List of biggest wins in ODIs (by runs)

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Cricket News: List of biggest wins in ODIs (by runs) | What is the biggest win ever in One Day Internationals (ODIs)?

India won the third game of their One Day International (ODI) series against Sri Lanka by 317 runs to set the record for the biggest victory by the margin of runs at Thirvananthpuram on Sunday.

On that note, Cricblog takes a look at five of the most prominent wins by this criterion in the history of ODIs.

Biggest wins by runs in ODIs

5: South Africa – 258 runs v Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka has been at the receiving end of such an agony quite a few times in the past, most notably against South Africa at Paarl in January 2012. Powered by Hashim Amla’s 112, the home side put forth a decent target of 302 for the Lankans.

However, Morne Morkel led the pace attack with aplomb to pick four wickets along with Lonwabo Tsotsobe’s three-wicket haul to dismantle the Tillikaratne Dilshan-led team for merely 43 runs 20.1 overs. None of the Sri Lankan batsmen except Kosala Kulasekara (19) managed to score in double digits as they dealt with a crushing loss in the very first game of the bilateral series.

4: South Africa – 272 runs v Zimbabwe

Just a few months prior to the aforementioned Sri Lankan mauling, South Africa had handed a similar embarrassing defeat to the visiting Zimbabwean unit. Playing at Benoni, middle-order batsmen Jean-Paul Dumminy and Ab de Villiers hammered 129 and 109 runs respectively to help the Proteas get to 399 runs. Following that, their bowling unit put forth a collective impressive performance as Albie Morkel, Wayne Parnell and Johan Botha picked two wickets each along with Rusty Theron’s three scalps to bowl out Zimbabwe for merely 127 runs in 29 overs.

3: Australia – 275 runs v Afghanistan

Australia were relentless in their victorious campaign in the 2015 ODI World Cup. En route to the knockouts, they defeated Afghanistan by a whopping margin of 275 runs in one of the group stage matches.

David Warner scored 178 runs along with Steven Smith and Glenn Maxwell’s valuable contributions of 95 and 88 runs respectively to take the Aussies to 417 runs. Mitchell Johnson picked a four-wicket haul coupled with Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood’s two wickets each to round off the Afghan innings for merely 142 runs in 37.3 overs.

2: New Zealand – 290 runs v Ireland

The Kiwis had inflicted an ignominy on Ireland at Aberdeen in July 2008 as they defeated them by 290 runs. Openers James Marshall and Brendon McCullum scored 161 and 166 runs respectively as they put up an opening partnership of 274 runs in just 42.2 overs.

Then, Ross Taylor came in at number three to notch 59 off 24 deliveries to take New Zealand to 402 runs in 50 overs. They hit 128 runs in the last 46 deliveries and then the bowling attack came together to end the Irish innings for only 112 runs in 28.4 overs. Tim Southee and Michael Mason scalped three wickets each as Irish number 10 Peter Connell top-scored with 22 runs in a disappointing outing.

1: India – 317 runs v Sri Lanka

Virat Kohli’s return to form bode well for team India as his 166 runs coupled with Shubman Gill’s 116 steered the team to 390 runs in the first innings. Lead Lankan bowlers Kasun Rajitha and Lahiru Kumara conceded 81 and 87 runs respectively in their 10 overs each as the home side were arguably flawless throughout their innings.

They doubled it up by bowling out Sri Lanka for 77 runs as Mohammed Siraj took four wickets and Mohammed Shami and Kuldeep Yadav took two scalps each to culminate an absolutely authoritative series win for the Indians.