Top 6 Contenders to win ICC World Cup 2019

Cricket is the most liked sport in the world. This game has billion of fans. The Cricket World Cup 2019 event will take place on 30th May 2019 in England.

No doubt this is going to be worth watching the competition. We are all curious that which team will win this time. The preparations of the teams are on the way and every team is working hard to win the title this time.

Winning the title is not going to be easy as there’re more skilled players who are the monarch of batting and bowling. In 2015 the World Cup was won by Australia. AUS defeated New Zealand with powerful batting and bowling lines.

Recently England won a tournament against Australia and this team maintained the highest record of 481 scores against Australia. As England is the host this time and the last two World cups were won by the host team so here’s intrigue in everyone’s mind that either England will win or some team will lead the ground.

We are discussing the top six contenders to win world cup 2019 with the most excellent chances.

1. England
As England is battling this time from their home soil there are higher chances of their winning. Although England didn’t win the last world cup still this team is showing marvelous performances during the last few global ODI tournament.

England has reached the semi-finals of 2017 Champions Trophy. The team is capable of doing stunning batting and bowling.
Roy, Hales, Root, Morgan, Stokes, Butler give the most challenging line-up to the competitors through their deep bating.
Mark Wood, Ben Stokes, David Willey, Adil Rashid, and Liam Plunkett Chips are the leading bowlers of the England team. They did a series of defeat through their spin department, fantabulous fielding side and limited wickets.

2. Australia
Australian Team is one of the leading champions all over the world. The excellent batch of Steve Smith, David Warner has proved as the versatile batsman and drew the enemies to havoc.
Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazelwood and Pat Cummins are capable of doing heavy pitches around the globe.
Although they are running through the nasty circumstances probably because of the captain Tim Paine who is not doing any wonderful job. May he’ll be replaced soon with Alex Carey and Peter Handscomb. No doubt if the team will make a heavy round about it can win the battle as it has strong players.

3. India
India is one nation within the world where cricket it everything. There are a few doubts on whether M. S. Dhoni will play the World Cup 2019, Kohli freshly said that he is an essential part of the team, and in all chance, one of India’s most unbeaten captain will be in the squad. India’s chances in winning the Cricket World 2019.

4. New Zealand
The team New Zealand has remained one of the runners in the last world cups. Kane Williamson is the predominant batsman which is coming with its excellent batting unit in the field. Martin Guptill, Ross Taylor, and Luke Ronchi are the middle-orders who’re destructive to others.
However, Tom Latham is the most like batsman of the team and he does a wonderful performance. Trent Boult, Tim Southee, and Malt Henry make a heavy defeat to the competitors by their decent ordnance of spinners and rounder.

5. South Africa
This team is one of the high caliber teams with a blend of excellent players. Rabada and Ngidi gave remarkable performances in the past matches. While talking about the batting unit Duplessis, Miller, Duminy, Decock, Amla, and Klaasen are unpredictable who defeat the grounds with the powerful lineup.

6. Pakistan
Although Pakistan didn’t win the World cup since 1992 the potential of the Pakistani team is always dubious. There’re obvious chances of Pakistan to have victory in the World cup of 2019.
Sarfraz Ahmed is the captain of the team who is very talented and decides all the team up very nicely. Muhammad Amir, Faheem Ashraf, and Shadab Khan are the good rounders who picks wickets well.
Fakhar Zaman, Babar Azam, and Inam-ul Haq are the most dangerous veterans who make high scores with eminent batting.
Updated: January 10, 2019 — 3:24 pm
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