Who is going to win the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019?

The big question! The excitement is building up with each match and we can’t help but wonder which out all these amazing teams, is going to take home the trophy.

We are done with 38 out of 48 ODIs already. The top
rankers at present are –

  1. Australia – 14 points
  2. India – 11 points 
  3. New Zealand -11 points
  4. England – 10 points

Australia has won 7 matches so far. India, New
Zealand and England have won 5 matches each. 

With each of these teams giving a smashing
performance, it is very hard to predict who will win the ICC Cricket World Cup
2019. Each team has its share of excellent batsmen, bowlers, fielders and
wicket-keepers. The following are the members in each team –

AUSTRALIA

Aaron Finch – right-handed batsman, left-arm orthodox bowler

Alex Carey – Wicket-keeper, left-handed batsman

Pat Cummins
right-handed batsman, right-arm fast bowler

Jason Behrendorff
right-handed batsman, left-arm, fast-medium fast bowler

Nathan Coulter-Nile
– Right-arm fast bowler, right-handed batsman

Usman Khawaja
Left-handed batsman, right-arm off spinner

Nathan Lyon
Right-arm off-spinner, right-handed batsman

Shaun Marsh
Left-handed batsman, left-arm orthodox bowler

Glenn Maxwell
Right-handed batsman, right-arm off-spinner

Kane Richardson
right-arm fast-medium bowler, right-handed batsman

Steve Smith
right-handed batsman, right-arm leg spinner

Mitchell Starc
Left-arm fast bowler, left-handed batsman

Marcus Stoinis
right-handed batsman, right-arm medium bowler

David Warner
Left-handed batsman, right-arm leg spinner

Adam Zampa
right-arm leg spinner, right-handed batsman

INDIA 

Virat Kohli (capt) – right-handed
batsman, right-arm medium bowler

Jasprit Bumrah – right-arm
fast-medium bowler, right-handed batsman

Yuzvendra Chahal – right-arm
leg spinner, right-handed batsman

Shikhar Dhawan – Left-handed
batsman, right-arm off spinner

MS Dhoni (wk) –  right-handed
batsman, right-arm medium bowler

Ravindra Jadeja – Left-handed
batsman, left-arm orthodox bowler

Kedar Jadhav – Right-handed
batsman, right-arm off-spinner

Dinesh Karthik (wk) – right-handed
batsman

Bhuvneshwar Kumar – right-arm
fast-medium bowler, right-handed batsman

Hardik Pandya – right-handed
batsman, right-arm medium-fast bowler

KL Rahul – right-handed
batsman

Mohammed Shami – right-arm
fast-medium bowler, right-handed batsman

Vijay Shankar – right-handed
batsman, right-arm medium bowler

Rohit Sharma – Right-handed
batsman, right-arm off-spinner

Kuldeep Yadav – Left-arm
wrist spinner, left-handed batsman

NEW ZEALAND

Kane Williamson (capt) – Right-handed
batsman, right-arm off-spinner

Tom Blundell (wk) – Right-handed
batsman, right-arm off-spinner

Trent Boult – Left-arm
fast-medium bowler, left-handed batsman

Colin de Grandhomme – right-handed
batsman, right-arm medium-fast bowler

Lockie Ferguson – Right-arm
fast bowler, right-handed batsman

Martin Guptill – Right-handed
batsman, right-arm off-spinner

Matt Henry – right-arm
fast-medium bowler, right-handed batsman

Tom Latham (wk) – right-arm
medium bowler, left-handed batsman

Colin Munro –
left-handed batsman, right-arm medium bowler

Jimmy Neesham – left-handed
batsman, right-arm medium bowler

Henry Nicholls –  left-handed
batsman, right-arm off-spinner

Mitchell Santner – left-handed
batsman, left-arm orthodox bowler

Ish Sodhi – right-arm
leg spinner, right-handed batsman

Tim Southee – right-arm
fast-medium bowler, right-handed batsman

Ross Taylor – Right-handed
batsman, right-arm off break bowler 

ENGLAND 

Eoin Morgan (capt) – left-handed
batsman, right-arm medium bowler

Moeen Ali – left-handed
batsman, right-arm off-spinner

Jofra Archer – Right-arm
fast bowler, right-handed batsman

Jonny Bairstow (wk) – right-handed
batsman

Jos Buttler (wk) – right-handed
batsman

Tom Curran – right-arm
fast-medium bowler, right-handed batsman

Liam Dawson – Right-arm
fast bowler, right-handed batsman

Liam Plunkett – Right-arm
fast bowler, right-handed batsman

Adil Rashid – right-arm
leg spinner, right-handed batsman

Joe Root – right-handed
batsman, right-arm spinner

Jason Roy – right-handed
batsman

Ben Stokes –
left-handed batsman, right-arm fast-medium bowler

James Vince –  right-handed
batsman, right-arm medium bowler

Chris Woakes – right-handed
batsman, right-arm fast-medium bowler

Mark Wood –  Right-arm
fast bowler, right-handed batsman

There
are still quite a few matches to before the semi-finals and finals. We can only
cheer for our favourite team and hope for it to win!

vks

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