World Cup 2019: Best Spinners in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

Best Spinners in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 – There was no better timing for being a spinner than in the present times when the teams have taken an extra liking for their spinner and particularly for the wrist spinners. As per the experts, the World Cup in England is being played in dry conditions which generally suit the spinners.

Best Spinners in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

If the case is such, we are in for a treat watching wrist spinners wreaking havoc in this edition of the World Cup. There are some very exciting prospects as far as the spinners are concerned and we bring to you some of the big names you must look out for this ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

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Best Spinners in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

Rashid Khan (Afghanistan)

Rashid Khan

One of the most exciting cricketer and spinner to watch out this world cup would be leggie Rashid Khan from Afghanistan. Currently ranked the best T20 bowler and third best ODI bowler, Rashid Khan would be the biggest threat for any batsman this edition whether or not the pitch assists him. In his 58 ODIs that he played, he has taken 125 wickets, sometimes toppling the entire batting order. He has been the major reason for the meteoric rise of Afghanistan in world cricket. In this edition of the world cup, the cricketing bets would be high when he takes the field.

Kuldeep Yadav (India)

Kuldeep Yadav

Another bowler to have taken the world cricketing community by storm is Kuldeep Yadav – the x-factor of India’s world cup campaign in England this year. He can bowl both legs and off-cutters at will which are sometimes unplayable and can put the batsman in jeopardy of whether to press forward or remain in the back foot to negate the spin. The right-armed bowler generates ample help from his wrists and can turn the bowl in a dud pitch as well.

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Yuzvendra Chahal (India)

Yuzvendra Chahal

Since his inclusion in the team in mid-2016 for the tour against Zimbabwe against MS Dhoni, Yuzvendra Chahal has never looked back. He took his game further in the next tour of England to India where he marked a figure of 6/25 in T20 to sound alarms for his arrival into the regular ODI side. In his 41 ODIs played since his inclusion, Chahal has taken 72 wickets with a best of 6/42. His presence and coherence with Kuldeep Yadav can send horror signals in the opposition camps. This world cup could very well be the instance where he stamps his authority in the team.

Best Spinners in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

Nathan Lyon (Australia)

Nathan Lyon

Nathan Lyon has been the consistent player to make a mark in the Australian ODI squad. The right-armed spinner provides ample balance as far as the combination is combined. He has a special off cutter delivery which makes the batsmen gasp for air. He could very well be the bowler the Australian team was looking to curtail the run score in the middle overs.

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Adam Zampa (Australia)

Adam Zampa

Since the retirement of legendary spinners Shane Warne and Brad Hogg, the Australian think tank was quite behind in finding a suitable replacement to fill the big voids but their search seems to have ended with Adam Zampa in their ranks. He is one young prospect who looks ready for any big stage performance. His speedy googlies are not easy for any batsman to read. He was quite a player to read when Australia toured India in the winters and won the series 3-2.   

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