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Here will take a look at list of batsman with highest strike rate in an ODI match in England. The rate at which runs are being scored in ODIs these days is something that none would have expected 10 years ago. But today one quick innings by a batsman and team crosses the score of 300 at ease.
Englands pitches are known to be supportive for pacers, but when pacers get it wrong, it is a jolly time for batsman. Let us take a look at list of batsman who have scored with a high strike rate in an single ODI match in England with minimum qualification of runs being 100 –
|Payer Name||Runs||Balls||Strike Rate||Opposition||Ground||Match Date|
|Jos Butler (Eng)||121||74||163.51||Sri Lanka||Lord’s||31 May 2014|
|Sanath Jayasuriya (SL)||152||99||153.53||England||Leeds||1 Jul 2006|
|Sachin Tendulkar (Ind)||140*||101||138.61||Kenya||Bristol||23 May 1999|
|Shane Watson (Aus)||143||107||133.64||England||Southampton||16 Sep 2013|
|Suresh Raina (Ind)||100||75||133.33||England||Cardiff||27 Aug 2014|
Stat updated till 28 Aug 2014
Min runs 100
Jos Butler tops the list for his innings of 121 against Sri Lanka in just 74 balls. Following him is, one of the ferocious openers in world cricket – Sanath Jayasuriya 152 under 100 balls against England in 2006. Then we have Sachin Tendulkar, who is on the third on the list followed by Shane Watson and Suresh Raina.
Raina is the second Indian to make it to the list and also the latest entrant, thanks to his match winning innings against England.