One day cricket has changed now. It is almost unrecognisable from the version that was first introduced to cricket audiences on January 5, 1971. In the early years of the format, a run-rate of 4 an over was considered a challenging one. Now cricket have evolved the 50 over game has taken many turns. The right handers have always stood out with some memorable shows in the limited overs format. It does not take rocket science to tell you that no single parameter can be sufficient to decide the best right-handed ODI players. Here we see all time right handers ODI XI.
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