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June 3, 2008
Australia: ODI # 1670. vs West Indies Played on 14 January 2001 at Woolloongabba, Brisbane. Australia won by 9 wickets. Australia: (TSI: 80.59 pts)
Gilchrist A.C, Waugh M.E, Ponting R.T, Bevan M.G, Lehmann D.S, Martyn D.R, Symonds A, Warne S.K, Lee B, Bracken N.W, McGrath G.D.
West Indies: ODI # 189. vs India. Played on 9 March 1983 at Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad. West Indis won by 48 runs. West Indies: (TSI: 77.67 pts)
Greenidge C.G, Haynes D.L, Richards I.V.A, Logie A.L, Lloyd C.H, Gomes H.A, Dujon P.J.L, Marshall M.D, Roberts A.M.E, Holding M.A, Garner J.
South Africa: ODI # 1918. vs Pakistan. Played on 13 December 2002 at Buffalo Park, East London. South Africa won by 62 runs. South Africa: (TSI: 77.10 pts)
Smith G.C, Gibbs H.H, Dippenaar H.H, Kallis J.H, Rhodes J.N, Boucher M.V, Pollock S.M, Klusener L, Hall A.J, Donald A.A, Ntini M.
Pakistan: ODI # 1833. vs New Zealand. Played on 21 April 2002 at National Stadium, Karachi. Pakistan won by 153 runs. Pakistan: (TSI: 74.29 pts)
Imran Nazir, Shahid Afridi, Mohammad Yousuf, Inzamam-ul-Haq, Younis Khan, Abdul Razzaq, Wasim Akram, Rashid Latif, Waqar Younis, Saqlain Mushtaq, Shoaib Akhtar.
Sri Lanka: ODI # 2275. vs Bangladesh. Played on 31 August 2005 at Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo. Sri Lanka won by 88 runs. Sri Lanka: (TSI: 70.93 pts)
Tharanga W.U, Jayasuriya S.T, Atapattu M.S, Sangakkara K.C, Jayawardene D.P.M.D, Arnold R.P, Dilshan T.M, Vaas WPUJC, Muralitharan M, Maharoof M.F, Fernando C.R.D.
England: ODI # 1617. vs Zimbabwe. Played on 18 July 2000 at Edgbaston, Birmingham. England: (TSI: 70.86 pts)
Trescothick M.E, Stewart A.J, Flintoff A, Hick G.A, Thorpe G.P, Hussain N, White C, Ealham M.A, Caddick A.R, Gough D, Mullally A.D.
India: ODI # 2493. vs West Indies. Played on 31 January 2007 at I.P.C.L. Sports Complex Ground, Vadodara. India won by 160 runs. India: (TSI: 70.84 pts)
Uthappa A.R, Ganguly S.C, Dravid R, Tendulkar S.R, Dhoni M.S, Yuvraj Singh, Agarkar A.B, Pathan I.K, Harbhajan Singh, Kumble A, Khan Z.
New Zealand: ODI # 2310. vs Sri Lanka. Played on 3 January 2006 at Jade Stadium, Christchurch. New Zealand won by 5 wickets. New Zealand: (TSI: 68.48 pts)
Vincent L, How J.M, Astle N.J, Fulton P.G, Marshall H.J.H, Styris S.B, Cairns C.L, McCullum B.B, Vettori D.L, Oram J.D.P, Bond S.E.
Zimbabwe: ODI # 1562. vs England. Played on 16 February 2000 at Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo. England won by 5 wickets (D/L). Zimbabwe: 194 for 7 wkt(s) in 48.0 overs (TSI: 61.37 pts)
Johnson N.C, Campbell A.D.R, Carlisle S.V, Goodwin M.W, Flower A, Flower G.W, Wishart C.B, Streak H.H, Viljoen D.P, Brent G.B, Olonga H.K.
Bangladesh: ODI # 2356. vs Kenya. Played on 25 March 2006 at Narayanganj Osmani Stadium, Fatullah. Bangladesh won by 7 wickets. Bangladesh: 237 for 3 wkt(s) in 41.3 overs (TSI: 60.49 pts)
Shahriar Nafees, Rajin Saleh, Aftab Ahmed, Mohammad Ashraful, Habibul Bashar, Khaled Mashud, Mashrafe Mortaza, Manjural Islam Rana, Abdur Razzak, Mohammad Rafique, Syed Rasel.
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