Champions Trophy is all set to commence its beginning on today with the inaugural match between the hosts England & Bangladesh. We have picked five Champions Trophy stars to watch out for in this tournament, so what are we waiting for.
Well, if his bat didn’t roared in the IPL that much as according to everyone’s else expectations, still all the cricket fans can be damn sure that this beast is surely going to scare the shit out of the bowlers.
Having a successful record in chasing down the opponents and with the aggressive captaincy, Indian dressing room is surely praying for him to get in-form from the very first match itself against the arch-rival Pakistan.
This medium-heighted protean pacer can vary his bowling speeds with no difficulty and also at the same time manage his line and length.
The pitches of England & Wales, though noticeably known for helping pacers and fast bowlers, it would be very interesting to see how his full-length deliveries and yorkers are going to benefit him
Quinton de Kock
Quinton is a batsmen just like nut in a shell, who only needs a nutcracker to open him. Once opened, he always proves worthy of his mettle and destroys opponent’s bowling side in such a fashion that even all the eleven players concentrated on one side of the stadium could catch up his six or stop his boundaries, such power he has .
If he gets going at the top of the order, he could be deadly.
Does someone remembers Bhuvi’s maiden wicket on his maiden ball, where he swinged the bowl to the stumps to send back pavilion Mohammad Hafeez.
Bhuvi can swing the new ball both ways and you can be damn sure for his early breakthroughs that would be of immense importance to his team in the upcoming matches on the pitches of the England.
Ben Stokes is the R. Ashwin of the English team, he continues to improve his performance match by match both in batting and bowling.
This player can effortlessly mix in power and panache. The Durham all-rounder is proving equally effective with the ball and his ability to combine reverse swing with controlled hostility. He can make real difference in the limited overs.
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