Just one week away to start the ICC cricket world cup 2019. People are started to pick their best teams and watch out players for world cup 2019. In that order, Nasser Hussain picks his six watches out players for world cup 2019.
Nasser Hussain told Sky Sports,
“I think Gayle will want to do something very special. Russell has been out of the West Indies set up but is a fantastic player. Rashid Khan from Afghanistan is one of the best white-ball bowlers in the world.”
“Another top bowler is Bumrah – he absolutely nails his yorkers and death bowling will be key throughout the tournament. Kane Williamson, that quiet, smiling assassin from New Zealand… he always scores runs. And the greatest player in the world is in town in Virat Kohli.”
“Hosts England, defending champions Australia and two-time winners India are the three favorites just nine days ahead of the World Cup but Hussain says a number of teams are capable of producing upsets. Anyone on their day can beat you,’ the ex-England batsman added. ‘Don’t write off Afghanistan and West Indies,” Nasser Hussain said.
“England will go into the tournament knowing they have to be good throughout. Make sure you get the points in the bag. They will get through to the knockout stages I think. But then it’s a one-off game, and anyone can beat anyone. England’s recent record is phenomenal though and they will be confident,” he further added.
“That’s the best squad that England have ever picked for a World Cup. That is a phenomenal lineup of cricketers, especially in the batting department. It could be a blessing in disguise for Denly. He (Dawson) is a good pick. Say you get to a semi-final on a tired pitch and Moeen or Adil Rashid comes down with illness, Liam is England’s next best white-ball spinner. Denly is a batsman who bowls a bit. So this is the right selection for me,” Nasser Hussain signed off.