List of Australia One Day International cricket records

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This is a list of Australia One-Day International cricket records, that is record team and individual performances in One Day International (ODI) cricket. Records for Test cricket are at List of Test cricket records. This list is based on the List of One-Day International cricket records.

Listing criteria[edit]

In general the top ten are listed in each category (except when there is a tie for the last place among the ten, when all the tied record holders are noted).

Listing notation[edit]

Team Notation

  • (300–3) indicates that a team scored 300 runs for three wickets and the innings was closed, either due to a successful run chase or if no overs remained (or are able) to be bowled.
  • (300) indicates that a team scored 300 runs and was all out, either by losing all ten wickets or by having one or more batsmen unable to bat and losing the remaining wickets.

Batting Notation

  • (100) indicates that a batsman scored 100 runs and was out.
  • (100*) indicates that a batsman scored 100 runs and was not out.

Bowling Notation

  • (5–100) indicates that a bowler has captured 5 wickets while giving away 100 runs.

Currently playing

  • Record holders who are currently playing ODIs (i.e. their record details listed could change) are shown in bold.

Team records[edit]

Team wins, losses, and ties[edit]

Matches played (total)[edit]

Team Matches Won Lost Tied No result % Won
 Australia 906 555 308 9 34 64.16
Note: Win percentage excludes no result matches and counts ties as half wins i.e. [won÷(matches – noresult)×100].

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 1 October 2017.

Matches played (by country)[edit]

Team Opponent 1st ODI Matches Won Lost Tied No result % Won
 Australia  England 5 January 1971 137 80 52 2 3 60.44
 New Zealand 30 March 1974 136 90 39 0 7 69.76
 Pakistan 7 June 1975 98 62 32 1 3 65.78
 Sri Lanka 11 June 1975 96 60 32 0 4 65.21
 West Indies 14 June 1975 139 73 60 3 3 54.77
 Canada 16 June 1979 2 2 0 0 0 100.00
 India 6 December 1980 128 73 45 0 10 61.86
 Zimbabwe 9 June 1983 30 27 2 0 1 93.10
 Bangladesh 30 April 1990 20 18 1 0 1 94.73
 South Africa 26 February 1992 96 47 45 3 1 51.05
 Kenya 23 February 1996 5 5 0 0 0 100.00
 Scotland 16 May 1999 5 5 0 0 0 100.00
 Netherlands 20 February 2003 2 2 0 0 0 100.00
 Namibia 27 February 2003 1 1 0 0 0 100.00
 United States 13 September 2004 1 1 0 0 0 100.00
ICC World XI 5 October 2005 3 3 0 0 0 100.00
 Ireland 13 April 2007 5 4 0 0 1 100.00
 Afghanistan 25 August 2012 2 2 0 0 0 100.00
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 1 October 2017.

Most consecutive wins[edit]

Rank Wins Team Period
1 21  Australia 11 January 2003 to 24 May 2003
2 11 14 March 2007 to 28 April 2007
3 10 23 February 1990 to 2 May 1990
11 January 2001 to 9 February 2001
2 November 2009 to 9 February 2010
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 15 January 2016.
*Indicates sequence still in progress

Team scoring records[edit]

Highest innings totals[edit]

Rank Score Opponent Venue Date Scorecard
1 434–4 (50 overs)  South Africa Johannesburg 12 March 2006 Scorecard
2 417–6 (50 overs)  Afghanistan Perth 4 March 2015 Scorecard
3 378–5 (50 overs)  New Zealand Canberra 12 December 2016 Scorecard
4 377–6 (50 overs)  South Africa St Kitt's 24 March 2007 Scorecard
5 376–9 (50 overs)  Sri Lanka Sydney 8 March 2015 Scorecard
6 371–6 (50 overs)  South Africa Durban 5 October 2016 Scorecard
7 369–7 (50 overs)  Pakistan Adelaide 26 January 2017 Scorecard
8 368–5 (50 overs)  Sri Lanka Sydney 12 February 2006 Scorecard
9 362–3 (50 overs)  Scotland Edinburgh 3 September 2013 Scorecard
10 361–8 (50 overs)  Bangladesh Dhaka 13 April 2011 Scorecard
Last updated: 26 January 2017.[1]

Highest match aggregate[edit]

Rank Score Teams Venue Date
1 872–13 (99.5 overs)  Australia (434–4) v  South Africa (438–9) Johannesburg 12 March 2006
2 743–12 (99.2 overs)  Australia (371–6) v  South Africa (372–6) Durban 5 October 2016
3 721–6 (93.3 overs)  Australia (359–5) v  India (362–1) Jaipur 16 October 2013
4 709–16 (95.1 overs)  India (383–6) v  Australia (326) Bangalore 2 November 2013
5 701–10 (99.3 overs)  Australia (350–6) v  India (351–4) Nagpur 30 October 2013
6 697–14 (99.4 overs)  Australia (350–4) v  India (347) Hyderabad 5 November 2009
7 696–14 (99.3 overs)  Australia (346–5) v  New Zealand (350–9) Hamilton 20 February 2007
8 688–18 (96.2 overs)  Australia (376–9) v  Sri Lanka (312–9) Sydney 8 March 2015
9 681–16 (99.1 overs)  Australia (369–7) v  Pakistan (312) Adelaide 26 January 2017
10 678–10 (100 overs)  Australia (343–5) v  New Zealand (335–5) Perth 28 January 2007
Last updated: 26 January 2017.[2]

Largest successful run chases[edit]

Rank Score Opponent Venue Date
1 334–8 (49.2 overs)  England Sydney 2 February 2011
2 330–7 (49.1 overs)  South Africa Port Elizabeth 6 April 2002
3 316–4 (48.5 overs)  Pakistan Lahore 10 November 1998
4 310–5 (49.3 overs)  India Perth 12 January 2016
5 309–3 (49.0 overs)  India Brisbane 15 January 2016
6 304–6 (49.3 overs)  India Mohali 19 October 2013
7 304–7 (49.5 overs)  England Hobart 23 January 2015
8 302–6 (48.2 overs)  England Nottingham 15 September 2009
9 301–9 (49.3 overs)  England Brisbane 17 January 2014
10 297–4 (49.1 overs)  England Melbourne 16 January 2011
Source: Cricinfo.com. Last updated: 5 December 2016

Lowest innings totals[edit]

Rank Score Opponent Venue Date
1 70 (26.3 overs)  New Zealand Adelaide 27 January 1986
2 70 (25.2 overs)  England Birmingham 4 June 1977
3 74 (26.4 overs)  Sri Lanka Brisbane 18 January 2013
4 91 (35.4 overs)  West Indies Perth 4 January 1987
5 93 (34.3 overs)  South Africa Cape Town 3 March 2006
6 101 (33.5x8 overs)  England Melbourne 24 January 1979
7 101 (37.5 overs)  India Perth 8 December 1991
8 107 (32.2 overs)  West Indies Melbourne 24 January 1982
9 109 (27.3 overs)  England Sydney 26 January 1983
10 120 (41.3 overs)  Pakistan Hobart 7 January 1997
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 20 July 2013

Shortest innings (by balls)[edit]

Rank Overs Score Opponent Venue Date
1 24.2 overs 148  New Zealand Auckland 3 February 2016
2 25.2 overs 70  England Birmingham 4 June 1977
3 26.3 overs 70  New Zealand Adelaide 27 January 1986
4 26.4 overs 74  Sri Lanka Brisbane 18 January 2013
5 27.3 overs 109  England Sydney 26 January 1983
6 32.2 overs 107  West Indies Melbourne 24 January 1982
32.2 overs 151  New Zealand Auckland 28 February 2015
8 32.3 overs 185  South Africa Cape Town 9 April 2002
9 33.0 overs 184  Sri Lanka Colombo 7 September 1996
10 34.0 overs 124  New Zealand Sydney 17 March 1983
Note: for completed innings with team wickets =10.

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 6 February 2016

Highest win margins (by runs)[edit]

Margin Target Opposition Ground Date
275 runs 418 v Afghanistan Perth 4 March 2015
256 runs 302 v Namibia Potchefstroom 27 Feb 2003
232 runs 324 v Sri Lanka Adelaide 28 January 1985
229 runs 359 v Netherlands St. Kitts 18 March 2007
224 runs 333 v Pakistan Nairobi 30 August 2002
Source: [1]. Last Updated: 20 June 2018

Individual records[edit]

Individual records (batting)[edit]

Highest individual score[edit]

Rank Runs Player Opponent Venue Date
1 185* Shane Watson  Bangladesh Dhaka 11 April 2011
2 181* Matthew Hayden  New Zealand Hamilton 20 February 2007
3 179 David Warner  Pakistan Adelaide 26 January 2017
4 178 David Warner  Afghanistan Perth 4 March 2015
=5 173 Mark Waugh  West Indies Melbourne 9 February 2001
David Warner  South Africa Cape Town 12 October 2016
7 172 Adam Gilchrist  Zimbabwe Hobart 16 January 2004
=8 164 Ricky Ponting  South Africa Johannesburg 12 March 2006
Steve Smith  New Zealand Sydney 4 December 2016
10 163 David Warner  Sri Lanka Brisbane 4 March 2012
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 26 January 2017.

Most career runs[edit]

Rank Runs Player Matches Innings Period
1 13,589 Ricky Ponting 374 364 1995–2012
2 9,595 Adam Gilchrist 286 278 1996–2008
3 8,500 Mark Waugh 244 236 1988–2002
4 7,981 Michael Clarke 245 223 2003–2015
5 7,569 Steve Waugh 325 288 1986–2002
6 6,912 Michael Bevan 232 196 1994–2004
7 6,524 Allan Border 273 252 1979–1994
8 6,131 Matthew Hayden 160 154 1993–2008
9 6,068 Dean Jones 164 161 1984–1994
10 5,964 David Boon 181 177 1984–1995
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 15 January 2016.

Highest career average[edit]

Rank Average Player Runs Innings Not Out Period
1 53.58 Michael Bevan 6,912 196 67 1994–2004
2 48.15 Michael Hussey 5,442 157 44 2004–2012
3 45.78 Adam Voges 870 28 9 2007–2013
4 44.94 David Warner 4,421 99 4 2009–
5 44.61 Dean Jones 6,068 161 25 1984–1994
6 44.58 Michael Clarke 7,981 223 44 2003–2015
7 43.23 Steve Smith 3,825 89 12 2010–
8 44.10 Matthew Hayden 6,131 154 15 1993–2008
9 41.81 Ricky Ponting 13,589 364 39 1995–2012
10 41.43 Callum Ferguson 663 25 9 2009–
Qualification: 20 innings.

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 1 October 2017.

Best strike rates[edit]

Rank Strike rate Player Innings Balls Faced Runs Period
1 123.93 Glenn Maxwell 71 1,642 2,035 2012–
2 104.24 James Faulkner 52 990 1,032 2013–
3 96.89 Adam Gilchrist 278 9,902 9,595 1996–2008
4 96.58 David Warner 99 4,421 4,270 2009–
5 96.35 Mitchell Johnson 91 987 951 2005–2015
6 95.40 Shane Lee 35 500 477 1995–2001
7 94.37 Mitchell Marsh 44 1,316 1,242 2011–
8 93.71 James Hopes 61 1,415 1,326 2005–2010
9 92.44 Andrew Symonds 161 5,504 5,088 1998–2009
10 90.70 David Hussey 61 1,980 1,796 2008–2013
Qualification: 500 balls.

Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 1 October 2017.

Most career centuries[edit]

Rank Most Centuries Player Innings Highest Score Period
1 30 Ricky Ponting 364 164 1995–2012
2 18 Mark Waugh 236 173 1988–2002
3 16 Adam Gilchrist 278 172 1996–2008
4 14 David Warner 99 179 2009–
5 10 Matthew Hayden 154 181* 1993–2008
=6 9 Geoff Marsh 115 126* 1986–1992
Shane Watson 169 185* 2002–2015
=8 8 Aaron Finch 81 148 2013–
Steve Smith 89 164 2010–
Michael Clarke 223 130 2003–2015
10 7 Dean Jones 161 145 1984–1994
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 1 October 2017.

Individual records (bowling)[edit]

Best figures in a match[edit]

Rank Bowling Player Opponent Overs Venue Date
1 7/15 Glenn McGrath  Namibia 7.0 Potchefstroom 27 February 2003
2 7/20 Andy Bichel  England 10.0 Port Elizabeth 2 March 2003
3 6/14 Gary Gilmour  England 12.0 Headingley 18 June 1975
4 6/28 Mitchell Starc  New Zealand 9.0 Auckland 28 February 2015
5 6/31 Mitchell Johnson  Sri Lanka 10.0 Pallekele 10 August 2011
6 6/39 Ken MacLeay  India 11.5 Nottingham 13 June 1983
7 6/43 Mitchell Starc  India 10.0 Melbourne 18 January 2015
8 6/45 John Hastings  Sri Lanka 10.0 Dumbulla 31 August 2016
9 6/52 Josh Hazlewood  New Zealand 9.0 Birmingham 2 June 2017
10 5/13 Simon O'Donnell  New Zealand 6.0 Christchurch 4 March 1990
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 2 June 2017.

Most career wickets[edit]

Rank Wickets Player Matches BBI Period
1 380 Glenn McGrath 249 7/15 1993–2007
380 Brett Lee 221 5/22 2000–2012
3 291 Shane Warne 193 5/33 1993–2003
4 239 Mitchell Johnson 153 6/31 2005–2015
5 203 Craig McDermott 138 5/44 1985–1996
6 195 Steve Waugh 325 4/33 1986–2002
7 174 Nathan Bracken 116 5/47 2001–2009
8 168 Shane Watson 190 4/36 2002–2015
9 156 Brad Hogg 123 5/32 1996–2008
10 142 Jason Gillespie 97 5/22 1996–2005
BBI – Best Bowling in an Innings. Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 15 September 2015.

Individual records (wicket-keeping)[edit]

Most dismissals (catches plus stumpings) in ODI career[edit]

Rank Dismissals Player Matches Caught Stumped
1 470 Adam Gilchrist 286 416 54
2 233 Ian Healy 168 194 39
3 181 Brad Haddin 126 170 11
4 124 Rod Marsh 92 120 4
5 117 Matthew Wade 94 108 9
6 49 Wayne B. Phillips 48 42 7
7 39 Tim Paine 26 35 4
8 28 Greg Dyer 23 24 4
9 23 Tim Zoehrer 22 21 2
10 11 Steve Rixon 6 9 2
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 1 October 2017.

Individual records (fielding)[edit]

Most catches (non-wicketkeeper)[edit]

Rank Catches Player Matches
1 159 Ricky Ponting 374
2 127 Allan Border 273
3 111 Steve Waugh 325
4 108 Mark Waugh 244
5 106 Michael Clarke 245
6 105 Michael Hussey 185
7 82 Andrew Symonds 198
8 80 Shane Warne 193
9 69 Damien Martyn 208
Michael Bevan 232
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 29 March 2015.

Individual records (other)[edit]

Most matches played[edit]

Rank Matches Player Period
1 374 Ricky Ponting 1995–2012
2 325 Steve Waugh 1986–2002
3 286 Adam Gilchrist 1996–2008
4 273 Allan Border 1979–1994
5 249 Glenn McGrath 1993–2007
6 245 Michael Clarke 2003–2015
7 244 Mark Waugh 1988–2002
8 232 Michael Bevan 1994–2004
9 221 Brett Lee 2000–2012
10 208 Damien Martyn 1992–2006
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 29 March 2015.

Partnership records[edit]

Highest wicket partnerships[edit]

Partnership Runs Players Opponent Venue Date
1st wicket 284 David Warner & Travis Head  Pakistan Adelaide 26 January 2017
2nd wicket 260 David Warner & Steven Smith  Afghanistan Perth 4 March 2015
3rd wicket 242 Steven Smith & George Bailey  India Perth 12 January 2016
4th wicket 237 Ricky Ponting & Andrew Symonds  Sri Lanka Sydney 12 February 2006
5th wicket 220 Andrew Symonds & Michael Clarke  New Zealand Wellington 7 December 2005
6th wicket 165 Michael Hussey & Brad Haddin  West Indies Kuala Lumpur 18 September 2006
7th wicket 123 Michael Hussey & Brett Lee  South Africa Brisbane 15 January 2006
8th wicket 119 Paul Reiffel & Shane Warne  South Africa Port Elizabeth 4 April 1994
9th wicket 115 James Faulkner & Clint McKay  India Bangalore 2 November 2013
10th wicket 63 Shane Watson & Andy Bichel  Sri Lanka Sydney 9 January 2003
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 26 January 2017.

Highest partnerships[edit]

Rank Wicket Runs Players Opponent Venue Date
1 1st wicket 284 David Warner & Travis Head  Pakistan Adelaide 26 January 2017
2 2nd wicket 260 David Warner & Steven Smith  Afghanistan Perth 4 March 2015
3 2nd wicket 252* Shane Watson & Ricky Ponting  England Centurion 2 October 2009
4 1st wicket 246 Aaron Finch & Shaun Marsh  Scotland Edinburgh 3 September 2013
5 3rd wicket 242 Steven Smith & George Bailey  India Perth 12 January 2016
6 4th wicket 237 Ricky Ponting & Andrew Symonds  Sri Lanka Sydney 12 February 2006
7 3rd wicket 234* Ricky Ponting & Damien Martyn  India Johannesburg 23 March 2003
8 1st wicket 231 David Warner &Aaron Finch  India Bangalore 28 September 2017
9 2nd wicket 225 Adam Gilchrist & Ricky Ponting  England Melbourne 15 December 2002
10 3rd wicket 224* Dean Jones & Allan Border  Sri Lanka Adelaide 28 January 1985
11 4th wicket 222 Michael Bevan & Steve Waugh  South Africa Melbourne 16 August 2000
Source: Cricinfo. Last updated: 31 January 2017.

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