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What's the record for the most sixes in an ODI series?


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SOURCE: http://www.espncricinfo.com/story/_/id/26139854/record-most-sixes-odi-series
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According to the tour book by Pat Landsberg, "King survived two balls, the first of which he hit out of the ground and the second of which he neatly chipped into Archer's hands at slip."There have also been seven instances in T20 internationals, the most recent by England's Tom Curran against Australia in Hobart in 2017-18.Were Adil Rashid's figures in Grenada the most expensive five-for in ODI history? Next comes Steven Finn's 5 for 71 - which included a hat-trick - for England against Australia in Melbourne during the 2014-15 World Cup.It could have been worse, of course: before he polished off the innings (and the match) with four wickets in five balls, Rashid was nursing figures of 1 for 85.Bangladesh lost in Hamilton despite scoring 429 in their second innings. In second place comes England's 490 for 8 declared - also at Headingley - against West Indies in 2017, when Kraigg Brathwaite and Shai Hope made light of an imposing target.The highest total in the fourth innings of a Test lost is New Zealand's 451 (to go down by 98 runs) against England in Christchurch in 2001-02, which just pips Pakistan's 450 (to lose by 39) against Australia in Brisbane in 2016-17.

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