MARCUS Trescothick, Jos Buttler and Sir Ian Botham have all been named in England's greatest ever ODI XI after a poll conducted by BBC Sport.

More than 100,000 people selected their dream team on the BBC website and the trio with Somerset connections each made the cut.

Trescothick scored 4,335 ODI runs - more than any other England opener - and played in the 2003 World Cup.

Discussing the team on last night's 'Tuffers and Vaughan Show' on Radio 5Live, Michael Vaughan explained how Sanath Jayasuriya revolutionised the approach to batting at the top of the order in white-ball cricket and that Trescothick was the first England player to adopt that counter-attacking style succcessfully.

Buttler was the most unanimous selection of the lot, being picked by 86% of respondents, perhaps no surprise given he has scored England's two fastest ever ODI centuries and has an overall strike rate of 119.6.

Botham, down at eight in this greatest XI, is one of just four players to have scored 1,000 runs and taken 50 wickets for England in ODI cricket.

The others are Ben Stokes, Paul Collingwood and Andrew Flintoff, though only the latter made it into the all time XI.

England's all time ODI XI (as voted for on BBC Sport):

Jonny Bairstow, Marcus Trescothick, Joe Root, Kevin Pietersen, Eoin Morgan, Jos Buttler, Andrew Flintoff, Ian Botham, Graeme Swann, Darren Gough, James Anderson