ODI Schedule

ODI stands for the One Day International matches. It had first come into existence in the Seventies in Australia and the man who was responsible for the development of this format was Kerry Pecker. The first One Day International match was played in January 1971 between the two oldest cricket playing nations i.e. England and Australia. This format is not as long as the test matches and things happen quickly in it. People get to see a lot more fours and sixes in the ODIs than what they get to see in test matches and that’s why, a large no. of people comes to the stadiums to watch this format. With some very important ODI tournaments like Asia Cup coming up, people would be interested to know about the schedule of the upcoming ODI games. Following is the list of the One Day international matches that will take place in near future.
Date Match Details
Sep 3, 2015
14:00 local | 13:00 GMT
England vs Australia, 1st ODI
D/N
The Rose Bowl, Southampton
Sep 5, 2015
10:30 local | 09:30 GMT
England vs Australia, 2nd ODI
Lords, London
Sep 8, 2015
14:00 local | 13:00 GMT
England vs Australia, 3rd ODI
D/N
Old Trafford, Manchester
Sep 11, 2015
10:30 local | 09:30 GMT
England vs Australia, 4th ODI
Headingley, Leeds
Sep 13, 2015
10:30 local | 09:30 GMT
England vs Australia, 5th ODI
Old Trafford, Manchester
Feb 3, 2016
South Africa vs England, 1st ODI
OUTsurance Oval, Bloemfontein
Feb 6, 2016
South Africa vs England, 2nd ODI
St Georges Park, Port Elizabeth
Feb 9, 2016
South Africa vs England, 3rd ODI
SuperSport Park, Centurion
Feb 12, 2016
South Africa vs England, 4th ODI
The Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg
Feb 14, 2016
South Africa vs England, 5th ODI
Newlands, Cape Town
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