Team 1 Team 2 Num Wkts Winner Ground Match Date Scorecard
England Australia 8 16 Australia Leeds 18 Jun 1975 ODI # 31
New Zealand Pakistan 8 20 Pakistan Sharjah 15 Nov 1996 ODI # 1145
Canada Pakistan 7 20 Pakistan Colombo (RPS) 3 Mar 2011 ODI # 3116
South Africa New Zealand 7 19 New Zealand Paarl 19 Jan 2013 ODI # 3323
India Pakistan 6 16 India Dhaka 31 Oct 1988 ODI # 532
Kenya South Africa 6 18 South Africa Nairobi (Gym) 3 Oct 1996 ODI # 1124
Pakistan South Africa 6 19 South Africa Lahore 2 Nov 1997 ODI # 1248
England South Africa 6 19 South Africa Manchester 23 May 1998 ODI # 1332
Pakistan West Indies 6 20 Pakistan Sharjah 15 Feb 2002 ODI # 1808
New Zealand Sri Lanka 6 18 Sri Lanka Sharjah 14 Apr 2002 ODI # 1830
Canada Sri Lanka 6 11 Sri Lanka Paarl 19 Feb 2003 ODI # 1958
India New Zealand 6 15 New Zealand Cuttack 6 Nov 2003 ODI # 2056
Australia New Zealand 6 17 Australia Sydney 8 Dec 2004 ODI # 2198
Zimbabwe Kenya 6 20 Kenya Harare 1 Mar 2006 ODI # 2343
Sri Lanka Pakistan 6 16 Pakistan Colombo (RPS) 19 Mar 2006 ODI # 2352
Kenya Bangladesh 6 18 Bangladesh Nairobi (Gym) 13 Aug 2006 ODI # 2403
New Zealand Sri Lanka 6 16 Sri Lanka Auckland 6 Jan 2007 ODI # 2471
Zimbabwe Sri Lanka 6 20 Sri Lanka Harare 30 Nov 2008 ODI # 2785
Zimbabwe Ireland 6 20 Ireland Harare 30 Sep 2010 ODI # 3050
Netherlands West Indies 6 18 West Indies Delhi 28 Feb 2011 ODI # 3112
New Zealand Pakistan 6 17 New Zealand Pallekele 8 Mar 2011 ODI # 3123
Kenya Zimbabwe 6 16 Zimbabwe Kolkata 20 Mar 2011 ODI # 3140
Pakistan Sri Lanka 6 20 Pakistan Sharjah 20 Nov 2011 ODI # 3215
India Pakistan 6 20 India Delhi 6 Jan 2013 ODI # 3316
New Zealand Sri Lanka 6 19 New Zealand Cardiff 9 Jun 2013 ODI # 3366

Records include the following recent matches:
Australia v New Zealand at Melbourne, ICC Cricket World Cup final, Mar 29, 2015 [ODI # 3646]
Australia v India at Sydney, ICC Cricket World Cup 2nd semi final, Mar 26, 2015 [ODI # 3645]
New Zealand v South Africa at Auckland, ICC Cricket World Cup 1st semi final, Mar 24, 2015 [ODI # 3644]

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