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IND vs NZ 2nd ODI: Featuring India and New Zealand, a look at highest scores in Seddon Park

A look at highest scores in Seddon Park as India take New Zealand in second ODI

varun-malik Written By: Varun Malik [Published on: November 26, 2022 17:45 IST]
  • IND vs NZ 2nd ODI: Featuring India and New Zealand, a look at highest scores in Seddon Park
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    IND vs NZ 2nd ODI: Featuring India and New Zealand, a look at highest scores in Seddon Park
  • 5th- New Zealand smashed 333/8 vs Netherlands in an ODI on 4th April 2022. In reply, the Netherlands were bowled out for 218
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    5th- New Zealand smashed 333/8 vs Netherlands in an ODI on 4th April 2022. In reply, the Netherlands were bowled out for 218
  • 4th- South Africa scored 339/4 in a 50- over match against Zimbabwe in 2015. Zimbabwe managed to score 277 in reply
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    4th- South Africa scored 339/4 in a 50- over match against Zimbabwe in 2015. Zimbabwe managed to score 277 in reply
  • 3rd - Australia scored a mammoth 346/5 against New Zealand in an ODI match in 2007. In reply, the Kiwis chased the total in the final over as they scored 350/9
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    3rd - Australia scored a mammoth 346/5 against New Zealand in an ODI match in 2007. In reply, the Kiwis chased the total in the final over as they scored 350/9
  • 2nd- India scored 347/4 against New Zealand in 2020. New Zealand went on to chase the target in the 49th over with 4 wickets in hand. NZ scored 348
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    2nd- India scored 347/4 against New Zealand in 2020. New Zealand went on to chase the target in the 49th over with 4 wickets in hand. NZ scored 348
  • 1st- West Indies hold the record for the highest total at the venue. West Indies scored 363/4 against New Zealand in 2014
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    1st- West Indies hold the record for the highest total at the venue. West Indies scored 363/4 against New Zealand in 2014