Top 5 highest successful ODI chases losing only 1 or no wicket

Top 5 highest successful ODI chases losing only 1 or no wicket

Top 5 highest successful ODI chases losing only 1 or no wicket: Chasing more than 200 runs in an ODI is a challenging task, but chasing it by losing the least amount of wickets possible is even a much bigger task.  But field restrictions and innovative batting nowadays has resulted in totals of 250 and more being chased with least number of wickets lost in the process.

Here are the top 5 chases in ODIs while losing only 1 or no wicket.

5. 251- Pakistan v Australia Rawalpindi 1994

251- Pakistan v Australia Rawalpindi 1994. (Photo Source:Pakistan Cricket Board)
251- Pakistan v Australia Rawalpindi 1994. (Photo Source:Pakistan Cricket Board)

Australia made 250 batting first against Pakistan in the 6th match of the Wills Triangular Series in Rawalpindi. Mark Waugh made 121* and was supported by Justin Langer (27). Pakistan’s reply was based on a brilliant 104*from Saeed Anwar and 91* from Inzamam-ul-Haq. Aamer Sohail was dismissed for 45 by Peter May.

Pakistan won by 9 wickets in hand and 66 balls remaining.

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