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ODI Cricket World Cup All-Time Batting Records

The 2023 ODI World Cup is scheduled to commence in India on October 5, 2023, with the defending champions England facing New Zealand in the opening match at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Since 1975, a total of 12 editions of the global ODI competition have been played since its inception.

Australia has won the prestigious ICC event a record-setting five times, while India and the West Indies have each won it twice. The previous 12 editions of the ODI World Cup have provided supporters with numerous thrilling matches that have at times resulted in the creation and shattering of records.

Given the caliber of the participating players in the upcoming ODI World Cup in India, it is possible that several records will be broken. In light of this, we take a look at the major records that have been set in the annals of the ODI World Cup. Users who participate in fantasy cricket will consider these statistics when constructing their ODI Cricket World Cup teams.

ODI World Cup 2023: Most Runs in ODI World Cup

Name Period Mat Innings No Runs HS AVG BF SR 100 50 0
Sachin Tendulkar 1992-2011 45 44 4 2278 152 56.95 2560 88.98 6 15 2
Ricky Ponting 1996-2011 46 42 4 1743 140* 45.86 2180 79.95 5 6 1
Kumar Sangakkara 2003-2015 37 35 8 1532 124 56.74 1770 86.55 5 7 1
Brian Lara 1992-2007 34 33 4 1225 116 42.24 1420 86.26 2 7 1
AB de Villiers 2007-2015 23 22 3 1207 162* 63.52 1029 117.29 4 6 4
Chris Gayle 2003-2019 35 34 1 1186 215 35.93 1310 90.53 2 6 2
Sanath Jayasuriya 1992-2007 38 37 3 1165 120 34.26 1285 90.66 3 6 0
Jacques Kallis 1996-2011 36 32 7 1148 128* 45.92 1543 74.4 1 9 2
Shakib Al Hasan 2007-2019 29 29 4 1146 124* 45.84 1393 82.26 2 10 1
Tillakaratne Dilshan 2007-2015 27 25 4 1112 161* 52.95 1196 92.97 4 4 2

ODI World Cup 2023: Most Sixes in World Cup History

Player Matches Innings Sixes
C Gayle (WI) 35 34 49
AB De Villiers (SA) 23 22 37
R Ponting (AUS) 46 42 31
B McCullum (NZ) 34 27 29
H Gibbs (SA) 25 23 28
S Tendulkar (IND) 45 44 27
S Jayasuriya (SL) 38 37 27
E Morgan (ENG) 29 27 26
S Ganguly (IND) 21 21 25
A Finch (AUS) 18 18 24

 

ODI World Cup 2023: Most Fours in World Cup History

Players Span Innings Runs Fours Sixes
Sachin Tendulkar (IND) 1992-2011 44 2,278 241 6
Kumar Sangakkara (SL) 2003-2015 35 1,532 147 14
Ricky Ponting (AUS) 1996-2011 42 1,743 145 31
Adam Gilchrist (AUS) 1999-2007 31 1,085 141 19
Stephen Fleming (NZ) 1996-2007 33 1,075 134 11
Brian Lara (WI) 1992-2007 33 1,225 131 17
TM Dilshan (SL) 2007-2015 25 1,112 122 9
AB de Villiers (SA) 2007-2015 23 1,029 121 37
Sanath Jayasuriya (SL) 1992-2007 37 1,165 120 27
Chris Gayle (WI) 2003-2019 34 1,186 116 49

ODI World Cup 2023: Most Fifties in World Cup History

Player Span Inns Runs HS Ave 100s 50s
SR Tendulkar (IND) 1992-2011 44 2278 152 56.95 6 15
JH Kallis (SA) 1996-2011 32 1148 128* 45.92 1 9
GA Gooch (ENG) 1979-1992 21 897 115 44.85 1 8
MD Crowe (NZ) 1983-1992 21 880 100* 55 1 8
HH Gibbs (SA) 1999-2007 23 1067 143 56.15 2 8
MJ Clarke (AUS) 2007-2015 21 888 93* 63.42 8
SO Tikolo (KENYA) 1996-2011 27 768 96 29.53 2 8
M Azharuddin (IND) 1987-1999 25 826 93 39.33 8
AC Gilchrist (AUS) 1999-2007 31 1085 149 36.16 1 8
Javed Miandad (PAK) 1975-1996 30 1083 103 43.32 1 8

ODI World Cup 2023: Most Centuries in ODI World Cup:

Player Span Inns Runs HS Ave 100
RG Sharma (IND) 2015-2019 17 978 140 65.2 6
SR Tendulkar (IND) 1992-2011 44 2278 152 56.95 6
KC Sangakkara (SL) 2003-2015 35 1532 124 56.74 5
RT Ponting (AUS) 1996-2011 42 1743 140* 45.86 5
DA Warner (AUS) 2015-2019 18 992 178 62 4
SC Ganguly (IND) 1999-2007 21 1006 183 55.88 4
AB de Villiers (SA) 2007-2015 22 1207 162* 63.52 4
ME Waugh (AUS) 1992-1999 22 1004 130 52.84 4
TM Dilshan (SL) 2007-2015 25 1112 161* 52.95 4
DPMD Jayawardene (SL) 1999-2015 34 1100 115* 35.48 4

ODI World Cup 2023: Fastest Fifties in World Cup:

Player Opposition Team Balls Venue Date
BB McCullum (NZ) Eng 18 Wellington 20-Feb-15
BB McCullum (NZ) Can 20 Gros Islet 22-Mar-07
AD Mathews (SL) Scot 20 Hobart 11-Mar-15
GJ Maxwell (Aus) Afgh 21 Perth 04-Mar-15
MV Boucher (SA) Neth 21 Basseterre 16-Mar-07
BB McCullum (NZ) Aus 21 Auckland 28-Feb-15
MV Boucher (SA) WI 22 St George’s 10-Apr-07
Dinesh Chandimal (SL) Aus 22 Sydney 08-Mar-15
BB McCullum (NZ) SA 22 Auckland 24-Mar-15
BC Lara (WI) Can 23 Centurion 23-Feb-03

ODI World Cup 2023: Fastest Centuries in World Cup:

Rank Player Total Runs Opposition Balls Date
1 Kevin O’Brien (IRE) 113 England 50 02-Mar-11
2 Glenn Maxwell (AUS) 102 Sri Lanka 51 08-Mar-15
3 AB de Villiers (SA) 162* West Indies 52 27-Feb-15
4 Eoin Morgan (ENG) 101 Afghanistan 57 18-Jun-19
5 Mathew Hayden (AUS) 111 South Africa 66 24-Mar-07
6 Jim Davison (CAN) 117* West Indies 67 23-Feb-03
7 Kumar Sangakkara (SL) 117 England 70 01-Mar-15
8 Paul Stirling (IRE) 101 Netherlands 70 18-Mar-11
9 Kapil Dev (IND) 175 Zimbabwe 72 18-Jun-83
10 Adam Gilchrist (AUS) 149 Sri Lanka 72 28-Apr-07

ODI World Cup 2023: Most Sixes in an Innings in ODI World Cup 

Players Against Sixes Runs Year
Eoin Morgan Afghanistan 17 148 2019
Chris Gayle Zimbabwe 16 215 2015
Martin Guptill West Indies 11 237* 2015
David Miller Zimbabwe 9 138* 2015
Ricky Ponting India 8 140* 2003
Imran Nazir Zimbabwe 8 160 2007
Adam Gilchrist Sri Lanka 8 149 2007
Ab de villers West Indies 8 162* 2015
Chris Gayle New Zealand 8 61 2015
Viv Richards Sri Lanka 7 181 1987

ODI World Cup 2023: Highest Individual Scores in World Cup History:

Player Runs Balls Team Opposition Ground Match Date
MJ Guptill 237* 163 New Zealand West Indies Wellington 21-Mar-15
CH Gayle 215 147 West Indies Zimbabwe Canberra 24-Feb-15
G Kirsten 188* 159 South Africa U.A.E. Rawalpindi 16-Feb-96
SC Ganguly 183 158 India Sri Lanka Taunton 26-May-99
IVA Richards 181 125 West Indies Sri Lanka Karachi 13-Oct-87
DA Warner 178 133 Australia Afghanistan Perth 04-Mar-15
N Kapil Dev 175* 138 India Zimbabwe Tunbridge Wells 18-Jun-83
V Sehwag 175 140 India Bangladesh Mirpur 19-Feb-11
CB Wishart 172* 151 Zimbabwe Namibia Harare 10-Feb-03
GM Turner 171* 201 New Zealand East Africa Birmingham 07-Jun-75

ODI World Cup 2023: Highest Batting Strike Rate in ODI World Cup

Player Span Mat Inns Runs BF SR 100 50
BB McCullum (NZ) 2003-2015 34 27 742 614 120.84 1 6
AB de Villiers (SA) 2007-2015 23 22 1207 1029 117.29 4 6
N Kapil Dev (IND) 1979-1992 26 24 669 581 115.14 1 1
SR Watson (AUS) 2007-2015 22 19 643 595 108.06 6
V Sehwag (IND) 2003-2011 22 22 843 794 106.17 2 3
AJ Finch (AUS) 2015-2019 18 18 787 801 98.25 3 4
DA Warner (AUS) 2015-2019 18 18 992 1011 98.12 4 3
AC Gilchrist (AUS) 1999-2007 31 31 1085 1107 98.01 1 8
RG Sharma (IND) 2015-2019 17 17 978 1019 95.97 6 3
S Dhawan (IND) 2015-2019 10 10 537 570 94.21 3 1

ODI World Cup 2023: Highest Partnerships in World Cup History

Partners Team Runs Wickets Opposition Ground Match Date
MN Samuels, CH Gayle West Indies 372 2nd Zimbabwe Canberra 24-Feb-15
SC Ganguly, R Dravid India 318 2nd Sri Lanka Taunton 26-May-99
WU Tharanga, TM Dilshan Sri Lanka 282 1st Zimbabwe Pallekele 10-Mar-11
DA Warner, SPD Smith Australia 260 2nd Afghanistan Perth 04-Mar-15
DA Miller, JP Duminy South Africa 256* 5th Zimbabwe Hamilton 15-Feb-15
F du Plessis, HM Amla South Africa 247 2nd Ireland Canberra 03-Mar-15
SR Tendulkar, SC Ganguly India 244 2nd Namibia Pietermaritzburg 23-Feb-03
SR Tendulkar, R Dravid India 237* 3rd Kenya Bristol 23-May-99
RT Ponting, DR Martyn Australia 234* 3rd India Johannesburg 23-Mar-03

ODI World Cup 2023: Highest Opening Partnership in ODI World Cup 

Batters Partnership Against Venue Year
Upul Tharanga and Tillakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka) 282 Zimbabwe Pallekele 2011
Upul Tharanga and Tillakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka) 231* England Colombo (RPS) 2011
Saeed Anwar and Wajahatullah Wasti (Pakistan) 194 New Zealand Manchester 1999
KL Rahul and RG Sharma (India) 189 Sri Lanka Leeds 2019
G Kirsten and AC Hudson (South Africa) 186 Netherlands Rawalpindi 1996
SR Watson and BJ Haddin (Australia) 183 Canada Bengaluru 2011
RB McCosker and A Turner (Australia) 182 Sri Lanka The Oval 1975
KL Rahul and RG Sharma (India) 180 Bangladesh Birmingham 2019
WTS Porterfield and PR Stirling (Ireland) 177 Netherlands Kolkata 2011
G Kirsten and HH Gibbs (South Africa) 176 New Zealand Birmingham 1999

ODI World Cup 2023: Highest Partnerships by Wicket in ODI World Cup 

Partners Team Opposition Runs Ground Match Date
Upul Tharanga, TM Dilshan Sri Lanka Zimbabwe 282 Pallekele 10-Mar-11
MN Samuels, CH Gayle West Indies Zimbabwe 372 Canberra 24-Feb-15
SR Tendulkar, R Dravid India Kenya 237* Bristol 23-May-99
BJ Hodge, MJ Clarke Australia Netherlands 204 Basseterre 18-Mar-07
DA Miller, JP Duminy South Africa Zimbabwe 256* Hamilton 15-Feb-15
KJ O’Brien, AR Cusack Ireland England 162 Bengaluru 02-Mar-11
RA Jadeja, MS Dhoni India New Zealand 116 Manchester 09-Jul-19
DL Houghton, IP Butchart Zimbabwe New Zealand 117 Hyderabad 10-Oct-87
SMH Kirmani, N Kapil Dev India Zimbabwe 126* Tunbridge Wells 18-Jun-83
AME Roberts, J Garner West Indies India 71 Manchester 09-Jun-83

ODI World Cup 2023: Most Ducks in World Cup History

Player Mat Inns Runs Ducks HS Ave BF
NJ Astle (NZ) 22 22 403 5 102* 20.1 572
Ijaz Ahmed (PAK) 29 26 516 5 70 23.5 717
WK McCallan (IRE) 9 8 33 4 20* 4.71 75
DM Bravo (WI) 12 11 207 4 73 23 293
KLT Arthurton (WI) 14 13 241 4 58* 20.1 386
AB de Villiers (SA) 23 22 1207 4 162* 63.5 1029
K Srikkanth (IND) 23 23 521 4 75 23.7 762
EJG Morgan (ENG/IRE) 29 27 672 4 148 25.8 792
Inzamam-ul-Haq (PAK) 35 33 717 4 81 23.9 961
SO Ngoche (KENYA) 3 3 3 0 0 3

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