Top 10 biggest wins for India in T20Is by runs.

Twenty20 (T20) has become the quickest and most popular format of cricket in the present times.

In this format of cricket, the spectators get the entertainment of watching the same thing in just 3 hours which they get to see in other longer formats of cricket. 

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It was officially brought into practice in the year 2003 by the Cricket Board of Wales, England.

The first Twenty20 International match consolidated in the year 2005 in the world.

The debut Twenty20 International cricket match was organized in India in the year 2006.

Since the time the Twenty20 format originated in India, India has played a total of more than 150 Twenty20 Internationals so far.

Here is a list of the top 10 biggest wins for India in T20Is by runs out of all the Twenty20 Internationals played by India so far.


Biggest wins for India in T20Is by runs.
No Win by Vs Venue Date
01 143R Ireland Dublin 29.06.2018
02 93R Sri Lanka Cuttack 20.12.2017
03 90R England Colombo 23.09.2012
04 88R Sri Lanka Indore 22.12.2017
05 78R Sri Lanka Pune 10.01.2020
06 76R Ireland Dublin 27.06.2018
07 75R England Bengaluru 01.02.2017
08 73R Australia Dhaka 30.03.2014
09 73R N Zealand Kolkata 21.11.2021
10 71R W Indies Lucknow 06.11.2018

1. India's win over Ireland by 140 runs:


The first biggest win for India in T20Is by the margin of runs was against  Ireland on 29 June 2018 at Malahide Cricket Club Ground “The Village”, Dublin, Ireland during India's tour of England.

In this T20 match, Ireland won the toss and invited India to bat first, in which India had scored a total of 213 runs at the rate of 10.65 runs per over for the loss of 4 wickets in its quota of 20 overs.

Ireland could manage to score only 70 runs in its innings out of their quota of 20 overs in 12.3 overs at 5.60 runs per over, as a consequence, India won this T20 International from Ireland by 143 runs.


Ireland India
Score 70 213
Over 12.3 20
Wicket 10 4
Toss Won Lost
Venue Dublin(Malahide)
Date 29.06.2018
Win margin By 143 runs

2. Win over Sri Lanka by 93 runs:


The 2nd biggest win for India in T20Is by the margin of runs was against Sri Lanka on 20 December 2017 at Barabati Stadium, Cuttack, Odisha, India during Sri Lanka's tour of India.

In this T20 match, Sri Lanka won the toss and invited India to bat first, in which India had scored a total of 180 runs at the rate of 09.0 runs per over for the loss of 3 wickets in its quota of 20 overs.

Sri Lanka could score only 87 runs for the loss of all wickets in its innings in 16 overs from the quota of 20 overs at the rate of 5.43 runs per over, as a consequence, India won this T20 International from Sri Lanka by 93 runs.


Sri Lanka India
Score 87 180
Over 16 20
Wicket 10 3
Toss Won Lost
Venue Cuttack
Date 20.12.2017
Win margin By 93 runs

3. India's win over England by 90 runs:


Another biggest win for India by a margin of runs in T20Is came against England in Group A of the ICC Twenty20 World Cup held in Sri Lanka on 23 September 2012 at the R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo.

After winning the toss on this match, England invited India to bat first, in which India had scored a total of 170 runs at the rate of 08.50 runs per over for the loss of 4 wickets in its quota of 20 overs.

In response, England had scored just 80 runs at the rate of 05.45 runs per over in 14.40 overs for the loss of their all wickets and as a result, India clinch this T20 International from England by 90 runs.


England India
Score 80 170
Over 14.4 20
Wicket 10 4
Toss Won Lost
Venue Colombo
Date 23.09.2012
Win margin By 90 runs


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4. Win for India over Sri Lanka by 88 runs:


The next biggest win for India in T20Is by the margin of runs came against Sri Lanka in the second T20I played on 22 December 2017 at Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore, India during Sri Lanka's tour of India.

After winning the toss on this match, Sri Lanka invited India to bat first, in which India had scored a total of 260 runs at the rate of 13.0 runs per over for the loss of 5 wickets in its quota of 20 overs.

In response, Sri Lanka had scored just 172 runs at the rate of 09.92 runs per over in 17.20 overs for the loss of their all wickets and as a result, India won this T20 International from England by 88 runs.


Sri Lanka India
Score 172 260
Over 17.2 20
Wicket 10 5
Toss Won Lost
Venue Indore
Date 22.12.2017
Win margin By 88 runs

5. India's win over Sri Lanka by 78 runs:


The 5th biggest win for India in T20Is by the margin of runs was against the also Sri Lanka in the 3rd T20 International played on 10 January 2020 at Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune, India during Sri Lanka's tour of India.

Sri Lanka won the toss in this match and offered India to bat first, in which India had scored a total of 201 runs in their quota of 20 overs at the rate of 10.05 runs per over for the loss of 6 wickets.

In response, Sri Lanka had scored just 123 runs at the rate of 07.76 runs per over in 15.50 overs for the loss of their all wickets, Consequently, India won this T20 International from Sri Lanka by 78 runs.


Sri Lanka India
Score 123 201
Over 15.5 20
Wicket 10 6
Toss Won Lost
Venue Pune
Date 10.01.2020
Win margin By 90 runs

6. Win for India over Ireland by 76 runs:


The 6th biggest win for India in T20Is by the margin of runs was against Ireland in the first T20 International played on 27 June 2018 at Malahide Cricket Club Ground or "The Village", Ireland during India's tour of England.

Ireland won the toss and invited India to bat first in this match, in which India had scored a total of 208 runs in their quota of 20 overs at the rate of 10.40 runs per over at the loss of 5 wickets.

In response, Ireland could manage to score just 132 runs in its innings out of their quota of 20 overs at the rate of 06.60 runs per over for the loss of their 9 wickets, Consequently, India won this T20 International from Ireland by 76 runs.


Ireland India
Score 132 208
Over 20 20
Wicket 9 5
Toss Won Lost
Venue Dublin
Date 27.06.2018
Win margin By 76 runs

7. India's win over England by 75 runs:


The next biggest win for India in T20Is by the margin of runs was against England in the 3rd T20 International played on 01 February 2017 at M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore, India during England's tour of India.

England won the toss and invited India to bat first in this match, in which India had scored a total of 202 runs in their quota of 20 overs at the rate of 10.10 runs per over at the loss of 6 wickets.

In response, England could manage to score only 127 runs in 16.30 overs out of their quota of 20 overs at the rate of 07.69 runs per over for the loss of their all wickets, as a result, India won this T20 International from England by 75 runs.


England India
Score 127 202
Over 16.3 20
Wicket 10 6
Toss Won Lost
Venue Bangalore
Date 01.02.2017
Win margin By 75 runs

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8. Win over Australia by 73 runs:


The next biggest win for India by a margin of runs in T20Is came against Australia in the Group 2 of the ICC Twenty20 World Cup held in Bangladesh on 30 March 2014 at the Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, Bangladesh.

After winning the toss on this match, Australia invited India to bat first, in which India had scored a total of 169 runs at the rate of 7.95 runs per over for the loss of 7 wickets in its quota of 20 overs.

In the reply, Australia could manage to score only 86 runs in 16.2 overs out of their quota of 20 overs at the rate of 5.26 runs per over for the loss of their all wickets, as a result, India won this T20 International from England by 73 runs.


Australia India
Score 86 159
Over 16.2 20
Wicket 10 7
Toss Won Lost
Venue Mirpur
Date 30.03.2014
Win margin By 73 runs

9.  India's win over New Zealand by 73 runs:


The 9th biggest win for India in T20Is by the margin of runs was against New Zealand in the 3rd T20 International played on 21 November 2021 at  Eden Gardens, Kolkata, India during New Zealand's tour of India.

After winning the toss on this match, India elected to bat first, had scored a total of 184 runs at the rate of 9.19 runs per over for the loss of 7 wickets in its quota of 20 overs.
    
In response, New Zealand could manage to score only 111 runs in 17.2 overs out of their quota of 20 overs at the rate of 6.40 runs per over for the loss of their all wickets, as a result, India won this T20 International from England by 73 runs.


New Zealand India
Score 111 184
Over 17.2 20
Wicket 10 7
Toss Lost Won
Venue Kolkata
Date 21.11.2021
Win margin By 73 runs

10. Win for India over West Indies  by 71 runs:


The 10th biggest win for India in T20Is by the margin of runs was against the West Indies in the 2nd T20 International played on 06 November 2018 at BRSABV Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow, India during West Indies's tour of India.

West Indies won the toss and invited India to bat first in this match, in which India had scored a total of 195 runs in their quota of 20 overs at the rate of 9.75 runs per over at the loss of 2 wickets.

In reply, West Indies could manage to score only 124 runs in 17.2 overs out of their quota of 20 overs at the rate of 6.20 runs per over for the loss of their 9 wickets,  as a consequence, India won this T20 International from West Indies by 71 runs.


West Indies India
Score 124 195
Over 20 20
Wicket 9 2
Toss Won Lost
Venue Lucknow
Date 06.11.2018
Win margin By 71 runs