Since the first ODI was played on the 5 January 1971 there have been hundreds of classic ODI matches that have thrilled spectators across the world.
To create a list of 10 matches for users to vote on the greatest ODI game of all time was a challenging one but we believe this list captures a fantastic range of exciting matches, memorable shocks and significant moments in the history of ODI cricket. There were obviously many more games we considered, not least matches such as Sachin Tendulkar scoring the first ODI double hundred against South Africa, but some of these games we decided to classify as outstanding individual performances, rather than classic matches.
While we want you to have you say on what you think is the greatest ODI match of all time, by voting on the 10 choices provided below, we would also love you to send a message either on
Facebook or Twitter telling us which other matches were your favourites and what we should have included on the list.
Voting closes at midnight Dubai time on 2 January 2011 (GMT+4).
Bangladesh defeated Australia by five wickets at Cardiff, 18 June 2005
Australia, at the peak of its powers, made 249-5 off 50 overs, with Damien Martyn hitting 77. In reply, Mohammad Ashraful hit an outstanding 100, off just 101 balls, receiving good support from Habibul Bashar, who made 47, to achieve a famous win for Bangladesh with just four balls remaining.
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How To Vote :
1. Read the information on the Matches which has been short-listed by the panel.
2. Tick the box below the Matches which you believe is the deserved winner (Please select only one match from the above Match List).
3. Complete the registration form below, filling the data fields below.
4. You need to accept the two privacy policies by ticking the top two boxes.
5. Once you have pressed submit, check your nominated e-mail address to authenticate your vote. If you do not do this, then your vote will not count.
You must complete your nominated choice by midnight Dubai time on 2 January 2011 (GMT+4).
If you take a vote of Bangladesh