5 All-Rounders to Watch out for Cricket World Cup 2019
There are cricketers who are really working hard to ensure that their batting and bowling, both can help the team and lead to their victory. These all-rounders are working really hard for the team and providing their respected teams’ breakthroughs that are an important time to time. They score runs and take wickets as well.
TOP ALL-ROUNDERS, YOU MUST WATCH IN ODI CRICKET WORLD CUP 2019
We have prepared a list of some of the best all-rounders who are must watch in this cricketing grand tournament. Let’s see which all-rounder performs to the best and meet the expectations of the team.
SHAKIB AL HASSAN
Shakib has been the best All-rounder for Bangladesh and one of the top players in the world for some time now. Hassan has been contributing with both bat and ball for years now for Bangladesh and the team would be expecting same as they look to reach the knockout stage. You can watch his batting display highlights on the internet.
Stokes has established himself as one of the top all-rounders currently with performances with both ball and ball and will to continue performing at the ICC CWC 2019 as England look to challenge for the trophy on home soil. You can watch live streaming of matches online also.
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Mitchell Marsh has been a great find for the Australian Cricket team over the past 2 years with the younger of the Marsh brothers contributing a lot to the team with his consistent performances and Australia would want him to carry his form to the 2019 cricket world cup.
Pandya has carved a name for himself in the cricketing world with some eye-catching batting display down the order for India and some useful bowling spells. Combined with good fielding ability, Pandya hopes to deliver a complete package for the team in a bid to win the World Cup for the 3rd time in their history. The live scores for the matches would be available online.
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Mathews has been around the cricketing scene for a long time now and would be looking to put in an improved performance with both the bat and ball at the CWC 2019 as a comparatively young and inexperienced Sri Lanka would be looking to punch about their weight and reach the semi-finals of the tournament.