The One Day International Matches are one of the three approved formats of cricket played between two international cricket teams. It is also known as Limited Overs International and is a recent development in cricket.
The format includes a maximum of 50 overs, and the two teams play 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.

1. EJ Morgan

Eoin Joseph Gerard Morgan is a left-hand batter and right-arm medium pacer in the England cricket team. The cricketer made his ODI debut on 5 August 2006 against Scotland at Ayr and became the ODI Captain in 2011. Morgan has played 223 matches and scored 6957 runs in 205 innings with an average of 40.21 with 13 centuries.

2. 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.

3. 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.

4. CM Edwards

Charlotte Marie Edwards is a former right-hand top-order batter on the English side. She made her ODI debut on 15 August 1997 against South Africa at Bristol, and her last match was on 14 February 2016 against South Africa at Johannesburg. She holds many records in women’s cricket. Some of them are 2nd most runs in a career, 3rd most hundreds in career, 2nd most matches as captain. Charlotte played 191 games and scored 5992 runs in 180 innings with an average of 38.16 and nine centuries.

5. AJ Stewart

Alec James Stewart is a former right-hand wicketkeeper batter. He made his ODI debut on 15 October 1989 against Sri Lanka at Delhi and his last match on 2 March 2003 against Australia at Port Elizabeth. Stewart played 170 games and scored 4677 runs in 162 innings with an average of 31.60 and four centuries.

6. IR Bell

Ian Ronald Bell is a former right-hand top-order batter on the English side. He played his first ODI match on 28 November 2004 against Zimbabwe at Harare and his last game on 13 March 2015 against Afghanistan in Sydney. Ian played 161 games and scored 5416 runs in 157 innings with an average of 37.87 and four centuries.

7. 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.

8. JE Root

Joseph Edward Root is a right-hand top-order batter in the current English squad. Joe is among the Top 4 batter of the current generation, who played his first ODI match on 11 January 2013 against India at Rajkot. He holds the record of 5th fastest 3000 runs in 72 innings, 3rd fastest to 4000 runs in 91 innings, 5th fastest to 5000 runs in 116 runs, 5th fastest to 6000 runs in 141 innings. The batter played a total of 152 ODI games and scored 6109 runs in 142 innings with an average of 51.33 with 16 centuries.

9. JC Buttler

Joseph Charles Buttler is a right-hand wicketkeeper batter in the current squad. He played his first ODI match on 21 February 2012 against Pakistan in Dubai. Jos played 148 games and scored 3872 runs in 123 innings with an average of 38.72 and nine centuries.

10. JL Gunn

Jennifer Louise Gunn is a former right-hand batter and right-arm fast-medium bowler on the English side. She played her first ODI match on 15 February 2004 against South Africa at Port Elizabeth and her last game on 13 June 2019 against West Indies at Chelmsford. Jenny played 144 games and scored 1629 runs in 111 innings with an average of 19.62 and took 136 wickets with an average of 28.10 and an economy of 3.88 with two 5-wicket hauls.