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India-Sri Lanka's game was 26th tied ODI

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Published: Tuesday, February 14, 2012, 18:45 [IST]
 
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List of tied One Day Internationals

Adelaide, Feb 14: When India and Sri Lanka were involved in a tie at the Adelaide Oval on Tuesday, it was the 26th tied encounter in One Day Internationals. In recent history, India have been in a tied situation on three occasions.

India ended on 236/9 in 50 overs in Adelaide while chasing 237. Sri Lanka had also scored 236/9 in 50 overs.

The first ever match to end in a tie was in February, 1984, between West Indies and Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). India were involved in six ties among the 26. For Sri Lanka, it was the fourth and first time at the Adelaide Oval.

Four of the tied matches have come during the World Cup. The first tied match in a World Cup was in 1999 between Australia and South Africa in that famous semi-final where Allan Donald was run out in the final over bowled by Damien Fleming.

Here is the list of tied ODIs

Tied One Day Internationals
  Date Team A Team B Venue
1 February 11, 1984 West Indies 222/5 (50) Australia 222-9 (50) MCG, Melbourne
2 May 27, 1989 England 226-5 (55) Australia 226-8 (55) Nottingham
3 November 22, 1991 West Indies 186-5 (39) Pakistan 186-9 (39) Lahore
4 December 6, 1991 India 126 (47.4) West Indies 126 (41) Perth
5 December 10, 1992 Australia 228-7 (50) Pakistan 228-9 (50) Hobart
6 April 3, 1993 Pakistan 244-6 (50) West Indies 244-5 (50) Georgetown
7 November 18, 1993 India 248-4 (50) Zimbabwe 248 (50) Indore
8 March 13, 1994 Pakistan 161-9 (50) New Zealand 161 (49.4) Auckland
9 February 22, 1995 Zimbabwe 219-9 (50) Pakistan 219 (49.5) Harare
10 November 11, 1996 New Zealand 169-8 (50) Sri Lanka 169 (48) Sharjah
11 January 27, 1997 Zimbabwe 236-8 (50) India 236 (49.5) Paarl
12 February 26, 1997 New Zealand 237 (49.4) England 237-8 (50) Napier
13 October 1, 1997 Zimbabwe 233-8 (50) New Zealand 233-9 (50) Bulawayo
14 April 21, 1999 West Indies 173-5 (30) Australia 173-7 (30) Georgetown
15 June 17, 1999 Australia 213 (49.2) South Africa 213 (49.4) Edgbaston
16 October 15, 1999 Pakistan 196 (49.4) Sri Lanka 196 (49.1) Sharjah
17 August 18, 2000 South Africa 226-8 (50) Australia 226-9 (50) Colonial Stadium, Melbourne
18 March 27, 2002 South Africa 259-7 (50) Australia 259-9 (50) Potchefstroom
19 March 3, 2003 Sri Lanka 268-9 (50) South Africa 229-6 (45) Durban
20 February 2, 2005 England 270-5 (50) South Africa 270-8 (50) Bloemfontein
21 July 2, 2005 Australia 196 (48.5) England 196-9 (50) Lord's, London
22 March 15, 2007 Ireland 221-9 (50) Zimbabwe 221 (50) Kingston
23 February 20, 2008 England 340-6 (50) New Zealand 340-7 (50) Napier
24 February 27, 2011 India 338 (49.5) England 338-8 (50) Bangalore
25 September 11, 2011 India 280-5 (50) England 270-8 (48.5)
(D/L Method)
Lord's, London
26 February 14, 2012 Sri Lanka 236-9 (50) India 236-9 (50) Adelaide

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