Records / One-Day Internationals / Individual records (captains, players, umpires) / Most consecutive matches for a team

Player Team Mat From Until
SR Tendulkar India 185 25 Apr 1990 24 Apr 1998
A Flower Zimbabwe 172 23 Feb 1992 11 Apr 2001
WJ Cronje South Africa 162 4 Sep 1993 27 Mar 2000
SM Pollock South Africa 133 28 Mar 2000 13 Feb 2005
RB Richardson West Indies 132 17 Jan 1987 1 Nov 1993
M Azharuddin India 126 6 Dec 1991 3 May 1997
DPMD Jayawardene Sri Lanka 122 6 Nov 2005 24 Dec 2009
BB McCullum New Zealand 122 10 Sep 2004 13 Mar 2010
ADR Campbell Zimbabwe 121 19 Mar 1993 1 Apr 2000
MV Boucher South Africa 120 6 Oct 2002 1 Jul 2007
DPMD Jayawardene Sri Lanka 119 19 May 1999 10 Mar 2003
RP Arnold Sri Lanka 115 26 Aug 1999 18 Mar 2003
Mohammad Yousuf Pakistan 111 23 Nov 2002 27 Oct 2006
V Kohli India 102 25 Aug 2010 5 Mar 2014
AC Gilchrist Australia 97 24 May 1997 28 Jan 2001
ST Jayasuriya Sri Lanka 96 10 Mar 1993 7 Apr 1997
PA de Silva Sri Lanka 96 3 Aug 1994 24 Jan 1998
A Jadeja India 96 9 Apr 1995 25 May 1998
CZ Harris New Zealand 94 11 Mar 1996 27 Sep 2000
MS Atapattu Sri Lanka 92 11 Feb 2001 25 Apr 2004
ME Trescothick England 92 8 Jul 2000 25 Sep 2004
Shoaib Malik Pakistan 91 3 Apr 2003 8 Sep 2006
A Kumble India 88 25 Mar 1994 20 Aug 1997
TM Dilshan Sri Lanka 88 13 May 2003 2 Jan 2007
KC Sangakkara Sri Lanka 88 17 Jul 2004 28 Apr 2007
Mohammad Hafeez Pakistan 88 10 Sep 2010 27 Nov 2013
Misbah-ul-Haq Pakistan 88 23 Feb 2011 10 Oct 2014
SR Waugh Australia 87 9 Jan 1986 23 Feb 1990
PA de Silva Sri Lanka 86 8 Oct 1987 7 Nov 1993
Tamim Iqbal Bangladesh 85 9 Feb 2007 20 Jul 2010
AC Parore New Zealand 84 6 Apr 1996 26 Feb 2000
AR Border Australia 83 20 Aug 1980 5 Oct 1984
GR Marsh Australia 80 14 Jan 1986 4 Jan 1990
MS Dhoni India 79 29 Jun 2007 18 Dec 2009
MG Bevan Australia 78 17 Dec 1995 21 Jan 1999
Shakib Al Hasan Bangladesh 78 30 Aug 2008 22 Mar 2012
TM Dilshan Sri Lanka 78 10 Jan 2010 6 Nov 2012
SK Raina India 78 20 Mar 2011 25 Jan 2014
BRM Taylor Zimbabwe 77 9 Aug 2009 19 Aug 2014
Moin Khan Pakistan 76 17 Apr 1998 12 Jul 2000
IVA Richards West Indies 74 26 Apr 1984 12 Mar 1988
AJ Strauss England 74 18 Nov 2003 11 Feb 2007
Abdur Razzak Bangladesh 74 17 Mar 2006 9 Nov 2008
DL Haynes West Indies 73 9 Jun 1979 10 Jan 1985
MW Goodwin Zimbabwe 71 22 Jan 1998 22 Jul 2000
T Taibu Zimbabwe 71 23 Nov 2002 4 Sep 2005
E Chigumbura Zimbabwe 71 1 Mar 2006 15 Oct 2009
Mohammad Ashraful Bangladesh 71 25 Feb 2007 11 Feb 2010
L Klusener South Africa 70 22 Jan 1999 11 Jan 2001
CH Gayle West Indies 70 16 May 2001 16 May 2004
Javed Miandad Pakistan 69 12 Oct 1984 4 Nov 1987
M Prabhakar India 69 13 Oct 1989 22 Mar 1993
MV Boucher South Africa 69 3 Apr 1998 18 Aug 2000
R Dravid India 69 9 Jan 1999 22 Oct 2000
IT Botham England 67 23 Dec 1977 9 Mar 1984
BC Lara West Indies 67 20 Nov 1991 26 Oct 1994
KC Sangakkara Sri Lanka 67 20 Jul 2007 13 Jan 2010
Saqlain Mushtaq Pakistan 66 29 Aug 1996 18 Jan 1998
P Utseya Zimbabwe 66 10 Sep 2004 24 Jan 2008
Khaled Mashud Bangladesh 65 9 Sep 2003 5 Dec 2006
GW Flower Zimbabwe 64 3 Nov 1994 11 Apr 1998
Mushfiqur Rahim Bangladesh 64* 15 Jul 2010 23 Nov 2014
Saleem Malik Pakistan 63 27 Jan 1987 22 Dec 1989
HP Tillakaratne Sri Lanka 63 15 Dec 1994 6 Jun 1997
J Srinath India 62 17 Oct 1994 13 Feb 1997
RW Marsh Australia 60 27 Nov 1979 17 Mar 1983
RJ Shastri India 60 9 Nov 1983 15 Jan 1987
LRD Mendis Sri Lanka 60 19 Mar 1983 30 Oct 1987
Rashid Latif Pakistan 60 4 Dec 1992 10 Dec 1994
Kamran Akmal Pakistan 60 1 Feb 2005 15 Nov 2007
H Masakadza Zimbabwe 60 22 Aug 2007 15 Oct 2010
Shahid Afridi Pakistan 60 12 Nov 2008 5 May 2011

* indicates an ongoing sequence

Records include the following recent matches:
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe at Chittagong, 2nd ODI, Nov 23, 2014 [ODI # 3552]
Australia v South Africa at Sydney, 5th ODI, Nov 23, 2014 [ODI # 3551]
Bangladesh v Zimbabwe at Chittagong, 1st ODI, Nov 21, 2014 [ODI # 3550]
Australia v South Africa at Melbourne, 4th ODI, Nov 21, 2014 [ODI # 3549]

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