World Cup 2023: Top 5 all-rounders to watch out for 

Top 5 all-rounders to watch out for World Cup
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Top 5 all-rounders to watch out for World Cup


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The 13th edition of the 50-over World Cup will take place in India serving as the host nation this year. The tournament will be held in India for the fourth time in its history beginning on October 5, 2023, Starting with England vs. New Zealand as the opening match at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

This will be the fourth time that India will be hosting the tournament and the first time that it will be the sole host. They previously co-hosted the tournament in 1987, 1996 and 2011.

All the Countries will look to play with the fit and full strength squad at the start of the tournament, we have couple of batters who have topped the batting charts in the past times as they have extraordinary scores and performance in crucial games.

Here are the top 5 All Rounders in the lineup of the ICC World Cup 2023 to watch out for, The stage is set for exceptional batting performances as the cricketing world gears up for the 2023 World Cup. Hardik Pandya, Marcus Stoinis, Shakib Al Hassan,  Marco Jansen and Ben Stokes  are five batters who have the potential to shine in this grand tournament.

In any tournament like World Cup, effort that is successful must have all-around players. The value of players who can contribute with both the ball and the bat cannot be overstated. Players like Jacque Kallis, Kapil Dev, Steve Waugh, Yuvraj Singh, and Ian Botham have excelled for their sides in prior World Cups thanks to their all-around abilities.

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Now we will look at the  All rounders for the ICC ODI World Cup 2023 this time:

1. Hardik Pandya (India)

As he is commendable cricketer in any format may it be with bat or ball. In ODI cricket, Hardik Pandya averages 33.81 with the bat. By any standard, his strike rate of 110.22 is remarkable. Pandya has taken 79 wickets with the ball in hand so far, with an average of 36.04.

He played well with the ball at the just-completed Asia Cup. Pandya appears to have improved his bowling variations, and the 2017 World Cup is anticipated to be fruitful for him.

Pandya has climbed one spot to rank sixth in the ICC Men’s ODI All-Rounder Rankings. He is rated 243, which puts him ahead of Mehidy Hasan, Chris Woakes, and Mitchell Santner.

Because of his versatility and flexible cricket, He can play any position as the team requires.

2. Marcus Stoinis (Australia)

Stoinis is a superb batsman who thoughtfully plans out his innings and don’t throw  his wicket. In recent years, he has helped Australia win numerous games. It is impossible to downplay his contribution to the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 semifinal victory over Pakistan.

Stoinis is equally skilled with the ball. During the just-completed South Africa trip, he bowled fairly well. His performance in major competitions like the World Cups has always been strong, and the Australian team highly values his experience.

3. Shakib Al Hasan (Bangladesh)

In the most recent ICC All Rounder ratings, Shakib Al Hasan holds the top spot. One of Bangladesh’s most talented athletes in recent memory is Shakib.

In subcontinental games, he has consistently done superbly. Shakib brings with him the accent of IPL experience and is fully aware of what to anticipate on Indian fields.

In one-day international cricket, he presently averages 37.48. With a score of 29.32 for bowling average Shakib has a fantastic bowling form. In ODI cricket, he has 7384 runs scored and 308 wickets in hand. This numbers has only been attained by a select few cricketers worldwide. In all the formats of the game as a skipper Shakib offers the squad a lot of freedom.

4. Marco Jansen (South Africa)

He’s a rising South African cricket star. Jansen demonstrated his bat skills in the just finished ODI series against Australia. In the final ODI, he hit a quick-fire 47 in the dying overs while also taking 5 wickets to derail the Australian batting.

Marco Jansen is a tall genuine pace bowler who does not provide enough freebies to batsmen. He bowls precise lines that typically result in wickets. The South African selectors benefit greatly from Jansen’s bat skills.

If the top order fails, they can always rely on batters like Marco Jansen to score some good runs in the good games. South Africa will benefit from his performance at the World Cup. This team will be tough to beat when these

5. Ben Stokes (England)

Ben Stokes is one of the best All rounders of the recent times in the relevant stage of the cricket.  Fortunately he has come out of the retirement as he retired for the ODI Cricket in last July, Now Its a reversal for the Star All Rounder to Play for the English team in the ICC ODI World Cup 2023.

It will be big stage farewell to the All Rounder, in the upcoming ICC ODI World Cup 2023 with the 2nd Win of the ICC ODI World Cup It will be anas great momnet in the cricketing career of Stokes.

Looking at the ODI carrier of Ben Stokes, as he ahs played 108 matches, with the bat he managed to scored 3156 runs with an average of 40.50. In the bowling area with 74 wickets in the ODI sessions with an economy of 6.05 he slay with the ball in and out. He has very good speed and can bowl around 135–140 kmph . He is an extremely good batsman.

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**Disclaimer: The cricket predictions are based on our analysis, and they do not promise fixed results. All the information is published in good faith and for general information purposes only**

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