Stats: Lowest ODI Scores of All Teams

There are days when things don’t go as planned in real life. The worst that could occur in cricket is the big collapse of your batting line-up.

In ODI cricket, where the average team totals are rising every year, there are days when teams crumble to reach the lowest of the totals.

We will talk about those days in detail here – the lowest ODI scores by every cricket team.

Lowest Score in ODI by All Teams

Zimbabwe35Sri LankaLostHarare2004
Canada36Sri LankaLostPaarl2003
Pakistan43West IndiesLostCape Town1993
Sri Lanka43South AfricaLostPaarl2012
India54Sri LankaLostSharjah2000
West Indies54South AfricaLostCape Town2004
Bangladesh58West IndiesLostMirpur2011
New Zealand64PakistanLostSharjah1986
Scotland68West IndiesLostLeicester1999
Kenya69New ZealandLostChennai2011
South Africa69AustraliaLostSydney1993
Ireland77Sri LankaLostSt George's2007
Bermuda78Sri LankaLostPort of Spain2007
Netherlands80West IndiesLostDublin2007
P.N.G.82NepalLostAl Amerat2021
Hong Kong91ScotlandLostBulawayo2018
East Africa94EnglandLostBirmingham1975

Key Stats

Australia repeated their lowest score of 70 in 1986 against New Zealand in Adelaide.

Bangladesh is the other team who replicated their lowest ODI score of 58/10 twice. The other time was against India in 2014 at Mirpur, the same venue where they bundled out for 58 against West Indies in a 2011 World Cup match.

So far, Nepal is the only team to not be dismissed with a double-digit score in ODIs.

Sri Lanka is the side with the most entries in the opponent column. Five teams have their lowest ODI team total against the Asian country. West Indies are the next with four entries and Australia, three.

Australia and England are the two teams with their lowest scores in the 50-format against each other.

No team has successfully defended their lowest score in the format.

Bonus: If you want to know the lowest team totals in T20 internationals and T20 World Cup matches, check here and here.

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