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Team 1 Team 2 Num Wkts Winner Ground Match Date Scorecard
Wolves Tigers 7 17 Wolves Karachi 28 Sep 2011 scorecard
Cape Cobras Lions 6 14 Cape Cobras Cape Town 29 Jan 2006 scorecard
Sinhalese Ragama 6 20 Ragama Colombo (CCC) 1 Mar 2007 scorecard
Bengal M. Pradesh 6 17 M. Pradesh Ahmedabad 17 Apr 2007 scorecard
India New Zealand 6 19 New Zealand Johannesburg 16 Sep 2007 scorecard
Antg & Barb US Virgin Is 6 14 Antg & Barb Coolidge 9 Feb 2008 scorecard
NSW Victoria 6 17 NSW Sydney 17 Jan 2009 scorecard
Railways Vidarbha 6 15 Railways Indore 22 Oct 2009 scorecard
Haryana Kerala 6 18 Haryana Hyderabad (Deccan) 14 Mar 2011 scorecard
Surrey Kent 6 19 Kent The Oval 14 Jul 2011 scorecard
Canada Nepal 6 18 Canada Sharjah 20 Mar 2012 scorecard
Karnataka Tamil Nadu 6 17 Karnataka Visakhapatnam 5 Apr 2014 scorecard

Records include the following recent matches:
Nondescripts Cricket Club v Sri Lanka Air Force Sports Club at Colombo (Colts), SLC Twenty-20 Tournament, Apr 1, 2015 [Twenty20]
Ragama Cricket Club v Colombo Cricket Club at Panagoda, SLC Twenty-20 Tournament, Apr 1, 2015 [Twenty20]
Sri Lanka Ports Authority Cricket Club v Bloomfield Cricket and Athletic Club at Colombo (CCC), SLC Twenty-20 Tournament, Apr 1, 2015 [Twenty20]
Gujarat v Jharkhand at Bhubaneswar, Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, Apr 1, 2015 [Twenty20]
Mumbai v Odisha at Cuttack, Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, Apr 1, 2015 [Twenty20]
Colts Cricket Club v Moors Sports Club at Colombo (CCC), SLC Twenty-20 Tournament, Apr 1, 2015 [Twenty20]
Sinhalese Sports Club v Saracens Sports Club at Panagoda, SLC Twenty-20 Tournament, Apr 1, 2015 [Twenty20]
Sri Lanka Army v Tamil Union Cricket and Athletic Club at Colombo (Colts), SLC Twenty-20 Tournament, Apr 1, 2015 [Twenty20]
Andhra v Himachal Pradesh at Bhubaneswar, Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, Apr 1, 2015 [Twenty20]
Hyderabad (India) v Punjab at Cuttack, Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, Apr 1, 2015 [Twenty20]

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Kumar Sangakkara is the first and only batsman to score four consecutive hundreds in ODIs. During the 2015 World Cup, he scored 105* against Bangladesh, 117* against England, 104 against Australia and 124 against Scotland in back-to-back matches.

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