Captains of the participating teams in the ensuing ICC World Cup 2019

The following cricketers will lead the participating teams in the ensuing ICC World Cup 2019.

No Player Team Date of birth (age) ODIs Role Batting Bowling style
1 Gulbadin Naib (c) Afg 16 Mar 1991 (28) 041 All-rounder Right RA medium-fast
2 Aaron Finch (c) Aus 17 Nov 1986 (32) 109 Batsman Right LA orthodox
3 Mashrafe Mortaza (c) Ban 05 Oct 1983 (35) 209 Bowler Right RA medium
4 Eoin Morgan (c) Eng 10 Sep 1986 (32) 218 Batsman Left RA medium
5 Virat Kohli (c) Ind 05 Nov 1988 (30) 227 Batsman Right RA medium
6 Kane Williamson (c) NZl 08 Aug 1990 (28) 139 Batsman Right RA off spin
7 Sarfaraz Ahmed (c, wk) Pak 22 May 1987 (32) 101 Wk-batsman Right RA off spin
8 Faf du Plessis (c) RSA 13 Jul 1984 (34) 134 Batsman Right RA leg spin
9 Dimuth Karunaratne (c) Srl 21 Apr 1988 (31) 017 Batsman Left RA medium
10 Jason Holder (c) Win 05 Nov 1991 (27) 091 All-rounder Right RA medium

The following seven teams will be led by new captains in the ensuing World Cup. The teams are – Afghanistan, Australia, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa and Sri Lanka

No Player Team Date of birth (age) ODIs Role Batting Bowling style
1 Gulbadin Naib (c) Afg 16 Mar 1991 (28) 041 All-rounder Right RA medium-fast
2 Aaron Finch (c) Aus 17 Nov 1986 (32) 109 Batsman Right LA orthodox
3 Virat Kohli (c) Ind 05 Nov 1988 (30) 227 Batsman Right RA medium
4 Kane Williamson (c) NZl 08 Aug 1990 (28) 139 Batsman Right RA off spin
5 Sarfaraz Ahmed (c, wk) Pak 22 May 1987 (32) 101 Wk-batsman Right RA off spin
6 Faf du Plessis (c) RSA 13 Jul 1984 (34) 134 Batsman Right RA leg spin
7 Dimuth Karunaratne (c) Srl 21 Apr 1988 (31) 017 Batsman Left RA medium

Shaheen Shah Afridi of Pakistan became the fourth bowler in the history of one-day internationals to capture four or more wickets conceding 80 plus runs.

Shaheen Shah Afridi of Pakistan became the fourth bowler in the history of one-day internationals to capture four or more wickets conceding 80 plus runs. He returned with figures of four for 82 against England at Leeds on 19.05.19. All the four occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 SCJ Broad 10.0 0 81 4 1 Eng Pak Leeds 12 Sep 2010
2 SW Masakadza 10.0 0 86 4 1 Zim RSA Bloemfontein 15 Oct 2010
3 AU Rashid 10.0 0 85 5 2 Eng Win St George’s 27 Feb 2019
4 Shaheen Shah Afridi 10.0 0 82 4 1 Pak Eng Leeds 19 May 2019

Pakistan bowlers create a world record in one-day games with a dubious distinction

The ongoing bilateral one day series between England and Pakistan has witnessed two occasions of two Pakistan bowlers conceding 80 plus runs in an innings on two occasions at Southampton on 11.05.19 and at Nottingham on 17.05.19 to provide the very first occasion of such an instance in the history of one day games constituting a dubious  world record in one day games. Both the occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Shaheen Shah Afridi 10.0 0 80 1 Pak Eng Southampton 11 May 2019
  Hasan Ali 10.0 1 81 1 Pak Eng Southampton 11 May 2019
                   
2 Junaid Khan 10.0 0 85 1 Pak Eng Nottingham 17 May 2019
  Mohammadh Hasnain 10.0 0 80 2 Pak Eng Nottingham 17 May 2019

There are 27 occasions of two or more bowlers conceding 80 plus runs in an innings, in the history of one  day  games. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 WPUJC Vaas 10.0 0 84 1 Srl Ind Taunton 26 May 1999
  KEA Upashantha 10.0 0 80 0 Srl Ind Taunton 26 May 1999
                   
2 Tapash Baisya 7.0 0 87 0 Ban Eng Nottingham 21 Jun 2005
  Nazmul Hossain 10.0 0 83 3 Ban Eng Nottingham 21 Jun 2005
                   
3 M Ntini 9.0 0 80 1 RSA Aus Johannesburg 12 Mar 2006
  AJ Hall 10.0 0 80 1 RSA Aus Johannesburg 12 Mar 2006
  R Telemachus 10.0 1 87 2 RSA Aus Johannesburg 12 Mar 2006
                   
4 DJ Reekers 9.0 0 82 1 Net Srl Amstelveen 04 Jul 2006
  PW Borren 10.0 0 94 1 Net Srl Amstelveen 04 Jul 2006
                   
5 MG Johnson 10.0 0 81 3 Aus NZl Hamilton 20 Feb 2007
  SR Watson 10.0 0 88 2 Aus NZl Hamilton 20 Feb 2007
                   
6 SM Pollock 10.0 0 83 0 RSA Aus Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
  CK Langveldt 10.0 0 82 1 RSA Aus Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
                   
7 A Nehra 10.0 0 81 1 Ind Srl Rajkot 15 Dec 2009
  Z Khan 10.0 0 88 0 Ind Srl Rajkot 15 Dec 2009
                   
8 DW Steyn 10.0 0 89 0 RSA Ind Gwalior 24 Feb 2010
  WD Parnell 10.0 0 95 2 RSA Ind Gwalior 24 Feb 2010
                   
9 BV Vitori 9.0 0 105 1 Zim NZl Napier 09 Feb 2012
  E Chigumbura 10.0 0 92 1 Zim NZl Napier 09 Feb 2012
                   
10 LL Tsotsobe 10.0 0 83 2 RSA Ind Cardiff 06 Jun 2013
  RK Kleinveldt 10.0 0 81 0 RSA Ind Cardiff 06 Jun 2013
                   
11 CJ McKay 10.0 0 89 1 Aus Ind Bengaluru 02 Nov 2013
  NM Coulter-Nile 10.0 0 80 0 Aus Ind Bengaluru 02 Nov 2013
                   
12 JE Taylor 10.0 0 95 1 Win RSA Johannesburg 18 Jan 2015
  JO Holder 9.0 0 91 0 Win RSA Johannesburg 18 Jan 2015
                   
13 Dawlat Zadran 10.0 1 101 2 Afg Aus Perth 04 Mar 2015
  Shapoor Zadran 10.0 0 89 2 Afg Aus Perth 04 Mar 2015
  Mohammad Nabi 10.0 0 84 0 Afg Aus Perth 04 Mar 2015
                   
14 B Kumar 10.0 0 106 1 Ind RSA Mumbai 25 Oct 2015
  MM Sharma 7.0 0 84 1 Ind RSA Mumbai 25 Oct 2015
                   
15 WB Rankin 10.0 0 86 1 Ire Srl Dublin (M) 18 Jun 2016
  KJ O’Brien 8.0 0 81 0 Ire Srl Dublin (M) 18 Jun 2016
                   
16 CA Young 10.0 0 81 3 Ire RSA Benoni 25 Sep 2016
  PKD Chase 10.0 0 86 0 Ire RSA Benoni 25 Sep 2016
                   
17 DW Steyn 10.0 0 96 2 RSA Aus Durban 05 Oct 2016
  K Rabada 10.0 0 86 1 RSA Aus Durban 05 Oct 2016
                   
18 MJ Henry 10.0 0 91 0 NZl Aus Canberra 06 Dec 2016
  TA Boult 10.0 0 80 1 NZl Aus Canberra 06 Dec 2016
                   
19 JT Ball 10.0 0 80 0 Eng Ind Cuttack 19 Jan 2017
  LE Plunkett 10.0 1 91 2 Eng Ind Cuttack 19 Jan 2017
                   
20 JO Holder 10.0 0 81 2 Win Eng Bristol 24 Sep 2017
  ML Cummins 9.0 0 82 3 Win Eng Bristol 24 Sep 2017
                   
21 NLTC Perera 8.0 0 80 3 Srl Ind Mohali 13 Dec 2017
  N Pradeep 10.0 0 106 0 Srl Ind Mohali 13 Dec 2017
                   
22 Dawlat Zadran 9.0 0 96 0 Afg Zim Sharjah 11 Feb 2018
  Gulbadin Naib 8.0 0 85 1 Afg Zim Sharjah 11 Feb 2018
                   
23 JA Richardson 10.0 1 92 3 Aus Eng Nottingham 19 Jun 2018
  AJ Tye 9.0 0 100 0 Aus Eng Nottingham 19 Jun 2018
  MP Stoinis 8.0 0 85 0 Aus Eng Nottingham 19 Jun 2018
                   
24 JO Holder 7.0 0 88 0 Win Eng St George’s 27 Feb 2019
  O Thomas 10.0 0 84 2 Win Eng St George’s 27 Feb 2019
                   
25 CR Woakes 10.0 0 91 0 Eng Win St George’s 27 Feb 2019
  AU Rashid 10.0 0 85 5 Eng Win St George’s 27 Feb 2019
                   
26 Shaheen Shah Afridi 10.0 0 80 1 Pak Eng Southampton 11 May 2019
  Hasan Ali 10.0 1 81 1 Pak Eng Southampton 11 May 2019
                   
27 Junaid Khan 10.0 0 85 1 Pak Eng Nottingham 17 May 2019
  Mohammadh Hasnain 10.0 0 80 2 Pak Eng Nottingham 17 May 2019

There are three occasions of three bowlers conceding 80 plus runs in an innings, in the history of one  day  games. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 M Ntini 9.0 0 80 1 RSA Aus Johannesburg 12 Mar 2006
  AJ Hall 10.0 0 80 1 RSA Aus Johannesburg 12 Mar 2006
  R Telemachus 10.0 1 87 2 RSA Aus Johannesburg 12 Mar 2006
                   
2 Dawlat Zadran 10.0 1 101 2 Afg Aus Perth 04 Mar 2015
  Shapoor Zadran 10.0 0 89 2 Afg Aus Perth 04 Mar 2015
  Mohammad Nabi 10.0 0 84 0 Afg Aus Perth 04 Mar 2015
                   
3 JA Richardson 10.0 1 92 3 Aus Eng Nottingham 19 Jun 2018
  AJ Tye 9.0 0 100 0 Aus Eng Nottingham 19 Jun 2018
  MP Stoinis 8.0 0 85 0 Aus Eng Nottingham 19 Jun 2018

The one day game history has witnessed another rare record in this category of statistics. Two bowlers conceding 80 plus  runs in the an innings by rival teams in the same match was witnessed in the game between West Indies and England at St George’s on 27.02.19. The following table lists  the occasions. JC Holder (none for 88} and O Thomas {2 for 84} of West Indies conceded 80 plus runs in England’s innings. CR Woakes {none for 91} and AU Rashid {5 for 85} of England conceded 80 plus runs in West Indies’ innings

No Player Overs M Runs W Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 JO Holder 7.0 0 88 0 Win Eng St George’s 27 Feb 2019
  O Thomas 10.0 0 84 2 Win Eng St George’s 27 Feb 2019
                   
2 CR Woakes 10.0 0 91 0 Eng Win St George’s 27 Feb 2019
  AU Rashid 10.0 0 85 5 Eng Win St George’s 27 Feb 2019

Cricketer who is set to make his one day debut in ICC World Cup 2019

New Zealand Wicket keeper batsman Tom Blundell is the only cricketer in all the team squads who is yet to play in a one-day game. He is all set to make his one day debut for his team New Zealand in the ensuing ICC World Cup 2019, if selected to play

Cricketers who have played one-day games between 90 and 99 prior to their participation in ICC World Cup 2019

The following is the list of cricketers who have played one day games between 90 and 99 prior to their participation in ICC World Cup 2019

1 Imran Tahir 27 Mar 1979 (40) 098 RSA
2 Rubel Hossain 01 Jan 1990 (29) 097 Ban
3 Darren Bravo 06 Feb 1989 (30) 095 Win
4 Asghar Afghan 22 Feb 1987 (32) 094 Afg
5 Moeen Ali 18 Jun 1987 (31) 092 Eng
6 Dinesh Karthik (wk) 01 Jun 1985 (33) 091 Ind
7 Jason Holder (c) 05 Nov 1991 (27) 091 Win

Cricketers who have appeared in one-day games between 100 and 200 prior to the participation in ICC World Cup 2019

The following is the list of cricketers who have appeared in one-day games between 100 and 200 prior to their participation in ICC World Cup 2019.

1 Shakib Al Hasan (vc) 24 Mar 1987 (32) 198 Ban
2 JP Duminy 14 Apr 1984 (35) 194 RSA
3 Tamim Iqbal 20 Mar 1989 (30) 193 Ban
4 Mahmudullah 04 Feb 1986 (33) 175 Ban
5 Hashim Amla 31 Mar 1983 (36) 174 RSA
6 Martin Guptill 30 Sep 1986 (32) 169 NZl
7 Thisara Perera 03 Apr 1989 (30) 153 Srl
8 Ravindra Jadeja 06 Dec 1988 (30) 151 Ind
9 Kane Williamson (c) 08 Aug 1990 (28) 139 NZl
0 Tim Southee 11 Dec 1988 (30) 139 NZl
11 Faf du Plessis (c) 13 Jul 1984 (34) 134 RSA
12 Shikhar Dhawan 05 Dec 1985 (33) 128 Ind
13 Jos Buttler (vc, wk) 08 Sep 1990 (28) 127 Eng
14 Joe Root 30 Dec 1990 (28) 127 Eng
15 Dale Steyn 27 Jun 1983 (35) 125 RSA
16 David Miller 10 Jun 1989 (29) 120 RSA
17 Lahiru Thirimanne 09 Aug 1989 (29) 117 Srl
18 Mohammad Nabi 03 Mar 1985 (34) 111 Afg
19 Aaron Finch (c) 17 Nov 1986 (32) 109 Aus
20 Steve Smith 02 Jun 1989 (29) 108 Aus
21 David Warner 27 Oct 1986 (32) 106 Aus
22 Quinton de Kock (vc, wk) 17 Dec 1992 (26) 106 RSA
23 Bhuvneshwar Kumar 05 Feb 1990 (29) 105 Ind
24 Sarfaraz Ahmed (c, wk) 22 May 1987 (32) 101 Pak
25 Glenn Maxwell 14 Oct 1988 (30) 100 Aus

Cricketers who have appeared in 200 plus one-day games prior to their participation in ICC World Cup 2019

The following is the list of cricketers who have played 200 plus one-day games prior to their participation in ICC World Cup 2019. It is noted with interest India’s MS Dhoni is the only cricketer to appear in 300 plus games – to be exact 341 games – prior to his participation in the ensuing World Cup 2019

No Player Date of birth (age) ODIs Team
1 MS Dhoni (wk) 07 Jul 1981 (37) 341 Ind
2 Chris Gayle (vc) 21 Sep 1979 (39) 289 Win
3 Shoaib Malik 01 Feb 1982 (37) 282 Pak
4 Virat Kohli (c) 05 Nov 1988 (30) 227 Ind
5 Eoin Morgan (c) 10 Sep 1986 (32) 218 Eng
6 Ross Taylor 08 Mar 1984 (35) 218 NZl
7 Lasith Malinga 28 Aug 1983 (35) 218 Srl
8 Mashrafe Mortaza (c) 05 Oct 1983 (35) 209 Ban
9 Mohammad Hafeez 17 Oct 1980 (38) 208 Pak
10 Rohit Sharma (vc) 30 Apr 1987 (32) 206 Ind
11 Mushfiqur Rahim (wk) 09 May 1987 (32) 205 Ban
12 Angelo Mathews 02 Jun 1987 (31) 203 Srl

« Older Entries

Skip to toolbar