Tuesday, 23 May 2017

The Most Watched-out Players in the Champions Trophy

With the end of the tenth season of the IPL, all eyes will be on the Champions Trophy from June 1 in England. The match will be from Bangladesh in the first match of this tournament, famously known as Mini World Cup. Some of the eight teams playing in the tournament are selected batsmen, who aim to turn the dice for their team. Know who will be on the batsmen, everyone's eyes:

David Warner (Australia)
Australia's opening batting has named the Orange Cap in the IPL. Warners who hit the ball in the early overs always play in the fifth gear. In the last 10 ODIs, Warner has scored 5 centuries, out of which he has crossed 150 ratings points. In the ICC rankings, No. 2 batsman Warner would like to continue his IPL form.

Joe Root (England)
Joe Root, who performed well in the series against Ireland, has shown good game in ODIs in the last one year. The world considers them the future of England cricket, which they probably prove by their performance. Route will benefit greatly from domestic conditions. In the 2016-17 season the Route runs at an average of 81.75. Root has scored 9 hundreds in 85 ODIs.

AB De Villiers (South Africa)
This year's IPL did not go well for AB de Villiers, one of the most explosive batsmen from the world. However, AB with a strike rate of more than 100 in 216 one-day internationals, can sometimes make as many runs as they want by changing the gear. But Abby, who made just one Fifty from 9 matches of the IPL-10, would like to become his team's captain in the Champions Trophy this year.

Ken Williamson (New Zealand)
There is a saying in cricket, which means that the form keeps coming, but the class remains intact. Kiwi captain Kane Williamson is the same class batsman, who makes him one of the world's top players. There is no shortage of Williamson's batting enthusiasts. Whenever the batsman, who slowly strikes himself, is in color, he blows the colors of the opponents.

Virat Kohli (India)
Team India captain Virat Kohli will have 2 responsibilities this time. First of all, they should successfully defend the title of your team and the second one is to eliminate the runs of runs in England. Kohli, who has scored 27 centuries in ODIs, will have to forget the IPL and Australia series, for which he is well known. Kohli himself also hopes that his display with team jersey also changed.

Steve Smith (Australia)

Steve Smith, who has become the world's top batsman after leading the side as a leg-spinner, has led the Kangaroo team forward. In last 14 months, he has scored 667 runs at an average of 55.58. Smith, who plays 95 ODIs, has scored 8 centuries and 16 half-centuries. Smith, who is batting in his own style, is increasingly increasing day by day.

                                                            ----Amit Kumar Thakur

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