Top 10 lowest totals ever defended in ODIs
Updated - Feb 25, 2015 9:36 am
Top 10 lowest totals ever defended in ODIs: Low totals tend to produce the best matches as there is no space for complacency. The bowlers know they have to put in their best as they don’t have a big total for comfort. Batsmen know that bowlers will come hard at them and they want to survive the early onslaught.
Here are the 10 lowest totals ever defended.
10. Pakistan 146
New Zealand 110, Auckland 1993/94
Pakistan made 147 thanks to Aamir Sohail (48) and Wasim Akram (33) on a cold Auckland morning. Pakistan used the conditions via Wasim Akram (4/34) and dismissed New Zealand for 110 to win the match by 37 runs.