Ben Stokes has said that the South Africa match at Chester-le-Street will be his final ODI in an England jersey. He has played in 104 ODIs so far, with the 2019 World Cup final at Lord's being the most well-known.
The 31-year-old, who recently assumed leadership of England's Test team, said that playing all three formats of the game was "unsustainable" for him given his physique and his busy schedule and that he will now be concentrating his emphasis on Tests and T20s.
"I will play my last game for England in ODI cricket on Tuesday in Durham," Stokes said on Monday (July 19) in an ECB release. "I have decided to retire from this format. This has been an incredibly tough decision to make. I have loved every minute of playing with my mates for England. We have had an incredible journey on the way.
"As difficult a choice as this was to make, accepting the truth that I can no longer give my teammates my all in this format is anymore. The England shirt deserves nothing less from anyone who wears it.
"Three formats are simply no longer manageable for me. Because of the schedule and the demands placed upon us, I feel as though not only is my body failing me, but I am also depriving Jos and the rest of the squad of a player who can give their best. It's time for another cricketer to develop and create unforgettable memories, just like I have over the past 11 years.
"I would like to wish Jos Buttler, Matthew Mott, the players and the support staff every success going forward. We have made great strides in white-ball cricket over the past seven years, and the future looks bright.
"I have loved all 104 games I have played so far, I've got one more, and it feels amazing to be playing my last game at my home ground in Durham.
"As always, the England fans have always been there for me and will continue to be there. You're the best fans in the world. I hope we can win on Tuesday and set the series up nicely against South Africa."
"I'm sure that when we look back on Ben's career and see this as one of the reasons he will play 120-plus Tests and help England in T20 matches and World Cups for many years to come.
"It is a typically selfless decision that will benefit England long-term."
"We look forward to watching him excite and enthral in an England shirt for many years to come."