250 runs and 10 wickets in a series
Player Mat Runs HS Ave 100 Wkts BBI Ave 5 Ct St
GS Chappell (Aus) 14 686 138* 68.60 1 22 5/15 17.04 1 7 0
Benson & Hedges World Series Cup (Australia, India, New Zealand in Australia), 1980/81
Mudassar Nazar (Pak) 9 285 51 31.66 0 12 3/20 13.33 0 3 0
Benson & Hedges World Series Cup (Australia, Pakistan, West Indies in Australia), 1981/82
IVA Richards (WI) 14 536 78 41.23 0 11 3/52 38.09 0 3 0
Benson & Hedges World Series Cup (Australia, Pakistan, West Indies in Australia), 1981/82
N Kapil Dev (India) 8 303 175* 60.60 1 12 5/43 20.41 1 7 0
Prudential World Cup (in England), 1983
IVA Richards (WI) 13 651 103* 65.10 1 13 3/38 41.76 0 9 0
Benson & Hedges World Series Cup (Australia, Sri Lanka, West Indies in Australia), 1984/85
WJ Cronje (SA) 7 285 82 40.71 0 11 3/10 14.72 0 2 0
West Indies in South Africa ODI Series, 1998/99
NC Johnson (Zim) 8 367 132* 52.42 1 12 4/42 19.41 0 1 0
ICC World Cup (in England/Ireland/Netherlands/Scotland), 1999
L Klusener (SA) 9 281 52* 140.50 0 17 5/21 20.58 1 1 0
ICC World Cup (in England/Ireland/Netherlands/Scotland), 1999
MN Samuels (WI) 10 282 68 28.20 0 14 3/25 27.78 0 2 0
Carlton Series (Australia, West Indies, Zimbabwe in Australia), 2000/01
JH Kallis (SA) 6 298 107 59.60 1 10 4/22 18.30 0 2 0
South Africa in West Indies ODI Series, 2000/01
CL Cairns (NZ) 9 314 102* 44.85 1 12 3/42 26.58 0 2 0
VB Series (Australia, New Zealand, South Africa in Australia), 2001/02
JH Kallis (SA) 8 322 104* 53.66 1 10 3/23 28.70 0 5 0
VB Series (Australia, New Zealand, South Africa in Australia), 2001/02
ST Jayasuriya (SL) 10 321 120 40.12 1 10 3/30 31.50 0 5 0
ICC World Cup (in Kenya/South Africa/Zimbabwe), 2002/03
CH Gayle (WI) 7 275 84 39.28 0 11 5/46 27.18 1 5 0
Australia in West Indies ODI Series, 2003
SM Ervine (Zim) 8 265 100 44.16 1 12 3/47 30.08 0 2 0
VB Series (Australia, India, Zimbabwe in Australia), 2003/04
A Symonds (Aus) 9 349 88 43.62 0 10 2/24 35.00 0 4 0
VB Series (Australia, India, Zimbabwe in Australia), 2003/04
SR Tendulkar (India) 6 281 82* 56.20 0 12 3/21 12.25 0 1 0
Asia Cup (Bangladesh, Hong Kong, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, United Arab Emirates in Sri Lanka), 2004
A Symonds (Aus) 11 389 151 38.90 1 11 3/48 37.72 0 10 0
VB Series (Australia, South Africa, Sri Lanka in Australia), 2005/06
A Flintoff (Eng) 10 281 72* 35.12 0 12 4/21 29.66 0 3 0
Commonwealth Bank Series (Australia, England, New Zealand in Australia), 2006/07
SR Watson (Aus) 6 256 93 42.66 0 10 3/29 22.00 0 4 0
Australia in India ODI Series, 2009/10
Yuvraj Singh (India) 9 362 113 90.50 1 15 5/31 25.13 1 3 0
ICC Cricket World Cup (in Bangladesh/India/Sri Lanka), 2010/11
TM Dilshan (SL) 7 357 101 51.00 1 12 3/37 24.75 0 2 0
England in Sri Lanka ODI Series, 2014/15
By default, the shading indicates records from the past week, or failing that, the most recent entry.
Adjust: most recent | past week | past month | past 6 months | past year | 4 years | 10 years | 25 years
Records includes the following current or recent matches:
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]
New Zealand v West Indies at Wellington, ICC Cricket World Cup 4th quarter final, Mar 21, 2015 [ODI # 3643]

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