In which country was the first-ever ODI played between Australia and England?

In which country was the first-ever ODI played between Australia and England?

Australia is the Correct Answer. In Australia the first-ever ODI was played between Australia and England.

The inaugural One-Day International (ODI) was played on 5 January 1971 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground between Australia and England. Officials opted to abandon the third Test after the first three days were rained out and instead play a one-off one-day game consisting of 40 eight-ball overs per side.

The first ever international cricket game was played between the USA and Canada in 1844 at the St George’s Cricket Club in New York and in 1859 a team of leading English professionals visited North America on the first-ever overseas tour.

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