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300 totals in two consecutive ODIs

Written by Muhammad Asim on January 31st, 2007   (287 views)

New Zealand registered above 300 totals in their two consecutive ODIs at Perth – 335 against Australia and 318 England. This was the 22nd instance in ODIs when a side registered 300 or more runs in an innings in two consecutive ODI’s. It was also the second such instance for New Zealand. The table shows the complete details.

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