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Cricket.com.au's best ODI XI of 2017

A Champions Trophy and plenty more action made for a thrilling year in the 50-over format

1. Rohit Sharma (Ind) | 21 matches | 1293 runs @ 72 | SR: 99 | HS: 208no

Rohit's double ton of fun schools Sri Lanka

2. Quinton De Kock (SA) (wk) | 19 matches | 956 runs @ 53 | SR: 94 | HS: 168no

De Kock had a very strong 2017, scoring two hundreds and seven fifties // Getty
De Kock had a very strong 2017, scoring two hundreds and seven fifties // Getty

3. Virat Kohli (Ind) (c) | 26 matches| 1460 runs @ 77 | SR: 99 | HS: 131

Kohli, Rohit tons hammer Sri Lanka in Colombo

4. Joe Root (Eng) | 19 matches | 983 runs @ 70 | SR: 92 | HS: 133no

Root, Buttler take England to 310

5. AB de Villiers (SA) | 19 matches | 773 runs @ 59 | SR: 117 | HS: 176

AB de Villiers blast new career-high ODI score


6. Ben Stokes (Eng) | 15 matches | 616 runs @ 61  SR: 107 | HS: 102no | 14 wkts @ 39 | RPO: 6.48 | BB: 3-43

Super Stokes seals match-winning ton

7. Hardik Pandya (Ind) | 28 matches | 557 runs @ 35 | SR: 120 | HS: 83 | 31 wkts @ 36 | RPO: 5.57 | BB: 3-40

Pandya's stunning six show ends in despair

8. Liam Plunkett (Eng) | 18 matches| 36 wkts @ 22 | RPO: 5.62 | BB: 5-52

Clinical England dismantle NZ, surge into semi-finals

9. Trent Boult (NZ) | 31 wkts @ 24 | RPO: 5.27 | BB: 7-34

Windies capitulate in dramatic collapse

10. Hasan Ali (Pak) | 18 matches | 45 wkts @ 17 | RPO: 5.03 | BB: 5-34

Watch all Hasan Ali's Champions Trophy wickets

11. Rashid Khan (Afg) | 16 matches | 43 wkts @ 10 | RPO: 3.80 | BB: 7-18

Windies crushed by wrath of Khan

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