|95||Australia (80) v Pakistan (15-2)||1st day, 5½ hours||Karachi||1956-57|
|104||Pakistan (104-5) v Australia||4th day, 5½ hours||Karachi||1959-60|
|106||England (92-2 to 198) v Australia||4th day, 5 hours||Brisbane||1958-59|
|111||South Africa (48-2 to 130-6dec) v India (29-1)||5th day, 5½ hours||Cape Town||1992-93|
|112||Australia (138-6 to 187) v Pakistan (63-1)||4th day, 5½ hours||Karachi||1956-57|
|115||Australia (116-7 to 165 and 66-5 following on) v Pakistan||4th day, 5½ hours||Karachi||1988-89|
|117||India (117-5) v Australia||1st day, 5½ hours||Madras||1956-57|
|117||New Zealand (6-0 to 123-4) v Sri Lanka||5th day, 5½ hours||Colombo||1983-84|
|130||Pakistan (130-4) v India||1st day||Ahmedabad||1986-87|
|135||England (135-2) v South Africa||1st day||Durban||1999-00|
|151||England (175-2 to 289) v New Zealand (37-7)||3rd day, 6 hours||Lord's||1978|
|158||England (211-2 to 369-9) v South Africa||5th day, 6 hours||Old Trafford||1998|
|159||Pakistan (208-4 to 350) v England 17-1)||3rd day, 6 hours||Leeds||1971|
Did you know?
Eight batsmen hit at least one six in the first ODI against South Africa at the Mangaung Oval in Bloemfontein, which is the most for a team in an ODI. There have been six instances of seven batsmen hitting at least a six; three of those came in 2015.
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