10

12. 26 February 1997, NZ vs Eng at Napier

NZ 237/10, Eng 237/8

13. 01 October 1997, NZ vs Zim at Bulawayo

Zim 233/8, NZ 233/9

14. 21 April 1999,  Aus vs WI at Georgetown

WI 173/5, Aus 173/7

15. 17 June 1999, SA vs Aus at Birmingham

Aus 213/10, SA 213/10

Shaun Pollock, after their elimination from ICC WC 2003 after a Tied Game, where target revised by D/L Method
Shaun Pollock, after their elimination from ICC WC 2003 after a Tied Game, where their target is revised by D/L Method

16. 15 October 1999, Pak vs SL at Sharjah

Pak 196/10, SL 196/10

17. 18 August 2010, SA vs Aus at Melbourne (Docklands)

SA 226/8, Aus 226/9

18. 27  March 2002, SA vs Aus at Potchefstroom

SA 259/7, Aus 259/9

19. 03 March 2003, SA vs SL at Durban

SL 268/9, SA 229/6 (Target revised to 230 by D/L)

20. 02 February 2005, SA vs Eng at Bloemfontein

Eng 270/5, SA 270/8

21. 02 July 2005, Aus vs Eng at Lord’s

Aus 196/10, Eng 196/9

22. 15 March 2007, Zim vs Ire at Kingston

Ire 221/9, Zim 221/10

23. 20 February 2008, Eng vs NZ at Napier

Eng 340/7, NZ 340/7

One of the Famous Tied Matches in ODI Cricket
One of the Famous Tied Matches in ODI Cricket

24. 27 February 2011, Ind vs Eng at Bangalore

Ind 338/10, Eng 338/8

25. 11 September 2011, Ind vs Eng at Lord’s

Ind 280/5, Eng 270/8 (Target revised to 271 by D/L)

26. 14 February 2012, Ind vs SL at Adelaide

SL 236/9, Ind 236/9

27. 20 March 2012, Aus vs WI at Kingston

Aus 220/10, WI 220/10

28. 23 May 2013, Pak vs Ire at Dublin

Pak 266/5, Ire 275/5 (Target revised to 276 by D/L) 

 

# Highest score at which an ODI match has tied is at the score of 340 between England and New Zealand.

# Lowest score at which an ODI match has tied is at the score of 126 between India and West Indies.

 

Hundreds in Tied matches in ODI Cricket

158 – Andrew Strauss, Eng vs Ind, 2011

139 – Jamie How, NZ vs Eng, 2008

124 – Marvan Atapattu, SL vs SA, 2003

122* – Mohammad Hafeez, Pak vs Ire, 2013

120 – Sachin Tendukar, Ind vs Eng, 2011

115* – Jeremy Bray, Ire vs Zim, 2007

108* – Kevin Pietersen, Eng vs SA, 2005

103*- Saeed Anwar, Pak vs Zim, 1995

103 – Paul Stirling, Ire vs Pak, 2013

100* – Alan Lamb, Eng vs Aus, 1989

 

5 – Wicket Hauls in Tied Matches in ODI Cricket

6/30 – Waqar Younis, Pak vs NZ, 1994

5/31 – Abdul Razzaq, Pak vs SL, 1999

5/34 – Danny Morrison, NZ vs SL, 1996

5/36 – Shaun Pollock, SA vs Aus, 1999

5/41 – Eddo Brandes, Zim vs Ind, 1997

5/48 – Tim Bresnan, Eng vs Ind, 2011

Tied Matches in ODI Cricket
India vs Australia Tied Test match at Chennai

 

# There have been only two tied matches in Test History 

01. 09-14 December 1960, Aus vs WI at Brisbane

WI 453/10, Aus 505/10, WI 284/10, Aus 232/10

02. 18-22 September 1986, Aus vs Ind at Chennai

Aus 574/7 d, Ind 397, Aus 170/5 d, Ind 347/10