1. David Warner
The explosive left-handed batsman, David Warner after missing 1 year of international cricket for Australia will be returning to the squad for World Cup 2019. This year in the IPL, Warner scored 692 runs from 12 matches which included 9 fifty plus scores along with a hundred. His contribution helped Sunrisers Hyderabad reach the playoffs.
With Aaron Finch and Usman Khawaja in brilliant form, Warner’s batting position is undecided.
David Warner made his ODI debut for Australia against England in 2009. He has played 106 ODI matches (104 innings) and scored 4343 runs with an average of 43.43, with 14 centuries and 17-half centuries.
In the 2015 World Cup held in Australia and New Zealand, Warner was one of the key players for Australia with 345 runs from 8 matches (8 innings) with the best score of 178!
He is one of the key players for Australia in this year’s World Cup. With flat pitches helping the batsmen, Warner can destroy the opposition on his day.