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Top 10 Highest Partnerships in ODI

Top 10 Highest Partnerships in ODI

Cricket is a game of partnerships. A good partnership makes or breaks the game. It is what gives stability and, later, momentum to the scoring. In this article, we are going to talk about some of the major partnerships in ODI cricket. It is unbelievable how scoring rates have changed over the years and how even partnerships are crossing the 350-run mark as the top two partnerships in this list would suggest.

Here are the top 10 partnerships in ODIs.

  • 372 – Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels, WI VS ZIM
  • 365 – John Campbell and Shai Hope, WI vs IRE
  • 331 – Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid, IND vs NZ
  • 318 – Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid, IND vs SL
  • 304 – Fakhar Zaman and Imam-ul-Haq, PAK vs ZIM
  • 292 – Tamim Iqbal and Liton Das, BAN vs ZIM
  • 286 – Upul Tharanga and Sanath Jayasuriya, SRI vs ENG
  • 284 – David Warner and Travis Head, AUS vs PAK
  • 282* – Quinton de Kock and Hashim Amla, SA vs BAN
  • 282 – Upul Tharanga and Tillakaratne Dilshan, SRI vs ZIM

* – Unbroken

The top two partnerships belong to the West Indians. India and Sri Lanka also feature twice on this list, whereas Pakistan, Bangladesh, Australia and South Africa feature at least once. All the major subcontinent cricket teams are included in this list. Rahul Dravid and Upul Tharanga are the only batsmen featuring twice. All partnerships except for two of them – one each from Sri Lanka and South Africa – have happened in the first innings. Barring a couple of Indian partnerships, all others were formed in the 21st century.

Let us discover more details about teams and players involved in the legendary partnerships.

372 – Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels, WI vs ZIM

372 is the highest partnership score made in ODIs for any wicket and West Indies had the privilege to be a part of it. It was the match between West Indies and Zimbabwe in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 in which Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels recorded this stand for the 2nd wicket. The partnership remained until the last over and they both destroyed the bowling lineup. Gayle scored 215 runs from 147 balls with 16 huge sixes and Samuel supported him with the knock of 133 runs with 11 fours and 3 sixes. 

365 – John Campbell and Shai Hope, WI vs IRE

The 365-run stand between West Indies’ John Campbell and Shai Hope against Ireland in 2019 is the second-highest partnership and the highest opening partnership. It is the 2nd time that West Indian batsmen were included in the record list after scoring such a big total for the 1st wicket. While putting this score on the board, John Campbell played a superb knock of 179 runs while Shai Hope scored 170 runs. Both batsmen were on the crease until the 48th over of the match and helped the team to put a huge total on the board.

331 – Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid, IND vs NZ

The 331-run partnership between Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid had been the highest partnership for the 2nd wicket until the record was broken by the West Indian duo in 2015. Sachin and Dravid scored 331 runs for the 2nd wicket against New Zealand in 1999. They destroyed New Zealand’s bowlers with a superb knock by both batsmen. Sachin scored 186 runs with 20 fours and remained not out in the match while Dravid scored 153 runs with 15 fours. With the help of this great partnership, India managed to beat New Zealand by 174 runs.

318 – Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid, IND vs SL

Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid smashed the Sri Lankan bowlers to score 318 runs during the ICC Cricket World Cup in 1999. They placed themselves in the record book by scoring such a high total for the 2nd wicket which has remained 4th of the top 10 highest partnerships in ODIs. Left-handed batsman Sourav Ganguly scored 183 runs from 158 balls with 7 sixes. To support him, Rahul Dravid scored 145 runs from 129 runs with 17 fours. After putting a huge total on the board, India managed to restrict Sri Lanka and won the match by 157 runs.

304 – Fakhar Zaman and Imam-ul-Haq, PAK vs ZIM

Pakistan’s opening pair Fakhar Zaman and Imam-ul-Haq managed to put 304 runs on the board which has since been the second-highest partnership for the opening wicket and the 5th one overall of the top 10. They scored this huge total against Zimbabwe in 2018. Fakhar Zaman became the first Pakistani batsman to score a double century as he scored 210 runs while Imam-ul-Haq scored a century, 113 runs, before being dismissed in the 42nd over of the match.

Top 10 Highest Partnerships in ODI

292 – Tamim Iqbal and Liton Das, BAN vs ZIM

Bangladeshi batsmen were included in this list of the highest partnerships for their performance against Zimbabwe in 2020. Tamil Iqbal and Liton Das smashed Zimbabwean bowlers to score a huge stand of 292 runs for the opening wicket, the highest partnership among Bangladeshi players. This opening partnership helped the team to win the match by 123 runs via DLS. While putting the total on the board, Das scored 176 from 143 balls, which is also the highest score for Bangladesh in ODIs, while Tamim made 158.

286 – Upul Tharanga and Sanath Jayasuriya, SRI vs ENG

Sri Lankan opening pair holds the record for the 7th-highest partnership in ODI cricket. Upul Tharanga and Sanath Jayasuriya managed to stand for the 1st wicket, scoring 286 runs against England in the Natwest series 2006. The two smashed the English bowlers and helped the team to chase a total on the board easily, as a result beating England by 8 wickets. Tharanga scored 109 runs from 102 balls with 14 fours and Jayasuriya played a quick knock of 152 runs from 99 balls with 20 fours and 4 sixes.

284 – David Warner and Travis Head, AUS vs PAK

David Warner and Travis Head delivered the 8th-highest opening stand of 284 runs against Pakistan in 2017. They smashed 284 runs for the opening wicket, the highest opening partnership ever formed by Australia’s players. Warner managed to score 179 runs and Head managed to score 128 runs. Their innings ended with 369 runs from 50 overs and Australia successfully won the match against Pakistan by 57 runs.

282 – Quinton de Kock and Hashim Amla, SA vs BAN

South Africa’s opening pair Quinton de Kock and Hashim Amla formed a 282-run stand, the 9th-highest opening stand in ODI format. This is the only South African pair on the top-10 list. The partnership helped the team to easily chase down the target and Africa managed to beat Bangladesh with 10 wickets. De Kock scored 168* and Amla played a knock of 110*.

282 – Upul Tharanga and Tillakaratne Dilshan, SRI vs ZIM

The second Sri Lankan pair included in the list of top 10 partnerships scored 282 runs against Zimbabwe in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011. Tharanga scored 133 runs from 141 balls while Dilshan smashed 139 runs in 129 deliveries. The partnership helped the team to secure an easy win against Zimbabwe in their World Cup campaign.

Conclusion

Partnerships make or break a cricket match. They are so discouraging for the opposition that they eventually just end up giving away too many runs. That is why most of these partnerships are so huge. Here’s a quick summary of the top partnerships in ODI cricket.

Highest partnerships by runs

Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Match Date
CH Gayle, MN Samuels 372 2nd West Indies v Zimbabwe Canberra 24 Feb 2015
JD Campbell, SD Hope 365 1st West Indies v Ireland Dublin 5 May 2019
SR Tendulkar, R Dravid 331 2nd India v New Zealand Hyderabad (Deccan) 8 Nov 1999
SC Ganguly, R Dravid 318 2nd India v Sri Lanka Taunton 26 May 1999
Imam-ul-Haq, Fakhar Zaman 304 1st Pakistan v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 20 Jul 2018
Tamim Iqbal, Liton Das 292 1st Bangladesh v Zimbabwe Sylhet 6 Mar 2020
WU Tharanga, ST Jayasuriya 286 1st Sri Lanka v England Leeds 1 Jul 2006
DA Warner, TM Head 284 1st Australia v Pakistan Adelaide 26 Jan 2017
Q de Kock, HM Amla 282* 1st South Africa v Bangladesh Kimberley 15 Oct 2017
WU Tharanga, TM Dilshan 282 1st Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe Pallekele 10 Mar 2011
M Azharuddin, A Jadeja 275* 4th India v Zimbabwe Cuttack 9 Apr 1998
JAH Marshall, BB McCullum 274 1st New Zealand v Ireland Aberdeen 1 Jul 2008
GD Elliott, L Ronchi 267* 6th New Zealand v Sri Lanka Dunedin 23 Jan 2015
Aamer Sohail, Inzamam-ul-Haq 263 2nd Pakistan v New Zealand Sharjah 20 Apr 1994
DA Warner, SPD Smith 260 2nd Australia v Afghanistan Perth 4 Mar 2015
DA Warner, AJ Finch 258* 1st Australia v India Mumbai 14 Jan 2020
SC Ganguly, SR Tendulkar 258 1st India v Kenya Paarl 24 Oct 2001
DM Bravo, D Ramdin 258 3rd West Indies v Bangladesh Basseterre 25 Aug 2014
Saleem Elahi, Abdul Razzaq 257 2nd Pakistan v South Africa Port Elizabeth 11 Dec 2002
DA Miller, JP Duminy 256* 5th South Africa v Zimbabwe Hamilton 15 Feb 2015
JJ Roy, AD Hales 256* 1st England v Sri Lanka Birmingham 24 Jun 2016
Yuvraj Singh, MS Dhoni 256 4th India v England Cuttack 19 Jan 2017
SR Watson, RT Ponting 252* 2nd Australia v England Centurion 2 Oct 2009
SC Ganguly, SR Tendulkar 252 1st India v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 7 Jul 1998
F du Plessis, DA Miller 252 4th South Africa v Australia Hobart 11 Nov 2018
AJ Strauss, IJL Trott 250 2nd England v Bangladesh Birmingham 12 Jul 2010
AD Hales, JE Root 248 2nd England v Pakistan Nottingham 30 Aug 2016
HM Amla, RR Rossouw 247 1st South Africa v West Indies Johannesburg 18 Jan 2015
HM Amla, RR Rossouw 247 3rd South Africa v West Indies Centurion 28 Jan 2015
HM Amla, F du Plessis 247 2nd South Africa v Ireland Canberra 3 Mar 2015
AJ Finch, SE Marsh 246 1st Australia v Scotland Edinburgh 3 Sep 2013
RG Sharma, V Kohli 246 2nd India v West Indies Guwahati 21 Oct 2018
SR Tendulkar, SC Ganguly 244 2nd India v Namibia Pietermaritzburg 23 Feb 2003
SPD Smith, GJ Bailey 242 3rd Australia v India Perth 12 Jan 2016
Q de Kock, HM Amla 239 1st South Africa v England Centurion 9 Feb 2016
WIA Fernando, BKG Mendis 239 3rd Sri Lanka v West Indies Hambantota 26 Feb 2020
HM Amla, AB de Villiers 238 3rd South Africa v Pakistan Johannesburg 17 Mar 2013
R Dravid, SR Tendulkar 237* 3rd India v Kenya Bristol 23 May 1999
MS Atapattu, ST Jayasuriya 237 1st Sri Lanka v Australia Sydney 9 Jan 2003
RT Ponting, A Symonds 237 4th Australia v Sri Lanka Sydney 12 Feb 2006
MJ Guptill, TWM Latham 236* 1st New Zealand v Zimbabwe Harare 4 Aug 2015
SC Ganguly, R Dravid 236 2nd India v Sri Lanka Nagpur 22 Mar 1999
G Kirsten, HH Gibbs 235 1st South Africa v India Kochi 9 Mar 2000
RT Ponting, DR Martyn 234* 3rd Australia v India Johannesburg 23 Mar 2003
DJ Cullinan, JN Rhodes 232 4th South Africa v Pakistan Nairobi (Gym) 29 Sep 1996
WU Tharanga, TM Dilshan 231* 1st Sri Lanka v England Colombo (RPS) 26 Mar 2011
SR Tendulkar, NS Sidhu 231 2nd India v Pakistan Sharjah 15 Apr 1996
AM Rahane, S Dhawan 231 1st India v Sri Lanka Cuttack 2 Nov 2014
AJ Finch, DA Warner 231 1st Australia v India Bengaluru 28 Sep 2017
Saeed Anwar, Ijaz Ahmed 230 3rd Pakistan v India Dhaka 18 Jan 1998
RG Sharma, V Kohli 230 2nd India v New Zealand Kanpur 29 Oct 2017
N Dickwella, MD Gunathilaka 229 1st Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe Hambantota 6 Jul 2017
Mohammad Hafeez, Imran Farhat 228* 1st Pakistan v Zimbabwe Harare 11 Sep 2011
JF Kloppenburg, KJJ van Noortwijk 228 2nd Netherlands v Namibia Bloemfontein 3 Mar 2003
WTS Porterfield, KJ O’Brien 227 4th Ireland v Kenya Nairobi (Ruaraka) 2 Feb 2007
RG Sharma, KL Rahul 227 1st India v West Indies Visakhapatnam 18 Dec 2019
EJG Morgan, RS Bopara 226* 5th England v Ireland Dublin (Malahide) 3 Sep 2013
S Chanderpaul, CL Hooper 226 4th West Indies v South Africa East London 24 Jan 1999
MS Atapattu, DPMD Jayawardene 226 3rd Sri Lanka v India Sharjah 27 Oct 2000
AJ Strauss, A Flintoff 226 4th England v West Indies Lord’s 6 Jul 2004
DN Chudasama, KO Otieno 225 1st Kenya v Bangladesh Nairobi (Gym) 10 Oct 1997
AC Gilchrist, RT Ponting 225 2nd Australia v England Melbourne 15 Dec 2002
DM Jones, AR Border 224* 3rd Australia v Sri Lanka Adelaide 28 Jan 1985
G Gambhir, V Kohli 224 3rd India v Sri Lanka Kolkata 24 Dec 2009
Mohammad Hafeez, Nasir Jamshed 224 1st Pakistan v India Dhaka 18 Mar 2012
H Masakadza, Sikandar Raza 224 1st Zimbabwe v Afghanistan Bulawayo 20 Jul 2014
Shakib Al Hasan, Mahmudullah 224 5th Bangladesh v New Zealand Cardiff 9 Jun 2017
M Azharuddin, A Jadeja 223 5th India v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 17 Aug 1997
Shoaib Malik, Younis Khan 223 3rd Pakistan v Hong Kong Colombo (SSC) 18 Jul 2004
MG Bevan, SR Waugh 222 4th Australia v South Africa Melbourne (Docklands) 16 Aug 2000
CG Greenidge, IVA Richards 221 2nd West Indies v India Jamshedpur 7 Dec 1983
V Sehwag, Yuvraj Singh 221 3rd India v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 3 Feb 2009
HM Amla, AB de Villiers 221 3rd South Africa v Netherlands Mohali 3 Mar 2011
JJ Roy, JE Root 221 3rd England v Australia Melbourne 14 Jan 2018
A Symonds, MJ Clarke 220 5th Australia v New Zealand Wellington 7 Dec 2005
Imrul Kayes, Soumya Sarkar 220 2nd Bangladesh v Zimbabwe Chattogram 26 Oct 2018
ME Waugh, RT Ponting 219 2nd Australia v Zimbabwe Delhi 11 Apr 1998
ML Hayden, RT Ponting 219 2nd Australia v India Visakhapatnam 3 Apr 2001
Naved Latif, Inzamam-ul-Haq 219 3rd Pakistan v Sri Lanka Sharjah 2 Nov 2001
JP Duminy, AB de Villiers 219 3rd South Africa v Zimbabwe Benoni 22 Oct 2010
RG Sharma, V Kohli 219 2nd India v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 31 Aug 2017
Karim Sadiq, Mohammad Shahzad 218* 2nd Afghanistan v Scotland Ayr 16 Aug 2010
DPMD Jayawardene, MS Dhoni 218 6th Asia XI v Africa XI Chennai 10 Jun 2007
SD Hope, SO Hetmyer 218 2nd West Indies v India Chennai 15 Dec 2019
AM Samad, A Bagai 217 3rd Canada v Bermuda King City (NW) 1 Jul 2008
Aqib Ilyas, Zeeshan Maqsood 216 3rd Oman v U.S.A. Kirtipur 11 Feb 2020
WU Tharanga, DPMD Jayawardene 215 1st Sri Lanka v Bangladesh Dhaka 8 Jan 2010
PR Stirling, A Balbirnie 214 2nd Ireland v England Southampton 4 Aug 2020
ST Jayasuriya, PA de Silva 213* 3rd Sri Lanka v Pakistan Lahore 5 Nov 1997
GA Hick, NH Fairbrother 213 3rd England v West Indies Lord’s 27 May 1991
VVS Laxman, Yuvraj Singh 213 4th India v Australia Sydney 22 Jan 2004
WU Tharanga, DPMD Jayawardene 213 1st Sri Lanka v India Kingston 2 Jul 2013
V Kohli, AM Rahane 213 3rd India v Bangladesh Fatullah 26 Feb 2014
RG Sharma, SS Iyer 213 2nd India v Sri Lanka Mohali 13 Dec 2017
HDRL Thirimanne, KC Sangakkara 212* 2nd Sri Lanka v England Wellington 1 Mar 2015
GR Marsh, DC Boon 212 1st Australia v India Jaipur 7 Sep 1986
S Dhawan, V Kohli 212 2nd India v Australia Canberra 20 Jan 2016
AT Carey, GJ Maxwell 212 6th Australia v England Manchester 16 Sep 2020
KA Edwards, DJ Bravo 211 4th West Indies v New Zealand Hamilton 8 Jan 2014
RG Sharma, AT Rayudu 211 3rd India v West Indies Mumbai (BS) 29 Oct 2018
TM Dilshan, KC Sangakkara 210* 2nd Sri Lanka v Bangladesh Melbourne 26 Feb 2015
AJ Strauss, PD Collingwood 210 4th England v Bangladesh Nottingham 21 Jun 2005
RG Sharma, S Dhawan 210 1st India v Pakistan Dubai (DSC) 23 Sep 2018
G Gambhir, V Kohli 209* 3rd India v England Delhi 17 Oct 2011
G Kirsten, ND McKenzie 209 2nd South Africa v Kenya Cape Town 22 Oct 2001
N Dickwella, MD Gunathilaka 209 1st Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe Hambantota 8 Jul 2017
UT Khawaja, AJ Finch 209 1st Australia v Pakistan Sharjah 24 Mar 2019
CS MacLeod, RD Berrington 208 3rd Scotland v Afghanistan Bulawayo 4 Mar 2018
ME Waugh, SR Waugh 207 3rd Australia v Kenya Visakhapatnam 23 Feb 1996
RG Sharma, V Kohli 207 2nd India v Australia Perth 12 Jan 2016
Tamim Iqbal, Shakib Al Hasan 207 2nd Bangladesh v West Indies Providence 22 Jul 2018
AC Gilchrist, ME Waugh 206 1st Australia v West Indies Brisbane 14 Jan 2001
Shoaib Malik, Mohammad Yousuf 206 4th Pakistan v India Centurion 26 Sep 2009
F du Plessis, AB de Villiers 206 3rd South Africa v Australia Harare 27 Aug 2014
KS Williamson, LRPL Taylor 206 3rd New Zealand v England Southampton 14 Jun 2015
DL Haynes, IVA Richards 205 2nd West Indies v Australia Melbourne 9 Dec 1979
Mohsin Khan, Zaheer Abbas 205 2nd Pakistan v India Multan 17 Dec 1982
Moin-ul-Atiq, Ijaz Ahmed 205 3rd Pakistan v Bangladesh Chattogram 29 Oct 1988
Salman Butt, Younis Khan 205 2nd Pakistan v India Dhaka 14 Jun 2008
Noor Ali Zadran, Mohammad Shahzad 205 2nd Afghanistan v Canada Sharjah 16 Feb 2010
G Gambhir, V Kohli 205 2nd India v Sri Lanka Dhaka 13 Mar 2012
WTS Porterfield, PR Stirling 205 1st Ireland v U.A.E. Harare 12 Mar 2018
Inzamam-ul-Haq, Saleem Malik 204 2nd Pakistan v Sri Lanka Rawalpindi 19 Jan 1992
Saeed Anwar, Ramiz Raja 204 1st Pakistan v Sri Lanka Sharjah 4 Feb 1993
L Vincent, SP Fleming 204 1st New Zealand v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 24 Aug 2005
MJ Clarke, BJ Hodge 204 4th Australia v Netherlands Basseterre 18 Mar 2007
EJG Morgan, JC Buttler 204 4th England v West Indies St George’s 27 Feb 2019
GM Hamilton, DF Watts 203 1st Scotland v Canada Aberdeen 7 Jul 2009
V Sehwag, V Kohli 203 3rd India v Bangladesh Dhaka 19 Feb 2011
GA Gooch, DI Gower 202 2nd England v Australia Lord’s 3 Jun 1985
Ramiz Raja, Saeed Anwar 202 1st Pakistan v Sri Lanka Adelaide 17 Feb 1990
SV Carlisle, SM Ervine 202 4th Zimbabwe v India Adelaide 24 Jan 2004
SC Ganguly, V Sehwag 202 2nd India v Bermuda Port of Spain 19 Mar 2007
WU Tharanga, DPMD Jayawardene 202 1st Sri Lanka v Pakistan Dambulla 3 Aug 2009
RG Sharma, V Kohli 202 3rd India v Sri Lanka Kolkata 13 Nov 2014
G Gambhir, V Sehwag 201* 1st India v New Zealand Hamilton 11 Mar 2009
V Sehwag, R Dravid 201 3rd India v Pakistan Kochi 2 Apr 2005
WU Tharanga, ST Jayasuriya 201 1st Sri Lanka v New Zealand Napier 28 Dec 2006
ST Jayasuriya, KC Sangakkara 201 1st Sri Lanka v Bangladesh Karachi 30 Jun 2008
Shoaib Malik, Haris Sohail 201 3rd Pakistan v Zimbabwe Lahore 26 May 2015
WTS Porterfield, A Balbirnie 201 2nd Ireland v U.A.E. ICCA Dubai 13 Jan 2018
SC Williams, S Chanderpaul 200* 1st West Indies v India Bridgetown 3 May 1997
Shoaib Malik, Yousuf Youhana 200* 3rd Pakistan v Sri Lanka Karachi 6 Oct 2004
ME Trescothick, VS Solanki 200 1st England v South Africa The Oval 28 Jun 2003
ML Hayden, RT Ponting 200 2nd Australia v New Zealand Perth 28 Jan 2007
TM Dilshan, KC Sangakkara 200 2nd Sri Lanka v India Hobart 28 Feb 2012
V Kohli, KM Jadhav 200 5th India v England Pune 15 Jan 2017
LRPL Taylor, TWM Latham 200 4th New Zealand v India Mumbai 22 Oct 2017
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