Test Records :- Highest team totals

# Score Overs Inns Team Opposition Venue Match Date
1 952-6 dec 271.0 2 Sri Lanka India Colombo (RPS) 2 Aug 1997
2 903-7 dec 335.2 1 England Australia The Oval 20 Aug 1938
3 849 258.2 1 England West Indies Kingston 3 Apr 1930
4 790-3 dec 208.1 2 West Indies Pakistan Kingston 26 Feb 1958
5 765-6 dec 248.5 2 Pakistan Sri Lanka Karachi 21 Feb 2009
6 760-7 dec 202.4 1 Sri Lanka India Ahmedabad 19 Nov 2009
7 759-7 dec 190.4 1 India England Chennai 19 Dec 2016
8 758-8 dec 245.4 2 Australia West Indies Kingston 11 Jun 1955
9 756-5 dec 185.1 2 Sri Lanka South Africa Colombo (SSC) 27 Jul 2006
10 751-5 dec 202.0 1 West Indies England St John's 10 Apr 2004
11 749-9 dec 194.4 2 West Indies England Bridgetown 26 Feb 2009
12 747 235.2 2 West Indies South Africa St John's 29 Apr 2005
13 735-6 dec 146.3 1 Australia Zimbabwe Perth 9 Oct 2003
14 730-6 dec 187.5 1 Sri Lanka Bangladesh Mirpur 29 Jan 2014
15 729-6 dec 232.0 2 Australia England Lord's 27 Jun 1930
16 726-9 dec 163.3 1 India Sri Lanka Mumbai (BS) 2 Dec 2009
17 715-6 dec 1 New Zealand Bangladesh Hamilton 02 Mar 2019
18 713-9 dec 199.3 1 Sri Lanka Bangladesh Chittagong 03 Feb 2018
19 713-3 dec 165.3 2 Sri Lanka Zimbabwe Bulawayo 14 May 2004
20 710-7 dec 188.1 1 England India Birmingham 12 Aug 2011
21 708 220.3 1 Pakistan England The Oval 6 Aug 1987
22 707 225.2 1 India Sri Lanka Colombo (SSC) 26 Jul 2010
23 705-7 dec 187.3 1 India Australia Sydney 2 Jan 2004
24 701 171.2 1 Australia England The Oval 18 Aug 1934
25 699-5 203.4 2 Pakistan India Lahore 1 Dec 1989
26 695 256.1 2 Australia England The Oval 16 Aug 1930
27 692-8 dec 163.0 2 West Indies England The Oval 24 Aug 1995
28 690 143.1 1 New Zealand Pakistan Sharjah 30 Nov 2014
29 687-8 dec 182.5 1 West Indies England The Oval 12 Aug 1976
30 687-6 dec 166 1 India Bangladesh Hyderabad (ind) 10 Feb 2017
31 682-6 dec 177.0 2 South Africa England Lord's 31 Jul 2003
32 681-8 dec 198.4 1 West Indies England Port of Spain 17 Mar 1954
33 680-8 dec 210.0 2 New Zealand India Wellington 18 Feb 2014
34 679-7 dec 167.1 1 Pakistan India Lahore 13 Jan 2006
35 676-7 167.1 2 India Sri Lanka Kanpur 17 Dec 1986
36 675-5 dec 161.5 1 India Pakistan Multan 28 Mar 2004
37 674-6 dec 181.0 2 Australia England Cardiff 8 Jul 2009
38 674-6 224.5 2 Pakistan India Faisalabad 24 Oct 1984
39 674 151.3 1 Australia India Adelaide 23 Jan 1948
40 671-4 220.3 3 New Zealand Sri Lanka Wellington 31 Jan 1991
41 668 235.5 1 Australia West Indies Bridgetown 14 May 1955
42 664 170.0 1 India England The Oval 9 Aug 2007
43 662-9 dec 179.3 1 Australia England Perth 17 Dec 2017
44 660-5 dec 169.2 1 West Indies New Zealand Wellington 10 Feb 1995
45 659-8 dec 173.0 2 Australia England Sydney 13 Dec 1946
46 659-4 dec 163.0 2 Australia India Sydney 3 Jan 2012
47 658-9 dec 166.2 2 South Africa West Indies Durban 26 Dec 2003
48 658-8 dec 188.0 1 England Australia Nottingham 10 Jun 1938
49 657-8 dec 319.0 3 Pakistan West Indies Bridgetown 17 Jan 1958
50 657-7 dec 178.0 3 India Australia Kolkata 11 Mar 2001
51 656-8 dec 255.5 1 Australia England Manchester 23 Jul 1964
52 654-5 218.2 4 England South Africa Durban 3 Mar 1939
53 653-4 dec 162.0 1 England India Lord's 26 Jul 1990
54 653-4 dec 193.0 1 Australia England Leeds 22 Jul 1993
55 652-8 dec 168.4 1 West Indies England Lord's 23 Aug 1973
56 652-7 dec 146.0 1 Australia South Africa Johannesburg 22 Feb 2002
57 652-7 dec 175.0 2 England India Chennai 13 Jan 1985
58 652 142.4 2 Pakistan India Faisalabad 3 Jan 1983
59 651 154.3 2 South Africa Australia Cape Town 19 Mar 2009
60 650-6 dec 189.0 1 Australia West Indies Bridgetown 5 May 1965

Matches

West Indies tour of New Zealand 2020

3rd T20I, Mount Maunganui, Nov 30 2020

WI WI
25/1 & 0/ (2.2 ov)

NZ NZ
0/ & 0/ (. ov) (Target

No result

West Indies tour of New Zealand 2020

2nd T20I, Mount Maunganui, Nov 29 2020

NZ NZ
238/3 & 0/ (20. ov)

WI WI
166/9 & 0/ (20. ov) (Target

New Zealand won by 72 runs

India tour of Australia 2020/21

2nd ODI, Sydney, Nov 29 2020

Aus Aus
389/4 & 0/ (50. ov)

Ind Ind
338/6 & 0/ (50. ov) (Target

Australia won by 51 runs

England tour of South Africa 2020

2nd T20I, Paarl, Nov 29 2020

SA SA
146/6 & 0/ (20. ov)

Eng Eng
150/6 & 0/ (19.5 ov) (Target

England won by 4 wickets