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February 21, 2007
Seven current players have been chosen in the 30-man squad that will be cut over the next week to reveal Australia's greatest one-day team. The side, which will be picked after votes from the 163 Australians to play limited-overs internationals, will be announced at a function in Sydney next Tuesday that doubles as the farewell for the World Cup unit.
The openers Matthew Hayden and Adam Gilchrist have made the outfit alongside Michael Hussey, Brett Lee, Andrew Symonds and Glenn McGrath while Ricky Ponting is one of eight captains in the list. Ian and Greg Chappell and Doug Walters, who appeared in the first one-day international in 1970-71, were also selected.
Australia's 30-man all-time one-day squad Terry Alderman, Michael Bevan, David Boon, Allan Border, Greg Chappell, Ian Chappell, Simon Davis, Adam Gilchrist, Jason Gillespie, Gary Gilmour, Matthew Hayden, Michael Hussey, Dean Jones, Brett Lee, Darren Lehmann, Dennis Lillee, Damien Martyn, Greg Matthews, Craig McDermott, Glenn McGrath, Tom Moody, Simon O'Donnell, Ricky Ponting, Bruce Reid, Paul Reiffel, Andrew Symonds, Doug Walters, Shane Warne, Mark Waugh, Steve Waugh.
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