Top 5 lowest ODI totals since 2010

Top 5 lowest ODI totals since 2010

Top 5 lowest ODI totals since 2010: Long gone are those days when more than 270 runs assured the safety of a smooth defence. Times and rules have changed and so have the scores in cricket. Every strong bowling line-up is now susceptible to possess loose ends, aiding batsmen to score plenty. But there are exceptions, with some unlikely low scores in ODIs since the start of the decade. Brace yourselves, as some on the list are quite shocking.

Here are the Top 5 lowest ODI totals since 2010:

5. Afghanistan – 63 v Scotland:

Bangladesh v Afghanistan - 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup
Afghanistan. (© Getty Images)

The low profile match in Abu Dhabi saw Afghanistan getting out for just 63 runs in an unsuccessful chase for 214 runs. Scotland fast bowlers Davey and Wardlaw took six and 4 wickets respectively. The first wicket partnership for Bangladesh scored 38 runs, the highest first wicket partnership in an innings of total score below 70.

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