Quiz July 4, 2017

Men or women: Whose record is it anyway?

ESPNcricinfo staff
First, youngest, oldest, highest, lowest and everything in between: take this quiz to find out how well you know the combined records in men's and women's ODIs

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  • mmusta2448042 on July 9, 2017, 17:48 GMT

    Easy 10/10, hats off to women

  • Jitesh on July 9, 2017, 8:28 GMT

    @RDSW, If cricket would have played on water, you could have complained the temperature of the water. Digest the fact. U r crying because it's team India who scored 300+ partnership.

  • Rahul on July 9, 2017, 6:36 GMT

    Sanath And Upul s 286 was scored-against England , in England ( not in subcontinent flat pitches , as they always dilute any achievement ) . .

  • Kiran Kumar on July 8, 2017, 17:00 GMT

    There is no problem with the 5th answer. Afridi was 6061 days and whereas Mithali was only 6049 days, so Mithali is younger.

  • Michael on July 8, 2017, 16:01 GMT

    Considering the frequent inaccuracies in the claimed ages of Pakistani players, it seems likely that the given answer for question 5 is actually right...

  •   cricfan3041278541 on July 8, 2017, 14:29 GMT

    Answer of 5th question is wrong. S Afridi was younger than M Raj when he scored his ODI century.

    S Afridi's age when he scored century: 16 years 217 days M Raj's age when she scored century on her debut ODI: 16 years 250 days.

  • bhanuk7302721 on July 5, 2017, 16:41 GMT

    sri lanka batters should improve their run rate..but girls did well as a emerging team.congrats

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