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Greatest Winning Margins in Cricket

greatest winning by highest run margins in cricket

In this table, we are giving some data of one day international greatest winning by highest run margins in cricket. Here are some records by teams which team is still on top of the table.
Greatest Winning Margins(By Runs)
Greatest winning by runs and balls remaining in one day international in cricket history.

Date Team Margin Venue
1 July 2008 New Zealand (402–2) beat Ireland (112) 290 runs Mannofield Park, Aberdeen
4 March 2015 Australia (417–6) beat Afghanistan (142) 275 runs WACA, Perth
22 October 2010 South Africa (399–6) beat Zimbabwe (127) 272 runs Willowmoore Park, Benoni
11 January 2012 South Africa (301–8) beat Sri Lanka (43) 258 runs Boland Park, Paarl
19 March 2007 India (413–5) beat Bermuda (156) 257 runs Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad
27 February 2015 South Africa (408–5) beat West Indies (151) 257 runs SCG, Sydney

Greatest Winning Margins(By Balls Remaining)

Date Team Margin Venue
13 June 1979 England (46–2) beat Canada (45) 277 balls Old Trafford, Manchester
8 December 2001 Sri Lanka (40–1) beat Zimbabwe (38) 274 balls SSC, Colombo
19 February 2003 Sri Lanka (37–1) beat Canada (36) 272 balls Boland Park, Paarl
31 December 2007 New Zealand (95–0) beat Bangladesh (93) 264 balls Queenstown, New Zealand
13 September 2004 Australia (66–1) beat United States (65) 253 balls The Rose Bowl, Southampton
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