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List of 400 Plus scores in ODI’s with details and records

India South Africa 400 plus scores in cricket
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Total 14 400 plus scores registered in ODI’s till mow and Sri Lanka scored highest total of 443 runs against Netherlands and India scored 402 runs was lowest one. 

  Country wise
India, South Africa                      -- 5 times each

Australia, Sri Lanka                --  2 times each                                                             

 New Zealand                          -- 1 time 

Total country opposition Ground date
 443/9  Sri Lanka  Netherlands  Amstelveen  4th Jul 2006
 439/2  South Africa  West Indies  Johannesburg  18th Jan 2015
 438/9  South Africa  Australia  Johannesburg  12th Mar 2006
 434/4  Australia  South Africa  Johannesburg  12th Mar 2006
 418/5  South Africa  Zimbabwe  Potchefstroom  20th Sep 2006
 418/5  India  West Indies  Indore  8th Dec 2011
 417/5  Australia  Afghanistan  WACA  4th Mar 2015
 414/7  India   Sri Lanka  Rajkot  15th Dec 2009
 413/5  India  Bermuda  Port of Spain  19th Mar 2007
 411/8  Sri Lanka  India  Rajkot  15th Dec 2007
 411/4  South Africa  Ireland  Canberra  3rd Mar 2015
 408/5  South Africa  West Indies  Sydney  27th Feb 2015
 404/5  India  Sri Lanka  Kolkata 13th Nov 2014
 402/2  New Zealand  Ireland  Aberdeen  1 Jul 2008
 401/3  India  South Africa  Gwalior  24th Feb 2010


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