- Copyright: BBC Sport
Right, we're going to call it a day there, thank you for joining us.
Don't forget to pick your world T20 Team here.
From tomorrow we'll also be replaying Test Match Special commentary of Alastair Cook's final Test, against India in 2018. You'll be able to listen to coverage of day one from 10:30 BST here.
And if you're looking a challenge why don't you try and name all of England's men's 91 T20 players since their first game in 2005? That's over here.
See you again next Wednesday at 12:00 BST for the world T20 XI reveal.
Some real-life cricket news for you: Moeen Ali might be edging closer to a Test retrurn after being named in England's training group for the West Indies series.
He is one of 30 players who will train in Southampton, where they will play a practice game before the final squad is announced.
Moeen has not played since last summer's Ashes after taking a break from the longest format.Copyright: Getty Images
Before we leave you, some news to bring you...
That one is going to be tough...
We've included international and franchise cricketers so plenty of choice!
Enjoying your new job as a selector? You're in luck - we have one more team for you to pick: the Twenty20 world XI.
You know the drill by now - see if you can whittle down this list of great players.
The team will be revealed at 12:00 BST on 24 June.Copyright: BBC Sport
Trent Boult (NZ) 25%, MS Dhoni (Ind) 25%, Chris Woakes (Eng) 24%, Jonny Bairstow (Eng) 24%, Eoin Morgan (Eng) 22%, Adil Rashid (Eng) 22%, Quinton de Kock (SA) 15%, Jason Holder (WI) 14%, Angelo Mathews (SL) 13%, Kagiso Rabada (SA) 10%, Imam-ul-Haq (Pak) 8%, Shaheen Afridi (Pak) 8%, Ross Taylor (NZ) 7%, Shai Hope (WI) 7%, Aaron Finch (Aus) 7%, Faf du Plessis (SA) 6%, Mohammad Shami (Ind) 6%, Imad Wasim (Pak) 5%, Shadab Khan (Pak) 5%, Lungi Ngidi (SA) 5%, Rassie van der Dussen (SA) 4%, Jimmy Neesham (NZ) 4%, Tim Southee (NZ) 4%, Kuldeep Yadav (Ind) 4%, Lockie Ferguson (NZ) 3%, Shikhar Dhawan (Ind) 3%, Yuzvendra Chahal (Ind) 3%, Mustafizur Rahman (Ban) 2%, Mujeeb Ur Rahman (Afg) 2%, Fakhar Zaman (Pak) 2%, Nicholas Pooran (WI) 2%, Mushfiqur Rahim (Ban) 1%, Matt Henry (NZ) 1%.
In truth quite a lot of the players made the team fairly comfortably - particularly the bowlers. The closest competition came for the second opener spot where Jason Roy just edged out David Warner and a spot in the middle order saw Ravindra Jadeja pip Joe Root.
- David Warner (Aus) 39%
- Joe Root (Eng) 36%
- Steve Smith (Aus) 31%
- Pat Cummins (Aus) 29%
- Babar Azam (Pak) 28%
- SMS Message: Not happy that Rashid Khan is in ahead of Adil Rashid! from Anon
Big fan of Cricket Kaka talking about balance but picking two left-armers in Mitchell Starc and Trent Boult.
Cricket_Kaka: With the right balance here's mine: Dave, Rohit, VK, Taylor, Stokes, Buttler, Jadeja, Starc, Ferguson, Boult, Kuldeep.
Bumrah missed out as Starc has an edge, can't be in for Boult or Ferguson, the attack wouldn't remain balanced.
And here it is in all its glory, your final world ODI team...
What do people think? Let us know using #bbccricket or by texting 81111 (UK only).Copyright: BBC Sport
- Mickey Arthur (15%)
- Justin Langer (15%)
- Gary Stead (12%)
- Chris Silverwood (8%)
- Mark Boucher (6%)
- Russell Domingo (3%)
- Misbah-ul-Haq (3%)
- Phil Simmons (2%)
- Copyright: BBC Sport
We're not done there, we also asked you to pick your coach to manage the 11 stars...
We've put players in the spots based on the number of votes where they got the most.
But, Hamish, I take your point that Rashid Khan can clear the boundary. He is useful with the bat but he only averages 18.5, so he definitely isn't batting above Ravindra Jadeja as a matter of course. Maybe when we need a pinch hitter...
Hamish Arnold: The batting order is all wrong for the tailenders.Should be:7 Khan8 Jadeja9 Archer10 Starc11 Bumrah
Some more big-name casualties among the bowlers then.
Pat Cummins was closest to breaking in with 29% of the vote, while Trent Boult got 25%. Adil Rashid was the next closest spinner with 22%.
Pace, accuracy, variation, you name it, Jasprit Bumrah can probably do it. His bowling style may be unorthodox but it's mighty effective.
Since his debut in 2016, he has taken the fourth most wickets in the format, behind Rashid Khan, Adil Rashid and Trent Boult.
He's another, like Jofra Archer, who gives you superb control. He had the lowest economy rate of anyone to take 10 or more wickets in last year's World Cup.
- Copyright: BBC Sport