India need 329 to beat Australia in the semi-finals at SCG for booking a place in the Finals of the ICC World Cup 2015. Australia scored 328-7 in their 50 overs courtesy a brilliant ton from Steve Smith and a steady 81 from Aaron Finch. If India manages to chase this down, this will be the second highest ever chase at the Sydney Cricket Ground. The highest was 334-8 by the Aussies against England in 2011 in which Michael Clarke will steer his side home with a good 82.  

S.no

Team

Score

Opposition

Year

1

Australia

334-8

England

2011

2

Australia

275-8

South Africa

2014

3

South Africa

270-7

Australia

2009

4

Australia

260-2

  Sri Lanka

1999

5

Australia

257-5

Sri Lanka

1995

 

India’s highest chase in SCG is 242-4, which they achieved during the 2008 CB series Finals in which Sachin Tendulkar will score a century and Rohit Sharma will back him with a solid 66.

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