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In the history of One Day International (ODI) cricket, a tie between England and Sri Lanka in the first ODI of the Royal London series at Trent Bridge became the 33rd tie. As of June 2016, every Test-playing nation has been involved in a tie except Bangladesh.

The first tie in ODIs happened in 1984 when Australia played West Indies in the second final of the Benson and Hedges World Series Cup.

The first World Cup match involving a tie was the second semi-final of the 1999 tournament i.e. Australia v South Africa.

Australia have been involved most number ties compared to all other teams. Australia involved in total nine (9) tie matches which includes three tie each against South Africa and the West Indies.

India involved in seven (7) ties and involved in one match where the scores were level but India was declared winner on losing fewer number of wickets.


Here we bring the list of Tied One Day Internationals

33. Sri Lanka v England

Sri Lanka v England, Trent Bridge,England, 21 June 2016


32. New Zealand v India


31. West indies v Pakistan


30. Ireland v Netherlands


29. South Africa v West Indies


28. Pakistan v Ireland


27. Australia v West Indies


26. Sri Lanka v India


25. India v England


24. India v England


23. England v New Zealand


22. Ireland v Zimbabwe


21. Australia v England


20. England v South Africa


19. Sri Lanka v South Africa


18. South Africa v Australia


17. South Africa v Australia


16. Pakistan v Sri Lanka


15. South Africa v Australia


14. West Indies v Australia


13. Zimbabwe v New Zealand


12. New Zealand v England


11. India v Zimbabwe


10. New Zealand v Sri Lanka


9. Zimbabwe v Pakistan


8. Pakistan v New Zealand


7. India v Zimbabwe


6. Pakistan v West Indies


5. Australia v Pakistan


4. India v West Indies


3. West Indies v Pakistan


2.  England v Australia


1. West Indies v Australia


Instances where the scores were level but teams were declared winners on losing fewer number of wickets.

India v Pakistan: Winner: India


Australia v Pakistan: Winner – Pakistan


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