Predicted World XI to face India in a celebratory match in August
The Indian government proposed a match between India and the rest of the world to celebrate 75 years of India's independence. The game will take place on the 22nd of August at the Feroz Shah Kotla stadium in Delhi as India refuses to come out of their two-year cricketing exile.
Possibly, in a match with international names, the World XI will take on a full-strength Indian side for charity to raise funds and regain global renown.
The 1P predicts this world XI
Jos Buttler is one of England's most fearsome openers during white ball cricket. He will take over for Eoin Morgan who retired from international cricket recently.
Buttler's batting prowess has been well-documented, but the latest IPL was his most successful by far. In the Netherlands game, he got a mind-blowing century. He's now one of the world's best limited overs batters.
2. DAVID WARNER
With his T20 performance, Warner showed he is not just a one-dimensional batsman, but has a keen eye in the shorter forms of the game.
Warner is ranked third in the world in terms of runs scored in Short Matches. He has not yet appeared on red matche, but has played a lot in shorter matches against other countries, and just two more runs can get him the top six to be able to be a part of both types.
He is a prolific player both on and off the field. He has been well loved by fans for his antics when he retires, and specifically for his family videos on social media.
3. BABBAR AZAM (C)
Arguably the best batter in all formats in cricket at the moment, Babar Azam is sought-after. His impressive play has proven his ability against opponents of high caliber and cemented his spot as one of the top in the sport.
Aiden Markram is a good player because he has both stroke-making and power-hitting abilities.
In IPL 2032, the South African demonstrated outstanding batting skills and was a force to reckon with in the middle overs for Sunrisers Hyderabad. He scored 381 runs for the franchise and averaged 47.6.
5. NOCHOLAS POORAN
West Indies' new white-ball captain has had a mixed start. His side lost back-to-back ODI series against Pakistan and Bangladesh, then obtained a T20I series victory against Bangladesh.
Pooran has succeeded in both his leadership and batting responsibilities, because he was awarded the Player of the Series in the T20I series against Bangladesh. The southpaw did not carry his success over to the ODI series.
6 LIAM LVINGSTONE
England player Liam Livingstone has played only a few matches for the national side, but has already established himself as one of the key players in their white-ball team. He is endowed with exceptional power hitting abilities and currently one of the scariest batters in limited-overs cricket.
Hasan Ali has been impressing in both the IPL and ODIs. He amassed a total of 437 runs for Punjab, and is currently one of the most sought-after T20 cricketers.
7. Rashid Khan
Rashid Khan is an Afghan globetrotting bowling sensation. He has been one of the mainstays of the most popular domestic T20 leagues around the globe, and while still just 23 years old, he is the third-highest wicket-taker in T20Is and is one of the fastest to 100 wickets in this format.
Wanindu Hasaranaga, a leg-break bowler and Sri Lanka's latest mystery spinner, is sensational. He took 36 wickets in T20Is in 2021.
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Kagiso Rabada does not let opposing batters hit a ball with his fast bowling, and constantly insults them during the process.
10 TRENT BOLT
New Zealand’s Trent Boult has done well with his new ball, swinging deliveries and being a prominent figure in the Test match circuit. He has improved his game in the shorter formats of the game in recent times.
11 Mitchell STARC
Cricket fans in India would love to see Starc playing for the Indian cricket team.