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Australia's memorable 1000th ODI culminates with a historic win

Australia defeated West Indies by 8 wickets to register a huge win in the 3rd ODI in Canberra. They chased 87 in just 6.5 overs to record a historic win.

varun-malik Edited By: Varun Malik @varunm0212 [Published on: February 06, 2024 18:15 IST]
  • Australia registered their biggest-ever ODI win (in terms of balls remaining) against West Indies in the third ODI of the three-match series. They chased the 87-run target in 6.5 overs to clinch the series 3-0.
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    Australia registered their biggest-ever ODI win (in terms of balls remaining) against West Indies in the third ODI of the three-match series. They chased the 87-run target in 6.5 overs to clinch the series 3-0.
  • The Aussies were quite dominant. They first rattled the Windies for just 86 well led by Xavier Bartlett before Jake Fraser-McGurk's hitting took them to the target within 41 balls
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    The Aussies were quite dominant. They first rattled the Windies for just 86 well led by Xavier Bartlett before Jake Fraser-McGurk's hitting took them to the target within 41 balls
  • The Aussies won with 259 balls left. They improved their previous record of a win in 7.5 overs (253 balls remaining). That record was registered in 2004 when the Aussies defeated the USA.
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    The Aussies won with 259 balls left. They improved their previous record of a win in 7.5 overs (253 balls remaining). That record was registered in 2004 when the Aussies defeated the USA.
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  • This is also the biggest ODI win ever achieved on Australian soil. The previous best came in 2013 when Australia defeated the same opponents Windies in 9.2 overs.
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    This is also the biggest ODI win ever achieved on Australian soil. The previous best came in 2013 when Australia defeated the same opponents Windies in 9.2 overs.
  • Australia registered their 19th ODI series whitewash and leapfrogged the Windies in most ODI whitewashes. But they are still four behind Pakistan.
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    Australia registered their 19th ODI series whitewash and leapfrogged the Windies in most ODI whitewashes. But they are still four behind Pakistan.
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