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ICC T20 World Cup: Five months till the ICC T20 World Cup, and fans are already discussing who the best T20 player in the world is. Before the significant ICC event, many supporters will be watching their top players’ performances in forthcoming international matches and hoping they pick up steam.

The Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022, arguably the most prestigious T20 tournament, came to an unexpected conclusion. While some well-known athletes with strong statistical support failed, others gained additional numbers to their names.

Even if some of the most famous players had trouble living up to their reputations, nobody should rule them out for the 2018 World Cup in Australia.

Currently ranked top in the ICC T20 rankings, the Indian squad is one of the favorites to win the World Cup in Australia. However, according to their statistics, current form, and ICC rankings, the following list only includes two Indian cricketers.

ICC T20 World Cup: Predicted Best World Playing XI

Opener Batsmen: Jos Buttler (WK) & KL Rahul

ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance
ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance

The only better wicket-keeper opener on this list is also from the top-ranked team in the world. With overall team efforts and some recent individual heroism, India has been able to hold onto the top spot. The top 10 ICC T20I batting rankings presently only include the star Indian batsman.

Middle Order Batsmen: Babar Azam (C), Aiden Markram & Liam Livingstone

ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance
ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance

Notably, Babar Azam leads colleague and second-placed Mohammad Rizwan by a healthy 24-point margin in the ICC T20I batting rankings. With his poised leadership abilities, he will also guide this finest World XI list. He will be Jos Buttler’s sidekick because the Englishman will play explosive cricket first.

He has participated in 20 short-format international matches to date, but he is still ranked third in the ICC T20I batting rankings. In T20 international matches, he keeps his average around 40 and also contributes with his off-spin bowling in the middle overs. On the upcoming super event, Markram will be a crucial batter for his team.

The 28-year-old is currently fourth on the list of the top all-rounders in Twenty20 international cricket and is expected to play for England in the fifth or sixth spot at the forthcoming World Cup in Australia.

All-rounder: Glenn Maxwell, Rashid Khan & Wanindu Hasaranga

ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance
ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance
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According to the ICC rankings for T20I all-rounders, Maxwell is the only Australian all-rounder in the top ten. He continues to play in domestic and international T20 matches with a strike rate above 150. If necessary, he can also fill the role of the sixth bowler and bowl effectively in powerplay overs.

He took eight wickets in five matches at the 2017 World Cup for Afghanistan, leading the squad with an excellent economy rate of 6.14 and an average of 14.00. In just 61 games, he has claimed 109 wickets in T20 Internationals. While maintaining an economy rate of slightly over six. 

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In the ICC T20 best bowlers list, Hasaranga is ranked fifth, barely 27 points behind Rashid Khan. He will be the captain of Sri Lanka’s significantly better bowling lineup at the 2018 World Cup in Australia.

Bowlers: Jasprit Bumrah, Shaheen Afridi & Josh Hazlewood

ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance
ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance
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The 28-year-old fast holds a top-ten spot in the Test and ODI formats but is ranked 28th on the ICC T20 best bowlers list. He will probably join Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Harshal Patel for team India’s speed duo in the 2018 World Cup.

With wickets in each of his previous ten matches, the Pakistani quick is in excellent form internationally. In the previous World Cup, he grabbed seven wickets in six games. However, he will once again be an important bowler for Pakistan in the forthcoming World Cup in Australia. Alongside Josh Hazlewood, Shaheen Afridi is among the top 10 bowlers in every format of the game according to the ICC.

Hazelwood is one of just two bowlers in the world to be ranked in the top ten. That in each of the three formats by the ICC. Additionally, Australia is a strong favorite to win the prestigious trophy at home. That because of his bowling combination with Starc and Cummins.

ICC T20 World Cup: Five months till the ICC T20 World Cup, and fans are already discussing who the best T20 player in the world is. Before the significant ICC event, many supporters will be watching their top players’ performances in forthcoming international matches and hoping they pick up steam.

The Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022, arguably the most prestigious T20 tournament, came to an unexpected conclusion. While some well-known athletes with strong statistical support failed, others gained additional numbers to their names.

Even if some of the most famous players had trouble living up to their reputations, nobody should rule them out for the 2018 World Cup in Australia.

Currently ranked top in the ICC T20 rankings, the Indian squad is one of the favorites to win the World Cup in Australia. However, according to their statistics, current form, and ICC rankings, the following list only includes two Indian cricketers.

ICC T20 World Cup: Predicted Best World Playing XI

Opener Batsmen: Jos Buttler (WK) & KL Rahul

ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance
ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance

The only better wicket-keeper opener on this list is also from the top-ranked team in the world. With overall team efforts and some recent individual heroism, India has been able to hold onto the top spot. The top 10 ICC T20I batting rankings presently only include the star Indian batsman.

Middle Order Batsmen: Babar Azam (C), Aiden Markram & Liam Livingstone

ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance
ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance

Notably, Babar Azam leads colleague and second-placed Mohammad Rizwan by a healthy 24-point margin in the ICC T20I batting rankings. With his poised leadership abilities, he will also guide this finest World XI list. He will be Jos Buttler’s sidekick because the Englishman will play explosive cricket first.

He has participated in 20 short-format international matches to date, but he is still ranked third in the ICC T20I batting rankings. In T20 international matches, he keeps his average around 40 and also contributes with his off-spin bowling in the middle overs. On the upcoming super event, Markram will be a crucial batter for his team.

The 28-year-old is currently fourth on the list of the top all-rounders in Twenty20 international cricket and is expected to play for England in the fifth or sixth spot at the forthcoming World Cup in Australia.

All-rounder: Glenn Maxwell, Rashid Khan & Wanindu Hasaranga

ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance
ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance

According to the ICC rankings for T20I all-rounders, Maxwell is the only Australian all-rounder in the top ten. He continues to play in domestic and international T20 matches with a strike rate above 150. If necessary, he can also fill the role of the sixth bowler and bowl effectively in powerplay overs.

He took eight wickets in five matches at the 2017 World Cup for Afghanistan, leading the squad with an excellent economy rate of 6.14 and an average of 14.00. In just 61 games, he has claimed 109 wickets in T20 Internationals. While maintaining an economy rate of slightly over six. 

In the ICC T20 best bowlers list, Hasaranga is ranked fifth, barely 27 points behind Rashid Khan. He will be the captain of Sri Lanka’s significantly better bowling lineup at the 2018 World Cup in Australia.

Bowlers: Jasprit Bumrah, Shaheen Afridi & Josh Hazlewood

ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance
ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance

The 28-year-old fast holds a top-ten spot in the Test and ODI formats but is ranked 28th on the ICC T20 best bowlers list. He will probably join Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Harshal Patel for team India’s speed duo in the 2018 World Cup.

With wickets in each of his previous ten matches, the Pakistani quick is in excellent form internationally. In the previous World Cup, he grabbed seven wickets in six games. However, he will once again be an important bowler for Pakistan in the forthcoming World Cup in Australia. Alongside Josh Hazlewood, Shaheen Afridi is among the top 10 bowlers in every format of the game according to the ICC.

Hazelwood is one of just two bowlers in the world to be ranked in the top ten. That in each of the three formats by the ICC. Additionally, Australia is a strong favorite to win the prestigious trophy at home. That because of his bowling combination with Starc and Cummins.

ICC T20 World Cup: Five months till the ICC T20 World Cup, and fans are already discussing who the best T20 player in the world is. Before the significant ICC event, many supporters will be watching their top players’ performances in forthcoming international matches and hoping they pick up steam.

The Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022, arguably the most prestigious T20 tournament, came to an unexpected conclusion. While some well-known athletes with strong statistical support failed, others gained additional numbers to their names.

Even if some of the most famous players had trouble living up to their reputations, nobody should rule them out for the 2018 World Cup in Australia.

Currently ranked top in the ICC T20 rankings, the Indian squad is one of the favorites to win the World Cup in Australia. However, according to their statistics, current form, and ICC rankings, the following list only includes two Indian cricketers.

ICC T20 World Cup: Predicted Best World Playing XI

Opener Batsmen: Jos Buttler (WK) & KL Rahul

ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance
ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance

The only better wicket-keeper opener on this list is also from the top-ranked team in the world. With overall team efforts and some recent individual heroism, India has been able to hold onto the top spot. The top 10 ICC T20I batting rankings presently only include the star Indian batsman.

Middle Order Batsmen: Babar Azam (C), Aiden Markram & Liam Livingstone

ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance
ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance

Notably, Babar Azam leads colleague and second-placed Mohammad Rizwan by a healthy 24-point margin in the ICC T20I batting rankings. With his poised leadership abilities, he will also guide this finest World XI list. He will be Jos Buttler’s sidekick because the Englishman will play explosive cricket first.

He has participated in 20 short-format international matches to date, but he is still ranked third in the ICC T20I batting rankings. In T20 international matches, he keeps his average around 40 and also contributes with his off-spin bowling in the middle overs. On the upcoming super event, Markram will be a crucial batter for his team.

The 28-year-old is currently fourth on the list of the top all-rounders in Twenty20 international cricket and is expected to play for England in the fifth or sixth spot at the forthcoming World Cup in Australia.

All-rounder: Glenn Maxwell, Rashid Khan & Wanindu Hasaranga

ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance
ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance

According to the ICC rankings for T20I all-rounders, Maxwell is the only Australian all-rounder in the top ten. He continues to play in domestic and international T20 matches with a strike rate above 150. If necessary, he can also fill the role of the sixth bowler and bowl effectively in powerplay overs.

He took eight wickets in five matches at the 2017 World Cup for Afghanistan, leading the squad with an excellent economy rate of 6.14 and an average of 14.00. In just 61 games, he has claimed 109 wickets in T20 Internationals. While maintaining an economy rate of slightly over six. 

In the ICC T20 best bowlers list, Hasaranga is ranked fifth, barely 27 points behind Rashid Khan. He will be the captain of Sri Lanka’s significantly better bowling lineup at the 2018 World Cup in Australia.

Bowlers: Jasprit Bumrah, Shaheen Afridi & Josh Hazlewood

ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance
ICC T20 World Cup: Best World XI Based On Recent Performance

The 28-year-old fast holds a top-ten spot in the Test and ODI formats but is ranked 28th on the ICC T20 best bowlers list. He will probably join Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Harshal Patel for team India’s speed duo in the 2018 World Cup.

With wickets in each of his previous ten matches, the Pakistani quick is in excellent form internationally. In the previous World Cup, he grabbed seven wickets in six games. However, he will once again be an important bowler for Pakistan in the forthcoming World Cup in Australia. Alongside Josh Hazlewood, Shaheen Afridi is among the top 10 bowlers in every format of the game according to the ICC.

Hazelwood is one of just two bowlers in the world to be ranked in the top ten. That in each of the three formats by the ICC. Additionally, Australia is a strong favorite to win the prestigious trophy at home. That because of his bowling combination with Starc and Cummins.

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