The One Day International Matches are one of the three approved formats of cricket played between two international cricket teams.
The ODI matches include a maximum of 50 overs and the two teams their respective innings until all the players in the team get out. Usually, the ODI matches include a series of 3-5 plays. The first-ever played ODI game was between Australia and England on 5 January 1971. Though the ODIs have usually seen the dominance of batters, the bowlers particularly have had an equal impact on the game.

1. JA Anderson

James Michael Anderson is a right-arm fast-medium bowler in the current squad. Jimmy played his first ODI game against Australia in Melbourne on 15 December 2002. He played 194 games and took 269 wickets with an average of 29.22 and an economy of 4.92 with two 5-wicket hauls. He played his last match against Afghanistan in Sydney on 12 March 2015.

2. Darren Gough

Darren Gough is a former right-arm fast-medium bowler in the English side who made his ODI debut on 19 May 1994 against New Zealand at Birmingham and his last match on 2 September 2006 against Pakistan at Lord’s. Gough played 159 games and took 235 wickets with an average of 26.42 and an economy of 4.39 with two 5-wicket hauls.

3. SCJ Broad

Stuart Cristopher John Broad is a left-hand batter and right-arm fast-medium bowler in the England cricket team. He made his ODI debut in the year 2006 against Pakistan at Cardiff. Broad has bowled in 121 matches and taken 178 wickets with a bowling average of 27.84. His economy was 2.93, and he has one five-wicket haul.

4. Andrew Flintoff

Andrew Flintoff is a former right-arm fast-medium bowler. He played his first ODI match on 7 April 1999 against Pakistan at Sharjah and last game on 3 April 2009 against West Indies on Gros Islet. Flintoff played 141 games and took 169 wickets with an average of 24.38 and an economy of 4.39 with two 5-wicket hauls.

5. AU Rashid

Adil Usman Rashid is a Leg-break bowler in the current English squad and made his ODI debut against Ireland at Belfast on 27 August 2009. Rashid played 112 games and took 159 wickets with an average of 33.02 and an economy of 5.65 with two 5-wicket hauls.

6. CR Woakes

Christopher Roger Woakes is a right-arm fast-medium all-rounder in the current squad. He made his ODI debut on 23 January 2011 against Australia in Sydney. Woakes played 106 games and took 155 wickets with an average of 29.46 and an economy of 5.46 with three 5-wicket hauls.

7. IT Botham

Ian Terence Botham is a former right-arm fast-medium all-rounder on the English side. He played his first ODI match on 26 August 1976 against West Indies at Scarborough and his last game on 24 August 1992 against Pakistan at Manchester. Ian played 116 games and took 145 wickets with an average of 28.54 and an economy of 3.96.

8. LE Plunkett

Liam Edward Plunkett is a right-arm fast bowler on the English side. He made his ODI debut on 10 December 2005 against Pakistan at Lahore. His performance in the 2019 World Cup final helped England to lift the first World Cup. He took three wickets with his pace. Liam played 89 games and took 135 wickets with an average of 29.70 and an economy of 5.81 with one 5-wicket haul.

9. PAJ DeFreitas

Phillip Anthony Jason DeFreitas is a former right-arm fast-medium bowler in the English side who played his first ODI match on 1 January 1987 against Australia at Perth and his last ODI match on 24 May 1997 against Australia at The Oval. Phil played 103 games and took 115 wickets with an average of 32.82 and an economy of 3.96.

10. PD Collingwood

Paul David Collingwood is a former right-arm medium all-rounder on the English side. Colly played his first ODI match on 7 June 2001 against Pakistan at Birmingham and his last game on 11 March 2011 against Bangladesh at Chattogram. He played 197 games and took 111 wickets with an average of 38.68 and an economy of 4.96 with one 5-wicket haul.