Hello Teachers, Namaskar! How would you write one day cricket/match, one day international matches and test cricket/match? I mean which letters would you capitalize in formal English? In the culture of the sport, the abbreviation ODIs for "one-day internationals" is very common, especially in the media, live commentary and among players. The OALD has "Test match" (with a capital "T") as a separate entry and also has "Test" as the fifth meaning of "test". But under the heading "Culture" in the entry for "cricket", the same dictionary writes "one-day matches" and "test matches" (all small letters). A big confusion. Examples of my own: 1. Sachin Tendulkar holds the world record for scoring most centuries and runs in one-day cricket/ international matches. 2. Sachin Tendulkar also holds the world record for scoring most runs and centuries in Test cricket/matches. I have been writing exactly as I have written the examples here. Please enlighten me on this. Thank you very much in anticipation.