Big Bash League Best Players of All Time

The Big Bash League (BBL) is a professional Twenty20 cricket league in Australia and one of the most popular domestic sporting competitions. Established by Cricket Australia, the BBL brings together some of the greatest players from around the world to compete for glory on Australian soil. The previous competition, KFC Twenty20 was replaced in 2011 with this exciting new format that has seen high-scoring matches captivating audiences everywhere. With an ever increasing fan base, it’s no wonder why people look forward to every season as teams battle against each other for dominance over 8 rounds before heading into finals series action.

1. Chris Lynn

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Chris Lynn Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20, Matches: 4: 18: 50: 249, Runs scored: 75: 291: 1,597: 6,980, Batting average: 18.75: 19.40: 36.29: 32.16, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 2/12: 4/46, Top score: 44: 44: 135: 113*, Balls bowled: –: –: 69: 78, Wickets: –: –: 1: 3, Bowling average: –: –: 45.00: 31.00, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: 0, Best bowling: –: –: 1/3: 2/15, Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 3/–: 24/–: 70/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20
  • Matches: 4: 18: 50: 249
  • Runs scored: 75: 291: 1,597: 6,980
  • Batting average: 18.75: 19.40: 36.29: 32.16
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 2/12: 4/46
  • Top score: 44: 44: 135: 113*
  • Balls bowled: –: –: 69: 78
  • Wickets: –: –: 1: 3
  • Bowling average: –: –: 45.00: 31.00
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: –: –: 1/3: 2/15
  • Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 3/–: 24/–: 70/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 5 January 2023

Chris Lynn is a right-handed batsman and slow left arm orthodox bowler who has represented Australia at international level since 2014. He made his ODI debut against Pakistan in 2017 and scored 217 runs, including two half centuries, before playing his last match of 2018 against South Africa.

In all he played 38 matches for Australia, scoring 1,069 runs with four half centuries and one century. Chris Lynn started his career as an opening batsman but was later moved to the middle order where he has flourished over the past few years. His success in both domestic cricket and for Australia means that he will be a key player for any team that signs him up in future seasons Chris Lynn is a T20I specialist who made his debut for Queensland in 2009/10.

He has played for several teams over the years, most notably Kolkata Knight Riders and Mumbai Indians. He was part of the Australia side that won the World T20 in 2016. In 2018 he signed with Lahore Qalandars, but ended up playing just one game before retiring from cricket later that year due to injury

2. Aaron Finch

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Aaron Finch Career

  • Australia (2011-present)

Finch is an opening batter for Australia and has made Test debut in 2018. Finch was born in Colac, Victoria on 17 November 1986. He made his international debut for Australia in 2011 and played Tests until December 2018.

Finch's batting style revolves around attacking the strike early on with a mix of drives and cutters to get himself into scoring positions as quickly as possible - something which has helped him score centuries against both England and India previously.

His bowling style is slow left-arm orthodox which he uses to take wickets at a relatively low rate, averaging 32 per Test over his career so far (although he claimed 5/77 against Pakistan in his latest outing). Finch is a left-handed batsman who has played for Victoria since 2007.

He made his ODI debut in 2013 and scored his first ODI century against Sri Lanka later that year. Finch was named the Australian Cricketer of the Year in 2015, and won the ICC World T20 title with Australia that same year. In 2019, he signed with Surrey as their new captain, replacing Adam Zampa following Australia's loss to England at the 2019 Cricket World Cup final.

Finch is married to model Jesinta Campbell and they have two children together: daughter Ava Elizabeth (born 2016) and son Ace Lennox (born 2018). Aaron Finch plays for Victoria in both Twenty20s and ODIs

3. Glenn Maxwell

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Glenn Maxwell Career

  • Australia (2012–present)

Glenn Maxwell is a right-handed all-round batsman who has played for Australia since 2012. Glenn Maxwell was born in Kew, Victoria on October 14, 1988 and made his Test debut for Australia against India in March 2013.

In 2017, he scored centuries against Bangladesh and Sri Lanka to help lead Australia to the final of the Asia Cup. He signed with Indian Premier League franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore ahead of the 2019 season after leaving Australian team Melbourne Stars at the end of 2018/19 season where he had captained them in their maiden appearance in first-class cricket's top division.[1] Glenn Maxwell is a right-hander and bats left handed.

Glenn Maxwell was born on 25 August 1992 in Melbourne, Victoria to parents Lesley and Bruce Maxwell. At the age of 16 years, 11 months and 26 days old he made his first-class debut for Victoria against Tasmania at the MCG in 2010/11 season He played 47 matches for Victorian during this period scoring 827 runs batting average of 36.80 with 3 centuries and 6 half centuries In 2011, he transferred to Delhi Daredevils where he would play until 2018 when they were relegated to the T20I league He joined Melbourne Stars in 2019 who are currently competing in Big Bash League (BBL) where he has scored 572 runs from 10 innings averaging 34.33 with 1 century and 2 fifties In November 2016, it was announced that Glenn had signed a three year contract with Rajasthan Royals as their overseas player for BBL|07 season onwards 8 , however due to an injury sustained by Alex Hales earlier on same month Glenn did not make his international debut yet but debuted later on as replacement captain during Royal Challengers Bangalore's match against Chennai Super Kings which ended up winning RCB their 4th BBL title; becoming only player (apart from Sachin Tendulkar) to win Champions Trophy - Domestic tournaments - Twenty 20s trophy twice consecutively while playing for different team(RCB 2015 & KXIP 2017)9 .He also became only Australian cricketer apart from Steve Waugh & Ricky Ponting who have won both Test Match Cricket World Cup & ODI Series titles10

4. Shaun Marsh

Melbourne Renegades

Shaun Marsh Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 38: 73: 182: 177, Runs scored: 2,265: 2,773: 12,015: 7,158, Batting average: 34.31: 40.77: 41.43: 44.45, 100s/50s: 6/10: 7/15: 32/58: 19/38, Top score: 182: 151: 214: 186, Balls bowled: –: –: 216: 36, Wickets: –: –: 2: 1, Bowling average: –: –: 77.50: 31.00, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: 0, Best bowling: –: –: 2/20: 1/14, Catches/stumpings: 23/–: 22/–: 170/–: 63/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 38: 73: 182: 177
  • Runs scored: 2,265: 2,773: 12,015: 7,158
  • Batting average: 34.31: 40.77: 41.43: 44.45
  • 100s/50s: 6/10: 7/15: 32/58: 19/38
  • Top score: 182: 151: 214: 186
  • Balls bowled: –: –: 216: 36
  • Wickets: –: –: 2: 1
  • Bowling average: –: –: 77.50: 31.00
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: –: –: 2/20: 1/14
  • Catches/stumpings: 23/–: 22/–: 170/–: 63/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 21 April 2022

Shaun Marsh is a left-handed batsman and slow left-arm orthodox bowler who has played for Australia since 2008. Shaun Marsh was born in 1983 in Narrogin, Western Australia to Geoff Marsh and Melissa Marsh.

His brother Mitchell also plays cricket for Australia. Shaun began playing cricket at an early age with his father Geoff as coach and later joined the WA State League side Mandurah Marlins as captain aged 16 before making his debut for Western Australian state team the Warriors in 2002/03 season at just 18 years of age, scoring 254 runs on debut against South Australia (a record score by any player younger than 20).

He made his international debut for Australia during the third Test match against India in December 2004 at Perth becoming only the second Australian ever to make their Test debuts after Dean Jones (Australia v England 1962) and went on to play 44 Tests including 10 One Day Internationals (ODIs) averaging 33 with a top score of 111 not out off 68 balls vs Sri Lanka during Cricket World Cup 2015 where he helped guide Australia to their fourth world title beating New Zealand 2–1 in final which included an unbeaten 71 from No 6 position that clinched victory.[3] In January 2019, it was announced that Shaun would retire from all forms of international cricket after representing his country 148 times[4].

5. Marcus Stoinis

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Marcus Stoinis Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20, Matches: 55: 51: 104: 210, Runs scored: 1,284: 803: 2,643: 4,319, Batting average: 29.55: 29.74: 31.09: 30.85, 100s/50s: 1/6: 0/2: 4/14: 1/21, Top score: 146*: 78: 146*: 147*, Balls bowled: 1,608: 428: 2,930: 1,754, Wickets: 36: 18: 74: 94, Bowling average: 44.30: 34.11: 36.83: 27.86, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 3/16: 3/34: 4/43: 4/15, Catches/stumpings: 13/–: 16/–: 31/–: 52/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20
  • Matches: 55: 51: 104: 210
  • Runs scored: 1,284: 803: 2,643: 4,319
  • Batting average: 29.55: 29.74: 31.09: 30.85
  • 100s/50s: 1/6: 0/2: 4/14: 1/21
  • Top score: 146*: 78: 146*: 147*
  • Balls bowled: 1,608: 428: 2,930: 1,754
  • Wickets: 36: 18: 74: 94
  • Bowling average: 44.30: 34.11: 36.83: 27.86
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 3/16: 3/34: 4/43: 4/15
  • Catches/stumpings: 13/–: 16/–: 31/–: 52/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 4 November 2022

Marcus Stoinis was born on August 16th, 1989 in Perth, Western Australia. Marcus played cricket for his school and club teams before making his debut for the Australian national side in 2015 against England.

Marcus has been a regular member of the Australian team since then and has featured in many important matches including the ICC World Cup Qualifiers which saw Australia qualify for their first ever world cup.

Outside of cricket, Marcus is involved with coaching young athletes and is passionate about helping others achieve their goals. He also speaks regularly to media outlets about cricketing topics Marcus Stoinis made his international debut for Australia in the T20I format against England on 31 August 2015.

He has since played 104 matches, including 54 in the T20I format, with a total of 210 runs scored and 54 wickets taken. Marcus is an all-rounder who can bat anywhere in the order and bowl right-arm off spin. He was signed by Perth Scorchers for AUD $1 million (USD 875,000) during the 2012/13 season and has been playing for Melbourne Stars since then.

In 2018 he was named captain of Delhi Daredevils following Ross Taylor's retirement from cricketing competitions Marcus will lead his team when they take on Afghanistan in their last T20I match of 2022

6. Ben McDermott

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 5: 23: 47: 34, Runs scored: 223: 269: 2,444: 1,582, Batting average: 44.60: 15.82: 32.58: 49.43, 100s/50s: 1/1: 0/1: 2/17: 5/10, Top score: 104: 53: 107*: 133, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 13/–: 33/–: 28/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 5: 23: 47: 34
  • Runs scored: 223: 269: 2,444: 1,582
  • Batting average: 44.60: 15.82: 32.58: 49.43
  • 100s/50s: 1/1: 0/1: 2/17: 5/10
  • Top score: 104: 53: 107*: 133
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 13/–: 33/–: 28/–
  • Source: ESPNCricinfo, 21 October 2022

Ben McDermott is a right-handed wicketkeeper batsman who has represented Australia since 2021. Ben made his international debut in June 2021 against the West Indies, and he played his last ODI in April 2022 against Pakistan.

In all, he has 232 caps for Australia and scored 117 runs at an average of 14.88 with one half century to his name - coming against the Zimbabwean side in February 2020. He also took 25 catches during his career which shows how important he is as a back-up keeper behind Matthew Wade and Peter Handscomb on the Australian team sheet currently.

Outside of cricket, Ben works as a sales representative for a corporate firm in Brisbane where he enjoys spending time with friends and family when not playing or practising cricket. Ben McDermott made his international debut for Tasmania in the T20I format against UAE on 22 October 2018. He has represented Australia at Under-19 level, as well as playing domestic cricket for Hobart Hurricanes and Derbyshire.

Ben is a right-handed batsman who bowls Right arm off break.

7. Matthew Wade

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Matthew Wade Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC, Matches: 36: 97: 75: 158, Runs scored: 1,613: 1,867: 1,018: 8,790, Batting average: 29.87: 26.29: 24.82: 41.46, 100s/50s: 4/5: 1/11: 0/3: 18/53, Top score: 117: 100*: 80: 152, Balls bowled: 30: –: –: 520, Wickets: 0: –: –: 8, Bowling average: –: –: –: 44.25, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: –: –: 0, Best bowling: –: –: –: 3/13, Catches/stumpings: 74/11: 108/9: 47/6: 434/21
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC
  • Matches: 36: 97: 75: 158
  • Runs scored: 1,613: 1,867: 1,018: 8,790
  • Batting average: 29.87: 26.29: 24.82: 41.46
  • 100s/50s: 4/5: 1/11: 0/3: 18/53
  • Top score: 117: 100*: 80: 152
  • Balls bowled: 30: –: –: 520
  • Wickets: 0: –: –: 8
  • Bowling average: –: –: –: 44.25
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: –: 0
  • Best bowling: –: –: –: 3/13
  • Catches/stumpings: 74/11: 108/9: 47/6: 434/21
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 15 November 2022

Wade started playing cricket at an early age and quickly developed a reputation as one of the best wicket-keepers in Australia. Wade made his international debut for Australia in 2011, and has since played 55 tests and 38 ODIs.

He is currently the Australian wicket-keeper batsman. Wade is also a very good bowler, having taken 120 test victims including 8 five-wickets hauls. In September 2017, Wade was ruled out of the remainder of the World Cup with a back injury sustained during Australia's opening match against New Zealand.

After recovering from his back injury, he returned to domestic cricket with Tasmania in March 2018, taking 6/49 against Victoria to help Tasmania reach their first Sheffield Shield final since 1987 Matthew Wade made his Test debut in 2012 against the West Indies. He has since played 27 Tests, scoring 1,947 runs at an average of 36.36 with three centuries and 10 half-centuries.

Wade is also a regular in the ODI and T20I squads, having played 116 ODIs and 44 T20Is thus far. The left-handed batsman was named captain of Tasmania for two years starting in 2016 before taking up the role with Warwickshire ahead of the 2017/18 season. Matthew Wade currently holds records for most dismissals (239) by an Australian bowler on Test debut as well as being dismissed hurt or run out (162).

Matthew Wade will be 34 years old by 2021 when he retires from all forms of cricket

8. Moises Henriques

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Moises Henriques Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC, Matches: 4: 16: 24: 114, Runs scored: 164: 117: 355: 6,105, Batting average: 23.42: 9.00: 20.88: 36.12, 100s/50s: 0/2: 0/0: 0/2: 13/25, Top score: 81*: 22: 62*: 265, Balls bowled: 330: 402: 138: 7,119, Wickets: 2: 8: 7: 119, Bowling average: 82.00: 43.38: 27.71: 31.01, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 2, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 1/48: 3/32: 3/22: 5/17, Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 6/–: 6/–: 49/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC
  • Matches: 4: 16: 24: 114
  • Runs scored: 164: 117: 355: 6,105
  • Batting average: 23.42: 9.00: 20.88: 36.12
  • 100s/50s: 0/2: 0/0: 0/2: 13/25
  • Top score: 81*: 22: 62*: 265
  • Balls bowled: 330: 402: 138: 7,119
  • Wickets: 2: 8: 7: 119
  • Bowling average: 82.00: 43.38: 27.71: 31.01
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 2
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 1/48: 3/32: 3/22: 5/17
  • Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 6/–: 6/–: 49/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 30 December 2022

Moises Henriques is a Portuguese all-rounder who represented Australia from 2009 to 2021. He made his Test debut against India in 2013 and played his last Test match against Sri Lanka in 2016.

Moises Henriques is known for his batting ability, with averages of 41.27 and 34.14 in Tests and ODIs respectively, as well as his bowling which has taken him figures of 9/135 and 5/67 in Tests and ODIs respectively.

Injuries have limited Moises Henriques' international career recently but he remains an important part of the Sydney Sixers side where he plays alongside some of the world's best cricketers such as Shane Watson, David Warner, Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins Moises Henriques made his Test debut for New South Wales against India in 2009.

He has played 78 Tests, scoring more than 2,000 runs and taking 38 wickets. In ODIs he has scored over 1,500 runs and taken 20 wickets, while in T20Is he has amassed nearly 500 runs and picked up 10 scalps. Moises Henriques is a very experienced cricketer who will be key to the success of any team he plays for in the future

9. Jonathan Wells

Western Australia cricket team

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 56: 32: 129, Runs scored: 2,365: 734: 2,842, Batting average: 23.41: 31.91: 33.04, 100s/50s: 3/8: 2/2: 0/16, Top score: 120: 121*: 73, Balls bowled: 328: 42: 13, Wickets: 1: 1: 0, Bowling average: 203.00: 36.00: –, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: n/a: 0, Best bowling: 1/28: 1/6: –, Catches/stumpings: 36/–: 10/–: 42/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 56: 32: 129
  • Runs scored: 2,365: 734: 2,842
  • Batting average: 23.41: 31.91: 33.04
  • 100s/50s: 3/8: 2/2: 0/16
  • Top score: 120: 121*: 73
  • Balls bowled: 328: 42: 13
  • Wickets: 1: 1: 0
  • Bowling average: 203.00: 36.00: –
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: n/a: 0
  • Best bowling: 1/28: 1/6: –
  • Catches/stumpings: 36/–: 10/–: 42/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 30 December 2022

Jonathan Wells is a middle-order batsman who has played for Tasmania, Western Australia and Adelaide Strikers in the Australian domestic circuit. He made his debut for Tasmania at the age of 16 and scored 97 runs from four innings that season.

Wells had an impressive 2017–2022 campaign with Adelaide Strikers, scoring 1,934 runs at an average of 43.92 and making 28 century stands across all formats of cricket. He was signed by Melbourne Renegades ahead of the 2018–19 season but sustained a shoulder injury which ruled him out for almost two months early on in the tournament.

Despite this setback he still managed to score 297 runs from 12 matches with Melbourne Renegades before being traded to Peshawar Zalmi midway through the competition due to visa issues arising from his previous involvement with Perth Scorchers in Big Bash League (BBL). After only playing three games for Peshawar Zalmi he returned home to Australia where he re-joined Adelaide Strikers on loan until the end of BBL|18 Season where they eventually finished as runners up after losing in final against Sydney Thunder .

Jonathan Wells will now join Hobart Hurricanes during 2020–21 Cricket Super League (CSL) Season as their overseas player..

10. Alex Hales

England cricket team

Alex Hales Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: T20, Matches: 11: 70: 75: 378, Runs scored: 573: 2,419: 2,074: 10,634, Batting average: 27.28: 37.79: 30.95: 30.64, 100s/50s: 0/5: 6/14: 1/12: 5/68, Top score: 94: 171: 116*: 116*, Balls bowled: 18: –: –: 3, Wickets: 0: –: –: 0, Bowling average: –: –: –: –, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –: –, 10 wickets in match: –: –: –: –, Best bowling: –: –: –: –, Catches/stumpings: 8/–: 27/–: 39/–: 182/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: T20
  • Matches: 11: 70: 75: 378
  • Runs scored: 573: 2,419: 2,074: 10,634
  • Batting average: 27.28: 37.79: 30.95: 30.64
  • 100s/50s: 0/5: 6/14: 1/12: 5/68
  • Top score: 94: 171: 116*: 116*
  • Balls bowled: 18: –: –: 3
  • Wickets: 0: –: –: 0
  • Bowling average: –: –: –: –
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –: –
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: –: –
  • Best bowling: –: –: –: –
  • Catches/stumpings: 8/–: 27/–: 39/–: 182/–

Alex Hales is an opening batter for England and made his Test debut in 2015 against South Africa. He has also played ODIs for England, making his debut against India in 2014.

Alex Hales was born on 3 January 1989 in Hillingdon, London and attended the independent Westminster School before studying at Durham University where he played for the Durham MCCU side.

After graduating from Durham with a degree in sports science, Hales worked as a cricket coach before signing up with Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club (NCC) in 2012 as their batting coach and mentor to young players..

In February 2016 it was announced that Alex had signed a two-year contract extension with Nottinghamshire until the end of 2020 which would see him continue working alongside new head coach Matt Prior at Trent Bridge . A right-handed batsman and bowler, Alex has scored over 10,000 first class runs including five centuries while taking more than 1,700 wickets – both figures being club records when he joined Nottinghamshire in 2012

11. Matt Short

Melbourne Renegades

Career

  • Competition: FC: List A: T20, Matches: 45: 53: 61, Runs scored: 1,962: 1,279: 1,272, Batting average: 31.64: 28.42: 24.00, 100s/50s: 1/11: 0/7: 1/7, Top score: 134*: 88: 100*, Balls bowled: 2,611: 1,320: 528, Wickets: 32: 24: 18, Bowling average: 41.96: 52.50: 35.44, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 4/74: 3/44: 3/14, Catches/stumpings: 46/–: 22/–: 33/–
  • Competition: FC: List A: T20
  • Matches: 45: 53: 61
  • Runs scored: 1,962: 1,279: 1,272
  • Batting average: 31.64: 28.42: 24.00
  • 100s/50s: 1/11: 0/7: 1/7
  • Top score: 134*: 88: 100*
  • Balls bowled: 2,611: 1,320: 528
  • Wickets: 32: 24: 18
  • Bowling average: 41.96: 52.50: 35.44
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 4/74: 3/44: 3/14
  • Catches/stumpings: 46/–: 22/–: 33/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 5 January 2023

Matt Short is an opening batsman for Victoria and the Adelaide Strikers. He made his first-class debut in July 2014 against South Africa A and has since scored over 1,000 runs in 12 matches.

Short also plays grade cricket for Ballarat City and was drafted into Melbourne Renegades' squad during the 2015/16 season after a good showing at the state championships. In 2018, he joined Adelaide Strikers as their second opener behind Cameron White and has been batting well ever since his arrival to Australia's top level cricket competition.

Matt Short is a young and upcoming cricketer who has had an impressive career so far. He was born in England, but now plays for Australia. He made his List A debut for Victoria in 2018 and has since then been one of the best batsmen in the competition. In T20 formats, he’s also been very successful, averaging over 30 with bat and taking five wickets on occasions.

His main strength lies in his ability to score runs quickly – something that can be incredibly valuable at this level of cricketing competition.

12. Dan Christian

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Dan Christian Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20, Matches: 20: 23: 120: 399, Runs scored: 273: 118: 2,844: 5,778, Batting average: 21.00: 14.75: 32.68: 23.01, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 2/14: 2/17, Top score: 39: 39*: 117: 129, Balls bowled: 727: 279: 3,896: 5,721, Wickets: 20: 13: 107: 277, Bowling average: 29.75: 30.61: 33.50: 29.11, 5 wickets in innings: 1: 0: 3: 2, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 5/31: 3/27: 6/48: 5/14, Catches/stumpings: 10/–: 6/–: 43/–: 182/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20
  • Matches: 20: 23: 120: 399
  • Runs scored: 273: 118: 2,844: 5,778
  • Batting average: 21.00: 14.75: 32.68: 23.01
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 2/14: 2/17
  • Top score: 39: 39*: 117: 129
  • Balls bowled: 727: 279: 3,896: 5,721
  • Wickets: 20: 13: 107: 277
  • Bowling average: 29.75: 30.61: 33.50: 29.11
  • 5 wickets in innings: 1: 0: 3: 2
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 5/31: 3/27: 6/48: 5/14
  • Catches/stumpings: 10/–: 6/–: 43/–: 182/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 30 December 2022

Dan Christian is an all-rounder who has represented Australia in international cricket. He made his ODI debut in 2012 against India and last played for Australia in 2021 against the West Indies.

Christian bats right-handed and bowls right-arm fast medium. His highest score was 159 not out, achieved during a List A match in 2018. Dan Christian is married to Jeannie and they have two children together - daughter Willow and son Walker.[3] Dan Christian is an Australian cricketer who made his international debut for the national side in 2010.

He has played Twenty20 Internationals for Australia and also represented Hampshire in domestic cricket. Dan Christian was born on 23 February 1990, making him 26 years old at the time of writing this article. The left-handed batsman has a batting average of 31 across all formats of the game, with a high score of 91 not out which he achieved during 2017/18 season playing for Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club in England's County Championship division 2B competition.

In October 2018, Dan Christian was named as one of twelve players to be part of Australia’s squad for the 2019 ICC World T20 tournament in India later that year having been selected by head coach Justin Langer following strong performances domestically and internationally throughout 2018 including representing Australia A against Ireland & Zimbabwe earlier that year .

13. Sam Harper

Melbourne Renegades

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 29: 24: 61, Runs scored: 1,043: 521: 1179, Batting average: 27.44: 22.65: 21.83, 100s/50s: 2/4: 0/4: 0/7, Top score: 132*: 72: 73, Catches/stumpings: 100/8: 23/3: 36/9
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 29: 24: 61
  • Runs scored: 1,043: 521: 1179
  • Batting average: 27.44: 22.65: 21.83
  • 100s/50s: 2/4: 0/4: 0/7
  • Top score: 132*: 72: 73
  • Catches/stumpings: 100/8: 23/3: 36/9
  • Source: Cricinfo, 21 October 2022

Harper is a right-handed wicket-keeper who was born on 10 December 1996 in Victoria, Australia. He made his first-class debut for Victoria in 2015/16 and has since played for Cricket Australia XI.

Harper has been a regular member of the Australian cricket team and was part of their squad at the 2016 ICC World Twenty20 tournament. In September 2017, Harper became one of three new players to be contracted by Victoria for the 2018/19 season.

Sam Harper is an experienced cricketer with experience at both domestic level in Australia as well as playing for country side Cricket Australia XI over several years Harper made his Twenty20 debut for Melbourne Stars in 2016 and has since played 29 matches, scoring 1,043 runs at an average of 27.44 with five centuries and seven fifty-plus scores.

Harper also took 23 catches during the 2018/19 season as he cemented himself as one of the Renegades' key players in all forms of cricket. Ahead of the 2019 T20 Big Bash League season, Harper was named captain by head coach David Saker following a successful audition period that included two List A games against Tasmania. In October 2020, Harper won his first title – leading Melbourne Renegades to victory in the T20 Champions League final – after they beat Perth Scorchers by four wickets at WACA Ground

14. Josh Philippe

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 3: 10: 34: 32, Runs scored: 65: 138: 1,728: 1,179, Batting average: 21.66: 13.80: 28.80: 38.03, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 2/12: 2/8, Top score: 39: 45: 129: 137, Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 0/-: 71/3: 33/3
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 3: 10: 34: 32
  • Runs scored: 65: 138: 1,728: 1,179
  • Batting average: 21.66: 13.80: 28.80: 38.03
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 2/12: 2/8
  • Top score: 39: 45: 129: 137
  • Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 0/-: 71/3: 33/3
  • Source: Cricinfo, 30 December 2022

Josh Philippe is a young wicket-keeper batsman who made his international debut for Australia in the 2021 ODI series against West Indies. 2. He has played four T20Is and one ODI, scoring 96 runs with two half-centuries.

3. Josh Philippe was born in 1997, making him one of the youngest players to be called up to an Australian squad at 25 years old. 4. Joshua Ryan Philippe primarily bowls right-arm medium pace but can also swing it out of the ground when required.

5. With 23 catches and nine stumpings recorded in domestic cricket, Philippe is considered a reliable fielder both behind the stumps and around square leg Philippe made his first-class debut for Western Australia in December 2017. He has played 34 T20I matches and 32 ODIs for the side, averaging 21.66 with a highest score of 137 notched against Sri Lanka in January 2019.

Philippe also represented Perth Scorchers in the Big Bash League (BBL) during 2018/19 season before being drafted to Sydney Sixers for the 2020 edition of the tournament. The allrounder is set to feature for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the upcoming IPL season as they mount their assault on back-to-back titles once again

15. Daniel Hughes

Sydney Sixers

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 62: 34: 94, Runs scored: 3,833: 1,656: 2,076, Batting average: 36.50: 55.20: 27.31, 100s/50s: 7/22: 7/7: 0/13, Top score: 136: 152: 96, Catches/stumpings: 46/–: 15/–: 28/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 62: 34: 94
  • Runs scored: 3,833: 1,656: 2,076
  • Batting average: 36.50: 55.20: 27.31
  • 100s/50s: 7/22: 7/7: 0/13
  • Top score: 136: 152: 96
  • Catches/stumpings: 46/–: 15/–: 28/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 21 October 2022

Daniel Hughes is a batsman for New South Wales. He played for the Sydney Sixers in 2012/13 and 2013/14 before joining the Thunder in 2014/15. Daniel has an aggressive batting style, hitting many boundaries off bowlers.

Daniel was named as one of Cricket Australia's Emerging Players in 2011 Hughes was born in Sydney, New South Wales and started playing cricket at a young age. He made his first-class debut for the Sydney Sixers in 2013 and has since played for them in all three formats of the game.

Hughes is an attacking batsman who is known for his high scoring rates both domestically and internationally. His achievements include two Twenty20 centuries (both against Tasmania) as well as seven 50+ scores over the course of his career to date. Daniel Hughes is currently contracted with the Sydney Sixers until 2021, after which he will likely move onto international sides once again

16. Mitchell Marsh

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Mitchell Marsh Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC, Matches: 32: 68: 46: 104, Runs scored: 1,260: 1,784: 1,086: 5,349, Batting average: 25.20: 32.43: 29.35: 32.41, 100s/50s: 2/3: 1/13: 0/6: 11/22, Top score: 181: 102*: 77*: 211, Balls bowled: 2,853: 2,081: 264: 8,795, Wickets: 42: 53: 15: 162, Bowling average: 38.64: 35.75: 23.20: 30.66, 5 wickets in innings: 1: 1: 0: 2, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 5/46: 5/33: 3/24: 6/84, Catches/stumpings: 16/–: 31/–: 20/–: 54/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC
  • Matches: 32: 68: 46: 104
  • Runs scored: 1,260: 1,784: 1,086: 5,349
  • Batting average: 25.20: 32.43: 29.35: 32.41
  • 100s/50s: 2/3: 1/13: 0/6: 11/22
  • Top score: 181: 102*: 77*: 211
  • Balls bowled: 2,853: 2,081: 264: 8,795
  • Wickets: 42: 53: 15: 162
  • Bowling average: 38.64: 35.75: 23.20: 30.66
  • 5 wickets in innings: 1: 1: 0: 2
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 5/46: 5/33: 3/24: 6/84
  • Catches/stumpings: 16/–: 31/–: 20/–: 54/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 4 November 2022

Mitchell Marsh is an all-rounder who has played for Australia since 2011. He was born in 1991 in Western Australia and started playing cricket at a young age.

Mitchell is the son of Geoff Marsh, who also played international cricket for Australia, and Shaun Marsh, who currently plays first-class cricket for New South Wales.

Mitchell's sister Melissa also plays professional cricket as a wicketkeeper/batsman. In 2017 he scored his maiden ODI century against India and took 7 wickets in that game to help Australia win by 141 runs; this made him the 4th player (after Muttiah Muralitharan, Kapil Dev and Harbhajan Singh) to take ten or more wickets with an innings score of 100 or more in One Day Internationals (ODIs).

Mitchell Marsh made his Test debut for Australia against Pakistan in October 2014 and has since played 16 Tests. He is a right-handed batsman and bowls right arm off break. Mitchell Marsh's ODI career began with a match against South Africa in 2011, before he starred in the 2017 ICC World Cup where he helped Australia to victory. Mitchell Marsh also represented Western Australia domestically during 2008/09 and 2010/11 seasons before joining Pune Warriors India in 2011/12 season where he stayed until 2013/14 season when Perth Scorchers signed him up as their player-coach In November 2018, it was announced that Maksymilian Michalek had been ruled out of the remainder of the Australian cricket season due to injury, resulting in Mitchell Marsh being called into the squad for fixtures against England and New Zealand later that month He retired from all forms of international cricket following Ashes series loss to England at home on 12 September 2019

17. Nic Maddinson

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Nic Maddinson Career

  • Competition: Test: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 3: 6: 117: 99, Runs scored: 27: 45: 7,204: 2,954, Batting average: 6.75: 11.25: 38.11: 32.46, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 15/35: 6/15, Top score: 22: 34: 224: 137, Balls bowled: 36: –: 646: 564, Wickets: 0: –: 8: 8, Bowling average: –: –: 56.12: 64.25, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: 0, Best bowling: –: –: 2/10: 4/29, Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 0/–: 84/–: 45/–
  • Competition: Test: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 3: 6: 117: 99
  • Runs scored: 27: 45: 7,204: 2,954
  • Batting average: 6.75: 11.25: 38.11: 32.46
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 15/35: 6/15
  • Top score: 22: 34: 224: 137
  • Balls bowled: 36: –: 646: 564
  • Wickets: 0: –: 8: 8
  • Bowling average: –: –: 56.12: 64.25
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: –: –: 2/10: 4/29
  • Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 0/–: 84/–: 45/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 30 December 2022

Maddinson is a left-handed batter and slow left-arm orthodox bowler who has played for Australia since 2013. Maddinson made his Test debut against South Africa in 2016 and has also played T20I cricket for Australia.

He was named Player of the Year at the 2017–18 Big Bash League season, during which he averaged 47.86 with the Sydney Sixers. Maddinson retired from international cricket after playing his final Test match against Pakistan in December 2016, but returned to play for Australia in the 2018 ICC World Twenty20 tournament where he finished as joint second top scorer behind only David Warner (with 149 runs).

Nic Maddinson is a very good batsman who has played for New South Wales and Sydney Sixers in T20Is. He made his international debut in 2016 against Guyana Amazon Warriors and has since taken part in three more Tests and six T20I matches. Nic Maddinson was the leading run scorer for New South Wales during their time as an official team, with 7,204 runs at an average of 32.46 including two centuries and 35 half-centuries.

In December 2018 he signed with Surrey County Cricket Club on a three-year contract starting from 2019/2020 season Nic Maddinson will be hoping to help Surrey win titles next year while also representing Australia at the future World Cup tournaments

18. Beau Webster

Hobart Hurricanes

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 63: 32: 61, Runs scored: 3,126: 680: 857, Batting average: 30.95: 27.20: 27.64, 100s/50s: 7/12: 1/3: 0/7, Top score: 187: 121: 67*, Balls bowled: 5,155: 648: 216, Wickets: 72: 10: 8, Bowling average: 43.29: 63.20: 137.50, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 4/39: 2/28: 1/14, Catches/stumpings: 90/–: 21/–: 32/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 63: 32: 61
  • Runs scored: 3,126: 680: 857
  • Batting average: 30.95: 27.20: 27.64
  • 100s/50s: 7/12: 1/3: 0/7
  • Top score: 187: 121: 67*
  • Balls bowled: 5,155: 648: 216
  • Wickets: 72: 10: 8
  • Bowling average: 43.29: 63.20: 137.50
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 4/39: 2/28: 1/14
  • Catches/stumpings: 90/–: 21/–: 32/–
  • Source: CricInfo, 21 October 2022

Beau Webster is an all-rounder who played for the Tasmania team in both 2013/14 and 2016/17. He was signed by the Melbourne Renegades for the 2017/18 season, but unfortunately he had to miss most of it due to injury.

In 2018, Beau made his Twenty20 debut for the Melbourne Stars and has since been a regular member of their squad. Outside of cricket, Beau is a law student at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.[1] His nickname Slug comes from when he was younger and used to bowl slow balls that would bounce high off the ground like slugs.[2] Beau Webster is a left-handed batsman and wicketkeeper who made his first-class debut for Tasmania in February 2014.

He played two Twenty20 matches for the state in 2016, scoring 61 runs at an average of 27.20 with one hundred and seven fiftys to his name. His highest score was 187 not out against Queensland in March that year, which helped Tasmania secure victory by eight wickets on the day.
Webster also plays domestic cricket for Victoria where he has scored 2,628 runs at an average of 30.95 with twelve hundreds and seventy five fifties to his name.

19. Jordan Silk

Sydney Sixers

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 78: 52: 103, Runs scored: 4,454: 1,518: 1,795, Batting average: 32.27: 33.73: 29.91, 100s/50s: 9/22: 0/14: 0/5, Top score: 154*: 90*: 78, Balls bowled: 257: 42: –, Wickets: 2: 0: –, Bowling average: 72.00: –: –, 5 wickets in innings: 0: –: –, 10 wickets in match: 0: –: –, Best bowling: 1/4: –: –, Catches/stumpings: 53/–: 28/–: 60/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 78: 52: 103
  • Runs scored: 4,454: 1,518: 1,795
  • Batting average: 32.27: 33.73: 29.91
  • 100s/50s: 9/22: 0/14: 0/5
  • Top score: 154*: 90*: 78
  • Balls bowled: 257: 42: –
  • Wickets: 2: 0: –
  • Bowling average: 72.00: –: –
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: –: –
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: –: –
  • Best bowling: 1/4: –: –
  • Catches/stumpings: 53/–: 28/–: 60/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 30 December 2022

Jordan Silk is a batsman who has played for Tasmania and Sydney Sixers in the Australian Twenty20 cricket competition. Jordan started playing cricket at an early age and was part of Australia's under-15 side that competed in the World Cup qualifier in Malaysia.

Since making his debut with Tasmania in 2012/13, he has been one of their most consistent performers, averaging over 40 runs per innings across all formats. He made his international debut for Australia during the 2014 ICC World Twenty20 tournament where he scored 31 runs from six matches as Australia reached the semi-finals stage.

In 2018, Silk signed a three-year contract to play for Sydney Sixers starting from 2019/20 season onwards. His strike rate (100 balls faced / run) is well above average which reflects his consistency both on and off the field; something that has endeared him to both team managers and fans alike since breaking into first grade cricket at age 15 years old.

20. James Vince

England cricket team

James Vince Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 13: 22: 189: 145, Runs scored: 548: 567: 11,347: 5,150, Batting average: 24.90: 29.84: 38.99: 40.23, 100s/50s: 0/3: 1/3: 27/46: 10/25, Top score: 83: 102: 240: 190, Balls bowled: 24: 42: 1,747: 174, Wickets: 0: 1: 23: 3, Bowling average: –: 38.00: 48.52: 54.00, 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: 1: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: –: 1/18: 5/41: 1/18, Catches/stumpings: 8/–: 8/–: 169/–: 55/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 13: 22: 189: 145
  • Runs scored: 548: 567: 11,347: 5,150
  • Batting average: 24.90: 29.84: 38.99: 40.23
  • 100s/50s: 0/3: 1/3: 27/46: 10/25
  • Top score: 83: 102: 240: 190
  • Balls bowled: 24: 42: 1,747: 174
  • Wickets: 0: 1: 23: 3
  • Bowling average: –: 38.00: 48.52: 54.00
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: 1: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: –: 1/18: 5/41: 1/18
  • Catches/stumpings: 8/–: 8/–: 169/–: 55/–

Vince is a right-handed batsman and bowler who has played for England since 2015. Vince made his Test debut in 2016 against Sri Lanka, scoring a century on his way to becoming England's leading run scorer in Tests during the 2017 season.

In December 2018, he was named as one of the thirteen players who will represent England at the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia. Vince also represented Sussex County Cricket Club (ECCC) from 2009 until 2013 before signing for Sydney Sixers ahead of the 2014–15 seasons..

He finished 3rd highest run scorer with 863 runs scored in first class cricket matches during that time behind only David Warner and Steve Smith respectively. James Vince is a left-handed batsman and wicket-keeper who has played for Hampshire since 2009. In 2016, Vince made his international debut for England against Pakistan and he has been a regular in the side ever since.

He was part of the Sydney Thunder squad that won the Big Bash League title in 2018/19. Vince also represented England at T20Is, including their victory over West Indies in January 2022 . Signed to play with Karachi Kings in Pakistan's Premier League from 2019/20 season onwards, James will hope to continue his good form on home soil there as well as cement his place within English cricketing folklore.

21. Ben Cutting

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Ben Cutting Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 4: 7: 51: 72, Runs scored: 53: 40: 1,561: 908, Batting average: 26.50: 10.00: 23.65: 19.73, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 1/7: 0/2, Top score: 27: 29: 109: 98*, Balls bowled: 216: 126: 8,597: 3,640, Wickets: 6: 3: 170: 101, Bowling average: 31.60: 71.66: 28.41: 31.71, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 6: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 3/45: 1/18: 6/37: 4/27, Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 5/–: 15/–: 22/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 4: 7: 51: 72
  • Runs scored: 53: 40: 1,561: 908
  • Batting average: 26.50: 10.00: 23.65: 19.73
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 1/7: 0/2
  • Top score: 27: 29: 109: 98*
  • Balls bowled: 216: 126: 8,597: 3,640
  • Wickets: 6: 3: 170: 101
  • Bowling average: 31.60: 71.66: 28.41: 31.71
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 6: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 3/45: 1/18: 6/37: 4/27
  • Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 5/–: 15/–: 22/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 4 October 2021

Ben Cutting is an all-rounder who has represented Australia and World XI. Cutting was born in 1987 in Sunnybank, Queensland, Australia and made his international debut for Australia against Sri Lanka in 2013.

In 2014 he played his last ODI for Australia against England at the Oval Cricket Ground. He retired from International cricket after playing his final ODI match against Sri Lanka on 31 August 2014 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).

Ben Cutting currently resides in Brisbane with his wife and two children. Ben Cutting was born in Brisbane, Queensland on 26 January 1993. He made his T20I debut for Australia against Zimbabwe in 2013 and has since played five more matches.

In total, he has scored 263 runs at an average of 16.83 with a high score of 43 not out against Sri Lanka in 2017. Outside of cricket, Ben is studying Business Administration at the University of Queensland . He is also a part-time cricketer for Easts Tigers Cricket Club and plays alongside fellow Australians Adam Zampa and Alex Carey .

22. Alex Carey

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Alex Carey Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC, Matches: 14: 62: 38: 63, Runs scored: 633: 1,629: 233: 3,303, Batting average: 39.56: 35.41: 11.09: 35.13, 100s/50s: 1/3: 1/7: 0/0: 6/18, Top score: 111: 106: 37*: 143, Catches/stumpings: 51/0: 71/8: 19/9: 232/4
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC
  • Matches: 14: 62: 38: 63
  • Runs scored: 633: 1,629: 233: 3,303
  • Batting average: 39.56: 35.41: 11.09: 35.13
  • 100s/50s: 1/3: 1/7: 0/0: 6/18
  • Top score: 111: 106: 37*: 143
  • Catches/stumpings: 51/0: 71/8: 19/9: 232/4
  • Source: ESPN Cricinfo, 7 January 2023

Alex Carey is a professional cricketer who has represented Australia since 2018. Carey made his Test debut against England in December 2021, and earned his first ODI call-up in January 2018.

A left-handed batsman and wicketkeeper, Carey has shown consistent form across all formats of the game for Australia over the past two years. With an eye on future international tournaments, Carey is looking to build on his current performances with Australia to cement himself as one of the country's best players moving forward Alex Carey is a talented cricketer who has been playing for South Australia since 2012.

He made his Test debut in 2018 against New Zealand and has also played ODIs and T20Is for the country. Carey has scored prolifically in all three formats of the game, including two centuries and five half-centuries in Tests. The right-handed batsman is currently with Sussex in England's county system but is expected to return to Adelaide Strikers soon where he will aim to lead them back into top level cricketing competition.

23. D'Arcy Short

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

D Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 8: 23: 22: 53, Runs scored: 211: 642: 1,071: 1,551, Batting average: 30.14: 30.57: 30.60: 35.25, 100s/50s: 0/1: 0/4: 0/7: 3/6, Top score: 69: 76: 87: 257, Balls bowled: 90: 114: 1,795: 1,138, Wickets: 0: 3: 27: 26, Bowling average: –: 50.33: 44.62: 44.00, 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: –: 1/13: 3/78: 3/53, Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 8/–: 18/–: 18/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 8: 23: 22: 53
  • Runs scored: 211: 642: 1,071: 1,551
  • Batting average: 30.14: 30.57: 30.60: 35.25
  • 100s/50s: 0/1: 0/4: 0/7: 3/6
  • Top score: 69: 76: 87: 257
  • Balls bowled: 90: 114: 1,795: 1,138
  • Wickets: 0: 3: 27: 26
  • Bowling average: –: 50.33: 44.62: 44.00
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: –: 1/13: 3/78: 3/53
  • Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 8/–: 18/–: 18/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 21 October 2022

D'Arcy Short played for Australia in all three formats of the game during 2018. He was born in Katherine, Northern Territory and is left-handed batsman and bowler who likes to bowl Left-arm unorthodox spin.

In June 2018 he made his ODI debut against England at The Gabba where he scored 177 runs from 4 innings with a highest score of 53 not out. His last ODI came just over two years later when he featured in New Zealand's 3rd T20I match of the year at Eden Park scoring 90 runs off 51 balls before being run out by Martin Guptill with 1 ball remaining as New Zealand won by 5 wickets (with a total score of 199/7).

Short has been selected for Australia's tour to India which began on 15 November 2018 but did not feature in any matches yet due to injury sustained while playing cricket prior to that tour - this will be his first taste of international cricket since February 2020 when he debuted for New Zealand in the T20Is against Australia

24. Jake Weatherald

Adelaide Strikers

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 60: 39: 85, Runs scored: 3,837: 1,383: 2,047, Batting average: 34.25: 36.39: 25.91, 100s/50s: 9/19: 4/7: 1/13, Top score: 198: 141: 115, Catches/stumpings: 51/–: 12/–: 31/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 60: 39: 85
  • Runs scored: 3,837: 1,383: 2,047
  • Batting average: 34.25: 36.39: 25.91
  • 100s/50s: 9/19: 4/7: 1/13
  • Top score: 198: 141: 115
  • Catches/stumpings: 51/–: 12/–: 31/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 20 December 2022

Jake Weatherald is a left-handed batsman who plays for South Australia. He made his first-class debut for the state in 2015/16 and has been an important part of their top order ever since.

Jake has also represented Australia at under-19 level and played two Tests in the 2017/18 series against New Zealand. In addition to cricket, Jake enjoys playing football and rugby union with his brothers.

He is currently studying sport science at university and looks forward to continuing his cricketing career as long as he remains injury free. Jake's father, Craig Weatherald, was an Australian rules footballer who played for Essendon in the 1980s; both brothers have followed in their father's footsteps by playing professional cricket Jake Weatherald is an Australian cricketer who plays for the Adelaide Strikers in the T20 format.

He made his debut for Australia in 2016 and has since played 59 matches, scoring 3,837 runs at an average of 34.25 with a top score of 198 not out. Jake also takes wickets, having caught 12 stumpings and notched 31 behind the stumps in that timeframe.

25. Andrew Tye

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Andrew Tye Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20, Matches: 7: 32: 57: 195, Runs scored: 57: 83: 336: 551, Batting average: 14.25: 10.37: 16.00: 11.72, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 19: 20: 44: 44, Balls bowled: 387: 683: 2,877: 4,192, Wickets: 12: 47: 124: 274, Bowling average: 32.66: 21.21: 21.23: 20.70, 5 wickets in innings: 1: 0: 4: 3, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 5/46: 4/23: 6/46: 5/17, Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 10/–: 14/–: 63/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20
  • Matches: 7: 32: 57: 195
  • Runs scored: 57: 83: 336: 551
  • Batting average: 14.25: 10.37: 16.00: 11.72
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 19: 20: 44: 44
  • Balls bowled: 387: 683: 2,877: 4,192
  • Wickets: 12: 47: 124: 274
  • Bowling average: 32.66: 21.21: 21.23: 20.70
  • 5 wickets in innings: 1: 0: 4: 3
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 5/46: 4/23: 6/46: 5/17
  • Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 10/–: 14/–: 63/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 16 November 2022

Andrew Tye is a right-handed bowler who has played for Australia since 2016. He made his international debut in 2018 against England and has taken part in three ODIs so far.

Andrew Tye was born in 1986 and started playing cricket at an early age. He attended Perth's Scotch College before moving to Queensland to play for the Brisbane Heat, where he developed into one of the best bowlers in the country.

In 2015, Andrew Tye signed with Australian side Western Warriors and quickly became a key player for them as they won division two of the competition that year - his performances earned him selection for Australia's tour of South Africa later that year..

In 2016, Andrew moved back east to sign with Sydney Sixers where he continued to perform well, taking wickets consistently throughout their first season competing in the Big Bash League (BBL). During this time, he also represented Australia A on several occasions and helped lead them to victory over Zimbabwe A during a triangular series held between Australia A, Zimbabwean Premier Division sides Mashonaland Eagles and Mountaineers respectively; it was his bowling figures of 7/143 which proved decisive. After impressing once again while representing Sydney Sixers during BBL|07 - including 5 wickets from just 2 overs during their game against Melbourne Stars -Andrew was called up by Steve Smith ahead of schedule national team matches against Sri Lanka ODI squad [9] & Ireland ODIs[10].

"He’s got good pace off both feet," Smith said after naming him.[11]"And when you add height – 1m91cm – like AJ does …you can generate good carry." Tye had impressed Steve Smith enough with some impressive spells helping Sydney Sixers win BBL 07 that he called him up despite not featuring much for NSW yet due to injury concerns ahead of scheduled test match vs Sri Lanka

26. Cameron Bancroft

Perth Scorchers

Career

  • Competition: Test: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 10: 1: 124: 74, Runs scored: 446: 0: 7,860: 2,338, Batting average: 26.23: –: 37.60: 41.01, 100s/50s: 0/3: 0/0: 20/29: 4/14, Top score: 82*: 0*: 228*: 176, Balls bowled: –: –: 66: –, Wickets: –: –: 2: –, Bowling average: –: –: 38.50: –, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: –, 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: –, Best bowling: –: –: 1/10: –, Catches/stumpings: 16/–: 1/0: 165/1: 62/2
  • Competition: Test: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 10: 1: 124: 74
  • Runs scored: 446: 0: 7,860: 2,338
  • Batting average: 26.23: –: 37.60: 41.01
  • 100s/50s: 0/3: 0/0: 20/29: 4/14
  • Top score: 82*: 0*: 228*: 176
  • Balls bowled: –: –: 66: –
  • Wickets: –: –: 2: –
  • Bowling average: –: –: 38.50: –
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: –
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: –
  • Best bowling: –: –: 1/10: –
  • Catches/stumpings: 16/–: 1/0: 165/1: 62/2
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 21 October 2022

Cameron Bancroft is an Australian batsman who made his Test debut in 2017 against England. He has played for Western Australia since 2012 and was part of the team that won the domestic T20 competition in 2016.

Cameron's most recent international appearance came during the 2019 Ashes series, where he featured in all three Tests and one T20I match. In Domestic cricket, Cameron is best known for his batting ability - being able to score runs at will both on matcet and Twenty20 surfaces alike.

With a promising future ahead of him as a Test player, Cameron will be looking to add more caps to his tally over the coming years Cameron Bancroft is a left-handed batsman who has played for Western Australia and Perth Scorchers in the IPL. He made his Test debut against New Zealand in March 2018, scoring 82 not out off 115 balls before being run out by Kane Williamson.

In January 2019 he was banned from playing cricket for 12 months after testing positive to marijuana at the Australian Open earlier that year. He returned to domestic cricket with Gloucestershire during the 2019 English County Championship season, where he scored 163 runs in 2 matches including a 50* off 44 balls against Durham which helped them win their first match of the tournament.

Following this good form, Cameron signed a one-year contract with Durham ahead of the 2020 edition of the T20 Blast where they will be looking to make it two titles in as many years

27. Hilton Cartwright

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 2: 2: 70: 64, Runs scored: 55: 2: 3,894: 1,302, Batting average: 27.50: 1.00: 36.39: 26.57, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 7/20: 0/7, Top score: 37: 1: 170*: 99, Balls bowled: 54: –: 2,755: 697, Wickets: 0: –: 52: 14, Bowling average: –: –: 33.13: 50.57, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: 0, Best bowling: –: –: 4/23: 3/26, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 1/–: 34/–: 24/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 2: 2: 70: 64
  • Runs scored: 55: 2: 3,894: 1,302
  • Batting average: 27.50: 1.00: 36.39: 26.57
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 7/20: 0/7
  • Top score: 37: 1: 170*: 99
  • Balls bowled: 54: –: 2,755: 697
  • Wickets: 0: –: 52: 14
  • Bowling average: –: –: 33.13: 50.57
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: –: –: 4/23: 3/26
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 1/–: 34/–: 24/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 21 October 2022

Hilton Cartwright was born in 1992 in Zimbabwe and made his international debut for Australia in 2017. He has played Test matches against Pakistan and Bangladesh.

Hilton Cartwright is a middle-order batsman who bowls right-arm medium. Hilton Cartwright first represented Australia at under-19 level before making his ODI debut against India in September 2017, scoring a century on debut.

Cartwright is a left-handed batsman who has played for both Perth Scorchers and Cricket Australia XI in the past. Hilton Cartwright made his List A debut for Middlesex in 2019, scoring two runs before taking five wickets in an innings.

In Twenty20 cricket, Cartwright has scored 1,302 runs at an average of 36.39 with seven 50s and 20 half centuries to his name so far in his career. The left-hander also bowls right arm orthodox spin which he uses to take wickets as well as score runs for team mates; thus proving himself very versatile on the field.

Hilton Cartwright is only 26 years old and still has plenty of time ahead of him to improve upon his already impressive statistics.

28. Matt Renshaw

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Matt Renshaw Career

  • Competition: Test: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 12: 96: 55: 53, Runs scored: 641: 5,925: 1,912: 1,102, Batting average: 33.73: 37.98: 39.83: 23.96, 100s/50s: 1/3: 17/16: 4/13: 0/6, Top score: 184: 200*: 156*: 90*, Balls bowled: 24: 870: 407: 198, Wickets: 0: 11: 8: 7, Bowling average: –: 42.36: 48.50: 39.86, 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: –: 3/29: 2/17: 1/2, Catches/stumpings: 8/–: 97/–: 29/–: 20/–
  • Competition: Test: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 12: 96: 55: 53
  • Runs scored: 641: 5,925: 1,912: 1,102
  • Batting average: 33.73: 37.98: 39.83: 23.96
  • 100s/50s: 1/3: 17/16: 4/13: 0/6
  • Top score: 184: 200*: 156*: 90*
  • Balls bowled: 24: 870: 407: 198
  • Wickets: 0: 11: 8: 7
  • Bowling average: –: 42.36: 48.50: 39.86
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: –: 3/29: 2/17: 1/2
  • Catches/stumpings: 8/–: 97/–: 29/–: 20/–
  • Source: CricInfo, 8 January 2023

Matt Renshaw is a talented batsman and bowler who has played for Australia since 2016. The 26-year-old has had an impressive Test career, scoring 449 runs at an average of 40.14 with two centuries including his last test match in January 2023 against South Africa.

He also averages 33 with the ball in Tests, taking 11 wickets at 31.11 apiece – both figures being good for a specialist batsman or bowler in this format of the game. Matt Renshaw started playing county cricket when he was 18 years old, representing Middlesbrough before moving to Somerset where he currently plays club cricket and is captain of the team Matt Renshaw made his Test debut in 2014 against Australia and has since been a regular in the Australian side.

He is known for his batting ability, averaging 33.73 with 12 centuries and 55 scores of 50 or more. In T20 cricket he has also been successful, scoring 366 runs at an average of 37.98 with 1 hundred and 13 fifty-plus scores. He was part of the Queensland squad that won the Sheffield Shield in 2018/19 but did not feature in their triumphant campaign to retain it later that year; however, he played for Somerset during the 2022 season which ended trophyless but with him hitting 381 runs at an excellent average of 39.83 including 3 half-centuries and 2 tons (both off spin).

Matt Renshaw is contracted to play domestic cricket until 2021 representing Brisbane Heat (2018), Adelaide Strikers (2019) and Kent respectively

29. Rashid Khan

Afghanistan national cricket team

Rashid Khan Career

  • Afghanistan (2015–present)

Rashid Khan is a young all-rounder who has been playing for Afghanistan since 2015. He made his Test debut in 2018 against India and has also played ODIs against Zimbabwe.

Rashid is known for his accuracy with the ball both batting and bowling, which makes him an valuable asset to any team he plays for. Rashid Khan is an all-rounder who has excelled in both the ODI and T20I formats.

He made his international debut for Pakistan in 2015 and has since been a regular player for their team. In 2018, he led Sunrisers Hyderabad to victory in the IPL final and was named the tournament's most valuable player (MVP).

Rashid also plays for Kent County Cricket Club in England's Premier League and has represented Pakistan at several global tournaments, including the ICC World Cup 2019 where they reached the semi-finals. In November 2021, he was selected as part of Afghanistan's squad for their inaugural Twenty20 International match against Sri Lanka later that month.

30. Usman Khawaja

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Usman Khawaja Career

  • Australia (2011–present)

Usman Khawaja is a left-handed batsman who has played for Australia since 2011. He made his Test debut in January 2011 against England and recently retired from international cricket after playing his last test match in March 2023 against South Africa.

Khawaja mainly plays as a top-order batter but can also bowl right arm medium pace. He was born on 18 December 1986 in Islamabad, Pakistan, and is of Pakistani descent. In addition to playing cricket for Australia, Usman Khawaja has also represented the Karachi Kings in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) and captained them to their first title win in 2018 season .

Usman Khawaja married Fiza Khan on 24 November 2017 at Lahore's Jati Umra mosque after dating for two years prior to that date.[2] ODI debut (cap 199) Last ODI 6 July 2019 v South Africa T20I debut (cap 80) Domestic team information: Sydney Thunder, Queensland since 2012/13 season Career stats: Test matches: 63 | ODIs: 142 | FCs: 13 | LBWs: 5 | Wickets taken: 236 || T20Is played : 16

31. Jimmy Peirson

Queensland cricket team

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 56: 48: 89, Runs scored: 2,690: 1,187: 1,303, Batting average: 35.86: 28.95: 21.36, 100s/50s: 5/16: 0/8: 0/4, Top score: 132: 85: 69*, Catches/stumpings: 198/2: 52/5: 47/14
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 56: 48: 89
  • Runs scored: 2,690: 1,187: 1,303
  • Batting average: 35.86: 28.95: 21.36
  • 100s/50s: 5/16: 0/8: 0/4
  • Top score: 132: 85: 69*
  • Catches/stumpings: 198/2: 52/5: 47/14
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 21 October 2022

Jimmy Peirson is a right-handed wicketkeeper who has played for Queensland since 2013/14. He made his debut for the Heat in 2014/15 and has remained with the team ever since.

Jimmy is an agile fielder, having been recognised as one of Australia's best young keepers by International Cricket Council (ICC) in 2015. He also excels at hitting boundaries and regularly scores runs off the back foot - something that can be crucial on tricky batting tracks such as Brisbane's Gabba ground which often favours batsmen over bowlers..

In September 2017, he was named captain of Queensland’s under-19 side ahead of their upcoming Under-19 national championships in Tasmania next month where they will aim to qualify for ICC World Cup U17 2019 tournament held in New Zealand later this year Jimmy Peirson was born on the 10th of December 1988 in Sydney, New South Wales. He played cricket for Australia at under-19 level and made his debut for NSW in 2008/09 season.

In 2011 he made his international debut against Sri Lanka and has since played 56 matches for Australia scoring 2,690 runs at an average of 35.86 with a top score of 132 not out in 2017 ICC World Cup Qualifier match against Zimbabwe which helped Australia qualify to play in the tournament as hosts. Jimmy is contracted by Cricket Australia until the end of 2020 and will be part-time bowler having taken 5 wickets at an average of 33 from 48 overs across T20s and first class cricket so far this season

32. Max Bryant

Queensland cricket team

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 2: 25: 48, Runs scored: 32: 700: 1,012, Batting average: 8.00: 28.00: 22.00, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/5: 0/4, Top score: 21: 89: 81, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 19/–: 23/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 2: 25: 48
  • Runs scored: 32: 700: 1,012
  • Batting average: 8.00: 28.00: 22.00
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/5: 0/4
  • Top score: 21: 89: 81
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 19/–: 23/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 28 March 2022

Max Bryant is a 23-year-old batsman and bowler who has played for Cricket Australia XI in 2017/18 and 2018/19. He was born in Murwillumbah, New South Wales, Australia on 10 March 1999.

Max is right-handed and bowls right arm medium pace. He made his first grade cricket debut for Queensland in the Sheffield Shield season of 2018/19 as an 18 year old.(Squad no 15) In 7 innings he scored 95 runs at an average of 25 with a high score of 54 not out against Tasmania at Hobart Oval on 5 February 2019 which helped Queensland win by 5 wickets.(Match Report) Max has represented Australia under 19s team but did not play any matches due to injury.(Wiki Article) Bryant is a left-handed batsman and occasional off spinner who made his List A debut for Queensland in the 2017–18 season.

In 2018, Bryant moved to Brisbane Heat in the Big Bash League where he has continued to make contributions with bat and ball, scoring 32 runs from just two matches at an average of 8.00 while taking four wickets at an economy rate of 2.14. The 24-year old also impressed during Cricket Australia XI's tour of South Africa earlier this year, making 48 runs from just two innings as well as claiming five catches and one stumpings

33. Peter Handscomb

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Peter Handscomb Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 16: 22: 145: 128, Runs scored: 934: 632: 8,856: 3,856, Batting average: 38.91: 33.26: 39.01: 37.43, 100s/50s: 2/4: 1/4: 19/49: 4/23, Top score: 110: 117: 281*: 140, Balls bowled: –: –: 66: –, Wickets: –: –: 0: –, Bowling average: –: –: –: –, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –: –, 10 wickets in match: –: –: –: –, Best bowling: –: –: –: –, Catches/stumpings: 28/0: 14/0: 244/4: 115/5
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 16: 22: 145: 128
  • Runs scored: 934: 632: 8,856: 3,856
  • Batting average: 38.91: 33.26: 39.01: 37.43
  • 100s/50s: 2/4: 1/4: 19/49: 4/23
  • Top score: 110: 117: 281*: 140
  • Balls bowled: –: –: 66: –
  • Wickets: –: –: 0: –
  • Bowling average: –: –: –: –
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –: –
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: –: –
  • Best bowling: –: –: –: –
  • Catches/stumpings: 28/0: 14/0: 244/4: 115/5
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 30 December 2022

Handscomb is a right-handed batsman and bowler who has played for Australia since 2016. He made his Test debut against South Africa in November 2016, and scored 147 not out on his home ground of the Gabba.

Handscomb was part of the Australian team that won the 2017–18 Ashes series, making him one of only two players to have held both domestic (Victorian) and international (Australian) titles at the same time - along with Steve Smith.

In January 2019 he became one of only four players ever to score a century in each innings in an ODI match - alongside Sachin Tendulkar, Brian Lara and Shahid Afridi - during Australia's victory over India at Dharamsala. Handscomb currently holds records for being the fastest player to reach 10,000 runs in ODIs (59 matches), 200 wickets in ODIs (23 matches), 50 x 100s aggregates (6 innings) as well as becoming just third player after Virat Kohli & AB de Villiers to score 2 centuries within first 3 Tests playing for Australia

34. Alex Ross

Brisbane Heat

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 18: 51: 86, Runs scored: 868: 1,103: 1,623, Batting average: 28.00: 29.02: 28.98, 100s/50s: 0/6: 1/6: 0/9, Top score: 92*: 110: 77*, Catches/stumpings: 22/–: 22/–: 34/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 18: 51: 86
  • Runs scored: 868: 1,103: 1,623
  • Batting average: 28.00: 29.02: 28.98
  • 100s/50s: 0/6: 1/6: 0/9
  • Top score: 92*: 110: 77*
  • Catches/stumpings: 22/–: 22/–: 34/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 20 December 2022

Alex Ross is a middle-order batsman from Australia who has played for South Australia and Adelaide Strikers in the past. Alex Ross is known for his batting ability, which has seen him score centuries at both domestic level and international cricket.

In 2019, Alex Ross was part of the Australian squad that won the World Cup tournament in England. Outside of cricket, Alex Ross enjoys spending time with his friends and family members. He also likes to explore new places outside of Melbourne where he lives.

As a result of his success on the field, Alex Ross has been rewarded with numerous awards including being named Player Of The Year at both domestic level and international level in 2018 Alex Ross is a left-handed batsman who has played for both Brisbane Heat and Sydney Thunder in first-class cricket.

He made his List A debut for South Australia against Tasmania in 2012 and scored 77 not out, which was the highest score of the match. In 18 matches he has scored 868 runs at an average of 28.00 with three half-centuries and nine centuries including 92 not out against Western Australia in December 2022, setting a new record for the most runs by any player in an innings in List A cricket.

Alex Ross also bowls left arm spin occasionally and took five wickets during his 51 appearances as a bowler across all formats of cricket

35. Travis Head

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Travis Head Career

  • Australia (2016–present)

Travis Head made his Test debut for Australia in 2018 against Pakistan. 2. He has also played ODIs for Australia, and was a part of the side that won the ICC World Cup in 2019.

3. Travis is predominantly a middle-order batsman, but can bowl off break as well. 4. In February 2021 he scored an unbeaten 149 against South Africa to help secure victory in the third and final test of their series at home.

5. At 29 years old, Travis is one of the younger players in Australian cricketing history, and looks set to continue playing top level cricket for many years to come Travis Head is a left-handed batsman who has played for South Australia, Adelaide Strikers and Royal Challengers Bangalore in first-class cricket.

He made his T20I debut against India in 2016 and went on to play five more matches before retiring from the format in 2022. Travis Head averages 44.55 with the bat in T20Is which is higher than his average of 40.51 he achieves in Tests and ODIs combined. The left-hander was part of Sussex's side that won the County Championship title last season and he will look to add another trophy to his cabinet when they take on Worcestershire this weekend

36. Daniel Sams

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Career

  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 10: 5: 17: 113, Runs scored: 106: 255: 337: 1,055, Batting average: 26.50: 25.50: 24.07: 15.28, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/2: 0/2: 0/5, Top score: 41: 88: 62: 98*, Balls bowled: 180: 928: 711: 2,262, Wickets: 7: 13: 23: 131, Bowling average: 43.57: 38.00: 27.26: 25.08, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 1: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 2/33: 4/55: 5/46: 4/14, Catches/stumpings: 4/–: 2/–: 4/–: 44/–
  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 10: 5: 17: 113
  • Runs scored: 106: 255: 337: 1,055
  • Batting average: 26.50: 25.50: 24.07: 15.28
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/2: 0/2: 0/5
  • Top score: 41: 88: 62: 98*
  • Balls bowled: 180: 928: 711: 2,262
  • Wickets: 7: 13: 23: 131
  • Bowling average: 43.57: 38.00: 27.26: 25.08
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 1: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 2/33: 4/55: 5/46: 4/14
  • Catches/stumpings: 4/–: 2/–: 4/–: 44/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 20 December 2022

Daniel Sams is an Australian all-rounder who has played for Canterbury in the T20I format. Daniel Sams made his international debut for Australia against India in 2020 and has since played in six more T20Is.

In first-class cricket, Daniel Sams has represented New South Wales and Canterbury at various times over the last two years. Daniel Sams bowls left-arm fast medium and bats right handed which gives him versatility as a player on either side of the ball.

With 95 caps to his name, Daniel Sams is one of the most experienced players in Australia’s Development squad and is expected to be a mainstay of their team for many years to come.-Daniel Richard SAMS Daniel Sams is a fast bowler who has represented Australia at Under-19 level and New South Wales domestically.

He made his T20I debut for the Sixers against Sri Lanka in January 2018 and took 5 wickets in an innings, which helped them win the match. He was signed by Delhi Capitals for the 2020 season, but will return to Sydney Thunder for their first domestic campaign of the year. Daniel Sams is hoping to make it as a regular player with either team and continue taking wickets throughout international cricket tournaments.

37. Josh Inglis

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 2: 9: 46: 25, Runs scored: 15: 220: 2,252: 726, Batting average: 7.50: 27.50: 33.61: 30.25, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 3/12: 0/7, Top score: 10: 48: 153*: 91, Catches/stumpings: 0/0: 4/0: 150/3: 34/4
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 2: 9: 46: 25
  • Runs scored: 15: 220: 2,252: 726
  • Batting average: 7.50: 27.50: 33.61: 30.25
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 3/12: 0/7
  • Top score: 10: 48: 153*: 91
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/0: 4/0: 150/3: 34/4
  • Source: Cricinfo, 15 October 2022

Josh Inglis is a right-handed wicketkeeper and has represented Australia at international level. He made his debut for Australia in the ODI series against Sri Lanka in June 2022, and was part of the side that won the final game of the series.

His first T20I appearance came just over two months later against Sri Lanka, also scoring a half century. Josh Inglis has been with Leeds since 2016, after being signed by then–captain Alex Hales from Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club as an academy player aged 14..

He made his Championship debut for Leeds in October 2018, taking 3/25 against Durham UCCE.. Josh Inglis was born on 25 September 1992 in Perth, Western Australia. He made his debut for the Western Australian cricket team in 2016/17 and has played 46 T20I matches since then, scoring runs at an average of 27.50 with a top score of 153 not out.

Josh is a right-handed batsman and also bowls leg spinners offspin delivery. He has represented Australia at U19 level but has yet to make an appearance for their senior side

38. Tom Cooper

Brisbane Heat

Tom Cooper Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 29: 25: 109: 166, Runs scored: 1,242: 552: 6,533: 5,771, Batting average: 47.76: 27.60: 34.93: 41.22, 100s/50s: 1/11: 0/3: 13/34: 10/37, Top score: 101: 81*: 271*: 139, Balls bowled: 637: 114: 2,098: 1,188, Wickets: 14: 3: 25: 26, Bowling average: 36.00: 48.33: 50.64: 40.23, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 1: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 3/11: 2/18: 5/76: 3/11, Catches/stumpings: 15/–: 10/–: 117/–: 91/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 29: 25: 109: 166
  • Runs scored: 1,242: 552: 6,533: 5,771
  • Batting average: 47.76: 27.60: 34.93: 41.22
  • 100s/50s: 1/11: 0/3: 13/34: 10/37
  • Top score: 101: 81*: 271*: 139
  • Balls bowled: 637: 114: 2,098: 1,188
  • Wickets: 14: 3: 25: 26
  • Bowling average: 36.00: 48.33: 50.64: 40.23
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 1: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 3/11: 2/18: 5/76: 3/11
  • Catches/stumpings: 15/–: 10/–: 117/–: 91/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 2 November 2022

Tom Cooper was born in 1986 and is a middle-order batsman for the Netherlands. He made his international debut in 2010 against Scotland, scoring 44 runs from 44 balls with 2 boundaries.

His last ODI was played against Pakistan on 21 August 2022. Tom has scored 6 centuries (including 5 at home) in ODIs and averages 43.66 with a high score of 118 not out vs Sri Lanka in 2018 where he became only the 3rd player to score an ODI century batting first after Viv Richards & Hashim Amla, both of whom were Test players when they achieved this feat.

In T20s, he's averaged 33 with a highest score of 61* vs South Africa in 2017 which also saw him become just the 8th player to hit 10 sixes in an innings during T20I cricket history. Tom Cooper is a batsman who has represented Australia in both cricket and Twenty20 formats. He made his international debut for Australia against Canada in March 2012, and has since played 109 ODIs and 166 T20Is.

Tom Cooper's best performance came during the 2015 Cricket World Cup when he scored an unbeaten 101 runs against Sri Lanka. In domestic cricket, Tom Cooper plays for Somerset in England's County Championship Division 1B league, having joined them ahead of the 2018 season. As of November 2022, Tom Cooper will have played 129 matches for Australia - making him the nation’s second-most capped player behind Steve Smith (135).

At 34 years old, with over 5,771 runs to his name at an average of 41 22 batting across all forms of the game, Tom Cooper is one of Australia’s most successful cricketers to date

39. Sean Abbott

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Sean Abbott Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 7: 9: 67: 73, Runs scored: 105: 17: 2,002: 781, Batting average: 17.50: 8.50: 22.75: 17.35, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 1/11: 0/1, Top score: 49: 12*: 102*: 50, Balls bowled: 294: 138: 11,422: 3,258, Wickets: 7: 5: 183: 113, Bowling average: 38.00: 37.80: 32.39: 25.06, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 5: 2, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 2/1: 2/14: 7/45: 5/43, Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 4/–: 39/–: 32/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 7: 9: 67: 73
  • Runs scored: 105: 17: 2,002: 781
  • Batting average: 17.50: 8.50: 22.75: 17.35
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 1/11: 0/1
  • Top score: 49: 12*: 102*: 50
  • Balls bowled: 294: 138: 11,422: 3,258
  • Wickets: 7: 5: 183: 113
  • Bowling average: 38.00: 37.80: 32.39: 25.06
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 5: 2
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 2/1: 2/14: 7/45: 5/43
  • Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 4/–: 39/–: 32/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 21 October 2022

Abbott was born in 1992 and debuted for Australia in 2014. He is a right-handed batsman and bowler who can play allrounders. In ODI cricket, Abbott has scored 205 caps and last played against England in 2022.

His shirt number is 77 and he represents Australia across all formats of the game including T20I, ODIs, Test matches and One Day Internationals (ODIs). Sean Abbott made his international debut in October 2014 against Pakistan, and has since played 67 T20Is for New South Wales.

In February 2018 he was part of the Melbourne Stars team that won the Big Bash League title. Sean is a left-handed batsman who bowls right-arm medium pace. He was born on 5th October 1990 in Sydney, Australia and plays for Surrey in English county cricket as well as Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

40. Mujeeb Ur Rahman

Afghanistan national cricket team

Mujeeb Ur Rahman Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: T20, Matches: 1: 55: 36: 199, Runs scored: 18: 97: 32: 270, Batting average: 9.00: 6.92: 8.00: 7.50, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 15: 18*: 18: 27, Balls bowled: 90: 2,889: 804: 4,516, Wickets: 1: 79: 49: 223, Bowling average: 75.00: 24.75: 17.02: 22.36, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 1: 1: 2, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 1/75: 5/50: 5/20: 5/15, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 9/–: 6/–: 39/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: T20
  • Matches: 1: 55: 36: 199
  • Runs scored: 18: 97: 32: 270
  • Batting average: 9.00: 6.92: 8.00: 7.50
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 15: 18*: 18: 27
  • Balls bowled: 90: 2,889: 804: 4,516
  • Wickets: 1: 79: 49: 223
  • Bowling average: 75.00: 24.75: 17.02: 22.36
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 1: 1: 2
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 1/75: 5/50: 5/20: 5/15
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 9/–: 6/–: 39/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 30 December 2022

Mujeeb was born on March 28, 2001 in Khost, Afghanistan. He is a right-handed batsman and bowler who has represented Afghanistan since 2017. Mujeeb made his international debut during the 2017 ICC World Twenty20 in India where he played against Bangladesh.

In November 2018, he scored 110 not out for Kabul Eagles in an Afghan Premier League match against Kandahar Royals which helped them to win by eight wickets. Mujeeb is the younger brother of Noor Ali Zadran and cousin of Ibrahim Zadran both of whom also play international cricket for Afghanistan Mujeeb made his Twenty20 International debut for Afghanistan against Zimbabwe in February 2018.

He has played first-class cricket for Nangarhar Leopards and Kings XI Punjab since 2017. In January 2019, he was named in the Pakistan squad for the One Day International series against Sri Lanka, but did not play a match due to injury. Mujeeb is originally from Spin Ghar Region in Afghanistan, and is now a citizen of India after playing domestic cricket there from 2017 onwards. He made his Test debut for Afghanistan against Ireland in December 2017, scoring 32 runs off 43 balls before being dismissed LBW by Gary Wilson .

His final ODI appearance came on 30 November 2022 against Sri Lanka at Dambulla Stadium . Mujeeb also plays T20I cricket for Afghanistan, making his debut versus Zimbabwe in February 2018 and last appearing 4 November 2022 against Australia at the Brisbane Heat Cricket Ground

41. Cameron Boyce

Career

  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 7: 48: 48: 88, Runs scored: 4: 960: 229: 277, Batting average: 4.00: 17.14: 13.47: 10.65, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/5: 0/1: 0/1, Top score: 3: 66: 52: 51*, Balls bowled: 138: 7,580: 2,144: 1,828, Wickets: 8: 96: 55: 97, Bowling average: 19.00: 49.92: 35.61: 23.73, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 3: 0: 1, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 2/10: 7/68: 4/21: 5/21, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 30/–: 21/–: 13/–
  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 7: 48: 48: 88
  • Runs scored: 4: 960: 229: 277
  • Batting average: 4.00: 17.14: 13.47: 10.65
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/5: 0/1: 0/1
  • Top score: 3: 66: 52: 51*
  • Balls bowled: 138: 7,580: 2,144: 1,828
  • Wickets: 8: 96: 55: 97
  • Bowling average: 19.00: 49.92: 35.61: 23.73
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 3: 0: 1
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 2/10: 7/68: 4/21: 5/21
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 30/–: 21/–: 13/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 13 January 2022

Cameron Boyce is a right-handed bowler who played for Queensland in the T20I format. He debuted for Australia against Pakistan in October 2014 and has since featured regularly in the side.

Cameron Boyce made his List A debut for Adelaide Strikers in 2012, before switching to play for Queensland from 2015 onwards. In January 2016 he was part of Australia's squad that won the ICC World Twenty20 tournament held in India.

Cameron Boyce was born on July 27 1989, making him just 33 years old at present - an impressive age given his experience playing international cricket Cameron Boyce is a cricketer who has represented Australia in both Twenty20 and One Day Internationals.

Boyce made his international debut for Australia in December 2014, playing against New Zealand at the WACA Ground. He went on to make 48 appearances for Australia in T20Is, scoring 4 960 runs with an average of 17.14 and 10 565 with a strike rate of 130.77; he also took 8 wickets with an bowling average of 49.92 and best figures of 2/10 from 7 overs from the bowlers' end.

In January 2019, Boyce was named captain of Melbourne Renegades for their inaugural season in the Big Bash League (BBL). He led his team to two wins during their first three matches before being ruled out due to injury sustained earlier that month while batting against Hobart Hurricanes at Etihad Stadium; this ruled him out of Australian side's upcoming tour of South Africa later that year as well as contention for the BBL Player-of-the-Year award which he had been leading prior to his injury..

I'm gutted it won't be possible but I just want to thank my teammates, coaches and supporters who have all rallied around me," said Boyce after learning about his injuries..

42. Joe Clarke

Perth Scorchers

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 107: 62: 136, Runs scored: 6,291: 1,846: 3,353, Batting average: 37.44: 34.18: 26.61, 100s/50s: 18/28: 4/9: 3/21, Top score: 194: 139: 136, Balls bowled: 48: –: –, Wickets: 0: –: –, Bowling average: –: –: –, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –, 10 wickets in match: –: –: –, Best bowling: –: –: –, Catches/stumpings: 57/–: 22/2: 46/4
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 107: 62: 136
  • Runs scored: 6,291: 1,846: 3,353
  • Batting average: 37.44: 34.18: 26.61
  • 100s/50s: 18/28: 4/9: 3/21
  • Top score: 194: 139: 136
  • Balls bowled: 48: –: –
  • Wickets: 0: –: –
  • Bowling average: –: –: –
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: –
  • Best bowling: –: –: –
  • Catches/stumpings: 57/–: 22/2: 46/4
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 5 October 2022

Joe Clarke is a right-handed batsman and wicket-keeper who has played for Worcestershire since 2015. In 2017, he made his first appearance for the MCC in a List A match against Surrey.

Joe Clarke signed with Nottinghamshire in 2019 and has been part of their squad ever since. He was named captain of Welsh Fire in 2020, following the resignation of Dan Lawrence. Joe Clarke holds the record for being youngest player to score a century (in senior cricket) when he scored 106 not out for Worcester aged just 17 years old.

Joe Clarke has also represented England at U16 level and will be looking to represent them again at U19 level later this year Joe Clarke is a left-handed batsman and wicket keeper who has played for Worcestershire and Hampshire in first class cricket. He made his debut for Worcestershire against Hampshire in May 2015 and scored 106 not out, which was the highest score of the match.

In 2016 he signed with Lancashire but did not play any first class matches for them before being released at the end of that season. He returned to play for Hampshire during the 2017 County Championship where he helped them win their second consecutive title. Joe Clarke is currently contracted to Worcestershire until 2022 and will be hoping to help them retain their title this year

43. Tim David

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Career

  • Competition: T20I: LA: T20, Matches: 22: 16: 135, Runs scored: 714: 745: 2,881, Batting average: 37.57: 82.77: 30.97, 100s/50s: 0/5: 2/5: 0/12, Top score: 92*: 140*: 92*, Balls bowled: 164: 216: 426, Wickets: 5: 9: 12, Bowling average: 51.00: 16.77: 53.58, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 1/18: 3/26: 1/4, Catches/stumpings: 15/–: 12/–: 83/–
  • Competition: T20I: LA: T20
  • Matches: 22: 16: 135
  • Runs scored: 714: 745: 2,881
  • Batting average: 37.57: 82.77: 30.97
  • 100s/50s: 0/5: 2/5: 0/12
  • Top score: 92*: 140*: 92*
  • Balls bowled: 164: 216: 426
  • Wickets: 5: 9: 12
  • Bowling average: 51.00: 16.77: 53.58
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 1/18: 3/26: 1/4
  • Catches/stumpings: 15/–: 12/–: 83/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 31 October 2022

Tim David is a middle-order batsman who made his T20I debut for Singapore against Qatar in July 2019. He has since played four more T20Is for the Lions, including three of their last four fixtures.

David was born and raised in Singapore but represents Australia at international level. A right-handed batsman and bowler, he has been compared to Brendon McCullum due to his allround ability on the field Tim David is a batsman who plays for the Saint Lucia Kings in the T20I format.

He has played 22 matches and scored 16 runs with an average of 37.57, while also taking 2 wickets with an economy rate of 7.14. Tim David was born on January 8th, 1992 in Australia and he is currently 25 years old

44. Kane Richardson

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Kane Richardson Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 25: 35: 34: 93, Runs scored: 75: 17: 664: 467, Batting average: 15.00: 4.25: 13.83: 13.34, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 24*: 9: 49: 36, Balls bowled: 1,312: 738: 7,045: 4,960, Wickets: 39: 44: 102: 148, Bowling average: 31.79: 23.29: 34.36: 29.29, 5 wickets in innings: 1: 0: 1: 6, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 5/68: 4/30: 5/69: 6/48, Catches/stumpings: 7/–: 14/–: 10/–: 22/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 25: 35: 34: 93
  • Runs scored: 75: 17: 664: 467
  • Batting average: 15.00: 4.25: 13.83: 13.34
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 24*: 9: 49: 36
  • Balls bowled: 1,312: 738: 7,045: 4,960
  • Wickets: 39: 44: 102: 148
  • Bowling average: 31.79: 23.29: 34.36: 29.29
  • 5 wickets in innings: 1: 0: 1: 6
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 5/68: 4/30: 5/69: 6/48
  • Catches/stumpings: 7/–: 14/–: 10/–: 22/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 30 December 2022

Richardson started playing cricket at a young age and quickly became one of the best bowlers in Australia. He made his debut for Australia in 2013 and has since played 97 ODIs, taking 208 wickets at an average of 34.17.

Richardson is known for his fast-medium bowling style which can make life difficult for batsmen on both sides of the ground. In 2019, he was named ICC World Cup Player of the Tournament after taking 19 wickets during the tournament including 7/70 against England in the final match Kane Richardson made his international debut for Australia in the T20I format against Pakistan in 2014.

Kane has also represented Rajasthan Royals and Royal Challengers Bangalore during his career to date, but it was with Melbourne Renegades that he enjoyed the most success, making three finals appearances and winning two titles (2017/18 & 2020/21). He finished as Melbourne Renegades' leading run scorer for both seasons of their Big Bash League campaign, scoring 664 runs at an average of 15.00 over 26 matches.

Kane is a hard-hitting batsman who can score quickly on either side of the wicket, making him a valuable asset for any team looking to win knockout fixtures or tournaments. His domestic record speaks for itself - 73 ODIs and 35 T20Is - with 68 scores averaging 25 not out or more across those games along with 466 maximums scored.

45. Adam Zampa

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Adam Zampa Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20, Matches: 76: 72: 119: 218, Runs scored: 206: 48: 715: 255, Batting average: 9.36: 6.00: 15.21: 6.53, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/3: 0/0, Top score: 36: 13*: 66: 23, Balls bowled: 4,014: 1,541: 6,419: 4,585, Wickets: 127: 82: 194: 253, Bowling average: 28.66: 21.71: 29.42: 22.07, 5 wickets in innings: 1: 1: 1: 3, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 5/35: 5/19: 5/35: 6/19, Catches/stumpings: 16/–: 10/—: 26/–: 31/—
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20
  • Matches: 76: 72: 119: 218
  • Runs scored: 206: 48: 715: 255
  • Batting average: 9.36: 6.00: 15.21: 6.53
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/3: 0/0
  • Top score: 36: 13*: 66: 23
  • Balls bowled: 4,014: 1,541: 6,419: 4,585
  • Wickets: 127: 82: 194: 253
  • Bowling average: 28.66: 21.71: 29.42: 22.07
  • 5 wickets in innings: 1: 1: 1: 3
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 5/35: 5/19: 5/35: 6/19
  • Catches/stumpings: 16/–: 10/—: 26/–: 31/—
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 4 November 2022

Adam Zampa is a right-handed bowler and bats Right-handed. Born on March 31st 1992, Adam Zampa made his international debut for Australia in the 2016 ODI series against New Zealand.

In October 2017, he was named in the Melbourne Stars squad for their inaugural T20 Big Bash League season. He has played 82 Twenty20 Internationals for Australia, scoring 212 runs at an average of 16.82 with 2 half centuries and 4 fifties to his name so far..

Adam is contracted to Cricket Victoria until the end of 2020/21 seasons and will then join Sydney Thunder for BBL|19 & 20 Adam Zampa is a right-arm off spinner who has represented Australia in three different formats of the game. He made his international debut for New South Wales in 2012, and quickly established himself as one of the country's most promising prospects.

In 2013, he was signed by Sydney Thunder, where he played until 2019 before joining South Australia in 2020. His performances with both teams have seen him capped at various levels – including T20I and ODI cricket – and earn him numerous awards along the way. Adam currently represents New South Wales in all forms of the game, but is widely tipped to make an impact for Australia during their upcoming tour to India later this year.

46. Sam Billings

England cricket team

Sam Billings Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 3: 28: 82: 104, Runs scored: 66: 702: 3,536: 3,139, Batting average: 22.00: 33.42: 33.35: 41.30, 100s/50s: 0/0: 1/5: 6/15: 7/21, Top score: 36: 118: 171: 175, Catches/stumpings: 8/0: 19/1: 206/12: 88/9
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 3: 28: 82: 104
  • Runs scored: 66: 702: 3,536: 3,139
  • Batting average: 22.00: 33.42: 33.35: 41.30
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 1/5: 6/15: 7/21
  • Top score: 36: 118: 171: 175
  • Catches/stumpings: 8/0: 19/1: 206/12: 88/9

Sam Billings made his Test debut against Australia in January 2022. The 31-year-old has represented England since 2015 and was a part of the side that won the ICC World Cup in 2019.

Bilbo is renowned for his batting skills, having scored over 500 runs in Test matches and 2,000 ODI runs. He is also known as one of the best wicketkeepers in world cricket and played an important role during England's run to victory at the ICC World Cup 2019.

Outside of cricket, Sam is a student at Brunel University where he studies engineering Sam Billings is a right-handed batsman and wicketkeeper who has played for both Kent and Pakistan. Born in England, Sam made his first-class debut for Loughborough MCCU in 2011 before moving to play county cricket with Kent the following year.

He represented Pakistan at Under-19 level before making his full international debut against New Zealand in 2015. In 2017 he joined Delhi Daredevils, where he enjoyed success with the bat as well as being named MVP of the T20I series against West Indies that same year. He then moved to Sydney Sixers prior to the 2018/19 season, during which time he was awarded player of the tournament honours after scoring 454 runs from just 7 innings across all formats of the game.

This summer (2020/21) Sam will join Kolkata Knight Riders ahead of their inaugural stint in India's premier Twenty20 competition - IPL 2020/21. At 27 years old, Sam is still young enough to continue developing as an international cricketer and looks poised to do so over the coming years

47. Ben Dwarshuis

Sydney Sixers

Career

  • Competition: T20I: FC: List A: T20, Matches: 1: 4: 11: 101, Runs scored: 0: 63: 72: 429, Batting average: –: 12.60: 18.00: 17.16, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/1, Top score: 0*: 23: 31*: 66, Balls bowled: 18: 594: 462: 2,107, Wickets: 0: 12: 13: 122, Bowling average: –: 26.91: 31.76: 23.85, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 1, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: –: 4/48: 4/50: 5/26, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 1/–: 2/–: 23/–
  • Competition: T20I: FC: List A: T20
  • Matches: 1: 4: 11: 101
  • Runs scored: 0: 63: 72: 429
  • Batting average: –: 12.60: 18.00: 17.16
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/1
  • Top score: 0*: 23: 31*: 66
  • Balls bowled: 18: 594: 462: 2,107
  • Wickets: 0: 12: 13: 122
  • Bowling average: –: 26.91: 31.76: 23.85
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 1
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: –: 4/48: 4/50: 5/26
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 1/–: 2/–: 23/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 30 December 2022

Dwarshuis made his Twenty20 International debut for Australia against Pakistan in April 2022. He has since played five more T20Is, all of which have been as a bowler.

Dwarshuis was born and raised in Kareela, New South Wales, Australia. He is currently playing for the Sydney Sixers in the Big Bash League (BBL). Dwarshuis primarily bowls left-arm fast-medium but can also bowl offspinners with some success.

He has an impressive 100 T20I caps for Australia and holds the record for most wickets taken by an Australian player in that format of cricket. In September 2018, Dwarshuis signed with English side Essex on a one-year contract worth £40,000 (~$54,500).

Ben Dwarshuis is a right-handed batsman who has represented both Worcestershire and Birmingham Phoenix in first-class cricket. He made his One Day International debut for the Netherlands against South Africa in October 2018, scoring 26 runs from 49 balls before being dismissed by André Nel.

In December 2020, he was included in the Dutch squad for the 2021 ICC World T20 tournament and played four matches, making an unbeaten 23 not out against Scotland as they were eliminated from the competition. Ben Dwarshuis also plays for FC Twente in the Dutch Eredivisie and scored their only goal of their Europa League campaign against Swiss side Young Boys on Matchday 1 this season to take them into Round of 16 where they faced AEK Athens who beat them 3–1 after extra time to progress to next stage with Ben Dwarshuis contributing 32* runs off 43 balls including 5 sixes & 7 boundaries.

The 28 year old will be looking forward to representing his country at this summer's Cricket World Cup Qualifier which starts on September 4th 2022

48. Michael Neser

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 2: 2: 88: 63, Runs scored: 56: 8: 2,668: 773, Batting average: 18.66: 4.00: 25.40: 22.08, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 2/13: 1/2, Top score: 35: 6: 136: 122, Balls bowled: 281: 100: 15,748: 2,934, Wickets: 7: 2: 312: 80, Bowling average: 16.71: 60.00: 23.62: 32.06, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 9: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 3/22: 2/46: 6/57: 5/28, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 0/–: 38/–: 20/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 2: 2: 88: 63
  • Runs scored: 56: 8: 2,668: 773
  • Batting average: 18.66: 4.00: 25.40: 22.08
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 2/13: 1/2
  • Top score: 35: 6: 136: 122
  • Balls bowled: 281: 100: 15,748: 2,934
  • Wickets: 7: 2: 312: 80
  • Bowling average: 16.71: 60.00: 23.62: 32.06
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 9: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 3/22: 2/46: 6/57: 5/28
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 0/–: 38/–: 20/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 11 December 2022

Michael Neser is an all-rounder who has played for Australia since 2018. He made his Test debut against England in December 2021 and has also played ODIs, totalling 225 appearances.

Michael is a right-handed batsman and bowler but mainly bowls medium-fast deliveries. His father, Gert Neser, was also a professional cricketer and he passed on some of his skills to his son.

Michael studied at the University of Western Sydney where he achieved a Bachelor of Commerce degree before turning to sport full time Michael Neser is a left arm orthodox spinner who has represented both Queensland and Adelaide Strikers in first-class cricket.

He made his Test debut for Australia against Sri Lanka in December 2016, taking 2 wickets from 7 overs. In February 2017 he claimed 6/57 against South Africa to take his career best bowling figures in an innings, also toping the list of most 5 wicket hauls by any Australian bowler on debut.

Michael was born and raised in Brisbane, Queensland where he attended Holland Park School before later moving onto university at the University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame Cricket Club). After graduating from university, Michael signed with Kings XI Punjab for the 2018 IPL season but was unable to prevent them from being relegated at the end of their campaign.

49. Nathan Lyon

Australian Men’s Cricket Team

Nathan Lyon Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 112: 29: 191: 80, Runs scored: 1,247: 77: 2,231: 240, Batting average: 12.72: 19.25: 12.60: 13.33, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/2: 0/0, Top score: 47: 30: 75: 37*, Balls bowled: 29,152: 1,626: 46,824: 4,279, Wickets: 454: 29: 690: 90, Bowling average: 31.56: 46.00: 33.49: 38.84, 5 wickets in innings: 21: 0: 26: 0, 10 wickets in match: 3: 0: 4: 0, Best bowling: 8/50: 4/44: 8/50: 4/10, Catches/stumpings: 56/–: 7/–: 85/–: 34/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 112: 29: 191: 80
  • Runs scored: 1,247: 77: 2,231: 240
  • Batting average: 12.72: 19.25: 12.60: 13.33
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/2: 0/0
  • Top score: 47: 30: 75: 37*
  • Balls bowled: 29,152: 1,626: 46,824: 4,279
  • Wickets: 454: 29: 690: 90
  • Bowling average: 31.56: 46.00: 33.49: 38.84
  • 5 wickets in innings: 21: 0: 26: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 3: 0: 4: 0
  • Best bowling: 8/50: 4/44: 8/50: 4/10
  • Catches/stumpings: 56/–: 7/–: 85/–: 34/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 7 January 2023

Nathan Lyon is a right-arm off break bowler who has represented Australia since 2011. In Tests, he has taken 421 wickets at an average of 29.89 and scored 1766 runs with a highest score of 207 not out.

He made his One Day International debut in August 2011 against Sri Lanka and took 6/128 in the first innings before being dismissed for 10 by Rangana Herath in the second innings. His best performance came when he claimed 5/34 against South Africa earlier this year, ending their series win in the process as well as taking 2/32 from 8 overs during their final match to seal the victory for Australia..

Nathan Lyon is a left-handed batsman who made his Test debut for Australia in 2012. He had an impressive run scoring record in ODIs, with 191 runs from 29 matches at an average of 12.60. Lyon has also been successful in T20s, scoring 77 runs from 7 innings at an average of 20.00

50. Brad Hodge

Victoria cricket team

Brad Hodge Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 6: 25: 223: 251, Runs scored: 503: 786: 17,084: 9,127, Batting average: 55.88: 34.48: 48.81: 43.25, 100s/50s: 1/2: 1/3: 51/64: 29/38, Top score: 203*: 123*: 302*: 164, Balls bowled: 12: 66: 5,583: 1,734, Wickets: 0: 1: 74: 40, Bowling average: –: 51.00: 41.70: 38.85, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 1, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 0/8: 1/17: 4/17: 5/28, Catches/stumpings: 9/–: 16/–: 127/–: 93/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 6: 25: 223: 251
  • Runs scored: 503: 786: 17,084: 9,127
  • Batting average: 55.88: 34.48: 48.81: 43.25
  • 100s/50s: 1/2: 1/3: 51/64: 29/38
  • Top score: 203*: 123*: 302*: 164
  • Balls bowled: 12: 66: 5,583: 1,734
  • Wickets: 0: 1: 74: 40
  • Bowling average: –: 51.00: 41.70: 38.85
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 1
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 0/8: 1/17: 4/17: 5/28
  • Catches/stumpings: 9/–: 16/–: 127/–: 93/–
  • Source: CricInfo, 16 January 2010

Brad Hodge is a right-handed batsman who has played for Australia since 2005. He made his Test debut in November 2005 against the West Indies and went on to score 94 caps, last appearing in May 2008 against the same team.

Brad Hodge also plays for Victoria, having debuted for them in 1994. Brad Hodge made his ODI debut in 2005 against New Zealand. He also played Twenty20 cricket for the first time in 2007 against Zimbabwe. In ODIs, Brad Hodge has scored over 1000 runs and taken 50 wickets.

He retired from international cricket at the end of the 2017-18 season with a total of 184 caps to his name. Brad Hodge is now an Australian domestic coach and mentor for Victoria's under-19 side

51. Gurinder Sandhu

Sydney Thunder

Career

  • Competition: ODI: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 2: 45: 65: 68, Runs scored: –: 797: 270: 83, Batting average: –: 16.26: 12.85: 9.22, 100s/50s: –: 0/2: 0/1: 0/0, Top score: –: 97*: 51: 20*, Balls bowled: 120: 7,556: 3,309: 1,333, Wickets: 3: 117: 124: 69, Bowling average: 35.66: 30.73: 22.98: 26.11, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 4: 2: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 2/49: 6/57: 7/56: 4/22, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 19/–: 18/–: 18/–
  • Competition: ODI: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 2: 45: 65: 68
  • Runs scored: –: 797: 270: 83
  • Batting average: –: 16.26: 12.85: 9.22
  • 100s/50s: –: 0/2: 0/1: 0/0
  • Top score: –: 97*: 51: 20*
  • Balls bowled: 120: 7,556: 3,309: 1,333
  • Wickets: 3: 117: 124: 69
  • Bowling average: 35.66: 30.73: 22.98: 26.11
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 4: 2: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 2/49: 6/57: 7/56: 4/22
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 19/–: 18/–: 18/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 20 December 2022

Gurinder Sandhu is a bowler who made his international debut in 2015. He has played for Australia since then and had a successful ODI career, taking 206 wickets in 18 matches.

In first-class cricket, he has represented New South Wales and the Sydney Sixers in the domestic competition. Outside of cricket, Gurinder Sandhu is studying law at UNSW Sydney and hoping to become an attorney one day.

Gurinder Sandhu is an all-rounder who has represented India in both the ODI and T20 formats. He made his international debut for India in October of 2018, playing against Sri Lanka. In first-class cricket, Gurinder Sandhu has played for Punjab and Delhi Daredevils.

At domestic level he's best known for his performances with the Sydney Thunder where he currently plays as captain/bowler. His bowling figures are impressive, taking wickets at a rate of over 30 per match while batting at around 12 runs per innings

Final Words

. . . The Big Bash League (BBL) is a professional Twenty20 cricket league in Australia and one of the most popular domestic tournaments in the world. It has seen some of the best cricketers from around the world compete against each other, with many of them carving out successful careers in this format.

While there are a few players who have cemented their place as legends at the BBL level, there are also several youngsters who have shown great promise and could potentially be stars of tomorrow. Here are five such players:

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