CWC19: World Cup XI After Week Four

Who is in and who is out of our team of the tournament after four weeks?

Who are the best performing players after 33 games of the 2019 World Cup? Let the debate begin….

1. AARON FINCH (AUS)

Was this guys place in the Australian team really in question six months ago?

M
7
I
7
NO
0
Runs
496
HS
153
Ave
70.85
BF
477
SR
103.98
100s
2
50s
3

2. DAVID WARNER (AUS)

How about this guy, highest run scorer in the tournament to date despite being booed to and from the crease each and every time.

M
7
I
7
NO
1
Runs
500
HS
166
Ave
83.33
BF
573
SR
87.26
100s
2
50s
3

3. JOE ROOT (ENG)

His team hasn’t lived up to expectations but it has been no fault of Root who has been one of the players of the tournament to date.

M
7
I
7
NO
1
Runs
432
HS
107
Ave
72.00
BF
466
SR
92.70
100s
2
50s
3

4. BABAR AZAM (PAK)

His patient century against New Zealand may prove the most vital of the tournament if Pakistan can make an unlikely run at the semi finals.

M
6
I
6
NO
1
Runs
333
HS
101
Ave
66.66
BF
391
SR
85.86
100s
1
50s
2

5. KANE WILLIAMSON (NZ)

With an average of 138, just like his team, the Black Caps skipper is firing on all cylinders.

M
6
I
5
NO
2
Runs
442
HS
148
Ave
138
BF
532
SR
77.81
100s
2
50s
1

6. SHAKIB AL HASAN (BAN)

One of the leading run scorers in the tournament, for those who didn’t already know, the 32-year-old is one of the best all-rounders in world cricket.

M
6
I
6
NO
1
Runs
476
HS
124*
Ave
95.20
BF
480
SR
99.16
100s
2
50s
3

7. ALEX CAREY (AUS)

Might seem a surprising selection at first glance but, as the tournaments leader in dismissals and having provided important lower order runs for the Aussies, he is the right choice.

M
7
I
6
NO
3
Runs
173
HS
55*
Ave
57.66
BF
149
SR
116.10
100s
0
50s
1

8. JOFFRA ARCHER (AUS)

The English quick has had an explosive start to to the tournament and will have a major role to play if his team are to win their first World Cup.

M
7
I
7
O
63.5
M
7
R
325
W
16
BB
3/27
Ave
20.31
ER
5.09

9. MITCH STARC (AUS)

One of the most dangerous bowlers in the world, Starc once again finds himself at the pointy end of the World Cup wicket takers list.

M
7
I
7
O
64.4.0
M
4
R
347
W
19
BB
5/46
Ave
18.26
ER
5.36

10. MOHAMMAD AMIR (PAK)

Bewilderingly Pakistan left Amir out of their initial World Cup squad. The batsmen of the tournament’s other teams are no doubt wishing it had stayed that way.

M
6
I
6
O
56.0
M
4
R
286
W
16
BB
5/30
Ave
17.87
ER
5.10

11. LOCHIE FERGUSON (NZ)

The 28 year old, along with his fellow NZ quicks, has been on fire and deserves his place in the World Cup XI after four weeks.

M
6
I
6
O
53.4
M
3
R
267
W
15
BB
4/37
Ave
17.80
ER
4.97

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