Home matches are those matches that help players to groom and to boost their confidence. Every player wants to perform well in home matches. That’s why every team looks forward to winning matches at home. The importance of home matches can also be seen at the previous three world cup winners who won at home. ODI formats are something that will test players’ ability to play according to the situations. In this article, we will see the top 4 Indian batsmen with the most ODI runs at home.
#4 Rohit Sharma
Indian skipper Rohit Sharma is at No.4 on our list. Rohit is a fantastic player, especially in the ODI format. Rohit has specialized this format in his way. He plays as a right-arm opening batsman in the Indian team. He has performed everywhere in the world but home is something which he has conquered. He has 3618 One day international runs at home.
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#3 MS Dhoni
Former Indian captain and the best finisher in Indian cricket history MS Dhoni has shown his class many times. Dhoni is also India’s most successful limited-overs captain. He has a batsman was amazing to watch. His powerful shorts and fearless batting helped India a lot. Dhoni is at No.3 on our list as he got 4351 one-day international runs in home matches.
#2 Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli is at No.2 on our list as former Indian captain Virat was one of the best batsmen of this generation. Virat also played ODI format in his way. He was once the most successful player of this format. He was also at the No.1 position at ICC ODI rankings of batsmen for a very long period. Virat has 4994 One day international runs at home.
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#1 Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin is a god of cricket and as evidence of it, you can see him dominating almost every list in which batsmen are involved. Sachin was a million player with amazing records and beautiful batting he was an all-time great. Sachin is at No.1 on our list he has 6976 one-day international runs at home. Virat Kohli is almost 2000 runs behind Sachin and that kind of standard he has set for the upcoming batsmen.