SportODI World Cup: Everything you need to know
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From the depths of the Cape Town turmoil has emerged an Australian cricket team with genuine claims at the 50-over ODI World Cup, which begins this Thursday night.
There’s a new coach, new captain and we’re told a new ethos. But just as importantly, the team’s two best players are back and they’re in form.
Australia won the last World Cup hosted by England in 1999. They’ve won three of the four editions in between as well. There’s even six members of the victorious 2015 squad taking part again.
England to ring the changes for fourth Pakistan ODI
England are expected to make a number of changes to their side as they take on Pakistan in the fourth ODI at Trent Bridge on Friday.
But the Aussies are far from favourites. That mantle goes to the home side, who are breathing new life into the ODI format with their thrilling, attacking approach.
There’s a host of other contenders too among the ten nations competing. That’s slightly fewer than before – the new format sees all ten teams play each other once, with the top four, based on a points table, progressing to the semi-finals.
Being in England, this World Cup will mean long nights for cricket tragics Down Under. But according to the ICC it will be worth it, with 360-degree replays, new graphics and gimmicks, plus CricViz data in the broadcast for the hardcore fans. The cricket should be pretty good too.
So how do the teams stack up? We’ve delivered our verdict on every side at this year’s ICC Cricket World Cup.
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You can watch all nine Australian Group stage matches live on GEM and 9NOW.
Both semi-finals (July 9 & July 11) and the final (July 14) will also be shown on GEM and 9NOW.
ICC ODI World Ranking: 10
Gulbadin Naib (capt), Aftab Alam, Asghar Afghan, Dawlat Zadran, Hamid Hassan, Hashmatullah Shahidi, Hazratullah Zazai, Mohammad Nabi, Mohammad Shahzad (wk), Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Najibullah Zadran, Noor Ali Zadran, Rahmat Shah, Rashid Khan, Samiullah Shinwari.
v Australia at Bristol County Ground, Bristol, Saturday 1 June, 10.30pm
v Sri Lanka at Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff, Tuesday 4 June, 7.30pm
v New Zealand at The County Ground, Taunton, Saturday 8 June, 10.30pm
Amla 'hungrier than ever' as World Cup draws closer
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v South Africa at Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff, Saturday 15 June, 10.30pm
v England at Old Trafford, Manchester, Tuesday 18 June, 7.30pm
v India at The Ageas Bowl, Southampton, Saturday 22 June, 7.30pm
Sangakkara calls for England tour to SL to go ahead
Sri Lanka great Kumar Sangakkara has called for England's scheduled tour of his country next year to go ahead as planned. S ecurity concerns have been brought into question whether England will play in the Test series, following the recent Easter Sunday terrorist bombings that claimed the lives of over 250 people. Now the president of Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), Sangakarra has admitted the recent events are a major concern but feels Sri Lanka is still able to accommodate England for the tour in 2020.
v Bangladesh at The Ageas Bowl, Southampton, Monday 24 June, 7.30pm
v Pakistan at Headingley, Leeds, Saturday 29 June, 7.30pm
v West Indies at Headingley, Leeds, Thursday 4 July, 7.30pm
Pros: Spin to win. Afghanistan boasts one of the world’s strongest spin bowling arsenals with Rashid Khan, Mujeeb Ur Rahman and Mohammad Nabi in their squad.
Cons: Batting. England had them on toast at 8-92 inside 25 overs in their most recent warm-up match and early clashes with Australia, New Zealand and South Africa’s pace cartels could prove tough to negotiate.
Verdict: Afghanistan’s appearance at a second consecutive World Cup, particularly given the reduction in teams at this event, is a feel-good story in itself. But the team has been engulfed in drama since former captain Asghar Afghan was dumped less than two months ago and it is hard to see them progressing beyond the group stage.
ICC ODI World Ranking: 5
Squad: Aaron Finch (capt), Jason Behrendorff, Alex Carey (wk), Nathan Coulter-Nile, Pat Cummins, Usman Khawaja, Nathan Lyon, Shaun Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Kane Richardson, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, Marcus Stoinis, David Warner, Adam Zampa.
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He's unorthodox, even a tad fidgety at the crease, but the stats don't lie — Steve Smith is the jewel in Australia's crown. In fact, he and David Warner enter this year's World Cup among the best-ranked batters across all participating nations.
v Afghanistan at Bristol County Ground, Bristol, Saturday 1 June, 10.30pm on GEM & 9NOW
v West Indies at Trent Bridge, Nottingham, Thursday 6 June, 7.30pm on GEM & 9NOW
v India at The Oval, London, Sunday 9 June, 7.30pm on GEM & 9NOW
v Pakistan at The County Ground, Taunton, Wednesday June 12, 7.30pm on GEM & 9NOW
v Sri Lanka at The Oval, London, Saturday 15 June, 7.30pm on GEM & 9NOW
v Bangladesh at Trent Bridge, Nottingham, Thursday 20 June, 7.30pm on GEM & 9NOW
v England at Lord’s, London, Tuesday 25 June, 7.30pm on GEM & 9NOW
v New Zealand at Lord’s, London, Saturday 29 June, 10.30pm on GEM & 9NOW
v South Africa at Old Trafford, Manchester, Saturday 6 July, 10.30pm on GEM & 9NOW
Pictures: Australia's 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup Squad
Pros: They’re back! Prolific batsmen Steve Smith and David Warner have slotted seamlessly back into the line-up and have added strength to an improving top order. Their presence eases the burden on Usman Khawaja and Aaron Finch, while also backing up the work of star pacemen Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins.
Cons: The middle order. The grumblings that were once directed at a misfiring top four have been redirected down the order, with pressure on finishers Marcus Stoinis and Alex Carey. All-rounder Stoinis, in particular, can be a slow starter, while his ODI bowling average has ballooned to over 50 this calendar year. An on-song Stoinis is crucial for Australia’s team balance.
Windies skipper plays down talk of 500 total
West Indies captain Jason Holder was playing a textbook forward defensive to excited talk of a world record score. Dodging questions deftly, Holder prefers to focus on process rather than hype up his big hitters. However, England’s 481 world record at Trent Bridge last year, where Holder’s side will face Pakistan in their World Cup opener on Friday, has made the pursuit of the 500-run landmark a fascinating tournament sub-plot. And with the likes of Chris Gayle and Shai Hope in their side and a batsman-friendly wicket in Nottingham, you can see why the capacity crowd will be anticipating the chance to see history in the making.
Verdict: The turmoil of the 12 months since Cape Town took its toll but under Justin Langer, this team has turned a corner. Smith and Warner add class and experience to a side that was short on runs, and there is a genuine belief that they are on the up as others wobble. Expect them to reach the semis - anything can happen from there.
ICC ODI World Ranking: 7
Squad: Mashrafe Mortaza (capt), Abu Jayed, Liton Das (wk), Mahmudullah, Mehidy Hasan, Mohammad Mithun (wk), Mohammad Saifuddin, Mosaddek Hossain, Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), Mustafizur Rahman, Rubel Hossain, Sabbir Rahman, Shakib Al Hasan, Soumya Sarkar, Tamim Iqbal.
v South Africa at The Oval, London, Sunday 2 June, 7.30pm
v New Zealand at The Oval, London, Wednesday 5 June, 10.30pm
v England at Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff, Saturday 8 June, 7.30pm
v Sri Lanka at Bristol County Ground, Bristol, Tuesday 11 June, 7.30pm
v West Indies at The County Ground, Taunton, Monday 17 June, 7.30pm
v Australia at Trent Bridge, Nottingham, Thursday 20 June, 7.30pm
v Afghanistan at The Ageas Bowl, Southampton, Monday 24 June, 7.30pm
v India at Edgbaston, Birmingham, Tuesday 2 July, 7.30pm
v Pakistan at Lord’s, London, Friday 5 July, 7.30pm
Pros: ‘The Fizz’. Whippy left-armer Mustafizur Rahman was named in the ICC’s ODI team of the year for 2018 and boasts an elite career bowling average of just 22.27 in the format. He’ll be a key member of the bowling lineup alongside skipper Mashrafe Mortaza and all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan.
Cons: Do they have the batting depth in these conditions? The likes of Liton Das and Sabbir Rahman are excitement machines, but consistency is an issue. Much of the responsibility lies on veterans Tamim Iqbal, Shakib and Mushfiqur Rahim in a thin order.
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Verdict: Once cast aside as minnows, then viewed as giant-killers, Bangladesh is now a legitimate force to be reckoned with. How they transfer that to English conditions will determine their fate. Expect them to be competitive, but it is hard to see them forcing their way into the semis.
ICC ODI World Ranking: 1
Squad: Eoin Morgan (capt), Moeen Ali, Jofra Archer, Jonny Bairstow (wk), Jos Buttler (wk), Tom Curran, Liam Dawson, Liam Plunkett, Adil Rashid, Joe Root, Jason Roy, Ben Stokes, James Vince, Chris Woakes, Mark Wood.
v South Africa at The Oval, London, Thursday 30 May, 7.30pm on GEM & 9NOW
v Pakistan at Trent Bridge, Nottingham, Monday 3 June 7.30pm on GEM & 9NOW
v Bangladesh at Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff, Saturday 8 June, 7.30pm
v West Indies at The Ageas Bowl, Southampton, Friday 14 June, 7.30pm
v Afghanistan at Old Trafford, Manchester, Tuesday 18 June, 7.30pm
v Sri Lanka at Headingley, Leeds, Friday 21 June, 7.30pm
v Australia at Lord’s, London, Tuesday 25 June, 7.30pm
v India at Edgbaston, Birmingham, Sunday June 30, 7.30pm on GEM & 9NOW
v New Zealand at Emirates Riverside, Chester-Le-Street, Wednesday 3 July, 7.30pm on GEM & 9NOW
Pros: England’s ODI outfit plays a high-velocity brand of cricket that has the home nation buzzing. Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow are an all-action opening pair, Jos Buttler is the best finisher in the game right now and their bowling attack includes the rapid Mark Wood and Jofra Archer.
Cons: Despite what some may say, choking is not in the genetics. But World Cups haven’t been kind to England. There is an enormous expectation on this team, can they handle it and live up to the hype?
Verdict: England’s rise to the top of ODI cricket has been no fluke. They’ve timed their run perfectly into the home World Cup and assembled a winning squad. The only concern is a few injury niggles that have crept up on tournament eve. But they might not be enough to stop this juggernaut going all the way.
ICC ODI World Ranking: 2
Squad: Virat Kohli (capt), Jasprit Bumrah, Yuzvendra Chahal, Shikhar Dhawan, MS Dhoni (wk), Ravindra Jadeja, Kedar Jadhav, Dinesh Karthik (wk), Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Hardik Pandya, KL Rahul, Mohammed Shami, Vijay Shankar, Rohit Sharma, Kuldeep Yadav.
v South Africa at The Ageas Bowl, Southampton, Wednesday 5 June, 7.30pm
v Australia at The Oval, London, Sunday 9 June, 7.30pm
v New Zealand at Trent Bridge, Nottingham, Thursday 13 June, 7.30pm
v Pakistan at Old Trafford, Manchester, Sunday 16 June, 7.30pm on GEM & 9NOW
v Afghanistan at The Ageas Bowl, Southampton, Saturday 22 June, 7.30pm
v West Indies at Old Trafford, Manchester, Thursday 27 June, 7.30pm
v England at Edgbaston, Birmingham, Sunday June 30, 7.30pm on GEM & 9NOW
v Bangladesh at Edgbaston, Birmingham, Tuesday 2 July, 7.30pm
v Sri Lanka at Headingley, Leeds, Saturday 6 July, 7.30pm
Pros: India is star-studded. They boast the world’s top two ODI batsmen, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, plus the best bowler, Jasprit Bumrah. Add to that spin twins Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav plus genius keeper-bat MS Dhoni and you have a team jammed with match-winners.
Cons: Middle-order depth. We might be clutching at straws, but there appears a gap between the top three of Shikhar Dhawan, Sharma and Kohli, and the finishers Hardik Pandya and Dhoni. KL Rahul, Dinesh Karthik and Kedar Jadhav are vying for middle order slots and must stand up.
Verdict: Without doubt one of the tournament’s strongest teams, India’s only concern is applying that talent to English conditions. NZ reduced them to 4-39 in Saturday’s warm-up match and they can’t afford any similar slip-ups once the tournament begins.
ICC ODI World Ranking: 4
Squad: Kane Williamson (capt), Tom Blundell (wk), Trent Boult, Colin de Grandhomme, Lockie Ferguson, Martin Guptill, Matt Henry, Tom Latham (wk), Colin Munro, Jimmy Neesham, Henry Nicholls, Mitchell Santner, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee, Ross Taylor.
v Sri Lanka at Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff, Saturday 1 June, 7.30pm
v Bangladesh at The Oval, London, Wednesday 5 June, 10.30pm
v Afghanistan at The County Ground, Taunton, Saturday 8 June, 10.30pm
v India at Trent Bridge, Nottingham, Thursday 13 June, 7.30pm
v South Africa at Edgbaston, Birmingham, Wednesday 19 June, 7.30pm on GEM & 9NOW
v West Indies at Old Trafford, Manchester, Saturday 22 June, 10.30pm
v Pakistan at Edgbaston, Birmingham, Wednesday 16 June, 7.30pm
v Australia at Lord’s, London, Saturday 29 June, 10.30pm
v England at Emirates Riverside, Chester-Le-Street, Wednesday 3 July, 7.30pm on GEM & 9NOW
Pros: The top order. Since the 2015 World Cup, top four mainstays Martin Guptill (average 49.38), Kane Williamson (46.46) and Ross Taylor (68.18) have enjoyed prolific returns in this format.
Cons: There are doubts over New Zealand’s proficiency against the ‘stronger’ teams. Their win rate over fellow ‘top five’ (ICC rankings) teams since the last World Cup sits at just 40 per cent - that will need to improve to be a contender here.
Verdict: The Kiwis rode a wave to the 2015 final alongside co-hosts Australia, but haven’t stamped their authority on the format since. There is a similar feel to much of the squad, albeit with doubts over the middle order, and they’ll be on the fringe of finals. But where is the X-factor?
ICC ODI World Ranking: 6
Squad: Sarfaraz Ahmed (capt & wk), Asif Ali, Babar Azam, Fakhar Zaman, Haris Sohail, Hasan Ali, Imad Wasim, Imam-ul-Haq, Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Hafeez, Mohammad Hasnain, Shadab Khan, Shaheen Afridi, Shoaib Malik, Wahab Riaz.
v West Indies at Trent Bridge, Nottingham, Friday 31 May, 7.30pm
v England at Trent Bridge, Nottingham, Monday 3 June 7.30pm on GEM & 9NOW
v Sri Lanka at Bristol County Ground, Bristol, Friday 7 June, 7.30pm
v Australia at The County Ground, Taunton, Wednesday June 12, 7.30pm
v India at Old Trafford, Manchester, Sunday 16 June, 7.30pm on GEM & 9NOW
v South Africa at Lord’s, London, Sunday 23 June, 7.30pm
v New Zealand at Edgbaston, Birmingham, Wednesday 26 June, 7.30pm
v Afghanistan at Headingley, Leeds, Saturday 29 June, 7.30pm
v Bangladesh at Lord’s, London, Friday 5 July, 7.30pm
Pros: Pakistan returns to the scene of its greatest recent triumph, a stunning Champions Trophy victory in England two years ago. Many members of that squad remain. Despite losing recent ODIs to England, they reached 350 multiple times and have an in-form top order.
Cons: Losing streaks are never good heading into a major tournament. Tasting defeat in each of their last 10 ODIs has Pakistan in the back foot at a time they need to be peaking and they remain largely confused as to their best XI.
Verdict: The aggression of captain Sarfraz Ahmed, the return of the spicy Wahab Riaz and form of young batting stars Imam-ul-Haq and Babar Azam should give them a hope. But they look, on paper at least, to lack the top world class players to be a genuine winning force.
ICC ODI World Ranking: 3
Squad: Faf du Plessis (capt), Hashim Amla, Quinton de Kock (wk), JP Duminy, Aiden Markram, David Miller, Chris Morris, Lungi Ngidi, Andile Phehlukwayo, Dwaine Pretorius, Kagiso Rabada, Tabraiz Shamsi, Dale Steyn, Imran Tahir, Rassie van der Dussen.
v England at The Oval, London, Thursday 30 May, 7.30pm on GEM & 9NOW
v Bangladesh at The Oval, London, Sunday 2 June, 7.30pm
v India at The Ageas Bowl, Southampton, Wednesday 5 June, 7.30pm
v West Indies at The Ageas Bowl, Southampton, Monday 10 June 7.30pm
v Afghanistan at Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff, Saturday 15 June, 10.30pm
v New Zealand at Edgbaston, Birmingham, Wednesday 19 June, 7.30pm on GEM & 9NOW
v Pakistan at Lord’s, London, Sunday 23 June, 7.30pm
v Sri Lanka at Emirates Riverside, Chester-Le-Street, Friday 28 June, 7.30pm
v Australia at Old Trafford, Manchester, Saturday 6 July, 10.30pm
Pros: South Africa possesses arguably the most feared pace attack in the competition, headed by Kagiso Rabada, Lungi Ngidi and the veteran Dale Steyn. With wrist spinners Imran Tahir and Tabraisz Shamsi plus three all-rounders as well, the Proteas have a raft of bowling options.
Cons: There’s an element of vulnerability to South Africa’s batting beyond the big three of Faf Du Plessis, Quinton De Kock and Faf Du Plessis. And while ‘choking’ isn’t a genetic condition, South Africa’s players are carrying the weight of past failures in the knockout stage with them.
Verdict: This is a good South Africa side, but not a great one. It just doesn’t have that feel of tournament winners to it. They leant heavily on AB de Villiers in 2015 and arguably nobody has emerged in his place. They look like duking it out with NZ and Pakistan for the fourth Semi spot.
ICC ODI World Ranking: 9
Squad: Dimuth Karunaratne (capt), Avishka Fernando, Suranga Lakmal, Lasith Malinga, Angelo Mathews, Jeevan Mendis, Kusal Mendis (wk), Kusal Perera (wk), Thisara Perera, Nuwan Pradeep, Dhananjaya de Silva, Milinda Siriwardana, Lahiru Thirimanne, Isuru Udana, Jeffrey Vandersay.
v New Zealand at Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff, Saturday 1 June, 7.30pm
v Afghanistan at Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff, Tuesday 4 June, 7.30pm
v Pakistan at Bristol County Ground, Bristol, Friday 7 June, 7.30pm
v Bangladesh at Bristol County Ground, Bristol, Tuesday 11 June, 7.30pm
v Australia at The Oval, London, Saturday 15 June, 7.30pm
v England at Headingley, Leeds, Friday 21 June, 7.30pm
v South Africa at Emirates Riverside, Chester-Le-Street, Friday 28 June, 7.30pm
v West Indies at Emirates Riverside, Chester-Le-Street, Monday 1 July, 7.30pm
v India at Headingley, Leeds, Saturday 6 July, 7.30pm
Pros: Lasith Malinga. The Sri Lankan great is the only active player in world cricket with over 300 ODI wickets and recently played a key role in Mumbai Indians’ IPL victory. Relieved of the captaincy, it is hoped Malinga can spark a turnaround in fortunes for his country with the ball.
Cons: New captain Dimuth Karunaratne hadn’t played ODI cricket in four years when he was recalled to take the reins for this World Cup. It tells you much about the state of Sri Lankan cricket and the mammoth task ahead over the next seven weeks.
Verdict: Pessimism abounds among those passionate about Sri Lankan cricket. For a nation with a proud World Cup history, it will hurt to see their cricket in such a state. A second World Cup appears unlikely, but stranger things have happened.
ICC ODI World Ranking: 8
Squad: Jason Holder (capt), Fabian Allen, Carlos Brathwaite, Darren Bravo, Sheldon Cottrell, Shannon Gabriel, Chris Gayle, Shimron Hetmyer, Shai Hope (wk), Evin Lewis, Ashley Nurse, Nicholas Pooran, Kemar Roach, Andre Russell, Oshane Thomas.
v Pakistan at Trent Bridge, Nottingham, Friday 31 May, 7.30pm
v Australia at Trent Bridge, Nottingham, Thursday 6 June, 7.30pm
v South Africa at The Ageas Bowl, Southampton, Monday 10 June 7.30pm
v England at The Ageas Bowl, Southampton, Friday 14 June, 7.30pm
v Bangladesh at The County Ground, Taunton, Monday 17 June, 7.30pm
v New Zealand at Old Trafford, Manchester, Saturday 22 June, 10.30pm
v India at Old Trafford, Manchester, Thursday 27 June, 7.30pm
v Sri Lanka at Emirates Riverside, Chester-Le-Street, Monday 1 July, 7.30pm
v Afghanistan at Headingley, Leeds, Thursday 4 July, 7.30pm
Pros: Star power. Chris Gayle is back again for what is surely his last World Cup, but he is still finding ways to obliterate attacks the world over. So too is Andre Russell, who smoked 510 runs at a strike rate of 204.81 in the IPL. He can bowl a bit, too.
Cons: The Windies have lost a whopping 42 ODIs since the last World Cup and have not won a single 50-over series in that time. The regular absence of star players is a contributing factor, but can’t be used as an all-encompassing excuse.
Verdict: There’s an excitement factor about the Windies, but then we are reminded that it took a long qualifying tournament for them to even make it to England. They have the ability to spring a surprise on their day, but it is hard to give them a realistic top four chance on form.
Pictures: Cricket World Cup 2019 player portraits
Faf du Plessis (South Africa)
Hashim Amla (South Africa)
Quinton de Kock (South Africa)
Jean-Paul Duminy (South Africa)
Imran Tahir (South Africa)
Aiden Markram (South Africa)
David Miller (South Africa)
Chris Morris (South Africa)
Lungi Ngidi (South Africa)
Andile Phehlukwayo (South Africa)
Dwaine Pretorius (South Africa)
Kagiso Rabada (South Africa)
Tabraiz Shamsi (South Africa)
Dale Steyn (South Africa)
Rassie van der Dussen (South Africa)
Aaron Finch (Australia)
Jason Behrendorff (Australia)
Alex Carey (Australia)
Nathan Coulter-Nile (Australia)
Pat Cummins (Australia)
Usman Khawaja (Australia)
Nathan Lyon (Australia)
Shaun Marsh (Australia)
Glenn Maxwell (Australia)
Kane Richardson (Australia)
Steven Smith (Australia)
Mitchell Starc (Australia)
Marcus Stoinis (Australia)
David Warner (Australia)
Adam Zampa (Australia)
Eoin Morgan (England)
Moeen Ali (England)
Jofra Archer (England)
Jonny Bairstow (England)
Jos Buttler (England)
Tom Curran (England)
Liam Dawson (England)
Liam Plunkett (England)
Adil Rashid (England)
Joe Root (England)
Jason Roy (England)
Ben Stokes (England)
James Vince (England)
Chris Woakes (England)
Mark Wood (England)
Virat Kohli (India)
Rohit Sharma (India)
Jasprit Bumrah (India)
Yuzvendra Chahal (India)
Shikhar Dhawan (India)
MS Dhoni (India)
Ravindra Jadeja (India)
Kedar Jadhav (India)
Dinesh Karthik (India)
Kuldeep Yadav (India)
Bhuvneshwar Kumar (India)
Mohammed Shami (India)
Hardik Pandya (India)
KL Rahul (India)
Vijay Shankar (India)
Kane Williamson (New Zealand)
Tom Blundell (New Zealand)
Trent Boult (New Zealand)
Colin de Grandhomme (New Zealand)
Lockie Ferguson (New Zealand)
Martin Guptill (New Zealand)
Matt Henry (New Zealand)
Tom Latham (New Zealand)
Colin Munro (New Zealand)
James Neesham (New Zealand)
Henry Nicholls (New Zealand)
Mitchell Santner (New Zealand)
Ish Sodhi (New Zealand)
Tim Southee (New Zealand)
Ross Taylor (New Zealand)
Mashrafe Mortaza (Bangladesh)
Abu Jayed (Bangladesh)
Liton Das (Bangladesh)
Mehidy Hasan (Bangladesh)
Mohammad Mithun (Bangladesh)
Mohammad Saifuddin (Bangladesh)
Mosaddek Hossain (Bangladesh)
Mushfiqur Rahim (Bangladesh)
Mustafizur Rahman (Bangladesh)
Rubel Hossain (Bangladesh)
Sabbir Rahman (Bangladesh)
Shakib Al Hasan (Bangladesh)
Soumya Sarkar (Bangladesh)
Tamim Iqbal (Bangladesh)
Sarfaraz Ahmed (Pakistan)
Babar Azam (Pakistan)
Fakhar Zaman (Pakistan)
Haris Sohail (Pakistan)
Hasan Ali (Pakistan)
Imad Wasim (Pakistan)
Mohammad Amir (Pakistan)
Mohammad Hafeez (Pakistan)
Mohammad Hasnain (Pakistan)
Shadab Khan (Pakistan)
Shaheen Afridi (Pakistan)
Shoaib Malik (Pakistan)
Wahab Riaz (Pakistan)
Jason Holder (West Indies)
Fabian Allen (West Indies)
Carlos Brathwaite (West Indies)
Darren Bravo (West Indies)
Sheldon Cottrell (West Indies)
Shannon Gabriel (West Indies)
Chris Gayle (West Indies)
Shimron Hetmyer (West Indies)
Shai Hope (West Indies)
Evin Lewis (West Indies)
Ashley Nurse (West Indies)
Nicholas Pooran (West Indies)
Kemar Roach (West Indies)
Andre Russell (West Indies)
Oshane Thomas (West Indies)
Dimuth Karunaratne (Sri Lanka)
Dhananjaya de Silva (Sri Lanka)
Nuwan Pradeep (Sri Lanka)
Avishka Fernando (Sri Lanka)
Suranga Lakmal (Sri Lanka)
Lasith Malinga (Sri Lanka)
Angelo Mathews (Sri Lanka)
Kusal Mendis (Sri Lanka)
Jeevan Mendis (Sri Lanka)
Kusal Perera (Sri Lanka)
Thisara Perera (Sri Lanka)
Milinda Siriwardana (Sri Lanka)
Lahiru Thirimanne (Sri Lanka)
Isuru Udana (Sri Lanka)
Jeffrey Vandersay (Sri Lanka)
Gulbadin Naib (Afghanistan)
Aftab Alam (Afghanistan)
Asghar Afghan (Afghanistan)
Dawlat Zadran (Afghanistan)
Hamid Hassan (Afghanistan)
Hashmatullah Shahidi (Afghanistan)
Mohammad Nabi (Afghanistan)
Mohammad Shahzad (Afghanistan)
Mujeeb Ur Rahman (Afghanistan)
Najibullah Zadran (Afghanistan)
Noor Ali Zadran (Afghanistan)
Rahmat Shah (Afghanistan)
Rashid Khan (Afghanistan)
Samiullah Shinwari (Afghanistan)
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