Who Will Be There in India Cricket Team for World Cup 2019?
Cricket World Cup 2019 is going to be extremely thrilling for India Cricket Team and with the Great Players like Virat Kohli, Mahendra Sigh Dhoni, Rohit Sharma, Jaspreet Bumrah, Bhuvnehvar Kumat, Kuldeep Yadav and many more other players who are in full form, India Cricket Team leads a way to win the Cricket World Cup 2019 and bring the WorldCup trophy home.
Although the teams are not decided yet for the world cup with the outstanding performance of every player who has given a chance the competition and risen and there exists great suspense on who is going to be the part of playing 11 for India Cricket Team.
Let us Discuss the Possible Team of cricket world cup 2019.
15 Most Probable Players List Of Indian Cricket Team For ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.
1) Virat Kholi
Undoubtedly the Best Batsman in limited overs in the modern era! Even as a captain, he has proved himself over the year. He has been freakishly consistent when it comes to ODIs!
He is the most dependable player of India Cricket Team and the most dominating player in the world in today’s era. He will be breaking a lot of records in this cricket world cup 2019.
His records while chasing are unbeatable and he can be the game changer for the team.
Kohli has dealt with swing bowling well, which is late and difficult to pick, but still less abrupt than seam bowling, which is almost unnatural and catches you off-guard
2) Rohit Sharma
Talent – an apparently heartening term that has followed Rohit Sharma around like a shadow; even haunted him at times. It seems to be a burden that the cricketing fraternity has enforced upon him and, after more than a decade in the national setting, he has been weighed down by the label.
None ever doubted his skills since his debut, but Post Jan 2013, he has reached a completely different class! His lazy elegance has been the best thing for India Cricket Team especially in the ODIs!
We all hope that the topmost performance of Rohit Sharma will be seen in the cricket world cup 2019 that is going to take in May 2019.
Eerily enough, Rohit has once again been picked for the Test series in South Africa based on his performances at home.
3) Shikhar Dhawan
Oh well- who is unfamiliar with the Shikhar-ICC tournaments Romance! He has been India Cricket Team Go-to man in recent ICC tournaments. He’ll surely enter the WC as India’s prime Opener.
Shikhar Dhawan shot to fame after an unprecedented run in the 2004 U-19 World Cup, where he scored 505 runs garnished with 3 hundred. However, it took him a long while to make it to the India Cricket Team due to a large amount of competition at the time.
Dhawan has the gift of picking the line of the ball early and the length of the ball, allowing him ample time to get into position for any shot that he wishes to play.
4.) MS Dhoni (WK)
Well, a world cup without Thala- Merely Impossible! He has been the backbone of India Cricket Team for past 10 years and when he started to fail, he took the responsibility and handed over the captainship to Virat! For the past year, He has constantly shut the critics when it comes to batting in ODIs! Well, a victorious World Cup Farewell is what the whole country would pray for!
‘Dhoniiiii finishes off in style. A magnificent strike into the crowd. India Cricket Team lifts the World Cup after 28 years. The party’s started in the dressing room. And it’s an Indian Cricket Team captain, who’s been absolutely magnificent, in the night of the final.’
Any cricket fan worth his salt just read this in Ravi Shastri’s most dramatic voice, as Mahendra Singh Dhoni enchanted the Wankhede on the night of 2nd April 2011. All the India Cricket Team is Expecting from the M.S.Dhoni to repeat the same performance in Cricket World Cup 2019 which he did in Worldcup 2011.
5) Kedar Jadhav
This guy is a finisher in making! And his off-spins becomes unplayable on occasions.
Kedar Jadhav’s cricketing career bears resemblance to those films where the first half and second half no real connection to each other. Having started out as a promising batsman who was immensely aggressive with a solid technique to boot.
Jadhav inevitably debuted in the shorter formats for India Cricket Team although it was in 2016 during the home season that he started consistently proving his mettle. The brilliant century against England Cricket Team in early 2017 when he launched a stunning counterattack showed the world what he was capable
Cricket world cup 2019 might be the lifetime opportunity for Kedar Jadhav to prove his ability to handle the pressure and take the responsibility of the game on his shoulders under difficult situations.
6) Hardik PANDYA
A wiry young lad from a small town in Gujarat, Hardik Pandya, with his tattoos and peroxide highlights, encapsulates the charisma and swagger of the modern-day Indian Cricket Team Players. The all-rounder was propelled into the big stage after constant exposure to prime-time television in the form of the Indian Premier League.
Despite being predominantly noted for his explosive batting, Pandya is no slouch with the ball. In fact, it was his all-around skills which caught the attention of the T20 franchises during the Syed Mushtaq Ali tournament culminating a national contract.
He is a cure to India Cricket Team most major issue- Fast Bowling All-rounder! His batting is fantastically attacking and bowling too becomes handy in English Conditions!
He will be the crucial part of cricket world cup 2019 as an all-rounder but his inclusion in the team will all depend on the situation, pitch and the rival that India Cricket Team will play against. Hardik Pandya might not be affected against every team but if he is given a chance as per his strength then he can be a major contributor of this world cup tournament.
7). Bhuvneshwar KUMAR.
It was a kind of headline that catches India Cricket Team eyes. First, there was a mention of the word Tendulkar. ‘Teenage prodigy knocks over Tendulkar for a duck’. There was a whisper of a 19-year-old, who had worked out Sachin Tendulkar in the domestic circuit and bowled him out for his first ever duck in domestic first-class cricket.
He continued to be a regular member of the side for the limited-overs format and toured South Africa and New Zealand without much success as he started to lose his craft in his quest to find the pace.
and New Zealand Cricket Team without much success as he started to lose his craft in his quest to find the pace.
No need to describe the effect this guy can cause in English Conditions! Best with the new ball; better in death; and even handy with the bat!
8.) Jasprit Bumrah
In an India Cricket Team desperately searching for a death overs’ bowler, Jasprit Bumrah came to the fore through the Indian premier league, as a boon for cricket in the country.
Having been a consistent performer in the domestic circuit, Bumrah has been a menace to the batsmen at the Ranji level since his debut. His quick-arm action has made his variations almost indiscernible – starting from his slower deliveries to his reverse-swinging yorkers at the death.
Undoubtedly the best death bowler right now for India Cricket Team. I mean who concedes at run a bowl in death?! Just Amazing!
9). Yuzvendra Chahal
Born in Haryana, Yuzvendra Chahal is a fine right-arm leg-spinner of India Cricket Team, who made his first-class debut at the age of 19 in an away game against Madhya Pradesh at Indore.For the first time in his IPL career, Chahal played all the matches in a season and was one of Virat Kohli’s go-to man in crunch situations. He started off the season very well in the UAE, but once the tournament returned to India Cricket Team, he couldn’t get many wickets. However, he was economical throughout the season. He was also a contender for the Emerging Player of the Year award but he lost out to Axar Patel in the end.
Wrist spinners are Glowing around the globe in India Cricket Team.
10) Mohammad Shami
Hailing from a remote village in Uttar Pradesh, born to a fast-bowler-turned-farmer, Mohammed Shami’s father spotted a spark in only one of his five children (all aspiring fast bowlers) and took him to a renowned coach in Moradabad, the closest city to their village.
After being snubbed from the U-19 selections due to alleged politically-corrupt selections, Shami was advised to move to Kolkata by his coach.
A fine, robust second seamer to supplement Bumrah’s opening overs, and quite capable of being a strike bowler himself
Not sure about his fitness, but a WC in England- He will surely make it!
11) Kuldeep Yadav
Kuldeep, a rare breed of chinaman bowlers in the modern day, had revived the art out of its grave along with a handful of other young chinamen. He set the 2014 Under-19 World Cup alight by becoming India’s Cricket Team leading wicket-taker in the tournament, adding the distinction of becoming the first Indian cricket Team bowler to take a hat-trick in the history of the tournament, considered to be a watershed for the Indian youth and started to attract the eye of the selectors.
Cricket World Cup 2019 will be his first world cup to be played and that too with a lot of pressure on the head as he is the A champion first choice spinner to bowl from the 10th over, and my first choice for India Cricket Team spinning lead.
12). Ravindra Jadeja
Very few careers in international cricket have transcended the boundaries of myth as that of Ravindra Jadeja, nicknamed ‘Sir’. The nickname initially trended more as a joke but the young man from Saurashtra took all the criticism and mock comments in his stride to turn the tables in spectacular fashion.
Jadeja’s rise does have a lot to do with Dhoni’s undying support but it was actually the IPL that found the Saurashtra boy – or rather the legendary Shane Warne to be precise.
he has always performed well in England; even the rate of him completing overs is fantabulous! A handy batsman – and World’s best Fielder! Surely, he’ll be the one to board that England flight!
13. Dinesh Karthik
Dinesh Karthik was one of the plethora of wicketkeepers tried out by India Cricket Team in the Ganguly era of Indian cricket before the arrival of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Nevertheless, having been in and out of the Indian team and in the limited opportunities he’s had, he has performed admirably behind the stumps as well as with the bat.
He did reasonably well in India’s unbeaten campaign, starting off with two centuries in the warm-up matches and continuing his good run in the limited opportunities he got during the tournament. The reserve keeper! He might be surprising inconsistent in International Cricket, but he is a man of talents and current form proves it! (Even a reserve middle order!)
14) Rishab Pant
At 19, Rishabh Pant has gone through all the highs and lows of a cricketing career. A promising talent from Delhi, Pant came into the reckoning after his exploits for India Cricket Team Under-19 in the 2016 World Cup.
A dashing left-handed wicket-keeper batsman, he lit up the tournament with a blitzing 24-ball 75, the fastest half-century of the tournament, against Nepal and followed it up with a century against Namibia. India Cricket Team lost the title round – but came back with several positives – nothing bigger than the emergence of Pant.
He has talent but if we see all his performance in Ind vs Eng test series in all of them he has thrown his wicket and at the crucial stage where he could have easily got a single. That’s why Karthik is in my first 11. He has repeated the same mistake again and again. But he deserves a chance in cricket world cup 2019.
15) AMBATI RAYUDU
When a 16-year old Ambati Rayudu stroked the ball fluently with incredible ease at the National Cricket Academy in 2001, there was a talk among the pundits that he would be the next big thing in India Cricket Team. However, life isn’t always rosy for the gifted as people think and Rayudu found that out the hard way, partly due to his own faults as well
Some might say that Rayudu has been unlucky in recent times, considering that he has often been in the reckoning of the selectors but hasn’t quite got the rewards that he would have liked.
Rayudu has performed good in Asia Cup and could also perform well in Cricket world cup 2019. If he could do good at 1 incoming series and IPL then he deserves a chance. But he needs to play at a strike rate of 100. R Ashwin if batsmen can read Chahal then Ashwin is a better bowler than Chahal.
He could bat someday in middle order if the score is 33/4. If India needs 3rd seamer then they could go with Yadav or Shami. Both have played a world cup and performed well in it. If Jadeja fails in coming tours (bowling) then India Cricket Team could play Ashwin and a 3rd Fast bowler.