Kolkata Knight Riders Best Players of Alltime

Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) is a franchise cricket team that represents the city of Kolkata in the Indian Premier League. Owned by Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan, actress Juhi Chawla and her spouse Jay Mehta, they play their home games at the iconic Eden Gardens stadium. The Knight Riders have enjoyed immense success since their inception in 2008, having won two IPL titles as well as three Champions League T20 tournaments. With a star-studded lineup including some of India’s most renowned cricketers such as Dinesh Karthik and Sunil Narine, it’s no surprise why KKR has become one of the most popular teams in all of India.

1. Pat Cummins

All-rounder

Pat Cummins Career

  • Australia (2011–present)

Cummins is a right-handed fast bowler who has played for Australia since 2011. Cummins made his Test debut against South Africa in November 2011 and has taken 423 wickets in total.

Cummins is known for his quick bowling and strong batting ability, which has helped him score many runs for Australia. Cummins signed with the Adelaide Strikers for the 2018–19 Big Bash League season and is expected to have an impact on their team.

Cummins will be playing in the IPL 2019 tournament after being bought by Kings XI Punjab ahead of the event. Cummins was awarded Australian Cricket Captaincy in February 2020, but he resigned less than a year later citing personal reasons Cummins made his ODI debut against South Africa in October 2011.

2. He has scored 324 runs from 75 matches for the Australia national team, including 116 runs in 20 ICC T20Is. 3. Cummins is a left-handed batsman and bowler who generally bowls offspinners or slow bowlers. 4. He played for Sydney Sixers in the Kolkata Knight Riders' inaugural season of the IPL before making a switch to Delhi Daredevils during the 2018/19 season.

5. Cummins has been selected for Australia's squad for their upcoming tour of England which starts on 22 November 2022

2. Andre Russell

All-rounder

Andre Russell Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20, Matches: 56: 67: 93: 431, Runs scored: 1,034: 741: 1,953: 7,275, Batting average: 27.21: 19.50: 32.54: 26.55, 100s/50s: 0/4: 0/1: 2/8: 2/28, Top score: 92*: 51: 132*: 121*, Balls bowled: 2,290: 891: 3,777: 6,891, Wickets: 70: 39: 131: 383, Bowling average: 31.84: 34.97: 26.09: 25.63, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 4: 1, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 4/35: 3/43: 6/28: 5/15, Catches/stumpings: 11/–: 16/-: 22/–: 185/-
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20
  • Matches: 56: 67: 93: 431
  • Runs scored: 1,034: 741: 1,953: 7,275
  • Batting average: 27.21: 19.50: 32.54: 26.55
  • 100s/50s: 0/4: 0/1: 2/8: 2/28
  • Top score: 92*: 51: 132*: 121*
  • Balls bowled: 2,290: 891: 3,777: 6,891
  • Wickets: 70: 39: 131: 383
  • Bowling average: 31.84: 34.97: 26.09: 25.63
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 4: 1
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 4/35: 3/43: 6/28: 5/15
  • Catches/stumpings: 11/–: 16/-: 22/–: 185/-
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 21 December 2022

Andre Russell is an all-rounder who represented West Indies from 2010 to 2021. He made his Test debut against Sri Lanka in November 2010 and has since played 15 matches, scoring 2 centuries and averaging 38.55 with the bat and 3 wickets per match with the ball.

Andre Russell was born on 29 April 1988 in Kingston, Jamaica . He started playing cricket at a young age and first came to prominence when he scored a century for King's College during the 2006–07 season of the Jamaican National Premier League (JNPL). In October 2007, he signed his first professional contract with Somerset County Cricket Club (ECB) where he played until February 2011 before joining Derbyshire County Cricket Club on a full-time basis in May 2011 as they prepared to compete in Division One of the English domestic league system for the first time ever .

In March 2012, after impressing during Derbyshire's successful campaign in Division Two of the English domestic league system, Andre Russell joined Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club on loan for their second spell in that division which ran from June 2012 until January 2013 . On 5 July 2014 it was announced that Dre Russ had transferred permanently to Nottinghamshire , making him their fifth overseas player following Graeme Swann , Graham Onions , Ryan Sidebottom and James Taylor . After being released by Nottinghamshire at the end of 2018 due to budget cuts within UK cricket, Dre Russ rejoined Somerset as a Kolpak player

3. Sunil Narine

Bowler

Sunil Narine Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: T20, Matches: 6: 65: 51: 435, Runs scored: 40: 363: 155: 3,355, Batting average: 8.00: 11.00: 10.33: 15.38, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/13, Top score: 22*: 36: 30: 79, Balls bowled: 1,650: 3,540: 1,102: 9,906, Wickets: 21: 92: 52: 474, Bowling average: 40.52: 26.46: 21.25: 20.89, 5 wickets in innings: 2: 2: 0: 1, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 6/91: 6/27: 4/12: 5/19, Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 14/–: 7/–: 92/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: T20
  • Matches: 6: 65: 51: 435
  • Runs scored: 40: 363: 155: 3,355
  • Batting average: 8.00: 11.00: 10.33: 15.38
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/13
  • Top score: 22*: 36: 30: 79
  • Balls bowled: 1,650: 3,540: 1,102: 9,906
  • Wickets: 21: 92: 52: 474
  • Bowling average: 40.52: 26.46: 21.25: 20.89
  • 5 wickets in innings: 2: 2: 0: 1
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 6/91: 6/27: 4/12: 5/19
  • Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 14/–: 7/–: 92/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 23 July 2022

Sunil Narine is a left-handed all-rounder who has played for West Indies since 2011. He made his Test debut against England in 2012 and has since played 50 matches, including 19 last time out against New Zealand.

In ODIs he has scored 162 runs from 163 balls and taken nine wickets at an average of 33.66 with best figures of 5/27 in 2016 against Pakistan Sunil Narine made his T20I debut for Trinidad and Tobago in 2012 against Australia.

He has since played for Sydney Sixers, Guyana Amazon Warriors, Cape Cobras, Trinbago Knight Riders and Lahore Qalandars in the format. Sunil Narine is a left-arm orthodox spinner who bats lower down the order but is handy with the ball as well, making him an useful all-rounder.

In 2019 he was one of seven players released by Kolkata Knight Riders following their relegation from the IPL league stage; he subsequently signed with newly formed side Oval Invincibles. Sunil Narine has so far taken 435 wickets at an average of 27 apiece in Tests, ODIs and T20Is combined - including four five-wicket hauls - meaning that if he continues to bowl at this rate it's only a matter of time before he qualifies for 100 Test matches or more.

4. Shakib Al Hasan

All-rounder

Shakib Al Hasan Career

Shakib is a left-handed batsman and bowler who has represented Bangladesh in Test, ODI and T20Is. Shakib made his Test debut against India in 2007 and has since played 81 matches, scoring over 6000 runs with five centuries including two world record scorers against Sri Lanka (200 not out) and England (300 not out).

In ODIs, he has scored over 4000 runs with 10 hundreds while also taking more than 100 wickets. He was selected as the ICC Player of the Year for 2016/17 season. At the age of 35, Shakib announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket after playing 22 Tests, 183 ODIs and 49 T20s for Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan is a Bangladeshi cricketer.

Shakib was born on November 3rd, 1988 in Chittagong, Bangladesh. He made his first-class debut for Khulna Division in 2004 at the age of 18 years old and has since gone on to represent Worcestershire, Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and Barbados Tridents in international cricket. In 2011 he became the fastest bowler in history to take 300 wickets in Tests when he took 4/158 against Sri Lanka at Rangiri Dambulla Stadium; this feat also saw him become only the third player – after Jim Laker and Muttiah Muralitharan – to take 500 Test wickets as well as 400 ODI wickets simultaneously.

His most recent achievements include being named ICC Cricketer of the Year for 2016 and winning two T20I World Cup titles with Sunrisers Hyderabad respectively in 2018 and 2019. Shakib currently holds the record for most Twenty20 International centuries (8), is joint second all-time with AB de Villiers on runs scored from T20Is (2,243), fourth overall behind Sachin Tendulkar, Ricky Ponting and Brian Lara with 6166 runs from 149 matches innings played across all formats of the game

5. Eoin Morgan

Batter

Eoin Morgan Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: T20, Matches: 16: 248[nb 1]: 115: 367, Runs scored: 700: 7,701: 2,458: 7,652, Batting average: 30.43: 39.29: 28.58: 26.11, 100s/50s: 2/3: 14/47: 0/14: 0/37, Top score: 130: 148: 91: 91, Catches/stumpings: 11/–: 87/–: 46/–: 158/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: T20
  • Matches: 16: 248[nb 1]: 115: 367
  • Runs scored: 700: 7,701: 2,458: 7,652
  • Batting average: 30.43: 39.29: 28.58: 26.11
  • 100s/50s: 2/3: 14/47: 0/14: 0/37
  • Top score: 130: 148: 91: 91
  • Catches/stumpings: 11/–: 87/–: 46/–: 158/–

Eoin Morgan is a left-handed middle-order batsman who has played for both Ireland and England. He made his Test debut in 2010 and went on to score over 1,000 runs in 19 Tests.

In 2013, he was named ICC Cricketer of the Year after scoring 2,598 runs at an average of 49.42 with six centuries and seven half-centuries. He retired from international cricket in March 2019 following England's victory against India in the 4th Ashes Test match which completed a 3–1 series win for England.

Eoin Morgan was born 10 September 1986 in Dublin, Ireland but moved to Berkshire when he was four years old because his father had been appointed head coach of the English national side (the only son of Irish parents does not have automatic citizenship). When Eoin Morgan was seventeen years old he scored 283 not out against Warwickshire which established him as one of the best young batsmen in English cricket and led to him being offered a full scholarship by Middlesex County Cricket Club where he started playing first class cricket during 2003 season while still attending secondary school.[2] Morgan made his List A debut for Middlesex against Gloucestershire on 26 April 2004 aged 16 years 296 days making him then youngest player ever to play List A cricket[3]and also became just third teenager – after Sachin Tendulkar (aged 17) & Justin Langer (aged 18) – ever to score 1000 or more first class runs before their eighteenth birthday [4].

He later joined Surrey county team during 2006 season where under guidance of former Australia captain Steve Waugh helped Surrey reach 2007 Lord’s final where they were defeated by Hampshire despite amassing 249/8 declared batting first on rain affected pitch[5]following that successful campaign Mitchell Johnson signed professional contract with Surrey becoming Hyderabad based allrounder’s mentor[6]. Morgan switched allegiance from Sussex county team prior 2008 season due lack playing opportunities there, however did represent Zimbabwe U19s at U19 World Cup Qualifier held between 11 January - 25 January 2005.[7][8][9]; eventually signing two year deal with Sussex upon returning home; achieving maiden century during this second spell leading club into 2011 Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy Final,[10]winning it beating Nottinghamshire by 118 run courtesy 119* aggregate; averaging 63* across formats including 36

6. Dinesh Karthik

Wicket-keeper

Dinesh Karthik Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC, Matches: 26: 94: 56: 167, Runs scored: 1,025: 1,752: 672: 9,620, Batting average: 25.00: 30.21: 29.21: 40.93, 100s/50s: 1/7: 0/9: 0/1: 28/43, Top score: 129*: 79: 55: 213, Catches/stumpings: 57/6: 64/7: 26/8: 387/45
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC
  • Matches: 26: 94: 56: 167
  • Runs scored: 1,025: 1,752: 672: 9,620
  • Batting average: 25.00: 30.21: 29.21: 40.93
  • 100s/50s: 1/7: 0/9: 0/1: 28/43
  • Top score: 129*: 79: 55: 213
  • Catches/stumpings: 57/6: 64/7: 26/8: 387/45
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 2 November 2022

Dinesh Karthik is a wicket-keeper batsman who has played for Tamil Nadu in the domestic Indian cricket circuit. He was born on 1 June 1985 in Madras, Tamil Nadu, India and started playing cricket at an early age.

Dinesh made his debut for Tamil Nadu in 2006 and went on to play 179 matches for them over the next seven years before moving to Rajasthan Royals during the 2012 season. In 2017, he joined Mumbai Indians as their new wicket-keeper batsman following the departure of Rohit Sharma from the team.

His first full international match came against Sri Lanka in January 2018 where he scored 18 runs off 27 balls with a single half century score coming against Bangladesh later that year also scoring a few ducks along the way but holding onto his place within both teams squads going into 2019 World Cup qualifiers campaign..

7. Shubman Gill

Batter

Shubman Gill Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC, Matches: 12: 14: 2: 39, Runs scored: 709: 674: 52: 3,251, Batting average: 33.76: 61.27: 26: 54.18, 100s/50s: 1/4: 1/4: 0/0: 9/16, Top score: 110: 130: 7: 268, Catches/stumpings: 8/–: 6/–: 0/–: 25/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC
  • Matches: 12: 14: 2: 39
  • Runs scored: 709: 674: 52: 3,251
  • Batting average: 33.76: 61.27: 26: 54.18
  • 100s/50s: 1/4: 1/4: 0/0: 9/16
  • Top score: 110: 130: 7: 268
  • Catches/stumpings: 8/–: 6/–: 0/–: 25/–

Shubman Gill is an opening batter for India and made his Test debut against Australia in December 2020. He has also played one ODI against New Zealand in January 2019, scoring a century on debut.

Gill was born in Fazilka, Punjab, India and first represented the country at Under-19 level before making his senior international debut in February 2018. Shubman Gill made his Test debut against Sri Lanka in 2019 and has since scored two centuries.

He is a left-handed batsman and bowls right-arm off spin. Shubman Gill was born on 15 January 1998 in Chandigarh, India. He first played for Punjab at the age of 16 before moving to Kolkata Knight Riders for the 2017–18 season. In February 2019, he became the fastest Indian ever to score 2,000 runs in T20Is when he reached that milestone within just 11 games playing for Gujarat Titans .

On 30 November 2022, Shubman Gill made his One Day International (ODI) debut against New Zealand and went on to score 74 not out from 99 balls as India won by seven wickets . 7. He followed this up with an unbeaten 70 from 34 balls as part of India's victorious run chase in the next ODI against Australia four days later . 8. His efforts helped propel India into fourth place on the ICC World Twenty20 rankings at the end of their campaign in Bangladesh , which also saw him named Man Of The Match twice – once each against Pakistan and South Africa .

9 Finally, Shubman Gill ended 2018–19 with 190 runs at an average of 54 batting First Class Level including 4 half centuries and 1 century

8. Shreyas Iyer

Batter

Shreyas Iyer Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC, Matches: 5: 32: 47: 60, Runs scored: 422: 1,271: 1030: 5,122, Batting average: 46.88: 47.07: 32.18: 51.73, 100s/50s: 1/3: 2/12: 0/7: 13/27, Top score: 105: 113*: 74*: 202*, Balls bowled: –: 31: 2: 565, Wickets: –: 0: 0: 4, Bowling average: –: –: –: 100.25, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: –: –: 0, Best bowling: –: –: –: 2/29, Catches/stumpings: 8/–: 15/–: 13/–: 45/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC
  • Matches: 5: 32: 47: 60
  • Runs scored: 422: 1,271: 1030: 5,122
  • Batting average: 46.88: 47.07: 32.18: 51.73
  • 100s/50s: 1/3: 2/12: 0/7: 13/27
  • Top score: 105: 113*: 74*: 202*
  • Balls bowled: –: 31: 2: 565
  • Wickets: –: 0: 0: 4
  • Bowling average: –: –: –: 100.25
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: –: 0
  • Best bowling: –: –: –: 2/29
  • Catches/stumpings: 8/–: 15/–: 13/–: 45/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 22 December 2022

Shreyas Iyer is an Indian cricketer who made his Test debut in December 2021 against New Zealand. He has played for India since 2017 and was part of the side that won the 2019 World Cup.

In ODI cricket, Iyer has represented India at two tournaments - the 2017 Asia Cup and 2018 ICC Champions Trophy - as well as three matches during the 2019 World Cup campaign. Shreyas Iyer made his Test debut in November 2017 against New Zealand.

2. He has played 47 ODIs and 60 T20Is for India since 2013/14, including 22 T20Is for the Delhi Capitals in 2020. 3. Shreyas Iyer is a left-handed batsman and bowls right-arm offspin. 4. In first-class cricket, he has scored 1,271 runs at an average of 47.07 with 12 centuries and 27 half-centuries over 53 matches spread across four seasons with Mumbai (2013/14 to 2016/17).

5. Shreyas Iyer was signed by the Kolkata Knight Riders ahead of the 2022 season but did not feature in their inaugural campaign due to injury

9. Nitish Rana

Batter

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 41: 60: 153, Runs scored: 2436: 1951: 3545, Batting average: 41.28: 39.81: 27.91, 100s/50s: 6/11: 3/11: 0/24, Top score: 174: 137: 97, Balls bowled: 1,689: 1,448: 577, Wickets: 23: 33: 29, Bowling average: 38.39: 34.75: 23.24, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 3/47: 3/36: 4/17, Catches/stumpings: 23/–: 16/–: 39/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 41: 60: 153
  • Runs scored: 2436: 1951: 3545
  • Batting average: 41.28: 39.81: 27.91
  • 100s/50s: 6/11: 3/11: 0/24
  • Top score: 174: 137: 97
  • Balls bowled: 1,689: 1,448: 577
  • Wickets: 23: 33: 29
  • Bowling average: 38.39: 34.75: 23.24
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 3/47: 3/36: 4/17
  • Catches/stumpings: 23/–: 16/–: 39/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 29 July 2021

Nitish Rana is an all-rounder who has represented India in limited-overs cricket. He was born on 27 December 1993 in Delhi, India, and made his ODI debut for India against Sri Lanka in July 2021.

In T20I cricket, he made his début for India against Sri Lanka in July 2021 and has since featured in three more matches. Nitish Rana married Saachi Marwah in 2019 and the couple have one child together.

Nitish Rana is a left-handed batsman and wicketkeeper who has played for several teams in the Indian Premier League (IPL). 2. He made his debut for Delhi in the 2011 IPL season and went on to play 41 matches for them over two seasons.

3. In 2015, he moved to Mumbai Indians where he played 60 more matches before joining Kolkata Knight Riders ahead of the 2017 IPL season. 4. Nitish has scored 2436 runs at an average of 41.28 with 153 scores of 50 or more, including a career-best 174 against Chennai Super Kings in 2016.

5. His best bowling figures came during the 2016 IPL when he took 3/47 from 19 overs, while his catches and stumpings statistics are both very good too – 23 dismissals as keeper and 16 fielders caught behind him respectively

10. Venkatesh Iyer

All-rounder

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 2: 9: 10: 32, Runs scored: 24: 133: 545: 1252, Batting average: 12.00: 33.25: 36.33: 48.15, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/6: 4/4, Top score: 22: 35*: 93: 198, Balls bowled: 30: 55: 786: 669, Wickets: 0: 5: 7: 19, Bowling average: –: 15.00: 48.57: 32.57, 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: –: 2/23: 2/22: 3/55, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 4/–: 4/–: 17/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 2: 9: 10: 32
  • Runs scored: 24: 133: 545: 1252
  • Batting average: 12.00: 33.25: 36.33: 48.15
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/6: 4/4
  • Top score: 22: 35*: 93: 198
  • Balls bowled: 30: 55: 786: 669
  • Wickets: 0: 5: 7: 19
  • Bowling average: –: 15.00: 48.57: 32.57
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: –: 2/23: 2/22: 3/55
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 4/–: 4/–: 17/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 04 March 2022

Venkatesh Iyer is an all-rounder who has represented India in both One Day Internationals (ODIs) and Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is). Venky made his debut for India against South Africa in January 2022, and went on to play his last international match against Sri Lanka just a month later.

In both formats of the game, Venky has shown notable batting and bowling abilities, with the ability to bat at either number three or four position. As well as playing for India domestically, Venky also represents Maharashtra in domestic cricket competitions. Born in 1994, Venkatesh Iyer is only 28 years old - making him one of the youngest players ever to represent India internationally.

Venkatesh Iyer started playing cricket at a very young age and quickly became one of the best players in his state. In 2015, he made his international debut for India and has since played 10 matches for them, scoring 16 runs with two half-centuries. He has also been a regular fixture in the Indian T20 side and is currently their leading wicket-taker with 19 dismissals from 32 matches. Venkatesh Iyer is contracted to play for Kolkata Knight Riders until 2021 and will be looking to continue his successful career in international cricket.

11. Varun Chakravarthy

Bowler

Career

  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 6: 1: 9: 43, Runs scored: 0: –: 60: 12, Batting average: 0.00: –: 20.00: 3.00, 100s/50s: 0/0: –: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 0: –: 32: 7*, Balls bowled: 135: 234: 520: 873, Wickets: 2: 1: 22: 40, Bowling average: 66.00: 105.00: 16.68: 29.45, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 1: 1, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 1/18: 1/105: 5/38: 5/20, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 0/–: 2/–: 4/–
  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 6: 1: 9: 43
  • Runs scored: 0: –: 60: 12
  • Batting average: 0.00: –: 20.00: 3.00
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: –: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 0: –: 32: 7*
  • Balls bowled: 135: 234: 520: 873
  • Wickets: 2: 1: 22: 40
  • Bowling average: 66.00: 105.00: 16.68: 29.45
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 1: 1
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 1/18: 1/105: 5/38: 5/20
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 0/–: 2/–: 4/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 8 January 2022

Varun Chakravarthy is a right-handed bowler who made his international debut for India in the T20I format against Sri Lanka in July 2021. He has played for Tamil Nadu since 2018, and has taken part in ten T20Is as well as four Tests and three ODIs.

Varun was born on 29 August 1991 in Bidar, Karnataka, India. His father Vinod also played cricket professionally and coached Varun from an early age. After representing Karnataka at under-16 level, Varun moved to Chennai to pursue his career goals of playing first-class cricket and making a name for himself internationally – he hasn't looked back since.

In 2017–18 season, Varun took 15 wickets across all formats with best figures of 4/39 against Madhya Pradesh; this helped him win the Vijay Hazare Award that year (the highest accolade a domestic cricketer can receive). Varun's consistency with both batting and bowling over various formats makes him one of the most feared players on the Indian subcontinent - he will be looking to add further silverware to his cabinet when Tamil Nadu take on rivals like Kerala later this season.

12. Umesh Yadav

Bowler

Umesh Yadav Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC, Matches: 53: 75: 10: 102, Runs scored: 437: 79: 22: 1,056, Batting average: 12.20: 7.90: 2.00: 14.46, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 1/1, Top score: 31: 18*: 20*: 128*, Balls bowled: 8,025: 3558: 150: 17,082, Wickets: 164: 106: 12: 327, Bowling average: 29.39: 33.63: 24.33: 28.93, 5 wickets in innings: 3: 0: 0: 15, 10 wickets in match: 1: 0: 0: 2, Best bowling: 6/88: 4/31: 2/19: 7/48, Catches/stumpings: 17/–: 22/–: 3/–: 35/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC
  • Matches: 53: 75: 10: 102
  • Runs scored: 437: 79: 22: 1,056
  • Batting average: 12.20: 7.90: 2.00: 14.46
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 1/1
  • Top score: 31: 18*: 20*: 128*
  • Balls bowled: 8,025: 3558: 150: 17,082
  • Wickets: 164: 106: 12: 327
  • Bowling average: 29.39: 33.63: 24.33: 28.93
  • 5 wickets in innings: 3: 0: 0: 15
  • 10 wickets in match: 1: 0: 0: 2
  • Best bowling: 6/88: 4/31: 2/19: 7/48
  • Catches/stumpings: 17/–: 22/–: 3/–: 35/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 22 December 2022

Umesh Yadav is an Indian fast bowler who has played for India since 2010. He made his Test debut in 2011 and has taken 272 wickets in 29 Tests. Umesh Yadav is a right-handed batsman and right arm fast bowler, who bowls at around 145 km/h (90 mph).

In domestic cricket, Umesh Yadav represented Maharashtra in the Ranji Trophy from 2006 to 2009, before moving to Rajasthan in the IPL where he remained until 2014. His international breakthrough came when he took 4 for 33 against West Indies in November 2011 – his best performance on Test debut – helping India win that match by 191 runs.

As of December 2022, Umesh Yadav's last Test was against Bangladesh which India won by 104 runs; this earned him Man of the Match recognition . Umesh Yadav is a right-handed batsman who has played first-class cricket for Vidarbha and Delhi Daredevils. He made his Test debut in 2018 against West Indies, scoring 22 runs before being dismissed by Kemar Roach.

In ODIs, he's batted mostly at number three and scored 1052 runs at an average of 41.92 with two centuries including the 164 not out against Zimbabwe in 2010 which was one of his most memorable performances to date. Umesh Yadav is also a handy bowler having taken 102 wickets from 53 matches at an average of 29.27 including 5 fivewicket hauls. His final ODI appearance will be on 24 October 2018 against the Windies

13. Sheldon Jackson

Batter

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 76: 55: 54, Runs scored: 5,634: 1,869: 998, Batting average: 49.42: 36.64: 22.17, 100s/50s: 19/27: 6/10: 0/5, Top score: 186: 150*: 73*, Balls bowled: 90: –: –, Wickets: 2: –: –, Bowling average: 28.00: –: –, 5 wickets in innings: 0: –: –, 10 wickets in match: 0: –: –, Best bowling: 1/14: –: –, Catches/stumpings: 53/2: 30/8: 29/3
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 76: 55: 54
  • Runs scored: 5,634: 1,869: 998
  • Batting average: 49.42: 36.64: 22.17
  • 100s/50s: 19/27: 6/10: 0/5
  • Top score: 186: 150*: 73*
  • Balls bowled: 90: –: –
  • Wickets: 2: –: –
  • Bowling average: 28.00: –: –
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: –: –
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: –: –
  • Best bowling: 1/14: –: –
  • Catches/stumpings: 53/2: 30/8: 29/3
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 23 March 2020

Sheldon Jackson was born on 27 September 1986 in Bhavnagar, Gujarat, India. He played for Saurashtra from 2006 to 2019 and represented Kolkata Knight Riders (2009-2010), Royal Challengers Bangalore (2013-2014) and Puducherry (2020-2021).

Sheldon is a right arm off break bowler who bats right handed. His Wicket Keeper duties have seen him represent Saurashtra in all 3 formats of the game - T20s, ODIs and Test Matches. In December 2021 he signed with his new team Puducherry for the upcoming season.

Sheldon Jackson is a West Indian cricketer who has played for the Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League (IPL). He was born on 14 November 1988, in Saint Lucia and raised in Barbados. After making his debut for Barbados Under-19s at just 16 years old, he made his first-class debut for them later that year.

He made his Test cricket debut for the West Indies against Zimbabwe in 2007 but only played one further match before being dropped from the side due to disciplinary issues. Jackson then moved to English county Gloucestershire where he spent three seasons playing Minor Counties Championship cricket before signing with Kolkata Knight Riders ahead of their inaugural IPL season in 2011.

In 2018, he was named Player of the Tournament after leading KL Rahul’s team to victory in both the playoffs and final stages of the tournament; this was KL Rahul’s second consecutive title as captain of KKR following their maiden win under Rohit Sharma two seasons earlier.. Sheldon Jackson retired from international cricket after appearing as a substitute fielder during West Indies' tour of New Zealand last winter after suffering an injury while playing club cricket back home island ..

14. Brendon McCullum

Batter

Brendon McCullum Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC, Matches: 101: 260: 71: 150, Runs scored: 6,453: 6,083: 2,140: 9,210, Batting average: 38.64: 30.41: 35.66: 37.13, 100s/50s: 12/31: 5/32: 2/13: 17/46, Top score: 302: 166: 123: 302, Balls bowled: 175: –: –: 259, Wickets: 1: –: –: 1, Bowling average: 88.00: –: –: 140.00, 5 wickets in innings: 0: –: –: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: –: –: 0, Best bowling: 1/1: –: –: 1/1, Catches/stumpings: 198/11: 262/15: 36/8: 308/19
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC
  • Matches: 101: 260: 71: 150
  • Runs scored: 6,453: 6,083: 2,140: 9,210
  • Batting average: 38.64: 30.41: 35.66: 37.13
  • 100s/50s: 12/31: 5/32: 2/13: 17/46
  • Top score: 302: 166: 123: 302
  • Balls bowled: 175: –: –: 259
  • Wickets: 1: –: –: 1
  • Bowling average: 88.00: –: –: 140.00
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: –: –: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: –: –: 0
  • Best bowling: 1/1: –: –: 1/1
  • Catches/stumpings: 198/11: 262/15: 36/8: 308/19
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 7 November 2021

Brendon McCullum is a New Zealand international cricketer who has played for his country since 2002. He is best known as an opening batsman and wicket-keeper, but can also bowl right-arm medium pace.

Brendon McCullum made his Test debut in 2002 against Australia at Dunedin, and went on to score over 3000 runs in Tests, including two centuries and thirteen fifties. He was the leading run scorer in the 2013–14 touring Sri Lanka cricket team, scoring 842 runs in six matches at an average of 58.50 – second only to Sachin Tendulkar (973).

Brendon McCullum won the ICC World Cup 2011 with New Zealand as their captain after beating England by 6 wickets in the final at Wankhede Stadium Mumbai India . In December 2014 he announced that he would retire from all forms of international cricket after the 2015 Cricket World Cup which saw New Zealand make it to the semi finals where they were narrowly beaten by eventual champions Australia .

On 17 March 2016 Brendon completed 200 ODIs making him one of only eleven players to achieve this feat and also equal joint fourth all time with Brian Lara on 4378 ODI runs behind Sachin Tendulkar (4763), Rahul Dravid (4921) & MS Dhoni (5000)

15. Tim Southee

Bowler

Tim Southee Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC, Matches: 88: 148: 107: 129, Runs scored: 1,855: 705: 261: 2,689, Batting average: 16.13: 12.36: 10.87: 16.76, 100s/50s: 0/5: 0/1: 0/0: 1/7, Top score: 77*: 55: 39: 156, Balls bowled: 20,089: 7,477: 2,335: 27,475, Wickets: 347: 199: 134: 511, Bowling average: 28.99: 33.97: 23.72: 26.77, 5 wickets in innings: 14: 3: 1: 25, 10 wickets in match: 1: 0: 0: 1, Best bowling: 7/64: 7/33: 5/18: 8/27, Catches/stumpings: 69/–: 40/–: 53/–: 82/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC
  • Matches: 88: 148: 107: 129
  • Runs scored: 1,855: 705: 261: 2,689
  • Batting average: 16.13: 12.36: 10.87: 16.76
  • 100s/50s: 0/5: 0/1: 0/0: 1/7
  • Top score: 77*: 55: 39: 156
  • Balls bowled: 20,089: 7,477: 2,335: 27,475
  • Wickets: 347: 199: 134: 511
  • Bowling average: 28.99: 33.97: 23.72: 26.77
  • 5 wickets in innings: 14: 3: 1: 25
  • 10 wickets in match: 1: 0: 0: 1
  • Best bowling: 7/64: 7/33: 5/18: 8/27
  • Catches/stumpings: 69/–: 40/–: 53/–: 82/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 9 January 2023

Tim Southee is a right-handed bowler who has played test cricket for New Zealand since 2008. He made his first international appearance in March 2008 against England and has since taken part in 167 tests, 98 ODIs and 27 T20s for the Kiwis.

A leg break bowler, Tim Southee is known for his accuracy with the ball, having claimed over 1000 Test wickets at an average of 32.8 from 237 appearances. In 2007 he won the ICC World Cup player of the tournament award after claiming six wickets in five matches including 2/27 off 11 balls to help New Zealand reach the final where they were beaten by Sri Lanka Tim Southee is a New Zealand international cricketer who made his Test debut in 2008 against England.

He has played 148 matches for the Kiwis, amassing 107 runs and 129 wickets at an average of 16.13 with a best performance of 7/49 against Sri Lanka in 2014-15. In all formats he has 88 appearances to his name, scoring 261 runs and taking 107 wickets at an average of 16.76 apiece - impressive figures for any player. The 30-year-old spin bowler was signed by Kolkata Knight Riders ahead of the 2021 season and will be hoping to help them win their first IPL title since 2013 when they finished runners up to Chennai Super Kings

16. Gautam Gambhir

Batter

Gautam Gambhir Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I, Matches: 58: 147: 37, Runs scored: 4,154: 5,238: 932, Batting average: 41.95: 39.68: 27.41, 100s/50s: 9/22: 11/34: 0/7, Top score: 206: 150*: 75, Balls bowled: 12: 6: –, Wickets: 0: 0: –, Bowling average: –: –: –, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –, 10 wickets in match: –: –: –, Best bowling: –: –: –, Catches/stumpings: 38/–: 36/–: 11/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I
  • Matches: 58: 147: 37
  • Runs scored: 4,154: 5,238: 932
  • Batting average: 41.95: 39.68: 27.41
  • 100s/50s: 9/22: 11/34: 0/7
  • Top score: 206: 150*: 75
  • Balls bowled: 12: 6: –
  • Wickets: 0: 0: –
  • Bowling average: –: –: –
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: –
  • Best bowling: –: –: –
  • Catches/stumpings: 38/–: 36/–: 11/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 29 January 2017

Gambhir is a popular cricketer and politician. He has represented East Delhi in the Lok Sabha since May 2019. Gambhir played for India at various international tournaments, most notably the 2007 World Cup and the 2011 ICC Champions Trophy.

In domestic cricket, he is best known for his years with Rajasthan Royals, where he scored over 3000 runs in all formats of the game. Gambhir was born to a Kannada-speaking family in New Delhi, India on 14 October 1981 . After playing first-class cricket for several teams in Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat and Rajasthan during 2000–01 season Gambhir made his Test debut against Sri Lanka at Galle on 15 December 2001 scoring 38 not out off only 28 balls as an opener making him also youngest Indian batsman to open the batting in Tests history beating Vijay Manohar Gokul's record by 2 days .

On 6 January 2002 , aged 19 years 337 days (at 20:11 hrs IST)Gambhir became second youngest Indian player after Sachin Tendulkar to score 10 000 runs in First Class Cricket with 11 408 runs @ 51 % average including 4 centuries & 7 50s ..He overtook VVS Laxman’s tally of 10000 Runs @ 31st Dec 2009 .. NDTV Awards – Best Cricketer (2004), Best Player of National Team Award(2005), ‘Best Bowler’ award (2006) while being captain of Royal Challengers Bangalore – BCCI Domestic League MVP (2009). Member Of Parliament from east delhi loks sabha election held on 23 may 2019 defeating maheish girri who contested elections from same constituency 3 times earlier

17. Shivam Mavi

Bowler

Career

  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 3: 6: 16, Runs scored: 26: 115: 74, Batting average: 26.00: 19.16: 7.40, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 26: 42: 22, Balls bowled: 54: 1,068: 658, Wickets: 4: 25: 22, Bowling average: 20.25: 21.60: 27.81, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 1: 1, 10 wickets in match: n/a: 0: n/a, Best bowling: 4/22: 5/68: 5/73, Catches/stumpings: 2/-: 0/–: 7/–
  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 3: 6: 16
  • Runs scored: 26: 115: 74
  • Batting average: 26.00: 19.16: 7.40
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 26: 42: 22
  • Balls bowled: 54: 1,068: 658
  • Wickets: 4: 25: 22
  • Bowling average: 20.25: 21.60: 27.81
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 1: 1
  • 10 wickets in match: n/a: 0: n/a
  • Best bowling: 4/22: 5/68: 5/73
  • Catches/stumpings: 2/-: 0/–: 7/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 7 January 2023

Shivam Mavi is a 24-year-old bowler who has played for India in T20Is and ODIs. Shivam Mavi made his first international appearance against Sri Lanka in January 2023, taking three wickets in the match.

In 2018, Shivam Mavi joined Uttar Pradesh as their new bowling coach after spending two years with Gujarat cricket team. Shivam Mavi is a talented cricketer who made his debut for Kolkata Knight Riders in the 2018–2022 season.

He has played 16 matches and scored 26 runs with 74 balls bowled and 42 not outs. Shivam's best performance came against Gujarat Titans where he took 5 wickets and conceded only 22 runs in 4 overs of bowling. He is currently playing for Gujarat Titans in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

18. Yusuf Pathan

All-rounder

Yusuf Pathan Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20: FC: List A, Matches: 57: 274: 100: 199, Runs scored: 810: 4,852: 4,825: 4,797, Batting average: 27.00: 27.56: 34.01: 33.78, 100s/50s: 2/3: 1/21: 11/20: 9/28, Top score: 123*: 100: 210*: 148, Balls bowled: 1,490: 2,210: 13,384: 6,034, Wickets: 33: 99: 201: 124, Bowling average: 41.36: 28.42: 32.67: 41.39, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 14: 2, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 2: 0, Best bowling: 3/49: 4/01: 6/40: 5/52, Catches/stumpings: 17/–: 86/–: 80/–: 83/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20: FC: List A
  • Matches: 57: 274: 100: 199
  • Runs scored: 810: 4,852: 4,825: 4,797
  • Batting average: 27.00: 27.56: 34.01: 33.78
  • 100s/50s: 2/3: 1/21: 11/20: 9/28
  • Top score: 123*: 100: 210*: 148
  • Balls bowled: 1,490: 2,210: 13,384: 6,034
  • Wickets: 33: 99: 201: 124
  • Bowling average: 41.36: 28.42: 32.67: 41.39
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 14: 2
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 2: 0
  • Best bowling: 3/49: 4/01: 6/40: 5/52
  • Catches/stumpings: 17/–: 86/–: 80/–: 83/–
  • Source: ESPNCricinfo, 15 April 2021

Yusuf Pathan is an all-rounder who has played for India since 2007. He was a part of the team that won the 2011 World Cup and also took part in the 2013 Champions Trophy, where they finished as runners up.

Yusuf made his One Day International (ODI) debut for India against Pakistan in 2008 and has played 172 ODIs to date, scoring 2,706 runs at 34.92 with a best performance of 153 not out against Sri Lanka in 2012.

He also bowls right arm off break and has taken 43 wickets at 26.65 with a best performance of 5/41 against Australia in 2009 Yusuf Pathan is a right-handed batsman and right-arm bowler. Yusuf Pathan made his ODI debut against Pakistan in March 2012, scoring 38 not out in the process.

He has also played for Rajasthan Royals and Kolkata Knight Riders, both of which he represented at international level. In T20Is, however, Yusuf Pathan's best performance came when he was part of the Sunrisers Hyderabad side that won the 2017 edition of the tournament. His last match came against South Africa in March 2012 with him taking 2 wickets for 18 runs apiece to finish as Man of the Match on each occasion.

Yusuf Pathan retired from all forms of cricket after India's loss to England in Cricket World Cup 2019 final

19. Lockie Ferguson

Bowler

Lockie Ferguson Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 44: 26: 45: 82, Runs scored: 80: 15: 505: 198, Batting average: 7.27: 7.50: 13.64: 7.07, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 19: 14: 41: 24, Balls bowled: 2,358: 566: 7,123: 4,248, Wickets: 77: 39: 161: 148, Bowling average: 28.71: 17.30: 24.68: 26.02, 5 wickets in innings: 1: 1: 11: 4, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 1: 0, Best bowling: 5/45: 5/21: 7/34: 6/27, Catches/stumpings: 11/–: 6/–: 16/–: 21/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 44: 26: 45: 82
  • Runs scored: 80: 15: 505: 198
  • Batting average: 7.27: 7.50: 13.64: 7.07
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 19: 14: 41: 24
  • Balls bowled: 2,358: 566: 7,123: 4,248
  • Wickets: 77: 39: 161: 148
  • Bowling average: 28.71: 17.30: 24.68: 26.02
  • 5 wickets in innings: 1: 1: 11: 4
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 1: 0
  • Best bowling: 5/45: 5/21: 7/34: 6/27
  • Catches/stumpings: 11/–: 6/–: 16/–: 21/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 9 January 2023

Lockie Ferguson made his Test debut for New Zealand against Australia in December 2019. He had earlier represented the country in ODIs, making his debut against Australia in 2016.

Lockie Ferguson is a right-arm fast bowler who has played for Auckland and Otago sides before joining the national team in 2016. His best performance to date came during the third Test of the 2018–19 series against India, where he took six wickets at an average of 36.50 including a spell of 4/30 from 15 overs which helped secure victory for New Zealand by 161 runs .

In total, Ferguson has taken 276 Test wickets at an average of 34.11 with two five-wicket hauls – both achieved against Australia Lockie Ferguson made his international debut for New Zealand in the 2017 T20I series against Bangladesh. He has continued to feature regularly for NZ in limited-overs cricket, and last played an international match in November 2022 against India.

Lockie Ferguson plays primarily as a batsman but can also bowl medium pace effectively. Outside of cricket, he is studying business at university and works part-time as a fitness instructor when not playing or training with his team..

20. Ajinkya Rahane

Ajinkya Rahane Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: LA, Matches: 82: 90: 20: 167, Runs scored: 4931: 2962: 375: 6,054, Batting average: 38.52: 35.26: 20.83: 39.56, 100s/50s: 12/25: 3/24: 0/1: 10/42, Top score: 188: 111: 61*: 187, Balls bowled: –: –: 108: 42, Wickets: –: –: 0: 3, Bowling average: –: –: –: 14.33, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: –: –: 0, Best bowling: –: –: –: 2/36, Catches/stumpings: 99/–: 48/–: 167/–: 80/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: LA
  • Matches: 82: 90: 20: 167
  • Runs scored: 4931: 2962: 375: 6,054
  • Batting average: 38.52: 35.26: 20.83: 39.56
  • 100s/50s: 12/25: 3/24: 0/1: 10/42
  • Top score: 188: 111: 61*: 187
  • Balls bowled: –: –: 108: 42
  • Wickets: –: –: 0: 3
  • Bowling average: –: –: –: 14.33
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: –: 0
  • Best bowling: –: –: –: 2/36
  • Catches/stumpings: 99/–: 48/–: 167/–: 80/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 14 January 2022

Ajinkya Rahane is an Indian batsman who has represented his country in Tests and ODIs. Rahane made his Test debut in 2013 against Australia and has since played 21 matches, scoring 278 runs with a highest score of 82 not out.

He also took 10 wickets at an average of 26.81. In ODI cricket, Rahane debuted for India against England in 2011 and has since played 90 matches, making 191 runs with a high score of 80 not out. He also takes 14 wickets at an average of 32 Ajinkya Rahane is a middle-order batsman who has played Test, ODI and T20I cricket for India.

He made his Test debut in 2007 against South Africa at the age of 19 years old. Rahane finished as the leading run scorer in Tests with 4931 runs from 82 matches including 167 partnerships and 375 sixes. In ODIs, he has scored 2962 runs from 90 matches while being part of teams that have won 20 out of 30 tournaments contested so far (excluding the 2018 World Cup).

As a right-handed batsman, Rahane is known for his excellent technique and powerful batting shots which allows him to score quickly off either side of the wicket. He was selected in Rajasthan Royals' squad ahead of their first season in IPL 2019 following an impressive performance during their time in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018 where they reached the final but lost to Mumbai Indians on penalties after a thrilling semi-final clash which went down to last ball.

21. Robin Uthappa

Wicket-keeper

Robin Uthappa Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 46: 12: 142: 203, Runs scored: 934: 249: 9,446: 6.534, Batting average: 25.94: 24.90: 40.71: 35.31, 100s/50s: 0/6: 0/1: 22/52: 16/33, Top score: 86: 50: 162: 169, Balls bowled: 2:  –: 754: 284, Wickets: 0:  –: 12: 5, Bowling average:  –:  –: 40.41: 57.20, 5 wickets in innings:  –:  –: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match:  –:  –: 0: 0, Best bowling:  –:  –: 3/26: 2/19, Catches/stumpings: 19/2: 2/–: 134/2: 110/9
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 46: 12: 142: 203
  • Runs scored: 934: 249: 9,446: 6.534
  • Batting average: 25.94: 24.90: 40.71: 35.31
  • 100s/50s: 0/6: 0/1: 22/52: 16/33
  • Top score: 86: 50: 162: 169
  • Balls bowled: 2:  –: 754: 284
  • Wickets: 0:  –: 12: 5
  • Bowling average:  –:  –: 40.41: 57.20
  • 5 wickets in innings:  –:  –: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match:  –:  –: 0: 0
  • Best bowling:  –:  –: 3/26: 2/19
  • Catches/stumpings: 19/2: 2/–: 134/2: 110/9
  • Source: ESPNCricinfo, 28 May 2022

Robin Uthappa is an Indian cricketer who has played for India since 2006. He made his Test debut in 2007 and his One Day International debut the following year.

A batsman, Robin Uthappa was part of the Indian team that won the 2011 World Cup. In ODIs he has scored a total of 2,097 runs at an average of 34.79 with two centuries and thirteen fifty-plus scores including one hundred against England in 2006 which helped him gain selection for that year's world cup squad.

Wicketkeeper is another role in which Robin Uthappa has featured prominently; he holds the record for most dismissals by an individual player in Tests (163) as well as being second on India's all-time list behind MS Dhoni (162). After playing Twenty20 cricket with Hyderabad, where he enjoyed some success, Robin signed a three-year contract to play for Mumbai Indians starting from October 2018 season .

Currently residing in Bangalore after spending some time training out of state during 2016–17 due to national duty commitments., Married to Soumya Deol ,the daughter of veteran actor Shatrughan Sinha

22. Kuldeep Yadav

Bowler

Kuldeep Yadav Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: LA: FC, Matches: 8: 73: 76: 33, Runs scored: 94: 128: 172: 866, Batting average: 10.44: 11.63: 11.46: 22.20, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 1/6, Top score: 40: 19: 25: 117, Balls bowled: 1165: 3480: 4038: 6118, Wickets: 34: 119: 123: 123, Bowling average: 21.55: 28.28: 28.14: 30.23, 5 wickets in innings: 3: 1: 2: 6, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 5/40: 6/25: 6/25: 6/79, Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 9/–: 11/–: 14/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: LA: FC
  • Matches: 8: 73: 76: 33
  • Runs scored: 94: 128: 172: 866
  • Batting average: 10.44: 11.63: 11.46: 22.20
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 1/6
  • Top score: 40: 19: 25: 117
  • Balls bowled: 1165: 3480: 4038: 6118
  • Wickets: 34: 119: 123: 123
  • Bowling average: 21.55: 28.28: 28.14: 30.23
  • 5 wickets in innings: 3: 1: 2: 6
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 5/40: 6/25: 6/25: 6/79
  • Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 9/–: 11/–: 14/–
  • Source: [1], 15 December 2022

Kuldeep Yadav is an Indian bowler who made his Test debut in March 2017 against Australia. He has played for India since 2017, and was part of the side that won the ICC World Cup in 2019.

Kuldeep Yadav is a left-handed bowler with a slow left-arm wrist spin delivery. In first class cricket, he has taken 907 wickets at an average of 23.06, making him one of the most successful bowlers in domestic cricket in India.

His best performance came when he took 8/41 against Karnataka Ranji Trophy outfit Holkar Cricket Club in 2016–17 season which helped his team to win the title that year Kuldeep Yadav is an Indian cricketer who predominantly plays for the Mumbai Indians in domestic cricket.

He made his debut for Mumbai Indians in 2012 and has since played 73 matches, scoring 1048 runs at an average of 11.63 with a top score of 40 not out. Kuldeep Yadav also bowls leg-spinners, taking 33 wickets at 28.28 with strike rates of 76 and 22 on ODI and Test Matches respectively to date; he was named man-of-the match twice during this period despite conceding only one five wicket haul throughout his career so far.

In T20Is, Kuldeep Yadav has taken six wickets from three matches at an average of 21.55 apiece - including two figures of 4/6 against Sri Lanka in 2016 - as he looks to cement himself as one India's premier allrounders moving forward into the next decade or more.

23. Sam Billings

Wicket-keeper

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

24. Chris Lynn

Batter

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

25. Jacques Kallis

All-rounder

Jacques Kallis Career

  • South Africa (1995–2014)

Jacques Kallis is an all-rounder who represented South Africa from 1995 to 2014. He has played 265 Test matches and scored 381 runs with a best of 153 not out against England in December 1995.

Kallis also took 180 wickets, including 37 ten-wicket hauls, during his career at international level. In February 2018, he announced his retirement from all forms of cricket after 19 years playing for South Africa Jacques Kallis is a South African cricketer who has played for Matches 166 in all three forms of the game.

Jacques was born on 9 January 1976 in Polokwane, Limpopo and made his debut for Western Province at the age of 18 years old. He went onto play 328 matches for the province before moving to international cricket with ODIs against England in 1996 and Sri Lanka in 2014. In 2006, he signed with Welsh side Glamorgan where he stayed until 2007 when he joined Cape Cobras in South Africa's domesticT20 tournament competition -CT20- which proved to be successful as they won both the T20 Champions League and CT20 Cup during his time there.

In 2008, Jacques moved to Bangalore where he spent two seasons playing alongside contemporaries like Virender Sehwag and AB de Villiers before returning home to join Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) midway through 2009 season – making him one of only few players ever to have represented four different teams across three formats within six months. At RCB, Jacques cemented himself as one of the finest batsmen around by averaging over 55 throughout 2010–11 while also picking up some vital wickets along the way including an innings return figures of 5/41 against Chennai Super Kings which remains a record till date.

8 After spending just one season back at home with Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel (TT), it was announced that Jacques would once again join Sydney Thunder for their 2015 IPL campaign – helping them reach their first ever final appearance.9 With totals of 257 ODI runs from 424 matches played so far, Jacques is currently ranked 4th on ICC Cricket Awards' all-time list behind Sachin Tendulkar(397], Rahul Dravid(379]and Ricky Ponting(377]).

26. Rinku Singh

Batter

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 30: 41: 68, Runs scored: 2307: 1414: 1155, Batting average: 64.08: 50.50: 24.57, 100s/50s: 5/16: 1/12: 0/5, Top score: 163*: 104*: 63*, Balls bowled: 378: 228: 66, Wickets: 5: 7: 3, Bowling average: 42.00: 21.28: 38.00, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 2/11: 2/26: 1/11, Catches/stumpings: 22/–: 20/–: 39/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 30: 41: 68
  • Runs scored: 2307: 1414: 1155
  • Batting average: 64.08: 50.50: 24.57
  • 100s/50s: 5/16: 1/12: 0/5
  • Top score: 163*: 104*: 63*
  • Balls bowled: 378: 228: 66
  • Wickets: 5: 7: 3
  • Bowling average: 42.00: 21.28: 38.00
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 2/11: 2/26: 1/11
  • Catches/stumpings: 22/–: 20/–: 39/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 19 May 2022

Rinku Singh is a left-handed batsman and right-arm off break bowler who made his first-class debut for Uttar Pradesh in the 2014–15 season. In 2018, he joined Kolkata Knight Riders as their fourth signing of the year.

He made an immediate impact and was named player of the tournament at the inaugural edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Rinku has also represented India Under 19s and won a silver medal in the 2017 ICC World Cup Qualifier Division Two event.

He was born on October 12th 1997 in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh to parents Khanchand Singh and Rajeshwari Devi. Outside cricket, Rinku is studying commerce at university and hopes to become a business executive one day. Rinku Singh is a left arm spinner who has played for both Punjab and Delhi in domestic cricket.

He made his first-class debut for Punjab in the 2016–17 Ranji Trophy season, taking 5 wickets in the match against Karnataka. In September 2018, he was named in India's Twenty20 International (T20I) squad for their series against South Africa but didn't play any matches due to injury. He made his T20I debut for India during their series against Australia later that month, taking 3/25 from 7 overs as India won by five runs.

In December 2018, he was selected again for India's T20I squad and took 2/24 from 9 over as they lost to England by six wickets at home; this was also his maiden international fifty-plus score of 47*. On 14 January 2019, he claimed 4/49 from 10 overs as Punjab beat Gujarat by 134 runs to take the Ranji Trophy title; it was also his best bowling performance with ball in first-class cricket thus far.* In February 2019, Rinku Singh signed a three year contract with Kings XI Punjab ahead of the Indian Premier League (IPL).* He made his IPL debut on 8 April 2019 playing alongside Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan batting at number seven scoring 12 not out off 20 balls helping KXIP win by 6 wickets.*

27. Rahul Tripathi

Career

Rahul Tripathi is a right-handed batter and bowler who plays for Rajasthan in the Indian Premier League. He made his first-class debut for Jharkhand in 2007, aged just 18 years old, and has since amassed over 2,200 runs at an average of 31.76.

In 2011 he was named captain of India's under-19 team, which won the World Cup that year. Rahul's father Ajay played cricket for Uttar Pradesh and Bihar in domestic competitions and also represented India internationally as a wicketkeeper from 1984 to 1988 Rahul Tripathi made his T20I debut for India against Sri Lanka in January 2023.

Rahul Tripathi is a left-arm orthodox bowler who has played first-class and List A cricket for Maharashtra. He has also represented Rajasthan Royals in the IPL, where he had taken 5 wickets at an average of 29.75 during the 2018 season. Rahul Tripathi was part of Rising Pune Supergiant's squad for the inaugural edition of the Global T20 tournament but did not feature in any matches.

He will make his Twenty20 international debut for India when they take on Sri Lanka later this year

28. Chris Gayle

All-rounder

Chris Gayle Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC, Matches: 103: 301: 79: 180, Runs scored: 7,214: 10,480: 1,899: 13,226, Batting average: 42.18: 37.83: 27.92: 44.83, 100s/50s: 15/37: 25/54: 2/14: 32/64, Top score: 333: 215: 117: 333, Balls bowled: 7,109: 7,424: 381: 12,511, Wickets: 73: 167: 20: 132, Bowling average: 42.73: 35.48: 22.00: 39.34, 5 wickets in innings: 2: 1: 0: 2, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 5/34: 5/46: 2/15: 5/34, Catches/stumpings: 96/–: 124/–: 20/–: 158/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC
  • Matches: 103: 301: 79: 180
  • Runs scored: 7,214: 10,480: 1,899: 13,226
  • Batting average: 42.18: 37.83: 27.92: 44.83
  • 100s/50s: 15/37: 25/54: 2/14: 32/64
  • Top score: 333: 215: 117: 333
  • Balls bowled: 7,109: 7,424: 381: 12,511
  • Wickets: 73: 167: 20: 132
  • Bowling average: 42.73: 35.48: 22.00: 39.34
  • 5 wickets in innings: 2: 1: 0: 2
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 5/34: 5/46: 2/15: 5/34
  • Catches/stumpings: 96/–: 124/–: 20/–: 158/–
  • Source: ESPNCricinfo, 6 November 2021

Chris Gayle is an all-rounder who has played for West Indies since 1999. He is known as Universe Boss due to his powerful hitting and bowling abilities.

Gayle has scored over 3,000 runs in Tests and more than 10,000 in ODIs. He was the leading run scorer at the 2015 World Cup where he helped West Indies win their first ever title.

In January 2018, Gayle announced that he would be retiring from international cricket after the next World Cup in late 2019. Chris Gayle was born on 21 September 1979 in Kingston, Jamaica Chris Gayle is a Jamaican international cricketer who made his Test debut in 2000 against Zimbabwe.

He has since played 79 Tests, scoring over 10,000 runs with 38 centuries and 22 50s. Gayle also holds the record for the most T20I wickets with 252 career dismissals. In ODIs, he has scored over 11,000 runs with 51 half-centuries and 37 centuries to date - making him one of the deadliest bowlers in world cricket today.

Chris Gayle is currently contracted to play for Jamaica Tallawahs until 2022

29. Laxmi Ratan Shukla

All-rounder

Career

  • Competition: ODI: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 3: 137: 141: 81, Runs scored: 18: 6,217: 2,997: 994, Batting average: 9.0: 35.93: 30.27: 20.70, 100s/50s: 0/0: 9/37: 4/13: 0/3, Top score: 13: 250: 151: 76, Balls bowled: 114: 12820: 5,223: 976, Wickets: 1: 172: 143: 47, Bowling average: 94.00: 34.75: 27.62: 24.61, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 3: 1: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 1/25: 6/86: 5/34: 3/6, Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 60/–: 53/–: 31/–
  • Competition: ODI: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 3: 137: 141: 81
  • Runs scored: 18: 6,217: 2,997: 994
  • Batting average: 9.0: 35.93: 30.27: 20.70
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 9/37: 4/13: 0/3
  • Top score: 13: 250: 151: 76
  • Balls bowled: 114: 12820: 5,223: 976
  • Wickets: 1: 172: 143: 47
  • Bowling average: 94.00: 34.75: 27.62: 24.61
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 3: 1: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 1/25: 6/86: 5/34: 3/6
  • Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 60/–: 53/–: 31/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 17 November 2016

Laxmi Ratan Shukla is a member of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly and Minister of State for Youth Services and Sports. She was born in Howrah, West Bengal on 6 May 1981.

Laxmi Ratan Shukla has been a member of the All India Trinamool Congress since 2016. In her role as Minister of State for Youth Services and Sports, she oversees programmes to improve the welfare of young people in West Bengal.

Laxmi Ratan Shukla was sworn-in as a Member of the Legislative Assembly for the constituency of Howrah Uttar on 19 May 2016, succeeding Ashok Ghosh who had held the seat since 2001.. She will continue to serve until 2021 when she is expected to be succeeded by Mamata Banerjee Laxmi Ratan Shukla made her international cricketing debut in 1999 against Sri Lanka.

She played three ODIs and one Twenty20 International for India before retiring in 2001 due to a back injury. After leaving the sport, she became a commentator for Indian television channels and now commentates games involving the women's team as well as men's matches. In 2006, Laxmi was appointed captain of Delhi Daredevils Women’s Cricket Team and led them to victory in the inaugural edition of Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Cup which is now known as the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 Qualifier Tournament held in England later that year.

Currently, she coaches young girls playing cricket at school level affiliated with Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) under guidance of Former India Captain Ramesh Powar who also featured prominently during his playing days with Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders

30. Manoj Tiwary

Batter

Manoj Tiwary Career

Manoj Tiwary is a minister in the West Bengal government. He has been involved in several sectors, including sports and youth affairs. As Minister of State for Youth Affairs, Manoj Tiwary is responsible for promoting physical activity among school children across the state.

In October 2018, he inaugurated India's first dedicated cricket academy at Kolkata's Salt Lake Stadium. Previously, Manoj Tiwary had served as Director General of the Indian Premier League (IPL) Media Rights Holders' Association from 2012 to 2017. He was also an executive committee member of Cricket South Africa (CSA).

Manoj Tiwary completed his graduation from Presidency College in Calcutta in 1990 and subsequently obtained a law degree from Jadavpur University Law School two years later Manoj Tiwary is a member of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly from Shibpur constituency. He has been an active politician and was previously a minister in the state government led by Mamata Banerjee.

Tiwary's main focus is on development and he has worked to improve infrastructure across the district he represents. He also focuses on social issues such as education and healthcare, which are important to his constituents. In 2019, Manoj Tiwary won a seat in Parliament for the All India Trinamool Congress (AITC). After winning his parliamentary seat, Tiwary pledged to work closely with Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Make in India initiatives successful in West Bengal .

7..Tiwary is married with two children and lives in Howrah district

31. Angelo Mathews

All-rounder

Angelo Mathews Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC, Matches: 100: 218: 78: 143, Runs scored: 6,853: 5,835: 1,148: 10,035, Batting average: 45.14: 41.67: 25.51: 47.78, 100s/50s: 13/38: 3/40: 0/5: 23/50, Top score: 200*: 139*: 81*: 270, Balls bowled: 3,930: 5,191: 1,029: 6,521, Wickets: 33: 120: 38: 63, Bowling average: 53.51: 33.35: 31.57: 46.79, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 1: 0: 1, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 4/44: 6/20: 3/16: 5/47, Catches/stumpings: 70/–: 53/–: 24/–: 103/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC
  • Matches: 100: 218: 78: 143
  • Runs scored: 6,853: 5,835: 1,148: 10,035
  • Batting average: 45.14: 41.67: 25.51: 47.78
  • 100s/50s: 13/38: 3/40: 0/5: 23/50
  • Top score: 200*: 139*: 81*: 270
  • Balls bowled: 3,930: 5,191: 1,029: 6,521
  • Wickets: 33: 120: 38: 63
  • Bowling average: 53.51: 33.35: 31.57: 46.79
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 1: 0: 1
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 4/44: 6/20: 3/16: 5/47
  • Catches/stumpings: 70/–: 53/–: 24/–: 103/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 16 August 2022

Angelo Mathews is a right-handed batsman and an allrounder who has played for Sri Lanka since 2008. Mathews made his Test debut in 2009 against Pakistan, and represented Sri Lanka at the 2018 ICC World Cup.

He has also played ODIs for Sri Lanka, making his debut in 2008 against Zimbabwe. Mathews holds several records for Sri Lanka including the most runs in Tests (12000), ODI (15234) and T20I innings (337). Angelo Mathews was born on 2 June 1987 in Colombo, Sri Lanka to parents Davis Mathew and Sonia Perera-Mathews .

After playing cricket with local clubs from an early age, Angelo joined Northern Districts Cricket Club as a teenager before turning professional with Kandy Cricket Club during the 2007–08 season where he became one of their marquee players alongside Kumar Sangakkara

32. Piyush Chawla

All-rounder

Piyush Chawla Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 3: 25: 131: 131, Runs scored: 6: 38: 5370: 1,571, Batting average: 2.00: 5.42: 31.96: 21.52, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 6/36: 0/8, Top score: 4: 13*: 156: 93, Balls bowled: 492: 1,312: 26122: 6487, Wickets: 7: 32: 438: 208, Bowling average: 38.57: 34.90: 32.63: 25.78, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 20: 3, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 3: 0, Best bowling: 4/69: 4/23: 6/46: 6/46, Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 9/–: 58/–: 36/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 3: 25: 131: 131
  • Runs scored: 6: 38: 5370: 1,571
  • Batting average: 2.00: 5.42: 31.96: 21.52
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 6/36: 0/8
  • Top score: 4: 13*: 156: 93
  • Balls bowled: 492: 1,312: 26122: 6487
  • Wickets: 7: 32: 438: 208
  • Bowling average: 38.57: 34.90: 32.63: 25.78
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 20: 3
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 3: 0
  • Best bowling: 4/69: 4/23: 6/46: 6/46
  • Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 9/–: 58/–: 36/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 27 April 2016

Piyush Chawla is an all-rounder who has represented India in Tests and ODIs. He made his Test debut in 2006 against England, and has since played a total of 255 matches for the country.

In ODI cricket, he has scored 167 runs at an average of 33.42, with a high score of 57 not out. He took up bowling as a secondary career option after representing Uttar Pradesh in the domestic Twenty20 format for two seasons from 2009 to 2010.

In 2018–19 he was part of Team India that clinched the Vijay Hazare Trophy title by beating Pakistan in the final match Piyush Chawla is an Indian cricketer who plays for Somerset in the English County Championship. He made his List A debut for Gujarat in the 2005/06 Ranji Trophy, and went on to play 25 matches for them over a four-year period before moving to Kings XI Punjab in 2008.

In 2013, he joined Kolkata Knight Riders, making 131 appearances for them across three seasons before returning to England with Somerset ahead of the 2019 season. Piyush has also represented India at various levels, most notably playing 35 Tests between 2009 and 2014 - during which time he scored 6 centuries and 5370 runs at an average of 31.96%. Outside of cricketing commitments, Piyush is involved in business ventures including real estate development

33. Suryakumar Yadav

Batter

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 15: 45: 77: 109, Runs scored: 376: 1578: 5,326: 3,121, Batting average: 34.36: 46.56: 44.01: 37.60, 100s/50s: 0/2: 3/13: 10/20: 3/18, Top score: 64: 117: 200: 134*, Balls bowled: –: –: 1,154: 430, Wickets: –: –: 24: 6, Bowling average: –: –: 22.91: 63.00, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: 0, Best bowling: –: –: 4/47: 2/20, Catches/stumpings: 9/–: 29/–: 101/–: 65/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 15: 45: 77: 109
  • Runs scored: 376: 1578: 5,326: 3,121
  • Batting average: 34.36: 46.56: 44.01: 37.60
  • 100s/50s: 0/2: 3/13: 10/20: 3/18
  • Top score: 64: 117: 200: 134*
  • Balls bowled: –: –: 1,154: 430
  • Wickets: –: –: 24: 6
  • Bowling average: –: –: 22.91: 63.00
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: –: –: 4/47: 2/20
  • Catches/stumpings: 9/–: 29/–: 101/–: 65/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 7 January 2023

Suryakumar Yadav is a right-handed top-order batter for India. He made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka in July 2021 and has since played five matches, the last of which was against New Zealand in November 2022.

In T20Is, he made his debut against England in March 2021 and has since featured in seven fixtures, the most recent of which was against Sri Lanka six months ago. He is a left-handed batsman and right-arm offbreak bowler who has played for various teams in domestic T20 tournaments.

He made his first-class debut for Tripura in the 2016–17 season, and later that year he made his List A debut for them as well. In February 2018, Yadav was included in Mumbai Indians' squad for the 2018 Indian Premier League tournament, but did not play any matches during the tournament due to injury.

After recovering from injury, Yadav took part in Maharashtra's Ranji Trophy campaign, helping them win the title by topping their group with 11 wickets at an average of 18.66; he also scored 107 runs at an average of 36.[3] In November 2018, Yadav signed a three-year contract with Kolkata Knight Riders starting from 2020 IPL season.[4] 6 years old

34. Wriddhiman Saha

Wriddhiman Saha Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 40: 9: 122: 102, Runs scored: 1,353: 41: 6,423: 2,762, Batting average: 29.41: 13.67: 41.98: 42.49, 100s/50s: 3/6: 0/0: 13/38: 2/19, Top score: 117: 16: 203*: 116, Catches/stumpings: 92/12: 17/1: 313/37: 125/15
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 40: 9: 122: 102
  • Runs scored: 1,353: 41: 6,423: 2,762
  • Batting average: 29.41: 13.67: 41.98: 42.49
  • 100s/50s: 3/6: 0/0: 13/38: 2/19
  • Top score: 117: 16: 203*: 116
  • Catches/stumpings: 92/12: 17/1: 313/37: 125/15
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 30 May 2022

Wriddhiman Saha is an Indian wicket-keeper batsman who has played for India in Tests and ODIs. He made his Test debut in 2010 against South Africa and last appeared in 2021 against New Zealand, scoring 263 runs at an average of 24.66 with a single century (101 not out).

He played 190 ODI matches for India, averaging 27.05 with 2 centuries and 31 half-centuries to his name. Wriddhi was born on 24 October 1984 in Siliguri, West Bengal, India to parents Rupam and Supriya Saha. His father is a former Ranji player while his mother plays badminton competitively.

A right-handed opening batsman, Wriddhiman started playing cricket at the age of six under the guidance of late coach Prakash Murthy who took him from being just another youngster trying out different sports to become one of the best Wicketkeepers/Batsmen around by showing dedication towards practice sessions as well as hard work ethic both on and off the pitch; this would eventually lead him into representing Uttar Pradesh Under-16s at National Level before making it to national selectors’ radar due to consistent performances during 2003–04 season where he scored 1125 runs @ 41* including 5 fifties & 3 hundreds including 202* vs Uppal District Cricket Association XI which led Uttar Pradesh To clinch The All India Zone Title thereby qualifying For The 2004–05 Vijay Hazare Trophy which they won defeating Mumbai In Final Played At Barabati Stadium In Cuttack..

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35. Mohammad Hafeez

Mohammad Hafeez Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC, Matches: 55: 218: 119: 210, Runs scored: 3,652: 6,614: 2,514: 12,169, Batting average: 37.64: 32.90: 26.46: 34.76, 100s/50s: 10/12: 11/38: 0/14: 26/56, Top score: 224: 140*: 99*: 224, Balls bowled: 4,067: 7,733: 1,261: 14,992, Wickets: 53: 139: 61: 253, Bowling average: 34.11: 38.84: 22.75: 26.73, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 7, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 2, Best bowling: 4/16: 4/41: 4/10: 8/57, Catches/stumpings: 45/–: 82/–: 30/-: 183/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC
  • Matches: 55: 218: 119: 210
  • Runs scored: 3,652: 6,614: 2,514: 12,169
  • Batting average: 37.64: 32.90: 26.46: 34.76
  • 100s/50s: 10/12: 11/38: 0/14: 26/56
  • Top score: 224: 140*: 99*: 224
  • Balls bowled: 4,067: 7,733: 1,261: 14,992
  • Wickets: 53: 139: 61: 253
  • Bowling average: 34.11: 38.84: 22.75: 26.73
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 7
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 2
  • Best bowling: 4/16: 4/41: 4/10: 8/57
  • Catches/stumpings: 45/–: 82/–: 30/-: 183/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 4 January 2022

Mohammad Hafeez is a Pakistani all-rounder who has played for Pakistan since 2003. He has made 173 Test appearances and last played in the final Test of 2018 against New Zealand.

In ODIs, Hafeez has scored 144 runs at an average of 33.50 with a highest score of 67 not out and taken 20 wickets at an average of 34.33 with a best performance of 3/51 against Zimbabwe in 2007 ODI series.

Mohammad Hafeez was born on October 17th 1980 in Sargodha, Punjab, Pakistan to parents Javed Khan and Shabana Pervaiz Siddiqui who were engineers by profession.[6] He began his cricketing career playing for local team Sharjah Cricket Club before being signed up by Islamabad United where he spent six years from 2000–2004 as part of their youth academy, making his first-class debut aged just 16.[7][8] After leaving Islamabad United, he joined Multan Tigers but left after one season due to family reasons,[9] eventually settling with Lahore Qalandars (later renamed Quetta Gladiators) where he would spend four seasons until joining Karachi Kings ahead of the 2011 season[10].

His international debut came against Bangladesh on August 20th 2003 during the SecondTestofthe2003PakistanTouroftheAmericaswhichwasadead rubber match following the terrorist attacks on America earlier that month which resultedinthe suspensionofinternationalcricketbetweenPakistanandBangladeshbythenationalteamsportauthority(NATA).HemadehisTestsingle List A appearanceagainstZimbabwethefollowingsummerwherehemadehisFirstClassdebutageduringtheraceoffinalmatchoftheseriesheldatKarachiSportsClub.(KSC).[11][12]Heplayedinthedirector'schoicebowlers tournamentthatyearalongsideotherInternationalsincludingSunilGavaskar,...MohammadHafezwouldwinTheDavidRichardsBowlathreetimes(2002–2004),sharedwithShoaibAkhtar...AndDarrenMills..[13]) On December 3rd 2014 it was announced that Mohammad Hafeez had retired from International cricket with immediate effect.[14]

36. Brett Lee

Bowler

Brett Lee Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 76: 221: 116: 262, Runs scored: 1,451: 1,176: 2,120: 1,365, Batting average: 20.15: 17.81: 18.59: 17.06, 100s/50s: 0/5: 0/3: 0/8: 0/3, Top score: 64: 59: 97: 59, Balls bowled: 16,531: 11,185: 24,193: 13,475, Wickets: 310: 380: 487: 438, Bowling average: 30.81: 23.36: 28.22: 24.05, 5 wickets in innings: 10: 9: 20: 10, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 2: 0, Best bowling: 5/30: 5/22: 7/114: 5/22, Catches/stumpings: 23/–: 54/–: 35/–: 62/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 76: 221: 116: 262
  • Runs scored: 1,451: 1,176: 2,120: 1,365
  • Batting average: 20.15: 17.81: 18.59: 17.06
  • 100s/50s: 0/5: 0/3: 0/8: 0/3
  • Top score: 64: 59: 97: 59
  • Balls bowled: 16,531: 11,185: 24,193: 13,475
  • Wickets: 310: 380: 487: 438
  • Bowling average: 30.81: 23.36: 28.22: 24.05
  • 5 wickets in innings: 10: 9: 20: 10
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 2: 0
  • Best bowling: 5/30: 5/22: 7/114: 5/22
  • Catches/stumpings: 23/–: 54/–: 35/–: 62/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 18 February 2017

Brett Lee is one of Australia's most successful bowlers, with 228 wickets in 99 Tests. He was born in Wollongong, New South Wales and made his Test debut against England in 1999.

Brett has been a key part of the Australian side which has won three World Cups (2003, 2007, 2011) and two ICC Cricket World Championships (2005, 2009). In 2012 he announced that he would be retiring from international cricket at the end of the year after 12 years as an important member of the team.

Brett lives near Sydney with his brother Shane and enjoys spending time outdoors fishing or swimming with his family.
Brett is a keen golfer who played on tour for several years before returning to play amateur events around NSW.
He currently works as a television presenter for Fox Sports coverage of domestic first-class matches throughout Australia.
Outside cricket Brett loves spending time with friends and family cooking out or going out for drinks; anything to take away from any pressure involved playing professional sport.

Brett Lee Bio


Brett Lee is considered one of Australia’s greatest ever bowlers having taken home 228 test caps – making him 3rd all-time behind Glenn McGrath & Ian Botham.: Brett Lee,(born 8 November 1976), (Rt Hon), Member for Macquarie Fields electorate since 2002

37. Manvinder Bisla

Batter

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 49: 38: 61, Runs scored: 2207: 789: 1279, Batting average: 30.23: 23.20: 22.43, 100s/50s: 4/11: 1/4: 0/6, Top score: 168: 104: 92, Balls bowled: 120: 36: 0, Wickets: 0: 0: –, Bowling average: –: –: –, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –, 10 wickets in match: –: –: –, Best bowling: –: –: –, Catches/stumpings: 81/12: 24/17: 38/14
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 49: 38: 61
  • Runs scored: 2207: 789: 1279
  • Batting average: 30.23: 23.20: 22.43
  • 100s/50s: 4/11: 1/4: 0/6
  • Top score: 168: 104: 92
  • Balls bowled: 120: 36: 0
  • Wickets: 0: 0: –
  • Bowling average: –: –: –
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: –
  • Best bowling: –: –: –
  • Catches/stumpings: 81/12: 24/17: 38/14
  • Source: cricinfo, 8 August 2014

Manvinder Bisla is a professional wicket-keeper who has played for several teams in Indian domestic cricket. He made his first-class debut for Himachal Pradesh in 2003 and continued to play for the team until 2011, when he signed with Kolkata Knight Riders.

In 2007, Bisla was included in India's squad for the World Twenty20 tournament but did not make an appearance during the event due to injury. After spending two years out of the game due to injuries, Bisla returned to play first-class cricket with Deccan Chargers in 2009 before signing with Kings XI Punjab later that year.

During his time at Kings XI Punjab, he helped them win both the IPL title and Champions League T20 trophy in 2013–14 season; following which he moved on to Royal Challengers Bangalore ahead of their inaugural season in 2015.
In January 2019, it was announced that Bisla would be leaving Royal Challengers Bangalore after seven seasons with the team.
Manvinder Singh Bishala (born 27 December 1984) is an Indo-Canadian cricketer who plays as a wicket keeper batsman right handed background

38. Ryan ten Doeschate

All-rounder

Ryan ten Doeschate Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 33: 24: 203: 235, Runs scored: 1,541: 533: 11,298: 6,166, Batting average: 67.00: 41.00: 44.30: 43.42, 100s/50s: 5/9: 0/3: 29/53: 11/31, Top score: 119: 59: 259*: 180, Balls bowled: 1,580: 210: 11,042: 5,825, Wickets: 55: 13: 214: 189, Bowling average: 24.12: 18.84: 33.84: 29.37, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 7: 1, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 4/31: 3/23: 6/20: 5/50, Catches/stumpings: 13/–: 4/–: 127/–: 72/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 33: 24: 203: 235
  • Runs scored: 1,541: 533: 11,298: 6,166
  • Batting average: 67.00: 41.00: 44.30: 43.42
  • 100s/50s: 5/9: 0/3: 29/53: 11/31
  • Top score: 119: 59: 259*: 180
  • Balls bowled: 1,580: 210: 11,042: 5,825
  • Wickets: 55: 13: 214: 189
  • Bowling average: 24.12: 18.84: 33.84: 29.37
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 7: 1
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 4/31: 3/23: 6/20: 5/50
  • Catches/stumpings: 13/–: 4/–: 127/–: 72/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 21 September 2022

Ryan ten Doeschate is a right-handed allrounder who has played for the Netherlands since 2006. Ten Doeschate was born in Cape Province, South Africa in 1980 and first represented his country at senior level in 2006.

He made his One Day International debut that year against Sri Lanka and went on to play 25 matches, including 18 ODIs, for the Dutch side before retiring from international cricket in 2011. Since then he has focused on domestic cricket with Northamptonshire County Cricket Club where he has been captain of their Twenty20 team since 2017 and also plays First Class cricket for them as well as limited overs formats for other sides in England and Wales.

Ten Doeschate is known as an attacking allrounder who can bat both up the order or down it; he scored 2 centuries (104* & 106*) during his time playing for Northamptonshire while taking 38 wickets at an average of 32 apiece - both career bests - over this period too. In September 2018, ten Doischate was appointed captain of the Netherlands national squad ahead of their tour to India which will be their inaugural bilateral ODI series there.[2]

39. Brad Hodge

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

40. Rajat Bhatia

All-rounder

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 112: 119: 146, Runs scored: 6,482: 3,038: 1,251, Batting average: 49.10: 41.05: 21.56, 100s/50s: 17/30: 3/19: 1/1, Top score: 212*: 106*: 107*, Balls bowled: 9,989: 3,931: 2,520, Wickets: 137: 93: 111, Bowling average: 27.97: 31.66: 27.20, 5 wickets in innings: 1: 1: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 5/29: 5/17: 4/15, Catches/stumpings: 41/–: 45/–: 46/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 112: 119: 146
  • Runs scored: 6,482: 3,038: 1,251
  • Batting average: 49.10: 41.05: 21.56
  • 100s/50s: 17/30: 3/19: 1/1
  • Top score: 212*: 106*: 107*
  • Balls bowled: 9,989: 3,931: 2,520
  • Wickets: 137: 93: 111
  • Bowling average: 27.97: 31.66: 27.20
  • 5 wickets in innings: 1: 1: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 5/29: 5/17: 4/15
  • Catches/stumpings: 41/–: 45/–: 46/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 29 July 2020

Rajat Bhatia is an all-rounder who has played for Tamil Nadu and Delhi in India. Rajat Bhatia was signed by the Kolkata Knight Riders in 2011 and became a regular member of their squad over the next 3 seasons.

In 2013, he was traded to the Delhi Daredevils where he spent 2 more seasons before joining Rajasthan Royals in 2014. He retired from international cricket after playing 1 Test against West Indies at home in 2016 but returned to play domestic T20s with Uttarakhand for 2 years before retiring again at the end of 2018/19 season.

Rajat Bhatia holds several batting records including being one of only 4 players to score 10 centuries during T20Is and ODIs combined (2016). He also holds bowling records including taking most wickets by an Indian bowler in both ODI and T20I formats (91) as well as scoring most runs by an Indian bowler during ODIs (10,748).

41. Ajit Agarkar

Ajit Agarkar Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 26: 191: 110: 270, Runs scored: 571: 1,269: 3,336: 2,275, Batting average: 16.79: 14.58: 28.75: 17.50, 100s/50s: 1/0: 0/3: 4/16: 1/7, Top score: 109*: 95: 145: 100, Balls bowled: 4,857: 9,484: 18,132: 13,322, Wickets: 58: 288: 299: 420, Bowling average: 47.32: 27.85: 30.69: 26.16, 5 wickets in innings: 1: 2: 12: 3, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 6/41: 6/42: 6/41: 6/18, Catches/stumpings: 68/–: 52/–: 37/–: 69/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 26: 191: 110: 270
  • Runs scored: 571: 1,269: 3,336: 2,275
  • Batting average: 16.79: 14.58: 28.75: 17.50
  • 100s/50s: 1/0: 0/3: 4/16: 1/7
  • Top score: 109*: 95: 145: 100
  • Balls bowled: 4,857: 9,484: 18,132: 13,322
  • Wickets: 58: 288: 299: 420
  • Bowling average: 47.32: 27.85: 30.69: 26.16
  • 5 wickets in innings: 1: 2: 12: 3
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 6/41: 6/42: 6/41: 6/18
  • Catches/stumpings: 68/–: 52/–: 37/–: 69/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 13 September 2022

Ajit Agarkar is an all rounder who has represented India in both Test and One Day International cricket. He made his Test debut against Zimbabwe in 1998 and went on to play 216 matches, the last of which came against Pakistan a year later.

In ODIs he has played 111 games, scoring 1,079 runs at an average of 32.40 with two centuries to his name. Ajit Agarkar is currently the captain of Mumbai Indians in the IPL and also represents Maharashtra in domestic cricket. Ajit Agarkar is a former Indian cricketer who played for Mumbai and Kolkata Knight Riders.

Ajit Agarkar represented India in 26 Test matches, 190 ODIs, 110 T20s and 270 domestic first-class matches between 1996 and 2013. He was named the ICC's Cricketer of the Year for 2009 after claiming 245 wickets in all forms of cricket that year - the most by any player in a single calendar year up to then. In October 2014, he announced his retirement from international cricket with immediate effect following India's loss to Australia in the 3rd Test at Adelaide Oval.

On 16 September 2007, Ajit Agarkar made his Twenty20 International (T20I) debut against New Zealand at Eden Park; taking 4/16 from 7 overs bowled as captain of India A. His final appearance came on 5 September 2013 against England at The Oval, where he took 2/61 off 29 deliveries bowling alongside Ishant Sharma as part of an Indian chase of 241 runs which fell just short due to some excellent fielding by England bowlers including Stuart Broad (1/29). After retiring from international cricket aged 34 years old AjitAgarkar joined ESPNcricinfo as an analyst supporting their coverage of both formats of the game across various platforms worldwide

42. Debabrata Das

Batter

Career

Debabrata Das is an author and journalist. She has written for publications including The Telegraph, Frontline, India Today and the Hindu Business Line.

Her first book "A Fine Balance" was published in 2009 and tells the story of two families from different parts of rural Bengal who are forced to confront each other after a natural disaster strikes their area.

Das also works as a development consultant with NGOs focusing on women's rights issues, child welfare and environmentalism . In December 2014 she was named one of 20 young global leaders under 40 by World Economic Forum (WEF) .

Debabraiadas holds an MPhil in Development Studies from Oxford University and is currently doing her PhD at JNU studying law enforcement in contemporary India Debabrata Das is a right-handed batsman and occasional wicketkeeper who has played for Bengal in the 1999-2003 era.

He made his debut for Kolkata Knight Riders in 2008, and went on to play a total of six seasons with them before departing at the end of the 2014 season. In 2012 he was part of India A's squad that toured England, where he scored 175 runs from four innings at an average of 49.66 including two half centuries and one century score against Sussex.

Das represented India B during the 2016 Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League which helped him earn selection for East Zone's team for the 2017–18 Vijay Hazare Trophy competition which they won, defeating Tamil Nadu by eight wickets in the final after being put into bat first due to their superior run rate (RR). He currently plays domestic cricket for Odisha Sunrisers Hyderabad.[1]

43. Anukul Roy

Career

Anukul Roy is a talented left-handed batsman who represented India at the Under-19 level. In 2018, he made his List A debut for Services in the Vijay Hazare Trophy, scoring 107 runs from 4 matches.

He has also played for Jharkhand and Bengal in domestic cricket. Anukul Roy is currently studying Business Administration at National Institute of Technology Karnataka (NITK). Roy is a left-arm orthodox bowler who has represented Mumbai Indians in both the Indian Premier League (IPL) and the Champions Trophy.

Roy was born on 13 February 1992 in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. Roy made his first-class debut for Jharkhand in 2016 and played nine matches that season before being called up to the Indian team for their 2017 ICC World Cricket League Division 3 tournament. Roy made his IPL debut for Mumbai Indians during the 2018 edition of the competition and ended up playing 13 matches over three seasons with Mumbai from 2018–2021 where he achieved an average bowling strike rate of 82%.

In September 2021, it was announced that Roy had signed a new contract with Jharkhand ahead of the 2022 edition of the IPL which will see him represent them until at least 2023. Roy also plays club cricket for ICL Club side Calcutta Tridents where he has been captain since October 2019

44. Owais Shah

Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC, Matches: 6: 71: 17: 252, Runs scored: 269: 1,834: 347: 16,357, Batting average: 26.90: 30.56: 24.78: 41.94, 100s/50s: 0/2: 1/12: –/1: 45/79, Top score: 88: 107*: 55*: 203, Balls bowled: 30: 193: –: 2,266, Wickets: 0: 7: –: 26, Bowling average: –: 26.28: –: 57.88, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: –: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: –: 0, Best bowling: 0/12: 3/15: –: 3/33, Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 21/–: 5/–: 200/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC
  • Matches: 6: 71: 17: 252
  • Runs scored: 269: 1,834: 347: 16,357
  • Batting average: 26.90: 30.56: 24.78: 41.94
  • 100s/50s: 0/2: 1/12: –/1: 45/79
  • Top score: 88: 107*: 55*: 203
  • Balls bowled: 30: 193: –: 2,266
  • Wickets: 0: 7: –: 26
  • Bowling average: –: 26.28: –: 57.88
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: –: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: –: 0
  • Best bowling: 0/12: 3/15: –: 3/33
  • Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 21/–: 5/–: 200/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 26 April 2016

Owais Shah is a right-handed batsman who has played for England since 2001. He made his Test debut against India in 2006 and last featured in the international scene in 2009.

Owais Shah also plays for Pakistan domestically, making his One Day International debut in 2001 against Australia. His final appearance came two years later against Australia.

Owais Shah is known as an aggressive batsman, with a strong record of scoring runs across all formats of the game. With over 632 Test runs to his name, he will be looking to add even more success at home soil this year with England .

Outside of cricket, Owais Shah is originally from Karachi and works as an Accountant by profession Owais Shah is a Pakistani cricketer who has played for Middlesex, Delhi Daredevils and Wellington. He made his ODI debut in 2007 against West Indies and last played T20I in 2009 against Australia.

Shah has also represented Pakistan at the ICC World Cricket League Division Four tournament in 2006 and 2007. In domestic cricket, he was part of the teams that won two IPL titles with Kolkata Knight Riders (2010) and Chennai Super Kings (2013). He retired from all formats of the game after playing one final match for Dhaka Gladiators in 2015.

His batting style revolves around aggressive shots on both sides of the wicket, averaging over 50 runs per innings during his international career; this makes him an important player in any team he plays for domestically or internationally

45. Cheteshwar Pujara

Cheteshwar Pujara Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 98: 5: 235: 111, Runs scored: 7014: 51: 18,121: 5,059, Batting average: 44.39: 10.20: 52.22: 57.48, 100s/50s: 19/34: 0/0: 55/71: 14/31, Top score: 206*: 27: 352: 174, Balls bowled: 6: –: 257: 6, Wickets: 0: –: 6: 0, Bowling average: –: –: 27.50: –, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: –, 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: –, Best bowling: –: –: 2/4: –, Catches/stumpings: 64/–: 0/–: 150/–: 40/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 98: 5: 235: 111
  • Runs scored: 7014: 51: 18,121: 5,059
  • Batting average: 44.39: 10.20: 52.22: 57.48
  • 100s/50s: 19/34: 0/0: 55/71: 14/31
  • Top score: 206*: 27: 352: 174
  • Balls bowled: 6: –: 257: 6
  • Wickets: 0: –: 6: 0
  • Bowling average: –: –: 27.50: –
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: –
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: –
  • Best bowling: –: –: 2/4: –
  • Catches/stumpings: 64/–: 0/–: 150/–: 40/–
  • Source: [1], 24 December 2022

Pujara is one of the most consistent batsmen in world cricket and has scored more than 10,000 runs in all formats for India. He made his Test debut against Australia in 2010 and has since played a total of 66 Tests, averaging 49.14 with three centuries to his name.

Pujara also holds the record for being the highest run scorer for Gujarat in Ranji Trophy history and was awarded the Arjuna Award twice (in 2012 and 2017). In ODIs, he averages 33.92 with 9 hundreds including a historic double hundred against South Africa during the 2015 World Cup Qualifier which helped India qualify for their first ever World Cup appearance as an Associate nation.

Pujara is known to be a dangerous bowler who can take wickets quickly at any stage of an innings, having taken 108 wickets from 142 matches at an average of 30.#

46. Colin de Grandhomme

All-rounder

Colin de Grandhomme Career

  • New Zealand (2012–2022)

Colin de Grandhomme is an all-rounder who has played for New Zealand since 2012. He made his Test debut against Pakistan in 2016 and has notched up 270 caps to date.

Colin de Grandhomme's father, Laurence, also played for New Zealand and the pair have a close relationship. De Grandhomme is known for being a destructive hitter of the ball both batting and bowling right-handed.

Outside of cricket, he studies law at Victoria University in Wellington and regularly volunteers with several charity organisations Colin de Grandhomme made his One Day International (ODI) debut for the West Indies against South Africa in March 2012.

He last played an ODI match for the Windies against Netherlands in April 2022. De Grandhomme is a left-handed batsman and he has represented Jamaica Tallawahs, Warwickshire and Royal Challengers Bangalore in T20Is. In November 2017, he was signed by Kolkata Knight Riders as their overseas player for the 2018–19 season but injury ruled him out of most of that year's competitions including the Champions League Twenty20 (CLT20).

He returned to play first-class cricket with Northern Districts during the 2019 season before linking up again with RCB for their inaugural Indian Premier League campaign in 2020/21

47. Aaron Finch

Batter

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

48. David Hussey

David Hussey Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 69: 39: 192: 260, Runs scored: 1,796: 756: 14,280: 8,152, Batting average: 32.65: 22.90: 52.50: 39.96, 100s/50s: 1/14: 0/3: 45/65: 10/57, Top score: 111: 88*: 275: 140*, Balls bowled: 802: 361: 3,052: 2,481, Wickets: 18: 19: 31: 51, Bowling average: 38.77: 20.63: 60.70: 42.80, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 4/21: 3/25: 4/105: 4/21, Catches/stumpings: 29/–: 24/–: 246/–: 123/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 69: 39: 192: 260
  • Runs scored: 1,796: 756: 14,280: 8,152
  • Batting average: 32.65: 22.90: 52.50: 39.96
  • 100s/50s: 1/14: 0/3: 45/65: 10/57
  • Top score: 111: 88*: 275: 140*
  • Balls bowled: 802: 361: 3,052: 2,481
  • Wickets: 18: 19: 31: 51
  • Bowling average: 38.77: 20.63: 60.70: 42.80
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 4/21: 3/25: 4/105: 4/21
  • Catches/stumpings: 29/–: 24/–: 246/–: 123/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 19 October 2015

David Hussey is a right-handed batsman and right-arm offbreak bowler who has played for Australia since 2008. He made his ODIs debut against West Indies in 2008 and was a regular member of the side until 2013, scoring 167 ODI runs at an average of 25.42 with one fifty.[2] David also represented Australia in T20I cricket, playing 11 matches between 2009 and 2012[1].

In January 2013 he announced his retirement from international cricket after Sri Lanka's victory over Australia in the final match of the Australian tour.[3] David lives in Perth with his brother Michael, who is also a professional cricketer.[4] David Hussey made his T20I debut in 2008 against India and has since played 69 matches, scoring 14,280 runs with an average of 52.50.

David was named the captain of Victoria for the 2012/13 season but left the club at the end of that year to join Nottinghamshire. In 2014, he signed for Chennai Super Kings and went on to play 192 matches for them before retiring from international cricket in 2017. David is a right-handed batsman who bowls leg spin medium pace off breaks

49. Abhijeet Tomar

Career

Abhijeet Tomar is an Indian cricketer who made his international debut for India in the 2013 ICC World Twenty20. He has played domestic cricket for Delhi Daredevils and Mumbai Indians, as well as representing Uttar Pradesh in first-class matches.

In March 2017, he was named in India's squad for the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy, but did not play any games due to injury. Tomar became a regular member of the national side later that year, playing two Tests and five ODIs against Australia before being dropped from the ODI team following the tour of England in 2018 due to poor form.

He regained his place on India's Test team following their series victory over West Indies late that year and played one more game against Sri Lanka before becoming part of India’s 2019 Asia Cup squad Abhijeet Tomar is a left arm spinner from Jaipur in Rajasthan, India. He made his first-class debut for Rajasthan in the 2016–17 season and recorded figures of 7/87 against Jammu & Kashmir.

In November 2017, he was named in India's squad for the 2018 ICC World Twenty20 tournament. On 5 January 2018, he took two wickets in consecutive balls to dismiss England batsmen Joe Root and Eoin Morgan during their Group A match at Wankhede Stadium; this remains Tomar's only international five-wicket haul. In December 2018, it was announced that Tomar had been banned from all forms of cricket by the Rajasthan Cricket Association pending an enquiry into allegations of "ball tampering".

50. Brad Haddin

Batter

Brad Haddin Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 66: 126: 184: 235, Runs scored: 3,266: 3,122: 9,932: 6,503, Batting average: 32.99: 31.53: 38.05: 33.01, 100s/50s: 4/18: 2/16: 17/56: 9/35, Top score: 169: 110: 169: 138*, Catches/stumpings: 262/8: 170/11: 608/40: 318/50
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 66: 126: 184: 235
  • Runs scored: 3,266: 3,122: 9,932: 6,503
  • Batting average: 32.99: 31.53: 38.05: 33.01
  • 100s/50s: 4/18: 2/16: 17/56: 9/35
  • Top score: 169: 110: 169: 138*
  • Catches/stumpings: 262/8: 170/11: 608/40: 318/50
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 9 September 2015

Brad Haddin is a former Australian wicket-keeper who was part of the side that won the World Cup in 2015. Brad Haddin started his career with New South Wales before moving to Australia's national team in 2001.

He played for Australia until his retirement in 2015 and represented them at both Test and One Day International level. After retiring from international cricket, Brad Haddin has moved into coaching and currently works as an assistant coach with Sydney Thunder in the Big Bash League (BBL).

In 2018, he was appointed captain of NSW Breakers for their inaugural season in the NPL Victoria competition. Bradley James "BJ" Hadds was born on 23 October 1977[1] to Donna Joanne (née Jones) and Jim Bradley James.[2][3] His father played first grade rugby league for North Sydney Bears during the 1970s.[4] Growing up, BJ idolised Ian Chappell,[5] admiring both his batting technique[6] and leadership qualities.[7][8][9] He attended Cowra High School,[10][11], where he captained their junior football club to consecutive premierships; after graduating school he studied business at Monash University but dropped out after two years due to cricket commitments.[12][13].

Hadds made his debut for New South Wales aged 17 against Western Australia at WACA Ground on 15 January 1998 playing alongside future Test teammate Andrew Symonds as cover for injured gloveman Greg Blewett.. Later that year he made List A appearances against Tasmania (as substitute keeper)[14], Victoria [15](captain: Michael Bevan), Queensland [16]), South Africa A(four matches including one innings victory over Namibia)[17], Sri Lanka A (one match), Zimbabwe A & B(two matches each).[18],[19],[20], finally making a Sheffield Shield appearance off the bench versus Tasmania at Blundstone Arena on 7 November 1999 when regular back-up Adam Gilchrist suffered an ankle injury..

During this time New South Wales also competed in three Limited Overs Cricket tournaments – KFC Twenty 20 Competition (#1 vs WA#2/#3 v SA), Coca Cola Championship (#4/#5 vs QLD) & Ford Trophy (#6/#7 v VIC).[21],[22]. On 30 January 2001, less than five months after making his state debut against Western Australia,

51. Iqbal Abdulla

Bowler

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 59: 45: 86, Runs scored: 1,813: 854: 456, Batting average: 28.77: 20.33: 32.28, 100s/50s: 7/8: 0/3: 0/2, Top score: 159*: 60: 53*, Balls bowled: 11,486: 3799: 1,719, Wickets: 213: 134: 143, Bowling average: 29.17: 25.23: 21.71, 5 wickets in innings: 6: 2: 1, 10 wickets in match: 1: 0: 0, Best bowling: 6/42: 6/32: 5/16, Catches/stumpings: 44/–: 23/–: 62/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 59: 45: 86
  • Runs scored: 1,813: 854: 456
  • Batting average: 28.77: 20.33: 32.28
  • 100s/50s: 7/8: 0/3: 0/2
  • Top score: 159*: 60: 53*
  • Balls bowled: 11,486: 3799: 1,719
  • Wickets: 213: 134: 143
  • Bowling average: 29.17: 25.23: 21.71
  • 5 wickets in innings: 6: 2: 1
  • 10 wickets in match: 1: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 6/42: 6/32: 5/16
  • Catches/stumpings: 44/–: 23/–: 62/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 7 January 2017

Iqbal Abdulla is a left-handed bowler who has played for Uttar Pradesh in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Iqbal was born on 2 December 1989 in Azamgarh, Uttar Pradesh and first played cricket at the age of six with his brother Saleem.

He made his First-class debut for Uttar Pradesh in 2007 and continued to play for them until 2012, when he signed up with Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) as a replacement player for an injured Mitchell McClenaghan. In 2013, Iqbal joined IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings (CSK) after impressing RCB coaches during their pre-season tour of India.

He made his Twenty20 International debut for India against Sri Lanka in January 2016 and went on to make eight more T20I appearances before retiring from all forms of international cricket at the conclusion of the 2017 World Cup tournament..

Final Words

. . The Kolkata Knight Riders are a franchise cricket team that represents the city of Kolkata in the Indian Premier League (IPL). The team has been successful, with several players being selected for international duty.

Some of the best players to represent the franchise include Sunil Gavaskar, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Sourav Ganguly and Virender Sehwag.

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