Australia – Bangladesh ICC World Cup 2019 Team :

Australia – Bangladesh ICC World Cup 2019 Team :

Australia and Bangladesh has announced their team for the upcoming ICC World Cup 2019.

Steve Smith and David Warner have returned to Australia’s one-day international squad.

Cricket World Cup Australia squad: 

Aaron Finch (capt)

David Warner

Usman Khawaja

Steve Smith

Shaun Marsh

Alex Carey

Marcus Stoinis

Glenn Maxwell

Mitchell Starc

Jhye Richardson

Pat Cummins

Jason Behrendorff

Nathan Coulter-Nile

Adam Zampa

Nathan Lyon

Bangladesh :

Bangladesh has announced the team. Bangladesh have named uncapped right-arm pacer Abu Jayed in their 15-man squad for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019.

Cricket world cup Bangladesh squad :

Mashrafe Mortaza (c)

Tamim Iqbal

Liton Das

Soumya Sarkar

Mushfiqur Rahim (wk)

Mahmudullah

Shakib Al Hasan (vc)

Mohammad Mithun

Sabbir Rahaman

Mosaddek Hossain

Mohammad Saifuddin

Mehidy Hasan Miraz

Rubel Hossain

 Mustafizur Rahman

 Abu Jayed

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 –  Indian Cricket squad

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 – Indian Cricket squad

 

ICC Cricket world cup 2019 is fast approaching.  India Cricket squad for World cup cricket has been announced.  The MSK Prasad led selection committee has named the 15 member squad to represent the country in ICC World cup cricket 2019.

Teams Qualified for the ICC cricket World-Cup 2019:

  • Australia.
  • South Africa.
  • India.
  • New Zealand.
  • Sri Lanka.
  • Bangladesh.
  • Pakistan.
  • England

The group stage format is a round-robin, where all ten teams play each other once, in a single group. This means a total of 45 matches will be played, with each team playing a total of nine matches. The top four teams from the group will progress to the knockout stage.

Indian Cricket  Squad  – ICC world cup 2019 :

Highlights :

Dinesh Karthink has been chosen over Rishabh Pant.

Rohit Sharma is the vice-captain of the team.

The Selection Committee has retained 7 players from the 2015 World Cup squad.  7 players will be making their debut appearance at Cricket’s biggest event.

The Indian cricket Squad – ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 :

Virat Kohli – Captain

Rohit Sharma – Vice-Captain

Shikhar Dhawan

M.S.Dhoni (Wicket-keeper)

Dinesh Karthink (Wicket-keeper)

Kedar Jadhav

Hardik Pandya

Ravindra Jadeja

Kuldeep Yadav

Yuzuvendra Chahal

Jasprit Bumrah

Bhuvaneshwar Kumar

K.L.Rahul

Vijay Shankar

Mohammed Shami

Player Profiles – ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 – Indian cricket squad :

Virat Kohli :

Virat Kohli will lead the Indian team in the ICC world Cup 2019.  Presently he is the No. 1 ODI batsman.

He is a top order Batsman who is 30 years old.

Matches : 228

Runs – 10843

Highest score – 183

Average – 59.57

Strike Rate – 95.96

50s/100s – 49/41

Previous World Cup appearances  – 2011 and 2015.

He has scores 100 not out against Bangladesh in 2011 world cup and 107 vs. Pakistan in 2015 at Adelaide.

Rohit Sharma :

Rohit Sharma is an opening batsman who is 31 years old.  He is the most destructive batsmen of the modern era.  He will be Dhawan’s opening partner in the World cup.  He amassed 330 runs in 8 matches which included one century and a couple of half centuries at an average of over 47.

Matches : 206

Runs – 8010

Highest score – 264

Average – 47.39

Strike Rate – 87.95

50s/100s – 41/22

Previous World Cup appearance : 2015

Shikhar Dhawan :

He is a left hand opener who is 33 years old.  This will be his second appearance  in World cup.  in the previous World Cup he scored 412 runs in 8 matches at an average of 51.50.

Matches : 128

Runs – 5355

Highest score – 143

Average – 44.62

Strike Rate – 93.79

50s/100s – 27/16

Previous World Cup appearance : 2015

M.S.Dhoni :

He is the Wicket keeper batsman of the Indian team who is 37 years old.  He is the senior most member of the Indian Squad.

A match winning knock of 91 not out in the 2011 World cup final is an evergreen memory in the minds of cricket lovers in the country.  His world cup performance includes 507 runs in 20 matches (17 innings) at an average of over 42.

Matches : 341

Runs – 10500

Highest score – 183*

Average – 50.72

Strike Rate – 87.55

50s/100s – 71/10

Dismissals – 434

Catches and stumpings 341/120

Previous World Cup appearance : 2007,2011 and 2015

Dinesh Karthik :

He is a wicket keeper batsman who is 33 years old.

His memorable performance was during the 2018 Nidahas trophy final against Bangladesh (T20I Competition) when he scored an unbeaten 29 off just 8 balls which included a last ball six. He is a capable finisher in the Indian team.  His record in 2018 includes 167 runs at an average of 41.75.

Matches : 91

Runs – 1738

Highest score – 79

Average – 31.03

Strike Rate – 73.70

50s/100s – 9/0

Dismissals – 68

Catches and stumpings 61/7

Previous World Cup appearance : 2007

Kedar Jadhav :

He is a batting all rounder who is 34 years old.

He is a middle order batsman and an uncanny wicket taker.  He is a spinner who can chip in with wickets at crucial junctures.  He is a formidable player because of his ability to pace his innings according to the match situation.  This World Cup is his first.

Matches : 59

Runs – 1174

Highest score – 120

Average – 43.48

Strike Rate – 102.53

50s/100s – 5/2

Wickets – 27

Best bowling figures – 3/23

Economy 5.15

Previous World Cup appearance : None

Hardik Pandya :

He is an all rounder who is 25 years old.  So far he has made a huge image in Indian cricket.

His memorable performance was 76 runs strike against Pakistan in 2017ICC Champions Trophy final.  He is one of the cleanest strikers in the Indian Team. Hardik is considered at a reliable bowler who can trouble any batsman.

Matches : 45

Runs – 731

Highest score – 83

Average – 29.24

Strike Rate – 116.58

50s/100s – 4/0

Wickets – 44

Best bowling figures – 3/31

Economy 5.53

Previous World Cup appearance : None

Ravindra Jadeja :

He is an all rounder who is 30 years old.

Jadeja came back during India’s successful run in the 2018 Asia cup.  In Asia cup this left arm spinner claimed 7 wickets in 4 matches.  He is one of the best fielders in the Indian team.  He is a spinning all rounder.

Matches : 151

Runs – 2035

Highest score – 87

Average – 29.92

Strike Rate – 84.23

50s/100s – 10/0

Wickets – 174

Best bowling figures – 5/36

Economy 4.88

Previous World Cup appearance : 2015

Kuldeep Yadav :

He is a spinner who is 24 years old.

Kuldeep is one of India’s wrist spinner.  Some of the batman find him virtually unplayable.  His ability of wicket taking especially outside India is remarkable (36 wickets in 15 matches in SENA countries).  His bowling approach is street smart.  Kuldeep dominates opposition batsmen.

Matches : 44

Wickets – 87

Best bowling figure – 6/25

Average – 21.74

Economy – 4.93

5 wicket hauls – 1

Previous World Cup appearance : None

Yuzuvendra Chahal :

He is a leg spinner who is 28 years old.

He is not afraid of getting hit for a 6 and will not hesitate to toss the ball up to the batsman.  Chahal is an ace spinner in the cricket world.  He is termed as a courageous bowler.  He along with Kuldeep Yadav is making up the world’s most lethal spin bowling combination.  His economy rate is 4.89.  His career best bowling figure is 6-42 in Melbourne against Australia to go with two 5 wicket hauls in 42 matches.

Matches : 41

Wickets – 72

Best bowling figure – 6/42

Average – 24.61

Economy – 4.89

5 wicket hauls – 2

Previous World Cup appearance : None

Jasprit Bumrah :

He is a pacer who is 25 years.  Presently he is the world No.1 ODI bowler.  He shoulder a huge responsibility and India’s success is heavily depends on his performance.

His debut was in 2016 in Australia.  He has a spped of over 145 km/hr.  Bumrah is one of he world’s feared bowlers.  His economy rate is 4.51.

Matches : 49

Wickets – 85

Best bowling figure – 5/27

Average – 22.15

Economy – 4.51

5 wicket hauls – 1

Previous World Cup appearance : None

Bhuvaneshwar Kumar :

He is a pacer who is 29 years old. 

He is good with a new ball.  Bhuvaneshwar has the ability to chip in with wickets in the power play overs.  He is one of a kind who can swing the ball both ways with accuracy.

Matches : 105

Wickets – 118

Best bowling figure – 5/42

Average – 35.66

Economy – 5.01

5 wicket hauls – 1

Previous World Cup appearance : 2015

K.L.Rahul :

He is a top order batsman who is 26 years old.  Rahul has a terrific hand-eye coordination.  Rahul has the audacity to decimate any bowling attack.  He has been part of 14 ODI matches so far. This World cup will be his first.

Matches : 14

Runs – 343

Highest score – 100*

Average – 34.30

Strike Rate – 80.89

50s/100s – 2/1

Previous World Cup appearance : None

Vijay Shankar :

He is a batting all rounder who is 28 years old.  His debut was in 2018 Nidahas Trophy T20I tournament.  Shankar has played only 9 matches.  He is a mature player.  Shankar is  a reliable batsman in the middle.  He is a perfect fit in the Indian line up as the 2nd fast  bowling all rounder after Hardik Pandya.

Matches : 9

Runs – 165

Highest score – 46

Average – 33

Strike Rate – 96.49

50s/100s – 0/0

Wickets – 2

Bowling figures – 2/15

Economy – 5.61

Previous World Cup appearance : None

Mohammed Shami :

He is a pacer who is 28 years old.  Shami is a medium pacer with a vengeance.  He displays a breath taking display of old and new ball bowling.   He has played 11 ODI matches so far.   ShamiI’s 19 wickets – that include wickets in ODI series in Australia, New Zealand and India. He is a vital cog in the Indian pace department.  In the previous World Cup 2015, he bagged 17 wickets in 7 matches at a strike rate of 21.5.

Matches : 63

Wickets – 113

Best bowling figure – 4/35

Average – 26.11

Economy – 5.48

5 wicket hauls – 0

Previous World Cup appearance : 2015

England team for ICC World Cup Cricket 2019 :

Srilanka Team for ICC World Cup Cricket 2019 : 

South Africa team for ICC World Cup Cricket 2019 :

Afghanistan team for ICC World Cup 2019 : 

Bangladesh Team for ICC World Cup Cricket 2019 :

Australia Team for ICC World Cup cricket 2019 : 

West Indies Team for ICC World Cup Cricket 2019 :

Pakistan team for the ICC World Cup Cricket 2019 :

New Zealand Team for the ICC World Cup Cricket 2019 :

ICC world cup 2019 schedule :

30 May 2019     England v/s South Africa  –  The Oval, London

31 May 2019   Pakistan v/s West Indies  –  Trent Bridge, Nottingham

1 June 2019      New Zealandv/s West Sri Lanka – Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

1 June 2019      Australia v/s Afghanistan – County Ground, Bristol

3 June 2019      England v/s Pakistan – Trent Bridge, Nottingham

4 June 2019      Afghanistan v/s Sri Lanka – Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

5 June 2019      India v/s South Africa – Rose Bowl, Southampton

5 June 2019      Bangladesh v/s New Zealand – The Oval, London

6 June 2019      Australia v/s West Indies – Trent Bridge, Nottingham

7 June 2019      Pakistan v/s Sri Lanka – County Ground, Bristol

10 June 2019      South Africa v/s West Indies – Rose Bowl, Southampton

11 June 2019      Bangladesh v/s Sri Lanka – County Ground, Bristol

12 June 2019    Australia v/s Pakistan – County Ground, Taunton

13 June 2019    India v/s New Zealand – Trent Bridge, Nottingham

14 June 2019    England v/s West Indies – Rose Bowl, Southampton

15 June 2019    Australia v/s Sri Lanka – The Oval, London

15 June 2019    Afghanistan v/s South Africa – Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

16 June 2019   India v/s Pakistan – Old Trafford, Manchester

17 June 2019   Bangladesh v/s West Indies – County Ground, Taunton

18 June 2019   England v/s Afghanistan – Old Trafford, Manchester

19 June 2019   New Zealand v/s South Africa – Edgbaston, Birmingham

20 June 2019   Australia v/s Bangladesh – Trent Bridge, Nottingham

21 June 2019   England v/s Sri Lanka – Headingley, Leeds

22 June 2019   Afghanistan v/s India – Rose Bowl, Southampton

22 June 2019   New Zealand v/s West Indies – Old Trafford, Manchester

23 June 2019   Pakistan v/s South Africa – Lord’s, London

24 June 2019   Afghanistan v/s Bangladesh – Rose Bowl, Southampton

25 June 2019   England v/s Australia – Lord’s, London

26 June 2019   New Zealand v/s Pakistan – Edgbaston, Birmingham

27 June 2019   India v/s West Indies – Old Trafford, Manchester

28 June 2019   South Africa v/s Sri Lanka – Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street

29 June 2019   Afghanistan v/s Pakistan – Headingley, Leeds

29 June 2019   Australia v/s New Zealand – Lord’s, London

30 June 2019   England v/s India – Edgbaston, Birmingham

1 July 2019      Sri Lanka v/s West Indies – Riverside Ground, Chester-le- Street

2 July 2019      Bangladesh v/s India  – Edgbaston, Birmingham

3 July 2019      England v/s New Zealand – Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street

4 July 2019      Afghanistan v/s West Indies – Headingley, Leeds

5 July 2019      Bangladesh v/s Pakistan – Lord’s, London

6 July 2019      India v/s Sri Lanka  – Headingley, Leeds

6 July 2019      Australia v/s South Africa – Old Trafford, Manchester