Best Batting Average in ODI: Top 5 Batsmen with Highest Batting Average
Updated on: Jun 27, 2023 12:20 pm IST
A high batting average reflects a batsman’s ability to score runs consistently while maintaining a high level of performance. We look at five batsmen who have Best Batting Average in ODI and have truly set the bar high and left an indelible mark on the game.
Best Batting Average in ODI
|Ryan ten Doeschate (NED)||2006-2011||33||32||9||1541||119||67.00||1757||87.70||5||9||1||130||29|
|Shubman Gill (IND)||2019-2023||24||24||4||1311||208||65.55||1224||107.10||4||5||1||149||28|
|Rassie van der Dussen (SA)||2019-2023||45||39||10||1757||134||60.58||1959||89.68||4||11||1||129||30|
|Babar Azam (PAK)||2015-2023||100||98||12||5089||158||59.17||5702||89.24||18||26||3||458||51|
|Virat Kohli (IND)||2008-2023||274||265||40||12898||183||57.32||13776||93.62||46||65||15||1211||138|
Ryan ten Doeschate
Ryan ten Doeschate, representing the Netherlands, boasts a remarkable batting average of 67.00 in ODIs. In 33 matches, he has scored 1541 runs, including five centuries. Known for his ability to anchor the innings and accelerate when required, ten Doeschate has been a vital asset for his team, showcasing exceptional skill and consistency.
Shubman Gill, the young Indian sensation, has already made a significant impact on the ODI stage. With an impressive average of 65.55, Gill has showcased remarkable maturity and composure at the crease. In 24 matches, he has amassed 1311 runs, including four centuries. Gill’s elegant strokeplay and ability to build an innings make him a promising talent for India’s future.
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Rassie van der Dussen
Rassie van der Dussen, representing South Africa, has proven to be a consistent performer in ODIs. With an average of 60.58, he has been a mainstay in the Proteas’ batting lineup. Van der Dussen has scored 1757 runs in 45 matches, including four centuries. His ability to adapt to different match situations and deliver crucial runs has been instrumental for his team’s success.
Babar Azam, the Pakistani batting maestro, has taken the cricketing world by storm with his exceptional skills. With an average of 59.17, Azam has been a prolific run-scorer in ODIs. He has amassed 5089 runs in 100 matches, including 18 centuries. Azam’s elegant strokeplay, impeccable timing, and ability to anchor the innings have earned him a place among the elite batsmen of the modern era.
Virat Kohli, the Indian run-machine, needs no introduction when it comes to batting excellence. With an average of 57.32, Kohli has redefined the art of batting in ODIs. He has amassed a staggering 12898 runs in 274 matches, including 46 centuries. Kohli’s sublime technique, unwavering focus, and ability to chase down targets under pressure have made him a true legend of the game.
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