The supremacy of bowlers in not just ODI but every form of the game is an undeniable fact of the present era of cricket. One Day International match evolved during the 1970s and is currently the most-watched format of the game. The Pakistan cricket team is a Full-Time  Member of the International Cricket Council and played its first ODI game against New Zealand in 1973. The team has played 49 ODI matches to date.

1. Wasim Akram

Wasim Akram is a former left-arm fast bowler in the Pakistani squad. He made his ODI debut on 23 November 1984 against New Zealand at Faisalabad and his last match on 4 March 2003 against Zimbabwe at Bulawayo. Wasim played 356 games and took 502 wickets with an average of 23.52 with an economy of 3.89 with six 5-wicket hauls.

2. Waqar Younis Maitla

Waqar Younis Maitla is a former right-arm fast bowler from Pakistan who made his ODI debut on 14 October 1989 against West Indies at Sharjah. His last match was on 4 March 2003 against Zimbabwe in Bulawayo. Waqar played 262 games and took 416 wickets with an average of 23.84 and an economy of 4.68 with 13 5-wicket hauls.

3. Sahibzada Mohammad Shahid Afridi 

Sahibzada Mohammad Shahid Afridi is a former leg-break googly all-rounder from Pakistan who played his first ODI march against Kenya at Nairobi on 2 October 1996. His last game was against Australia at Adelaide on 20 March 2015.  Afridi played 393 games and took 393 wickets with an average of 34.53 and an economy of 4.62 with nine 5-wicket hauls.

4. Saqlain Mushtaq

Saqlain Mushtaq is a former right-arm off-break bowler who made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka at Gujranwala on 29 September 1995 and his last match on 7 October 2003 against South Africa in Faisalabad. Saqlain played 169 games and took 288 wickets with an average of 21.78 with an economy of 4.29 with six 5-wicket hauls.

5. Abdul Razzaq 

Abdul Razzaq is a former right-arm fast-medium all-rounder from Pakistan. He played his first game against Zimbabwe at Lahore on 1 November 1996 and his last match against South Africa at Dubai on 15 November 2013. Abdul played 261 games and took 268 wickets with an average of 31.53 and an economy of 4.67 with three 5-wicket hauls.

6. Shoaib Akhtar

Shoaib Akhtar is a former right-arm fast bowler who made his debut against Zimbabwe at Harare on 28 March 1998 and his last game against New Zealand at Pallekele on 8 March 2011. Shoaib holds the record of the fastest bowl ever bowled in international cricket which, is 161.3 km/hr. He played 163 games and took 247 wickets with an average of 24.97 and an economy of 4.76 with four 5-wicket hauls.

7. Saeed Ajmal

Saeed Ajmal is a former right-hand off-break bowler who played his first ODI match on 2 July 2008 against India at Karachi and his last game against Bangladesh at Dhaka on 19 April 2015. Ajmal played 113 games and took 184 wickets with an average of 22.72 with an economy of 4.18 with two 5-wicket hauls.

8. Imran Khan Niazi 

Imran Khan Niazi is a former world cup winning all-rounder from Pakistan who made his ODI appearance on 31 August 1974 against England at Nottingham and his last match on 25 March 1992 against England at Melbourne. Imran played 175 games and took 182 wickets with an average of 26.61 and an economy of 3.89 with one 5-wicket haul.

9. AaqibJaved

AaqibJaved is a former right-arm fast-medium bowler who made his debut against West Indies at Adelaide on 10 December 1988 and his last game against Zimbabwe at Rawalpindi on 24 November 1998. He played 163 games and took 182 wickets with an average of 31.43 and an economy of 4.28 with four 5-wicket hauls.

10. Umar Gul

Umar Gul is a former right-arm fast-medium bowler who made his debut against Zimbabwe at Sharjah on 3 April 2003 and his last game against England at Cardiff on 4 September 2016. Gul played 130 games and took 179 wickets with an average of 29.34 and an economy of 5.19 with two 5-wicket hauls.