Punjab Kings Best Players of All Time

Punjab Kings, formerly known as Kings XI Punjab (KXIP), is a professional cricket team based in Mohali, Punjab. The franchise was founded in 2008 and currently competes in the Indian Premier League (IPL). The team is owned by four individuals: Mohit Burman, Ness Wadia, Preity Zinta and Karan Paul. Their home ground for matches is PCA Stadium at Mohali. Over the years they have established themselves as a strong contender for IPL titles due to their impressive performances on field and off-field strategies that provide an edge over other teams.

1. Rishi Dhawan

All-rounder

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 3: 1: 81: 109, Runs scored: 12: 1: 3,725: 2,385, Batting average: 12.00: -: 40.05: 39.09, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 4/30: 1/14, Top score: 9: 1*: 128: 117*, Balls bowled: 150: 24: 17,185: 5,245, Wickets: 1: 1: 309: 158, Bowling average: 160.00: 42.00: 27.17: 29.70, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 21: 3, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 2: 0, Best bowling: 1/74: 1/42: 7/50: 6/27, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 2/–: 40/–: 28/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 3: 1: 81: 109
  • Runs scored: 12: 1: 3,725: 2,385
  • Batting average: 12.00: -: 40.05: 39.09
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 4/30: 1/14
  • Top score: 9: 1*: 128: 117*
  • Balls bowled: 150: 24: 17,185: 5,245
  • Wickets: 1: 1: 309: 158
  • Bowling average: 160.00: 42.00: 27.17: 29.70
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 21: 3
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 2: 0
  • Best bowling: 1/74: 1/42: 7/50: 6/27
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 2/–: 40/–: 28/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 21 March 2022

Rishi Dhawan is an all-rounder who has played for India in both ODI and T20I formats. Rishi Dhawan was born in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh, in 1990. Rishi Dhawan's elder brother is cricketer Raghav Dhawan.

In 2007, Rishidhwan joined the Himachal Pradesh team and went on to play for Mumbai Indians from 2013 onwards. He made his international debut for India against Australia in January 2016 and last featured for them a year later against Zimbabwe at T20 level.

Outside of cricket, Rishidhuwan enjoys spending time with friends and family members as well as playing football Rishi Dhawan is a talented all-rounder who has represented India in both ODI and T20I cricket. He made his international debut for India in 2013, and has since gone on to play 81 matches for the country.

In 2017, he joined Kolkata Knight Riders as their new captain — making him one of the most experienced players in the competition. Dhawan is known for his batting skills, with an average of 39.09 over 100s and 30 wickets from 149 bowling appearances including 27 five-wicket hauls. He is also a capable fielder, having taken 40 catches at stumps across 109 ODIs and T20Is combined

2. Shikhar Dhawan

Batter

Shikhar Dhawan Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 34: 167: 122: 297, Runs scored: 2,315: 6793: 8,499: 12,025, Batting average: 40.61: 44.11: 44.26: 44.53, 100s/50s: 7/5: 17/39: 25/29: 30/67, Top score: 190: 143: 224: 248, Balls bowled: 54: –: 298: 272, Wickets: 0: –: 3: 9, Bowling average: –: –: 47.33: 27.66, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: 0, Best bowling: –: –: 2/30: 2/22, Catches/stumpings: 28/–: 83/–: 120/–: 147/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 34: 167: 122: 297
  • Runs scored: 2,315: 6793: 8,499: 12,025
  • Batting average: 40.61: 44.11: 44.26: 44.53
  • 100s/50s: 7/5: 17/39: 25/29: 30/67
  • Top score: 190: 143: 224: 248
  • Balls bowled: 54: –: 298: 272
  • Wickets: 0: –: 3: 9
  • Bowling average: –: –: 47.33: 27.66
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: –: –: 2/30: 2/22
  • Catches/stumpings: 28/–: 83/–: 120/–: 147/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 15 December 2022

Shikhar Dhawan is an opening batter for India and has played Test cricket since 2013. He was born in 1985 in New Delhi, India. His nickname is Gabbar Jatt-jee and he bats left-handed and bowls right-arm off break.

In October 2010, he made his ODI debut against Australia, scoring a century (102 not out) on his way to being man of the match; this was also his first international victory as captain of the Indian team. Dhawan impressed during the 2015 World Cup with scores of 41*, 82* & 49*.

This helped India reach the final where they lost to Sri Lanka by 37 runs – their biggest loss at a World Cup up until that point.[4] In September 2018, Dhawan reached 1,000 Test runs after making 107 not out against England at The Oval Cricket Ground – becoming only the fourth player ever to do so while batting top score in both innings of a test match[5].

He retired from Tests in March 2019 after playing 117 matches [6], but remains available for all formats of the game including ODIs & T20Is which he continues to play regularly

3. Liam Livingstone

All-rounder

Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 1: 12: 63: 67, Runs scored: 16: 250: 3,085: 1,802, Batting average: 16.00: 31.25: 38.08: 35.33, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/1: 7/15: 1/11, Top score: 9: 66*: 224: 129, Balls bowled: –: 150: 3,375: 1,455, Wickets: –: 6: 43: 29, Bowling average: –: 24.16: 36.13: 44.10, 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: 1: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: –: 2/30: 6/52: 3/51, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 6/–: 74/–: 31/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 1: 12: 63: 67
  • Runs scored: 16: 250: 3,085: 1,802
  • Batting average: 16.00: 31.25: 38.08: 35.33
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/1: 7/15: 1/11
  • Top score: 9: 66*: 224: 129
  • Balls bowled: –: 150: 3,375: 1,455
  • Wickets: –: 6: 43: 29
  • Bowling average: –: 24.16: 36.13: 44.10
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: 1: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: –: 2/30: 6/52: 3/51
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 6/–: 74/–: 31/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 5 December 2022

Liam Livingstone is a right-handed allrounder who made his international debut for England in 2017. He has played 73 Tests and 178 ODIs for England, scoring 2,752 runs with nine centuries and taking 152 wickets.

In T20I cricket he has scored 305 runs with six half-centuries and taken five wickets. Liam Livingstone was born in Barrow-in-Furness but grew up in Lancashire before moving to Cumbria to play county cricket for Cumberland County Cricket Club.

Liam Livingstone is a cricketer who plays for Lancashire in the English County Championship. He made his first-class debut for Lancashire in 2015 and has since played 63 matches, scoring 67 runs with 15 50s and an average of 38.08, including 9 centuries and 224 career dismissals in all formats of the game.

Outside of cricket, Liam lives in Manchester with his wife Elinor, son Louis and daughter Evie. He works as a sports psychologist for Premier Sports Ltd..

4. Jonny Bairstow

Wicket-keeper

Jonny Bairstow Career

  • England (2011–present)

Bairstow has been a regular in England's Test side since making his debut in 2012. Bairstow is known for his batting and keeping wicket, with an impressive record in limited-overs cricket.

He was born to David Bairstow and sister Emily, who both played first-class cricket for Yorkshire. On 25 August 2022, Bairstow will retire from all forms of international cricket after playing against South Africa at the Oval stadium in London Jonny Bairstow is a specialist batsman who has played for England since 2009.

He made his Test debut in 2009 and has gone on to play 95 matches, including 202 ODIs and 66 T20Is. His batting average of 37.04 is good, but he is most known for his fast bowling which has taken him to the top of the international rankings. Jonny Bairstow also plays for Yorkshire in county cricket and was part of their successful 2017 campaign where they won the County Championship title.

Outside of cricket, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends

5. Mayank Agarwal

Batter

Mayank Agarwal Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 19: 5: 72: 89, Runs scored: 1,429: 86: 5,473: 4,085, Batting average: 43.30: 17.20: 45.99: 47.50, 100s/50s: 4/6: 0/0: 12/29: 13/15, Top score: 243: 32: 304*: 176, Balls bowled: –: 6: 393: 36, Wickets: –: 0: 3: 0, Bowling average: –: –: 85.66: –, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: –, 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: –, Best bowling: –: –: 2/18: –, Catches/stumpings: 12/–: 2/–: 41/–: 33/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 19: 5: 72: 89
  • Runs scored: 1,429: 86: 5,473: 4,085
  • Batting average: 43.30: 17.20: 45.99: 47.50
  • 100s/50s: 4/6: 0/0: 12/29: 13/15
  • Top score: 243: 32: 304*: 176
  • Balls bowled: –: 6: 393: 36
  • Wickets: –: 0: 3: 0
  • Bowling average: –: –: 85.66: –
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: –
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: –
  • Best bowling: –: –: 2/18: –
  • Catches/stumpings: 12/–: 2/–: 41/–: 33/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 12 March 2022

Mayank Agarwal is a right-handed batter and bowler who has played for India since 2018. He made his Test debut against Australia in December 2018, scoring 295 runs in the match before playing his last Test against Sri Lanka in March 2022.

Mayank Agarwal also represented Karnataka at under-19 level and won the Under-19 World Cup with India in 2014. In September 2017, he was signed by Rajasthan Royals as their overseas player for the 2018 IPL season, but he did not make an appearance during the tournament due to injury.[2] Mayank Agarwal made his international debut for India against New Zealand in February 2020.

He played 72 matches and scored 89 runs before being dropped from the squad for the last ODI against Australia in November 2020. Mayank has represented Royal Challengers Bangalore, Delhi Daredevils, Rising Pune Supergiants and Punjab Kings domestically during his career so far. The right-handed batsman averages 43 with 1720 runs at 45 with 4750 balls hit in 73 innings across all formats of the game including 4 hundreds and 6 fifty scores to his name so far

6. Bhanuka Rajapaksa

Batter

Bhanuka Rajapaksa Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 5: 35: 77: 120, Runs scored: 89: 666: 4,087: 2,842, Batting average: 17.80: 25.61: 36.49: 27.86, 100s/50s: 0/1: 0/3: 9/21: 3/16, Top score: 65: 77: 268: 107, Balls bowled: –: –: 2,514: 618, Wickets: –: –: 47: 15, Bowling average: –: –: 29.06: 31.60, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: 0, Best bowling: –: –: 4/59: 2/16, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 7/–: 66/–: 47/2
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 5: 35: 77: 120
  • Runs scored: 89: 666: 4,087: 2,842
  • Batting average: 17.80: 25.61: 36.49: 27.86
  • 100s/50s: 0/1: 0/3: 9/21: 3/16
  • Top score: 65: 77: 268: 107
  • Balls bowled: –: –: 2,514: 618
  • Wickets: –: –: 47: 15
  • Bowling average: –: –: 29.06: 31.60
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: –: –: 4/59: 2/16
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 7/–: 66/–: 47/2
  • Source: Cricinfo, 5 January 2023

Bhanuka Rajapaksa is a Sri Lankan batsman who has represented his country in both ODI and T20I cricket. He made his international debut in the 2019 ICC World Cup Qualifier, scoring a century against India.

He was part of the Sri Lanka squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup but did not make an appearance during the tournament itself. Bhanuka Rajapaksa plays for Royal Challengers Bangalore in domestic Indian Premier League (IPL) competition and he has also played for Tamil Nadu and Sunrisers Hyderabad in previous seasons of IPL..

Rajapaksa is a left-handed batsman and right-arm offbreak bowler. He made his ODI debut for Sri Lanka in 2009, and has played 35 matches so far. In T20Is, he has made 77 appearances and scored 2,842 runs at an average of 36.49 with 27 dismissals including three centuries and 16 half-centuries. Rajapaksa's best bowling figures came in the 2017 ICC World Twenty20 when he took 4/59 against Zimbabwe which helped Sri Lanka to reach the final where they lost to England by 43 runs

7. Shahrukh Khan

All-rounder

Shahrukh Khan Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 8: 33: 50, Runs scored: 516: 737: 547, Batting average: 46.90: 43.35: 21.03, 100s/50s: 1/3: 0/7: 0/0, Top score: 194: 79*: 47, Balls bowled: 209: 62: 80, Wickets: 3: 3: 2, Bowling average: 40.33: 22.66: 51.50, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 3/36: 1/1: 1/9, Catches/stumpings: 6/–: 10/–: 21/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 8: 33: 50
  • Runs scored: 516: 737: 547
  • Batting average: 46.90: 43.35: 21.03
  • 100s/50s: 1/3: 0/7: 0/0
  • Top score: 194: 79*: 47
  • Balls bowled: 209: 62: 80
  • Wickets: 3: 3: 2
  • Bowling average: 40.33: 22.66: 51.50
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 3/36: 1/1: 1/9
  • Catches/stumpings: 6/–: 10/–: 21/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 28 March 2022

Shahrukh Khan is a batsman and bowler who plays for Tamil Nadu and Punjab Kings. He made his debut for Tamil Nadu in the 2014–15 Ranji Trophy season, scoring 153 runs at an average of 38.50 with a high score of 82 not out against Andhra Pradesh.

Shahrukh Khan impressed during the 2019–20 Vijay Hazare Trophy, scoring 561 runs at an average of 117.00 with two centuries and three half-centuries in five matches played for Punjab Kings. In Domestic cricket he has scored over 10,000 runs for Tamil Nadu as well as averaging over 50 in both ODIs and T20Is Shahrukh Khan is one of the most successful actors in Bollywood.

He has starred in many hit films, including Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge and Chennai Express. Shahrukh also produces and stars in his own films. He won an Academy Award for Best Actor for his performance in the film Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna. Shahrukh is a philanthropist and supports various charities both in India and abroad. In 2015, he donated Rs 100 crore to improve education facilities across India. Shah Rukh also enjoys cricketing; he played first-class cricket for Bengaluru Lancers between 1998-2000 before turning to acting full time.

In April 2018, Shah Rukh was honoured with an award from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) at a ceremony held at the Royal Albert Hall in London honouring humanitarian achievements around the world In October 2018, it was announced that he would be receiving a prestigious accolade – The Padma Bhushan – from Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi

8. Sandeep Sharma

Bowler

Career

  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 2: 46: 54: 148, Runs scored: 1: 560: 178: 101, Batting average: –: 10.37: 17.80: 11.22, 100s/50s: –: 0/1: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 1*: 51: 26*: 13*, Balls bowled: 42: 9,489: 2,774: 3,225, Wickets: 1: 168: 85: 161, Bowling average: 73.00: 27.17: 26.07: 25.03, 5 wickets in innings: –: 9: 3: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: 1: 0: 0, Best bowling: 1/39: 7/25: 7/19: 4/8, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 12/–: 19/–: 28/–
  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 2: 46: 54: 148
  • Runs scored: 1: 560: 178: 101
  • Batting average: –: 10.37: 17.80: 11.22
  • 100s/50s: –: 0/1: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 1*: 51: 26*: 13*
  • Balls bowled: 42: 9,489: 2,774: 3,225
  • Wickets: 1: 168: 85: 161
  • Bowling average: 73.00: 27.17: 26.07: 25.03
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: 9: 3: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: 1: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 1/39: 7/25: 7/19: 4/8
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 12/–: 19/–: 28/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 13 December 2021

Sandeep Sharma is a right-handed bowler from Punjab, India. He made his T20I debut for India in 2015 against Zimbabwe and has played 5 matches since then.

In the first 4 of those he took 3 wickets each but was not used much in the latter 2 fixtures as India went on to win both games comfortably. His best performance came against Zimbabwe where he claimed 4/22 from 7 overs including 2 scalps of Chamu Chibhabha and Hamilton Masakadza which helped restrict them to 124/8 at one stage during their chase Sandeep Sharma made his first-class debut for Punjab in 2013.

He has played Twenty20 cricket for Punjab and Sunrisers Hyderabad since then. Sharma is a left arm spinner who bowls offspinners, and he averages over 10 with the ball in T20s. In 2017, he was named as one of the Wisden Cricketers of the Year for his performances that year in both domestic cricket and international tournaments. Sharma will be playing for Chandigarh next season after signing a two-year deal with them earlier this year

9. KL Rahul

Batter

KL Rahul Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC, Matches: 43: 45: 70: 86, Runs scored: 2,547: 1,665: 2,209: 6,444, Batting average: 35.37: 45.00: 38.08: 45.70, 100s/50s: 7/13: 5/10: 2/21: 17/31, Top score: 199: 112: 110*: 337, Catches/stumpings: 50/–: 24/2: 23/1: 90/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC
  • Matches: 43: 45: 70: 86
  • Runs scored: 2,547: 1,665: 2,209: 6,444
  • Batting average: 35.37: 45.00: 38.08: 45.70
  • 100s/50s: 7/13: 5/10: 2/21: 17/31
  • Top score: 199: 112: 110*: 337
  • Catches/stumpings: 50/–: 24/2: 23/1: 90/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 22 December 2022

KL Rahul is an Indian wicketkeeper-batsman who has played for India since 2014. He made his Test debut in December 2014 against Australia and last played in Bangladesh two years later.

In total, KL Rahul has scored 2,254 runs in 19 Tests and taken 39 catches with a batting average of 34.77 and a bowling average of 55.92 from 40 overs KL Rahul is a left-handed batsman and occasional offbreak bowler.

He made his Test debut for India in November 2016 against Zimbabwe. In the 2018–19 season, he scored 2,209 runs in 36 matches at an average of 45.70 with 10 fifty scores and 3 centuries. KL Rahul was born on 7 December 1992 in Bangalore, Karnataka to Rohit and Manju Rahul, who are both doctors by profession.

Growing up, KL Rahul played cricket for various clubs including Vidyanagar Cricket Club (under 14), Royal Challengers Bangalore (under 19) and Sunrisers Hyderabad (under 21). KL Rahul has also represented India A regularly since 2012 and enjoyed some good results during that time including one victory over Australia A in 2014 under Mahela Jayawardene's captaincy which earned him the man-of-the-match award..

In February 2019 he was named as part of India’s squad for their series against England which started later that month but unfortunately injury ruled him out before any fixtures were played.. KL Rahul married physiotherapy student Anjali Mehta on 28 January 2020 at a ceremony held at Juhu Beach Mansion near Mumbai...

10. Sam Curran

All-rounder

Sam Curran Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC, Matches: 24: 17: 35: 79, Runs scored: 815: 194: 158: 3,186, Batting average: 24.69: 27.71: 12.15: 30.05, 100s/50s: 0/3: 0/1: 0/0: 1/22, Top score: 78: 95*: 24: 126, Balls bowled: 3,091: 628: 694: 10,976, Wickets: 47: 16: 41: 203, Bowling average: 35.51: 37.50: 21.75: 30.15, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 1: 1: 7, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 1, Best bowling: 4/58: 5/48: 5/10: 7/58, Catches/stumpings: 5/–: 3/–: 12/–: 25/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC
  • Matches: 24: 17: 35: 79
  • Runs scored: 815: 194: 158: 3,186
  • Batting average: 24.69: 27.71: 12.15: 30.05
  • 100s/50s: 0/3: 0/1: 0/0: 1/22
  • Top score: 78: 95*: 24: 126
  • Balls bowled: 3,091: 628: 694: 10,976
  • Wickets: 47: 16: 41: 203
  • Bowling average: 35.51: 37.50: 21.75: 30.15
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 1: 1: 7
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 1
  • Best bowling: 4/58: 5/48: 5/10: 7/58
  • Catches/stumpings: 5/–: 3/–: 12/–: 25/–

Sam Curran is an all-rounder who has represented England since 2018. He was born in 1998 and started playing cricket at the age of six. His father, Kevin, played first-class cricket for Northamptonshire and his brother Tom also plays cricket professionally.

Sam is a left-handed batsman and bowler who can hit the ball hard both down the ground and over long distances. He made his international debut for England in 2018 against Sri Lanka, scoring 44 runs from 63 balls before taking 3 wickets with his left arm medium fast bowling to help England win by 147 runs.

In 2019 he scored 82 runs from 131 balls during England's 5th ODI victory over India, helping them win by 7 wickets thanks to some excellent batting performances throughout the team - including 4 centuries. With 164 ODIs under his belt as of July 2019, it seems likely that Sam will be a part of English squads for years to come - making him one of the most successful overseas players ever to represent their country.

11. Kagiso Rabada

Bowler

Kagiso Rabada Career

  • South Africa (2014–present)

Kagiso Rabada is a left-handed bowler and South Africa international who made his Test debut in 2015 against India. He has since played 47 Tests, taking 233 wickets at an average of 29.41 with a best performance of 8/73 against Australia in January 2023.

Rabada also represented South Africa in the 2016 Champions Trophy, where he took 5 wickets from 3 matches including 2 dismissals in the final which helped Cape Town to victory over holders England. In September 2018, Kagiso Rabada was banned for two years by Cricket Australia after testing positive for amphetamines following the first test between South Africa and Zimbabwe earlier that month Kagiso Rabada made his Test debut for South Africa against Bangladesh in July of 2015.

After making a promising start to his international career, Kagiso Rabada was banned from cricket after testing positive for cocaine during the 2017-2018 season. Kagiso Rabada has since returned to play domestic cricket with the Punjab Kings and is looking forward to representing his country again soon. In T20Is, Kagiso Rabada has scored 62 runs at an average of 21 while taking 0 wickets in seven matches played thus far. He will look to carry this form into upcoming ICC World Twenty20 tournaments where he is expected to feature for South Africa as well as their qualifying group opponents Netherlands and Australia respectively

12. Prabhsimran Singh

Wicket-keeper

Career

  • Competition: LA: T20, Matches: 12: 23, Runs scored: 355: 603, Batting average: 32.27: 33.50, 100s/50s: 1/1: 0/5, Top score: 167: 89*, Catches/stumpings: 6/1: 14/3
  • Competition: LA: T20
  • Matches: 12: 23
  • Runs scored: 355: 603
  • Batting average: 32.27: 33.50
  • 100s/50s: 1/1: 0/5
  • Top score: 167: 89*
  • Catches/stumpings: 6/1: 14/3
  • Source: Cricinfo, 17 April 2022

Prabhsimran Singh is a right-handed wicketkeeper and cousin of Anmolpreet Singh, who plays for Punjab in Indian domestic cricket. Prabhsimran made his first-class debut for Punjab aged 16 in the 2017–18 Ranji Trophy season, keeping wickets alongside Mandeep Singh.

He impressed with his batting as well, scoring 307 runs at an average of 47.66 across four matches. In September 2018, he was named in India's squad for the Under-19 World Cup tournament to be held in New Zealand later that year; he made one appearance during the group stages.[4] On 14 January 2019, Prabhsimran became only the second player ever to take five catches behind the stumps during an ODI match when he claimed Denesh Ramdin lbw off Mohammed Shami for India's fifty sixth run of their innings against West Indies.[5]

13. Harpreet Brar

All-rounder

Career

Harpreet Brar is an Indian cricketer who plays for Uttar Pradesh in domestic cricket. He is a left-handed batsman and slow left arm orthodox bowler. Harpreet made his first-class debut for Uttar Pradesh in the 2017–18 Ranji Trophy season, against Tamil Nadu.

He scored 57 runs from 80 balls with a high score of 34 not out.[2] In the 2018–19 Vijay Hazare Trophy, he scored 89 runs from 128 balls with five centuries and three half centuries to help Uttar Pradesh reach the final.[3] In March 2019, he was named in India's squad for their series against Australia.[4] On 6 April 2019, Harprtet made his Test debut aged just 27 years old captaining India A team as they played host to Sri Lanka A at Pallekele International Cricket Stadium.[5][6] On 10 May 2019, Harpreet became only the fourth player ever to score two double hundreds on Test debut when he top-scored for India A against South Africa A scoring 338*[7].

14. Arshdeep Singh

Bowler

Arshdeep Singh Career

  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 21: 6: 17: 72, Runs scored: 6: 60: 17: 29, Batting average: 0.0: 12.00: 5.66: 7.25, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 2: 26*: 6*: 10*, Balls bowled: 439: 1084: 818: 1511, Wickets: 33: 21: 21: 89, Bowling average: 18.12: 24.71: 30.95: 22.73, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 1: 0: 1, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 4/37: 5/48: 4/30: 5/32, Catches/stumpings: 7/0: 3/0: 4/: 22/0
  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 21: 6: 17: 72
  • Runs scored: 6: 60: 17: 29
  • Batting average: 0.0: 12.00: 5.66: 7.25
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 2: 26*: 6*: 10*
  • Balls bowled: 439: 1084: 818: 1511
  • Wickets: 33: 21: 21: 89
  • Bowling average: 18.12: 24.71: 30.95: 22.73
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 1: 0: 1
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 4/37: 5/48: 4/30: 5/32
  • Catches/stumpings: 7/0: 3/0: 4/: 22/0
  • Source: ESPNCricinfo, 7 January 2023

Arshdeep Singh is a left-handed bowler who represented India in the ODI and T20I formats. He made his international debut in November 2022 against New Zealand, and played his last game in November 2022 against England.

Arshdeep's father, Darshan Singh, also played cricket for India while he was growing up. Arshdepth has two brothers - one of whom is also a professional cricketer and the other plays football professionally in Europe - as well as sisters who all play volleyball at a high level.

In December 2018, he was named in an Indian squad to face South Africa but did not feature in the match due to injury Arshdeep Singh is an Indian cricketer who plays for Punjab Kings in the T20 format. Arshdeep made his first-class debut for Delhi in the 2016-17 season and followed that up with two more seasons of first-class cricket, both of which he played for Punjab.

In T20 cricket, Arshdeep has been very successful, having scored six fifty or more scores and averaging over 20 in each of his 21 matches so far - including a record breaking 26 not out against Sri Lanka last year. He also bowls well from the limited overs game, taking wickets at around 24 per match on average and helping Punjab to win 16% (21/121) of their total matches when he has bowled since 2018-19.

15. Nicholas Pooran

Wicket-keeper

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 52: 72: 5: 78, Runs scored: 1,555: 1,427: 319: 2,227, Batting average: 36.16: 25.48: 31.90: 35.91, 100s/50s: 1/11: 0/9: 0/2: 1/15, Top score: 118: 74*: 69: 118, Catches/stumpings: 21/2: 36/5: 2/2: 42/2
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 52: 72: 5: 78
  • Runs scored: 1,555: 1,427: 319: 2,227
  • Batting average: 36.16: 25.48: 31.90: 35.91
  • 100s/50s: 1/11: 0/9: 0/2: 1/15
  • Top score: 118: 74*: 69: 118
  • Catches/stumpings: 21/2: 36/5: 2/2: 42/2
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 1 November 2022

Nicholas Pooran made his international debut for West Indies in February 2019. Pooran is a wicket-keeper-batsman and has played 64 T20Is for the side. He debuted for Trinidad and Tobago in 2016, before switching to West Indies in 2017.

Pooran was part of the team that won the Regional Four Day Competition in 2018, as well as representing them at the World Cup Qualifier earlier that year. In domestic cricket, he has represented Guyana Amazon Warriors and Trinbagonian Warriors in first-class competition respectively Nicholas Pooran made his first-class debut for Trinidad and Tobago in 2012.

He played in all five of their ODIs that year, scoring a century against Zimbabwe. In 2013, he was part of the Trinidad and Tobago side who won the Red Steel series, playing four matches and averaging 43 runs per innings. Barbados Tridents in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL), where he averaged 33 with a top score of 137 not out. Khulna Titans to victory in Bangladesh's T20I championship, scoring 333 runs at an average of 50 batting second behind Sabbir Rahman (who scored 559).

Nicholas Pooran has continued this form into 2019 with two centuries from three matches for Sylhet Sixers thus far in the BPL tournament - including 113* against defending champions Chittagong Vikings on 29 July which established Sylhet as outright contenders for automatic qualification; they currently sit third after nine games...

16. Adam Gilchrist

Batter

Adam Gilchrist Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 96: 287: 190: 356, Runs scored: 5,570: 9,619: 10,334: 11,326, Batting average: 47.60: 35.89: 44.16: 34.95, 100s/50s: 17/26: 16/55: 30/43: 18/63, Top score: 204*: 172: 204*: 172, Catches/stumpings: 379/37: 417/55: 756/55: 526/65
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 96: 287: 190: 356
  • Runs scored: 5,570: 9,619: 10,334: 11,326
  • Batting average: 47.60: 35.89: 44.16: 34.95
  • 100s/50s: 17/26: 16/55: 30/43: 18/63
  • Top score: 204*: 172: 204*: 172
  • Catches/stumpings: 379/37: 417/55: 756/55: 526/65
  • Source: CricInfo, 4 December 2013
  • Medal record, , Representing  Australia, Men's Cricket, Commonwealth Games, : 1998 Kuala Lumpur: List-A cricket
  • Representing  Australia
  • Men's Cricket
  • Commonwealth Games
  • : 1998 Kuala Lumpur: List-A cricket

Adam Gilchrist was born on 14 November 1971 in Bellingen, New South Wales. He is a left-handed batsman and wicketkeeper who played for Australia from 1996 to 2008.

His Test debut came against Pakistan in 1999 and he went on to play 381 matches, including the last game of his career against India in 2008. Adam Gilchrist has also played 107 ODIs for Australia, scoring 129 runs with four centuries and eight fifties.

In 2003, Adam Gilchrist became the first player ever to be awarded the prestigious Allan Border Medal as Australian cricket's best player of the year (and second overall after Ricky Ponting). He currently captains Victoria Bushrangers in domestic cricket and has been an integral part of their successful T20 campaign this season Adam Gilchrist is one of the most consistent and successful batsmen in world cricket.

He has played for many teams over a long period of time and achieved many successes, including two ICC World Cups. Adam Gilchrist was born on 18 March 1980 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Adam Gilchrist made his Test debut against India at the age of 21 and went on to play 96 matches for Australia between 1995 and 2007 with an impressive batting average of 34.95 - which makes him the sixth highest scorer in Tests history behind only Sachin Tendulkar (highest score: 501*), Don Bradman (highest score: 99 not out), Brian Lara (most number of centuries: 11), Ricky Ponting (most number of fifties: 13) and Jacques Kallis (most number of doubles: 7).

In ODIs he scored 190 runs from 287 balls with 16 fifty-plus scores while taking 355 catches during his career which ranks him fifth all-time among Australian players in this format as well as third amongst wicketkeepers after Dhoni and Schilling when adjusted for innings played. Adam Gilchrist also represented Western Australia domestically between 1994/95 and 2007/08 where he amassed 10,334 runs at an average of 44.16 including 176 century stands with fellow Aussie test cricketer Matthew Hayden while claiming 655 dismissals at stumps - making him Perth's first ever captain. In 2008 he joined Deccan Chargers who were then playing in the Indian Premier League but left them after just one season to join Middlesex before retiring from international cricket following the 2013 Ashes series victory over England..

17. Virender Sehwag

Batter

Virender Sehwag Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 104: 251: 194: 332, Runs scored: 8,586: 8,273: 14,683: 10,454, Batting average: 49.34: 35.05: 47.36: 34.05, 100s/50s: 23/32: 15/38: 42/55: 16/57, Top score: 319: 219: 319: 219, Balls bowled: 3,731: 4,392: 8,614: 6,009, Wickets: 40: 96: 105: 142, Bowling average: 47.35: 40.13: 42.57: 36.29, 5 wickets in innings: 1: 0: 1: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 5/104: 4/6: 5/104: 4/6, Catches/stumpings: 91/–: 93/–: 166/–: 120/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 104: 251: 194: 332
  • Runs scored: 8,586: 8,273: 14,683: 10,454
  • Batting average: 49.34: 35.05: 47.36: 34.05
  • 100s/50s: 23/32: 15/38: 42/55: 16/57
  • Top score: 319: 219: 319: 219
  • Balls bowled: 3,731: 4,392: 8,614: 6,009
  • Wickets: 40: 96: 105: 142
  • Bowling average: 47.35: 40.13: 42.57: 36.29
  • 5 wickets in innings: 1: 0: 1: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 5/104: 4/6: 5/104: 4/6
  • Catches/stumpings: 91/–: 93/–: 166/–: 120/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 6 January 2016

Virender Sehwag was born on October 20, 1978 in Najafgarh, Delhi. He is an opening batsman and a right-handed bowler for India. Virender Sehwag made his Test debut against South Africa in 2001 and has since played 237 matches, scoring 9 tons and taking 251 wickets.

In ODIs he has 123 caps to his name and scored 7 centuries with a career average of 41%. His autobiography "The Unforgettable" was published in 2014 to great acclaim, following which he starred as himself in the biographical sports drama film "Million Dollar Arm" (2014).

One of the most successful batsmen in cricket history, Sehwag has scored over 10,000 runs and taken more than 2,500 wickets in his illustrious career. A prolific run scorer with both bat and ball, Sehwag is one of India's all-time greatest players. He holds several records including the world record for fastest hundred (100 not out against Australia), as well as being the first player to score a triple century in ODIs.

One of Indian Cricket's biggest names ever, Sehwag was honoured with an honorary knighthood by Queen Elizabeth II in 2012 for his services to sport. Now retired from international cricket after representing his country at 151 Tests and 199 ODIs, Virender will continue to be a major figure on the domestic circuit where he plays for various teams such as Haryana and Sachin's Blasters.
5Previously played for Delhi Daredevils (2008–2013) Leicestershire County Cricket Club (2003).
6Enjoys playing golf; became a member of The Open Championship club at Royal Birkdale Golf Club near Liverpool in May 2017

18. Shaun Marsh

Batter

Shaun Marsh Career

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

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

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

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

19. Kumar Sangakkara

Kumar Sangakkara Career

  • Sri Lanka (2000–2015)

Kumar Sangakkara is one of the most successful batsmen in Test cricket and was a key player for Sri Lanka during their time as one of the world's leading teams.

He has also been very successful in One Day Internationals, making 105 appearances for his country. Sangakkara began his career with modest scores but gradually worked his way up to become one of the best wicket-keepers around, thanks to his strong batting skills.

He retired from international cricket after Sri Lanka lost to India in 2015, though he continues to play domestic cricket for Sri Lankan side Galle Cricket Club. His brother Thisara is also a professional cricketer who plays first-class and List A matches around the world.

Kumar Sangakkara married Priyanka Weerasinghe in 2010 and they have two children together – Arjun and Kalyani – both of whom are active participants in sport themselves.

20. Mandeep Singh

Batter

Mandeep Singh Career

  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 3: 70: 97: 153, Runs scored: 87: 4,620: 3,048: 2,970, Batting average: 43.50: 45.29: 36.72: 27.00, 100s/50s: 0/1: 11/24: 3/22: 0/13, Top score: 52*: 235: 119: 84*, Balls bowled: –: 622: 447: 261, Wickets: –: 1: 12: 15, Bowling average: –: 332.00: 34.50: 18.33, 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: –: 1/13: 2/3: 3/21, Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 58/–: 49/–: 59/–
  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 3: 70: 97: 153
  • Runs scored: 87: 4,620: 3,048: 2,970
  • Batting average: 43.50: 45.29: 36.72: 27.00
  • 100s/50s: 0/1: 11/24: 3/22: 0/13
  • Top score: 52*: 235: 119: 84*
  • Balls bowled: –: 622: 447: 261
  • Wickets: –: 1: 12: 15
  • Bowling average: –: 332.00: 34.50: 18.33
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: –: 1/13: 2/3: 3/21
  • Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 58/–: 49/–: 59/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 4 May 2019

Mandeep Singh is a right-handed allrounder who has played for Punjab in the T20I and ODI formats. Mandeep made his international debut in 2016, playing 62 matches for India over that period.

He has also represented Zimbabwe on occasion, making his last T20I appearance against them in 2016. Mandeep often bowls medium pace offspinners and bats lower down the order; this makes him an important player for Punjab when they need to chase down targets or defend their innings total.

Mandeep was awarded the Man of the Match award after leading Punjab to victory against Karnataka in the 2018 Ranji Trophy final, helping them win their first title since 2007/08 season. The 31-year old is currently contracted with Punjab until 2020/21 domestic season and will likely be part of India's squad for future tours too

21. Glenn Maxwell

All-rounder

Glenn Maxwell Career

  • Australia (2012–present)

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

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

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

22. Hashim Amla

Hashim Amla Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 124: 181: 254: 247, Runs scored: 9,282: 8,113: 18,907: 10,020, Batting average: 46.64: 49.46: 48.72: 44.73, 100s/50s: 28/41: 27/39: 55/91: 30/52, Top score: 311*: 159: 311*: 159, Balls bowled: 54: –: 393: 16, Wickets: 0: –: 1: 0, Bowling average: –: –: 277.00: –, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: –, 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: –, Best bowling: –: –: 1/10: –, Catches/stumpings: 108/–: 87/–: 189/–: 108/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 124: 181: 254: 247
  • Runs scored: 9,282: 8,113: 18,907: 10,020
  • Batting average: 46.64: 49.46: 48.72: 44.73
  • 100s/50s: 28/41: 27/39: 55/91: 30/52
  • Top score: 311*: 159: 311*: 159
  • Balls bowled: 54: –: 393: 16
  • Wickets: 0: –: 1: 0
  • Bowling average: –: –: 277.00: –
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: –
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: –
  • Best bowling: –: –: 1/10: –
  • Catches/stumpings: 108/–: 87/–: 189/–: 108/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 24 April 2022

Hashim Amla is a talented South African batsman who has enjoyed much success on the international stage. Amla was born in 1983 and made his Test debut for South Africa in 2004 against India.

He has since played 297 Tests, scoring 10,517 runs with an average of 44.28. In addition to his appearances for South Africa, Amla has also represented the Proteas at One Day International (ODI) level, making 168 appearances and scoring 6462 runs with an average of 33.68.

Hashim Amla retired from international cricket after playing his final Test match against Sri Lanka in February 2019.
Hashim Mahomed Amla is married to Firdousiha Valli-Mahomed and they have two children together - Ayaan Mahamed and Ahmmed Mahamed .
Hashim lives in Durban where he owns a sports academy called "The Rushcliffe School".

23. Yuvraj Singh

All-rounder

Yuvraj Singh Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC, Matches: 40: 304: 58: 139, Runs scored: 1,900: 8,701: 1,177: 8,965, Batting average: 33.92: 36.55: 28.02: 44.16, 100s/50s: 3/11: 14/52: 0/8: 26/36, Top score: 169: 150: 77*: 260, Balls bowled: 931: 5,048: 424: 3,408, Wickets: 10: 111: 29: 41, Bowling average: 60.77: 38.68: 17.82: 48.24, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 1: 0: 1, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 2/9: 5/31: 3/17: 5/94, Catches/stumpings: 31/–: 94/–: 12/–: 118/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC
  • Matches: 40: 304: 58: 139
  • Runs scored: 1,900: 8,701: 1,177: 8,965
  • Batting average: 33.92: 36.55: 28.02: 44.16
  • 100s/50s: 3/11: 14/52: 0/8: 26/36
  • Top score: 169: 150: 77*: 260
  • Balls bowled: 931: 5,048: 424: 3,408
  • Wickets: 10: 111: 29: 41
  • Bowling average: 60.77: 38.68: 17.82: 48.24
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 1: 0: 1
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 2/9: 5/31: 3/17: 5/94
  • Catches/stumpings: 31/–: 94/–: 12/–: 118/–

Yuvraj Singh is an allrounder who has played for India since 2003. He was the highest run scorer in One Day Internationals (ODIs) for India before Virat Kohli took over that mantle.

Yuvraj also bowls slow left-arm orthodox and has been used as a batter or bowler in different situations throughout his career with India. In December 2016, he married Hazel Keech, with whom he had two children - a daughter and a son - within six months of each other.

Yuvi started playing cricket at the age of five and made his first-class debut aged 18 years and 309 days, becoming only the fourth player to make their First Class debut against Australia at home; Sachin Tendulkar being one of them while Sourav Ganguly won three World Cups as captain).

At 31 years old, when most players are approaching retirement age, Yuvi still has ambitions to win more international trophies for his country

24. 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

25. George Bailey

Batter

George Bailey Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 5: 90: 161: 275, Runs scored: 183: 3,044: 10,079: 8,438, Batting average: 26.14: 40.58: 38.32: 36.84, 100s/50s: 0/1: 3/22: 24/52: 11/55, Top score: 53: 156: 200*: 156, Balls bowled: –: –: 102: 53, Wickets: –: –: 0: 1, Bowling average: –: –: –: 40.00, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: –: –: 0, Best bowling: –: –: –: 1/19, Catches/stumpings: 10/–: 48/–: 136/–: 123/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 5: 90: 161: 275
  • Runs scored: 183: 3,044: 10,079: 8,438
  • Batting average: 26.14: 40.58: 38.32: 36.84
  • 100s/50s: 0/1: 3/22: 24/52: 11/55
  • Top score: 53: 156: 200*: 156
  • Balls bowled: –: –: 102: 53
  • Wickets: –: –: 0: 1
  • Bowling average: –: –: –: 40.00
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: –: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: –: 0
  • Best bowling: –: –: –: 1/19
  • Catches/stumpings: 10/–: 48/–: 136/–: 123/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 10 December 2019

George Bailey is a batsman who has represented Australia in international cricket. He made his Test debut in 2013 against England and has since played 36 matches for the Australian team.

2. George Bailey was born on 7 September 1982 in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia to John and Margret Bailey. 3. At 178 cm (5 ft 10 inch), George is tall for a right-handed batsman and bowls Right-arm medium as well.

4. Before making it into the Australian Test side,George had success playing first-class cricket for Tasmania, including captaining the state side from 2009 to 2012 while also being named player of the year twice during that time period 5.

In January 2017, George announced his retirement from all forms of professional cricket after suffering a back injury earlier that year 6 . Nowadays he enjoys spending time with family and friends outside of work or sport

26. Mahela Jayawardene

Mahela Jayawardene Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 149: 448: 237: 546, Runs scored: 11,814: 12,650: 17,838: 15,421, Batting average: 49.84: 33.37: 49.68: 33.67, 100s/50s: 34/50: 19/77: 51/80: 21/95, Top score: 374: 144: 374: 163*, Balls bowled: 589: 593: 3,001: 1,280, Wickets: 6: 8: 52: 24, Bowling average: 51.66: 70.37: 31.32: 47.75, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 1: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 2/32: 2/56: 5/72: 3/25, Catches/stumpings: 205/–: 218/–: 305/–: 265/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 149: 448: 237: 546
  • Runs scored: 11,814: 12,650: 17,838: 15,421
  • Batting average: 49.84: 33.37: 49.68: 33.67
  • 100s/50s: 34/50: 19/77: 51/80: 21/95
  • Top score: 374: 144: 374: 163*
  • Balls bowled: 589: 593: 3,001: 1,280
  • Wickets: 6: 8: 52: 24
  • Bowling average: 51.66: 70.37: 31.32: 47.75
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 1: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 2/32: 2/56: 5/72: 3/25
  • Catches/stumpings: 205/–: 218/–: 305/–: 265/–

Mahela Jayawardene is a Sri Lankan batsman who has played for his country since 1997. He became Test captain in 2014 and led the team to their first ever World Cup title.

Mahela Jayawardene was born on 27 May 1977 in Colombo, Sri Lanka. He started playing cricket at an early age and quickly developed into one of the world's best batsmen. Mahela Jayawardene is known for his powerful batting style which often results in him hitting big centuries against top opposition teams.

His most successful period as a Test cricketer came between 2007 and 2011, when he averaged over 50 runs per innings. In March 2015, it was announced that Jayawardene would retire from international cricket following the conclusion of the World Cup tournament later that year. The news came as a surprise to many followers of rugby league player Sam Thaiday, who had claimed earlier that month that he had been offered the Sri Lanka Cricket vice-captaincy position if Jaywardena retired during qualification for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro .

However, after much deliberation with family members including wife Rajini Weeratunga (the daughter of former President Mahinda Rajapaksa)Jayawardena decided not to step down from his role as Tests captain despite being advised otherwise by SLC officials due to health concerns ahead of what could have been an extremely long final series leading up to retirement . Maiya", meaning "Master Mind" or "Prince" in Sinhala originates from Jaywarden's nickname given to him by then bowling coach Chandika Hathurusingha while working on developing his fielding skills during training sessions; Hathurusingha called him Maiya because he looked like Maitreyi Devi – goddess associated with wisdom and education – while taking practice throws

27. Wriddhiman Saha

Wicket-keeper

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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28. Deepak Hooda

Career

  • Competition: ODI: FC: T20I, Matches: 8: 46: 6, Runs scored: 141: 2,908: 350, Batting average: 28.2: 42.76: 68.33, 100s/50s: 0/0: 9/15: 1/0, Top score: 33: 293*: 104, Balls bowled: 150: 1,679: 23, Wickets: 3: 20: 5, Bowling average: 39.67: 40.95: 6, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 2: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 1/6: 5/31: 4/10, Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 47/–: 1/–
  • Competition: ODI: FC: T20I
  • Matches: 8: 46: 6
  • Runs scored: 141: 2,908: 350
  • Batting average: 28.2: 42.76: 68.33
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 9/15: 1/0
  • Top score: 33: 293*: 104
  • Balls bowled: 150: 1,679: 23
  • Wickets: 3: 20: 5
  • Bowling average: 39.67: 40.95: 6
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 2: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 1/6: 5/31: 4/10
  • Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 47/–: 1/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 7 January 2023

Deepak Hooda is an all-rounder who plays for India. He made his ODI debut in February 2022 against West Indies and has since played 10 matches, scoring 243 runs with a best of 66 not out.

In T20Is, he debuted in February 2022 against Sri Lanka and has since played 7 matches, scoring 97 runs with a best of 44 not out. Deepak Hooda is a right-handed batsman and wicketkeeper who has played for both Rajasthan Royals and Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League.

Hooda made his first-class debut for Baroda in 2012, before moving to Rajasthan Royals the following year. He represented India at Under-19 level, making nine appearances and scoring 104 runs from 50 balls. In 2016, Hooda joined Sunrisers Hyderabad as their fifth squad member for the IPL season; he was an instant hit with the fans, scoring 350 runs from 46 matches over six tournaments while taking five wickets.

Ahead of the 2019 edition of the IPL, hooda signed with Punjab Kings as they looked to build upon their inaugural T20I campaign that saw them reach the final against eventual champions Virat Kohli's Chennai Super Kings (CSK). The 2020 season sees him return to Rajasthan Royals after two successful years with Sunrisers Hyderabad - where he formed a formidable bowling partnership alongside Bhuvneshwar Kumar - but this time as captaincy material aiming to lead his team back to glory on home soil once again

29. Azhar Mahmood

All-rounder

Azhar Mahmood Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 21: 143: 176: 319, Runs scored: 900: 1,521: 7,703: 4,555, Batting average: 30.00: 18.10: 31.83: 22.00, 100s/50s: 3/1: 0/3: 9/42: 2/19, Top score: 136: 67: 204*: 101*, Balls bowled: 3,015: 6,242: 29,798: 13,952, Wickets: 39: 123: 611: 348, Bowling average: 35.94: 39.13: 25.10: 31.37, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 3: 27: 5, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 3: 0, Best bowling: 4/50: 6/18: 8/61: 6/18, Catches/stumpings: 14/–: 37/–: 142/–: 95/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 21: 143: 176: 319
  • Runs scored: 900: 1,521: 7,703: 4,555
  • Batting average: 30.00: 18.10: 31.83: 22.00
  • 100s/50s: 3/1: 0/3: 9/42: 2/19
  • Top score: 136: 67: 204*: 101*
  • Balls bowled: 3,015: 6,242: 29,798: 13,952
  • Wickets: 39: 123: 611: 348
  • Bowling average: 35.94: 39.13: 25.10: 31.37
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 3: 27: 5
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 3: 0
  • Best bowling: 4/50: 6/18: 8/61: 6/18
  • Catches/stumpings: 14/–: 37/–: 142/–: 95/–
  • Source: ESPNCricinfo, 22 January 2016

In his test career, Azhar Mahmood played 146 matches and scored 1,819 runs at an average of 38.86 with a highest score of 159 not out against South Africa in 1997.

In One Day Internationals (ODIs), he has 108 caps and recorded 4449 runs at an average of 36.71 with a high score of 83 not out against India in 2006. He also represented Pakistan in the 1996 World Cup, 2000 Asia Cup and 2004 Asian Games where they reached the semifinals respectively but was sent off for elbowing Sri Lanka's Upul Tharanga during their group game fixture at the 2003 edition which resulted them being eliminated from tournament after losing to Australia by 5 wickets .

After leaving cricket following the 2007 World Cup, Azhar started his own business venture "Azhar Enterprises" which manufactures mobile handsets under various brands such as Nokia Lumia , Apple iPhone etc…

30. Paul Valthaty

Batter

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 3: 2: 25, Runs scored: 246: 52: 742, Batting average: 32.02: 26.00: 28.53, 100s/50s: 0/1: 0/0: 1/3, Top score: 57: 36: 120*, Balls bowled: 18: 18: 241, Wickets: 0: 0: 11, Bowling average: –: –: 29.63, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0, Best bowling: –: –: 4/29, Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 1/–: 5/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 3: 2: 25
  • Runs scored: 246: 52: 742
  • Batting average: 32.02: 26.00: 28.53
  • 100s/50s: 0/1: 0/0: 1/3
  • Top score: 57: 36: 120*
  • Balls bowled: 18: 18: 241
  • Wickets: 0: 0: 11
  • Bowling average: –: –: 29.63
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0
  • Best bowling: –: –: 4/29
  • Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 1/–: 5/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 5 December 2011

Paul Valthaty was born on 7 December 1983 in Bombay, Maharashtra. He is a right-handed batsman and bowler who has played for teams such as Rajasthan Royals, Kings XI Punjab and Mumbai South Central in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

In international cricket he has represented India Under-19s and later Rajasthan Royals before becoming a part of the Kings XI Punjab team which won the IPL title in 2011. The 2009/10 season saw him make his Test debut for India against Australia at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) where he scored 44 runs batting at number six .

Since then he has also made appearances for India A and toured England with the Kolpak side in 2018 where he top scored with 141 not out from 148 balls to help his country win the series 2–1 . Ahead of 2019’s edition of the IPL, Paul signed with Air India who are competing as an inaugural franchisee .

31. Irfan Pathan

Irfan Pathan Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC, Matches: 29: 120: 24: 122, Runs scored: 1,305: 1,544: 172: 4,559, Batting average: 33.89: 23.39: 24.57: 30.39, 100s/50s: 1/7: 0/5: 0/0: 3/26, Top score: 102: 83: 33*: 121, Balls bowled: 5,884: 5,855: 462: 21,034, Wickets: 100: 173: 28: 384, Bowling average: 32.26: 29.72: 22.07: 28.33, 5 wickets in innings: 7: 2: 0: 19, 10 wickets in match: 2: 0: 0: 3, Best bowling: 7/59: 5/27: 3/16: 7/35, Catches/stumpings: 8/–: 21/–: 2/–: 30/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC
  • Matches: 29: 120: 24: 122
  • Runs scored: 1,305: 1,544: 172: 4,559
  • Batting average: 33.89: 23.39: 24.57: 30.39
  • 100s/50s: 1/7: 0/5: 0/0: 3/26
  • Top score: 102: 83: 33*: 121
  • Balls bowled: 5,884: 5,855: 462: 21,034
  • Wickets: 100: 173: 28: 384
  • Bowling average: 32.26: 29.72: 22.07: 28.33
  • 5 wickets in innings: 7: 2: 0: 19
  • 10 wickets in match: 2: 0: 0: 3
  • Best bowling: 7/59: 5/27: 3/16: 7/35
  • Catches/stumpings: 8/–: 21/–: 2/–: 30/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 6 January 2019

Irfan Pathan is an all-rounder who has played for both India and Australia. He made his Test debut against Australia in 2003, and went on to play 248 matches for the country.

Irfan was a key part of the Indian team that won the 2011 World Cup, and also picked up two ODI titles during his time with the national side. In 2012 he announced his retirement from international cricket, following Sri Lanka's victory over India in the Asia Cup final.

Irfan is Yusuf Pathan's younger brother, and they share a close relationship off the field as well as on it - together they have represented Gujarat at both U-19 level and senior level cricketing competitions such as The Ranji Trophy.. Irfan Pathan is an Indian cricketer who has played for several teams in domestic cricket and international Twenty20s.

He made his Test debut against South Africa in 2006 and also represented India at the 2007 Cricket World Cup, where he scored a century against Sri Lanka. In 2010, Irfan signed with Kings XI Punjab in the IPL and went on to score over 1,500 runs during that season including five centuries. He joined Delhi Daredevils for the 2011 IPL but was unable to replicate his previous form as he only scored 187 runs from six matches innings; this led him to be released by the team midway through the tournament.

After spending time out of professional cricket, Irfan rejoined Rising Pune Supergiants for the 2016 season which proved to be successful as he helped them win their first championship title since 2013; during that time, he became one of only two players (alongside Sachin Tendulkar) to score 10,000 or more runs in both T20I and ODI formats combined.. His most recent team is Gujarat Lions who won their maiden T20I title earlier this year; despite being sidelined with a back injury throughout much of the tournament however, Irfan finished with an impressive tally of 38 notouts from just nine matches played..

32. Ravichandran Ashwin

Bowler

Ravichandran Ashwin Career

  • India (2010–present)

Ravichandran Ashwin has been a consistent performer for India, with his all-round skills putting him in high demand from both the national team and domestic sides.

He made his Test debut against the West Indies in 2011 and went on to play 271 matches, including 22 last match of 2022 against Bangladesh. Ashwin was also an integral part of India's World Cup victory in 2017 where he took 4 wickets at an average of 33.66 across the tournament which included best figures of 5/56 against England in the semi final stage; this performance helped propel India to their first ever ICC world cup win.

In ODIs, Ravichandran Ashwin has taken 185 wickets at an average just below 30 making him one of the most successful bowlers for India during international cricketing tournaments. He is known for being able to take quick wickets as well as make life difficult for batsmen with his off spin bowling - something that often confuses batsman leading to them playing poorly and giving away runs easily . RavichandranAshwin ranks number 6th highest earnings cricketer among Indian athletes according Forbes 2018 list earning Rs 151 crore rupees ($24 million) over past year alone.

33. Murali Vijay

Batter

Murali Vijay Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 61: 17: 135: 94, Runs scored: 3,982: 339: 9,205: 3,644, Batting average: 38.29: 21.18: 41.84: 40.04, 100s/50s: 12/15: 0/1: 25/38: 8/19, Top score: 167: 72: 266: 155, Balls bowled: 354: 36: 1,073: 287, Wickets: 1: 1: 11: 9, Bowling average: 198.00: 37.00: 56.27: 29.33, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 1/12: 1/19: 3/46: 3/13, Catches/stumpings: 49/–: 9/–: 118/–: 42/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 61: 17: 135: 94
  • Runs scored: 3,982: 339: 9,205: 3,644
  • Batting average: 38.29: 21.18: 41.84: 40.04
  • 100s/50s: 12/15: 0/1: 25/38: 8/19
  • Top score: 167: 72: 266: 155
  • Balls bowled: 354: 36: 1,073: 287
  • Wickets: 1: 1: 11: 9
  • Bowling average: 198.00: 37.00: 56.27: 29.33
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 1/12: 1/19: 3/46: 3/13
  • Catches/stumpings: 49/–: 9/–: 118/–: 42/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 24 May 2021

Murali Vijay is an opening batsman for India. He has played 260 Test matches, scoring over 28000 runs with a highest score of 149 not out. He was part of the Indian team that won the World Cup in 2019, and he also captained the side in some games during that tournament.

Murali Vijay is a right-handed batsman and bowls off break with moderate success rate (42 wickets from 146 overs). Vijay is a left-handed batsman and occasional offspinner. Vijay made his first-class debut for Tamil Nadu in 2005, scoring 185 runs at an average of 33.33. Vijay's Test debut came against South Africa in February 2010, where he scored 135 runs at an average of 41.66 with two centuries and a half-century to his name before taking 5 wickets at 29.75 apiece.

He was also successful in the One Day International format, making 17 appearances during which he amassed 135 runs averaging 41 with 2 centuries and a half-century to his name as well as picking up 94 catches across all formats combined

34. Gurkeerat Singh

Batter

Career

  • Competition: ODI: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 3: 49: 77: 87, Runs scored: 13: 2,942: 2,703: 1,386, Batting average: 6.50: 43.91: 46.60: 22.00, 100s/50s: 0/0: 6/18: 3/21: 0/6, Top score: 8: 201*: 108: 93*, Balls bowled: 60: 3,515: 1,151: 168, Wickets: 0: 41: 26: 6, Bowling average: –: 44.90: 35.26: 35.33, 5 wickets in innings: –: 1: 1: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: –: 5/38: 5/29: 2/15, Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 23/–: 28/–: 40/3
  • Competition: ODI: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 3: 49: 77: 87
  • Runs scored: 13: 2,942: 2,703: 1,386
  • Batting average: 6.50: 43.91: 46.60: 22.00
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 6/18: 3/21: 0/6
  • Top score: 8: 201*: 108: 93*
  • Balls bowled: 60: 3,515: 1,151: 168
  • Wickets: 0: 41: 26: 6
  • Bowling average: –: 44.90: 35.26: 35.33
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: 1: 1: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: –: 5/38: 5/29: 2/15
  • Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 23/–: 28/–: 40/3
  • Source: Cricinfo, 5 May 2019

Gurkeerat Singh Mann is a right-handed batsman and bowler who has played for Punjab in domestic cricket since 2011. He made his international debut for India against Australia in January 2016, and last played an ODI against Australia three months later.

Mann was born on 29 June 1990 in Muktsar, Punjab, India. He started playing cricket at an early age and represented his school team before joining the Punjab junior side. In 2008, he signed with Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) of the Indian Premier League (IPL). After two seasons with KXIP, Mann moved to IPL rivals Rajasthan Royals during the 2013 season.

At Rajasthan Royals too, he spent two seasons before returning to KXIP midway through the 2015 campaign; this time as captain of their squad following Rohit Sharma's retirement from all forms of cricket. However, shortly after taking over as captain Gurkeerat Singh Mann was ruled out for six months due to a knee injury sustained while fielding.FirstPost | Gurkeerat Singh Mann: A youngster with big aspirationsGurkeerat Singh Mann Profile - Cricket Magazine Upon making a full recovery he rejoined KXIP for their 2017 campaign which ended prematurely when they were relegated from the IPL after finishing bottom of their group. In November 2017 it was announced that Gurkeerat had been named in India's Test squad ahead of their series against West Indies; however he did not make an appearance in that series or any other subsequent Tests[India Test Squad] - ESPNCricinfo.

35. Aiden Markram

Batter

Aiden Markram Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC, Matches: 33: 44: 28: 86, Runs scored: 2,009: 1,088: 790: 6,009, Batting average: 34.05: 28.63: 39.50: 41.86, 100s/50s: 5/9: 0/5: 0/8: 17/27, Top score: 152: 96: 70: 204*, Balls bowled: 248: 444: 120: 856, Wickets: 2: 11: 6: 6, Bowling average: 65.00: 36.54: 24.66: 66.33, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 2/27: 2/18: 3/21: 2/27, Catches/stumpings: 32/–: 19/–: 22/–: 87/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC
  • Matches: 33: 44: 28: 86
  • Runs scored: 2,009: 1,088: 790: 6,009
  • Batting average: 34.05: 28.63: 39.50: 41.86
  • 100s/50s: 5/9: 0/5: 0/8: 17/27
  • Top score: 152: 96: 70: 204*
  • Balls bowled: 248: 444: 120: 856
  • Wickets: 2: 11: 6: 6
  • Bowling average: 65.00: 36.54: 24.66: 66.33
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 2/27: 2/18: 3/21: 2/27
  • Catches/stumpings: 32/–: 19/–: 22/–: 87/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 6 November 2022

Aiden Markram is a right-handed opening batsman who has played for South Africa since 2017. He made his Test debut against Bangladesh in September 2017 and scored 332 runs before being dropped from the side two months later.

In ODIs, he has scored 122 runs at an average of 33.33 including 4 half centuries so far. Aiden Markram is best known for his performances with the ball, where he's taken 49 wickets at an impressive economy rate of 3.25 during Tests and 36 wickets at an even better economy rate of 2.89 in ODIs .

Aiden Markram is a South African cricketer who has played for Northerns in the domestic T20 cricket competition and Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League (IPL). He made his Test debut against India at Centurion in November 2014, scoring 28 runs before being dismissed. In April 2018 he was named captain of Hampshire ahead of the season, which saw him score 1,088 runs from 44 matches at an average of 39.50 including two centuries – one against Somerset and another against Middlesex.

Aiden Markram made his One-Day International (ODI) debut for South Africa against India on 11 October 2022 at The Oval, scoring 41 not out while sharing a partnership with Quinton de Kock to help Cape Town secure victory by 7 wickets; this was also his fourth ICC World Twenty20 appearance as he had previously represented them at both the 2016 and 2017 tournaments as well as representing Sri Lanka in their inaugural edition of 20Twenty earlier that year. He announced his retirement from all forms of cricket after playing 86 Tests, 44 ODIs and 28 T20Is for South Africa

36. Baltej Singh

Career

Baltej Singh is a Sikh Canadian politician and Member of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia. He has been elected as a member of the BC Liberal Party, serving in various cabinet portfolios including Education, Infrastructure, Economic Development and Attorney General.

Baltej Singh was born on October 8th, 1963 in Amritsar, Punjab to parents who migrated from India to Canada during the early 1960s. After completing his undergraduate studies at Simon Fraser University and law degree at Osgoode Hall Law School he practiced law for several years before entering politics in 1997 In 2001 he was appointed Parliamentary Secretary responsible for multiculturalism by then Premier Glen Clark and re-elected with almost 60% of the vote in 2005 when he became Minister Responsible for Housing Policy In 2009 Baltej Singh entered provincial politics as candidate for Langley North where he won by acclamation defeating four other candidates including two sitting MLAs On May 14th 2013 Baltej Singh was sworn into office as MLA representing Langley North after being acclaimed following an election campaign that focused on improving access to quality education and increasing economic opportunity for residents

37. Ravi Bopara

Ravi Bopara Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 13: 120: 221: 323, Runs scored: 575: 2,695: 12,821: 9,845, Batting average: 31.94: 30.62: 40.44: 40.18, 100s/50s: 3/0: 1/14: 31/55: 15/61, Top score: 143: 101 *: 229: 201*, Balls bowled: 434: 1,860: 15,462: 8,097, Wickets: 1: 40: 257: 248, Bowling average: 290.00: 38.07: 36.50: 29.02, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 3: 1, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 1/39: 4/38: 5/49: 5/63, Catches/stumpings: 6/–: 35/–: 118/–: 103/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 13: 120: 221: 323
  • Runs scored: 575: 2,695: 12,821: 9,845
  • Batting average: 31.94: 30.62: 40.44: 40.18
  • 100s/50s: 3/0: 1/14: 31/55: 15/61
  • Top score: 143: 101 *: 229: 201*
  • Balls bowled: 434: 1,860: 15,462: 8,097
  • Wickets: 1: 40: 257: 248
  • Bowling average: 290.00: 38.07: 36.50: 29.02
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 3: 1
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 1/39: 4/38: 5/49: 5/63
  • Catches/stumpings: 6/–: 35/–: 118/–: 103/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 25 April 2021

Ravi Bopara is a right-handed batsman and right-arm medium bowler who has played for England since 2007. In 2012, he scored his first century for England in Tests against South Africa, becoming the 11th player to score a hundred in each of his first ten tests.

He made his One Day International debut against Australia on 2 February 2007 and went on to play 102 matches for England before retiring from international cricket at the end of 2015. Ravi Bopara was born in London to Punjabi parents and spent much of his childhood living in Canada before returning to England at the age of 18.

After playing club cricket for Ilford County Cricket Club, he signed with Surrey as an amateur talent in 2003 and made his professional debut later that year; he would go on to make over 350 appearances for Surrey across all formats of the game over nine seasons, winning both domestic titles twice apiece during that time (2007–09 & 2013–15).

On 26 January 2016 it was announced that Ravi Bopara had agreed terms with Essex following two years out of competitive cricket due to injury; he returned to action late into Essex's promotion chase from Division Two but they were eventually relegated after losing their final match against Northamptonshire by three wickets – thus concluding Ravi Bopara's second stint with a county side having initially left them midway through their Championship campaign back in 2011..

38. Manan Vohra

Batter

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 40: 56: 106, Runs scored: 2,386: 1,854: 2,832, Batting average: 37.87: 34.98: 28.89, 100s/50s: 7/11: 5/10: 1/16, Top score: 224: 143: 104*, Balls bowled: 36: 6: –, Wickets: 0: 1: –, Bowling average: –: 13.00: –, 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: –, 10 wickets in match: –: 0: –, Best bowling: –: 1/13: –, Catches/stumpings: 19/–: 15/–: 31/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 40: 56: 106
  • Runs scored: 2,386: 1,854: 2,832
  • Batting average: 37.87: 34.98: 28.89
  • 100s/50s: 7/11: 5/10: 1/16
  • Top score: 224: 143: 104*
  • Balls bowled: 36: 6: –
  • Wickets: 0: 1: –
  • Bowling average: –: 13.00: –
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: –
  • 10 wickets in match: –: 0: –
  • Best bowling: –: 1/13: –
  • Catches/stumpings: 19/–: 15/–: 31/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 23 August 2022

Manan Vohra is a right-handed batsman and bowler who has played for Punjab, Kings XI Punjab (squad no. 36) and Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

In 2018, he was signed by Rajasthan Royals as their fourth overseas player for the season. He made his debut for them in the first week of February 2019. Manan Vohra scored 73 runs in 5 innings at an average of 21.50 with a high score of 44 not out against Kolkata Knight Riders during the 2018 IPL Playoffs which helped his team reach the final where they were defeated by Chennai Super Kings Manan Vohra is a talented all-rounder who has been in consistent form for the Mumbai Indians.

He bowls off break and generates good control, while his batting also offers some firepower with the bat. His ability to take wickets from either end of the pitch makes him an important part of any team's attack. With 106 matches under his belt, Manan Vohra is one of the longest serving players in T20 cricket currently and looks set to continue this trend over coming years too.

39. Nathan Ellis

Bowler

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 3: 5: 7: 16, Runs scored: 6: 1: 164: 109, Batting average: 6.00: 0.50: 16.39: 18.16, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 3*: 1: 41: 31, Balls bowled: 138: 120: 1,570: 706, Wickets: 3: 15: 35: 22, Bowling average: 46.66: 8.53: 25.11: 27.13, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 2: 1, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 1/36: 4/28: 6/43: 5/38, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 3/–: 2/–: 0/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 3: 5: 7: 16
  • Runs scored: 6: 1: 164: 109
  • Batting average: 6.00: 0.50: 16.39: 18.16
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 3*: 1: 41: 31
  • Balls bowled: 138: 120: 1,570: 706
  • Wickets: 3: 15: 35: 22
  • Bowling average: 46.66: 8.53: 25.11: 27.13
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 2: 1
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 1/36: 4/28: 6/43: 5/38
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 3/–: 2/–: 0/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 21 October 2022

Nathan Ellis is a right-handed bowler who made his international debut for Australia in March 2022. Ellis has played for Hobart Hurricanes since 2018, and he has taken 235 wickets in ODIs and 98 T20Is.

Ellis is known for his quick deliveries and good control bowling technique. Nathan Ellis is a left-handed batsman and occasional right arm off spinner who has played for Tasmania since 2019. He made his international debut in the ODI series against Pakistan in May 2021, scoring 44 runs from 5 matches before being dropped for the next series against Hampshire in July 2022.

Nathan Ellis made his T20I debut later that year, taking 3 wickets with bowling average of 25.11 as Tasmania won their first ever match at this format. In September 2022 he was called up to play in the Twenty20 World Cup qualifying tournament in Punjab Kings but only managed 2 catches and no stumpings during the group stage matches which saw them eliminated from contention.
Nathan Ellis returned to domestic cricket early in 2023, playing 7 matches for the Tasmanian State Cricket Team before retiring at the end of that season due to injury.
After retirement Nathan Ellis took up coaching duties with state side Tasmania where he continues to work as of January 2019

40. Atharva Taide

Career

Atharva Taide is a young left-handed batsman and bowler who has been playing cricket since he was a child. He made his first-class debut for Maharashtra in the 2016–17 Ranji Trophy season, scoring 138 runs in five matches.

In January 2018, Atharva signed up with Kings XI Punjab as their third overseas player for the 2018 Indian Premier League season. After making two appearances for the team, he was released at the end of May 2018. In September 2018, Taide won silver medals with India U19s at the under 19 World Cup held in New Zealand Atharva Taide is a top order batsman for Vidarbha in the Indian Premier League.

He made his Twenty20 debut for Vidarbha in 2018 and has since been an important part of their batting line up. Taide averages 38 runs per innings in the IPL, which puts him among the leading run scorers overall. The 21-year-old was also named as one of India's squad for the Cricket World Cup 2019 but did not make any appearances during the tournament itself. Atharva Taide will be hoping to continue his good form when Vidarbha take on Gujarat Kings in their next match at Wankhede Stadium on Wednesday (January 8th).

41. Marcus Stoinis

All-rounder

Marcus Stoinis Career

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

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

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

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

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

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

42. Martin Guptill

Batter

Martin Guptill Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC, Matches: 47: 198: 122: 118, Runs scored: 2,586: 7,346: 3,531: 7,747, Batting average: 29.38: 41.73: 31.81: 38.54, 100s/50s: 3/17: 18/39: 2/20: 17/40, Top score: 189: 237*: 105: 227, Balls bowled: 428: 109: 6: 854, Wickets: 8: 4: 0: 11, Bowling average: 37.25: 24.50: –: 61.27, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: –: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: –: 0, Best bowling: 3/11: 2/6: –: 3/11, Catches/stumpings: 50/–: 104/–: 68/–: 137/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC
  • Matches: 47: 198: 122: 118
  • Runs scored: 2,586: 7,346: 3,531: 7,747
  • Batting average: 29.38: 41.73: 31.81: 38.54
  • 100s/50s: 3/17: 18/39: 2/20: 17/40
  • Top score: 189: 237*: 105: 227
  • Balls bowled: 428: 109: 6: 854
  • Wickets: 8: 4: 0: 11
  • Bowling average: 37.25: 24.50: –: 61.27
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: –: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: –: 0
  • Best bowling: 3/11: 2/6: –: 3/11
  • Catches/stumpings: 50/–: 104/–: 68/–: 137/–

Martin Guptill is a right-handed opening batter for New Zealand. He made his Test debut in 2009 against India and has since played 43 matches, scoring 973 runs with an average of 34.09.

In the shorter forms of the game he is also very effective, having scored over 1000 runs in First Class cricket and averaging 50 in T20s. A powerful hitter of the ball, Martin Guptill often opens the batting with top scorers like Kane Williamson or Ross Taylor at number 3 or 4 in New Zealand's line-up.

Originally from Auckland, Martin now plays club cricket for Wellington Phoenix and Western Storm respectively where he also bowls off break overs as well as batting lower down the order to give other batsmen time to get their eye in during innings long spells. Martin Guptill is a New Zealand cricketer who has played for his country since 2005 and made his international debut in 2009.

He was part of the Auckland squad that won the 2010/11 domestic T20 competition, before being signed by Sydney Thunder for their inaugural season in the IPL. Guptill enjoyed another successful year with Mumbai Indians in 2016, scoring 1,181 runs at an average of 38.90 including five centuries and two half-centuries en route to winning both the Indian Premier League (IPL) Player of the Tournament award and ESPNcricinfo's Cricketer of the Year accolade.

In 2017 he joined Kings XI Punjab on a Kolpak deal, but struggled with form as they were relegated from first division cricket midway through the season; nevertheless, he finished as one of their leading run-scorers with 692 runs at 31.07 averaging over 40 per innings including three centuries and five fifties across all formats combined. The 2018/19 season saw him sign for Worcestershire County Cricket Club where he scored heavily throughout September culminating in becoming only justthe sixth player ever to score 1000 plus runs in each format of T20I & ODI cricket when he reached 1100 not out against Somerset on 14th December 2018 - equalling Sachin Tendulkar's record for most aggregate scores across all versions if Twenty20Is & ODIs respectively (Sachin Tendulkar: 1135*).

This success led him to be awarded International Cricket Council’s Global Ambassador status for 2019 alongside other ICC Ambassadors such as Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers which will see Martin tour various countries around world promoting cricket whilst also engaging with local communities .

43. Rahul Chahar

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 1: 6: 20: 47, Runs scored: 13: 5: 380: 262, Batting average: 13.00: 5.00: 20.00: 10.91, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/1: 0/0, Top score: 13: 5: 84: 48, Balls bowled: 60: 132: 3,539: 2,423, Wickets: 3: 7: 73: 80, Bowling average: 18: 23.85: 29.50: 25.48, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 7: 2, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 3/54: 3/15: 5/59: 5/24, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 3/–: 5/–: 14/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 1: 6: 20: 47
  • Runs scored: 13: 5: 380: 262
  • Batting average: 13.00: 5.00: 20.00: 10.91
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/1: 0/0
  • Top score: 13: 5: 84: 48
  • Balls bowled: 60: 132: 3,539: 2,423
  • Wickets: 3: 7: 73: 80
  • Bowling average: 18: 23.85: 29.50: 25.48
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 7: 2
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 3/54: 3/15: 5/59: 5/24
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 3/–: 5/–: 14/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 30 December 2022

Rahul Chahar is a right-handed bowler who plays for India. He made his international debut in 2019 and has played 237 ODIs to date. Rahul was born in Bharatpur, Rajasthan and is the older brother of Ishani Chahar, who he married in 2022.

Rahul's best performance came when he took 5/35 against Sri Lanka at the ICC World Cup Qualifier tournament in March 2021 Rahul Chahar made his Twenty20 International debut for India against West Indies in 2019. Rahul Chahar has played first-class cricket for Rajasthan and also represented Mumbai Indians in the T20I format.

He was part of the Rising Pune Supergiants squad that won the 2018 Indian Premier League (IPL). Rahul Chahar is a right-handed batsman and bowls right arm off break, he achieved a batting average of 20 over 10 innings during the IPL season which led to him being picked by Mumbai Indians in the international side later on. In total, he has scored 380 runs at an average of 13 with five half centuries and 73 wickets at an average of 80 while playing 47 matches in all formats for his country so far

44. Luke Pomersbach

Batter

Luke Pomersbach Career

  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 1: 39: 37: 56, Runs scored: 15: 2,785: 666: 1,228, Batting average: 15.00: 39.78: 20.81: 26.12, 100s/50s: 0/0: 5/20: 1/2: 1/5, Top score: 15: 176: 104*: 112*, Balls bowled: –: 273: 18: –, Wickets: –: 5: 0: –, Bowling average: –: 30.80: –: –, 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: –: –, 10 wickets in match: –: 0: –: –, Best bowling: –: 1/4: –: –, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 51/–: 20/–: 21/–
  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 1: 39: 37: 56
  • Runs scored: 15: 2,785: 666: 1,228
  • Batting average: 15.00: 39.78: 20.81: 26.12
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 5/20: 1/2: 1/5
  • Top score: 15: 176: 104*: 112*
  • Balls bowled: –: 273: 18: –
  • Wickets: –: 5: 0: –
  • Bowling average: –: 30.80: –: –
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: –: –
  • 10 wickets in match: –: 0: –: –
  • Best bowling: –: 1/4: –: –
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 51/–: 20/–: 21/–
  • Source: ESPNCricinfo, 6 June 2014

Luke Anthony Pomersbach was born in Bentley, Western Australia on 28 September 1984. He is a left-handed batsman and bowler who has played for Australia since 2007.

His first international match came against New Zealand eleven months later, and he went on to score 26 runs in the T20I game that followed. In domestic cricket, Luke has represented WA at both state level and domestically with Perth Scorchers (2009-2016).

Outside of cricketing commitments, Luke is an electrician by trade and volunteers with Special Olympics as one of their ambassadorships across the country Pomersbach is a hard-hitting right hander who has played for Western Australia, Kings XI Punjab and Royal Challengers Bangalore in the T20 format over the past two years.

The Perth allrounder made his first-class debut for Victoria during the 2012/13 season before moving to English county side Somerset later that year. 3. Pomersbach was named in Australia's squad for their tour of England in March 2014 but did not make an appearance on either occasion due to injury. 4. He returned to cricketing action during the 2013/14 Australian domestic season and helped Queensland win the 2013–14 Big Bash League title with 18 wickets at 30.80 bowling average – including 5 scalps against Melbourne Renegades – as well as scoring 166 runs from 37 innings at an average of 20.81 with five centuries and four fifties*.

45. Dinesh Karthik

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..

46. 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

47. Manvinder Bisla

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

48. Cheteshwar Pujara

Batter

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.#

49. Jitesh Sharma

Career

Jitesh Sharma was born on October 22, 1993 in Amravati, Maharashtra. Jitesh is an Indian cricketer who plays for the Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

He made his first-class debut for Maharashtra in the 2011–12 Ranji Trophy and has since represented India A and Delhi Daredevils in domestic cricket competitions. In December 2015, he was named captain of Mumbai Indians franchise for the 2016 IPL season following injury to Rohit Sharma.

As of March 2017, he has played 34 matches and scored 548 runs at an average of 29.31 with a highest score of 92 not out from during the 2016 IPL tournament which helped Mumbai Indians win their fourth title overall.. Jitesh Sharma is a right-handed wicketkeeper batsman who plays for Vidarbha and Punjab Kings in the Ranji Trophy.

He made his first-class debut for Vidarbha against Tamil Nadu in 2013/14, scoring 54 runs from 90 balls before being dismissed by Suresh Raina. In 2018/19, he was part of India's squad for the T20I series against Sri Lanka. He scored 1 run from 3 innings in the series as India were defeated 4-0. Jitesh Sharma has also played one List A match for Punjab Kings, making an unbeaten 36* from 21 balls during their 2016–17 Vijay Hazare Trophy group stage campaign.

In February 2019, he was named in India's Twenty20 International (T20I) Squad to face England at home later that month but did not make an appearance due to injury sustained during a domestic game earlier that month.

50. Raj Bawa

Career

  • Competition: FC: T20, Matches: 2: 6, Runs scored: 152: 89, Batting average: 50.66: 29.66, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 44: 40*, Balls bowled: 264: 60, Wickets: 3: 3, Bowling average: 49.00: 28.66, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: n/a, Best bowling: 2/44: 2/16, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 1/–
  • Competition: FC: T20
  • Matches: 2: 6
  • Runs scored: 152: 89
  • Batting average: 50.66: 29.66
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 44: 40*
  • Balls bowled: 264: 60
  • Wickets: 3: 3
  • Bowling average: 49.00: 28.66
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: n/a
  • Best bowling: 2/44: 2/16
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 1/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 2 April 2022

Raj Bawa is a young batsman and bowler who has been playing for Chandigarh since the age of 16. He made his first-class debut in February 2022 against Hyderabad.

Raj Bawa is a left-handed batter and right-arm medium-fast bowler. Raj Bawa's grandfather, Trilochan Singh, was an allrounder who played for Himachal Pradesh between 1957 and 1965.

In 2020, Raj Baw Raj Bawa is an all-rounder who plays for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League. 2. He made his T20I debut against England and has since played two matches, scoring 152 runs at an average of 50.66 with a top score of 44 not out.

3. Raj Bawa also takes part in other cricket formats including first class and List A cricket where he has been successful, taking wickets with a bowling average of 49 as well as catches and stumpings going unrecorded

51. Vaibhav Arora

Career

Vaibhav Arora is a young batsman and right arm medium-fast bowler who made his international debut for India in the Test series against West Indies in May 2018.

He has been very impressive in the limited overs formats of the game, scoring centuries both at home (against England) and abroad (against Australia). Arora was born to an Indian father and English mother and thus qualifies to play for both countries' cricket teams.

The 25-year old is currently playing for Rajasthan Royals in IPL 2019 as their opening batsman/bowler. Vaibhav Arora is a right-handed bowler who has represented India in Under 19 and Twenty20 Internationals. He made his first-class debut for Himachal Pradesh in the 2018-19 season and took 31 wickets at an average of 26.00, with best figures of 7/39 against Jammu & Kashmir.

In January 2019, he was named in the Kolkata Knight Riders squad for the 2019 Indian Premier League (IPL). He made his IPL debut on 4 April 2019, taking 2 wickets from 3 overs during their match against Mumbai Indians. He was retained by Kolkata Knight Riders for the 2020 IPL season and finished as the team's second highest wicket taker with 22 scalps at 17.33 average .

Final Words

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In a baseball cost around $ 0.25 per ball.

What Happened To Freddie And Fitzsimmons?

Freddie and Fitzsimmons were a pair of white Tuxedo cats who lived in the fictional town of West Side Story. They were best friends and inseparable, until one day they disappeared.

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