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Top 10: Highest Partnerships in ODI

This article will list down the top 10 highest partnership scores in ODI for any wicket.

Batting in partnerships comes with expertise and understanding between the batsmen. Rotating the strikes with right calling between the wickets is a pure joy that only cricketers and their fans possess. It is always good to see two batsmen at either end getting a quick single with the right call to action. From there, building onto a big aggregate by batting deep and long will only put the team in a commanding position.

You can look into the table for the same record for a particular wicket, check here.

Highest ODI Partnership for any Wickets

PAIRRUNSWKTTEAMAGAINSTVENUE
C GAYLE - M SAMUELS3722NDWEST INDIESZIMBABWECANBERRA (2015)
J CAMPBELL - S HOPE3651STWEST INDIESIRELANDDUBLIN (2019)
S TENDULKAR - R DRAVID3312NDINDIANEW ZEALANDHYDERABAD (1999)
S GANGULY - R DRAVID3182NDINDIASRI LANKATAUNTON (1999)
IMAM-UL-HAQ - FAKHAR ZAMAN3041STPAKISTANZIMBABWEBULAWAYO (2018)
T IQBAL - L DAS2921STBANGLADESHZIMBABWESYLHET (2020)
V KOHLI - I KISHAN
2902NDINDIABANGLADESHCHATTOGRAM (2022)
U THARANGA - S JAYASURIYA2861STSRI LANKAENGLANDLEEDS (2006)
D WARNER - T HEAD2841STAUSTRALIAPAKISTANADELAIDE (2017)
Q DE KOCK - H AMLA282*1STSOUTH AFRICABANGLADESHKIMBERLEY (2017)
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Talking Points

The West Indies duo Chris Gayle-Marlon Samuels, putting up a partnership of 372 Runs against Zimbabwe in the 2015 World Cup top the chart.

Rahul Dravid – Sachin Tendulkar’s 331 runs-stand against New Zealand is the highest partnership in ODI for India.

Including that, there are only 4 instances of 300+ Partnerships in ODI Cricket, the recent addition being Pakistan’s new-ball pair – Fakhar Zaman & Imam Ul Haq thrashing 304 Runs against the Zimbabwean bowlers in the bilateral ODI series in Bulawayo.

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The Partnership between the Pakistani Openers is now the Highest Opening partnership in ODIs.

While chasing, Sanath Jayasuriya-Upul Tharanga’s 286 Runs partnership against England at Leeds in 2006 stands tall still.

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