ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Australia Squad Selected Final 15 Players

Adversaries are cautioned – the Australians could have upwards of nine players from their present 15-man squad backing up for the 2019 World Cup in England and Wales.

The triumphant Australian squad contained just six players over the age of 30 at this World Cup – Brad Haddin (37), Shane Watson (33), Michael Clarke (33), Mitchell Johnson (33), Xavier Doherty (32) and George Bailey (32).

The normal age of Australia’s 2015 World Cup victors was 28, with man-of-the-arrangement Mitchell Starc and man-of-the-last James Faulkner both only 24.

We investigate a conceivable 15-man squad for the following World Cup, including their age when the 2019 competition begins.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Australia Batsman

Aaron Finch 

ODI record: 49 recreations, 1,727 runs, 36.74 normal, 87.13 strike rate

Finch was taking care of business when he shot a century against England in the competition opener at the MCG. Accepting he doesn’t settle on an early international retirement to seek after household Twenty20 wealth – he stays a standout amongst the most sought after players in the 20-over arrangement – Finch could well hope to agree with the Aussies in the UK in four years time.

David Warner

ODI record: 62 amusements, 2,047 runs, 34.69 normal, 89.58 strike rate

Just the most valiant of prognosticators would not have Warner in their 2019 World Cup line-up. Australia’s top request authority has an unquenchable hunger for runs and a certifiable want to exceed expectations in every one of the three types of amusement. Warner is advancing into a pioneer inside the team, and it would not be amazing if that was formally perceived when the following World Cup moves around.


Steve Smith (c)

ODI record: 58 amusements, 1,549 runs, 40.76 normal, 89.38 strike rate

Australia’s captain-choose has been in the electrifying structure in the Test and one-day designs and is splendidly situated to accept the authority from Michael Clarke. Smith is molding as the establishment stone whereupon Australia will develop its batting line for a considerable length of time to come and would be the short-valued most loved to lead the team onto the field at the 2019 World Cup.

Nic Maddinson

Rundown A record: 43 recreations, 1,105 runs, 27.62 normal, 83.45 strike-rate

There will be no lack of contenders for the top request position cleared by Clarke – and Maddison is moving toward the top of the rundown. Only 23, Maddinson has just been presented to international cricket in the 20-over arrangement and has been reserved for higher distinctions by national selectors expecting he can refine his disposition to match his evident ability.

Jordan Silk

Rundown A record: 20 amusements, 443 runs, 26.05 normal, 69.00 strike rate

Would one be able to Tasmanian supplant another in Australia’s World Cup squad? George Bailey, at 32, is probably not going to go all the way for an additional four years meaning a batting opening is ready for whoever gets there first. Silk is an undoubted ability and now needs to deliver runs reliably to guarantee his name is in choice talks.

Different contenders include: Callum Ferguson, Marcus Stoinis, Usman Khawaja, Cameron White, Joe Burns, Travis Head, Marcus Harris

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Australia All-Rounder

Glenn Maxwell

ODI record: 49 diversions, 1,367 runs, 35.05 normal, 126.69 strike rate

Maxwell entered the 2015 World Cup with debate seething over his demeanor at the international dimension. He finished it as potentially the best-played out all-rounder at the competition. Maxwell demonstrated a distinct advantage with bat, ball and in the field and the Australians will no uncertainty depend on him to convey business as usual directly through to the following World Cup.

Mitchell Marsh

ODI record: 17 diversions, 451 runs, 32.21 normal, 90.20 strike rate, 11 wickets, 32.63 normal, 5.12 economy rate

Bog took five wickets against England on his World Cup debut and, at one phase, looked set to oust Shane Watson from Australia’s first decision XI. With Watson moving toward retirement, Marsh is very much situated to make the jump from hold to beginning all-rounder and is favored to arrange in Australia’s center request at the 2019 World Cup.

James Faulkner

ODI record: 44 diversions, 814 runs, 42.84 normal, 113.37 strike rate, 60 wickets, 30.25 normal, 5.52 economy rate

Faulkner is as of now the fifth-positioned ODI all-rounder in international cricket at the youthful age of 24. His capacity to finish off an innings with bat and ball is settled, and his crude intensity fits well with Australia’s forceful way to deal with the amusement. Faulkner is probably going to advance into one of the pioneers inside Australia’s ODI positions in the years moving toward the following World Cup.

Sean Abbott

ODI record: 1 amusement, 1 wicket, 25.00 normal, 5.00 economy rate

Abbott and Moises Henriques could well wind up in a strained battle to guarantee Shane Watson’s place in Australia’s restricted overs squad in the coming years. Abbott has a colossal roof – a zippy bowler, a hard-hitting batsman and a persistent contender. Selectors have officially given him a sample of international cricket and it would not astonishment to see him line-up in 2019.

Different contenders include: Moises Henriques, Ashton Turner

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Australia Wicketkeeper

Peter Nevill

Rundown A record: 47 amusements, 815 runs, 23.28 normal, 71.05 strike rate, 66 gets, 4 stumpings

Australia seems all around served for youthful wicketkeeping contenders to Brad Haddin’s destined to-be-emptied post. Among those, Matthew Wade and Tim Paine as of now have international experience and would just be 31 and 34 separately when of the following World Cup. Nevill, however, is broadly viewed as the following in line in the wake of being called up to Australia’s Test squad.

Different contenders include: Sam Whiteman, Matthew Wade, Ryan Carters, Tim Paine

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Australia Bowers

Mitchell Starc

ODI record: 41 amusements, 83 wickets, 18.33 normal, 4.70 economy rate

It’s fantastic to imagine that the best player at the 2015 World Cup is still only 25 years of age. Starc can possibly rule short-structure cricket for a considerable length of time to come, and will no uncertainty be tallied upon to initiate Australia’s pace assault in the number one spot up to the following World Cup. Quick, exact and with an overwhelming in-swinger in his munitions stockpile, Starc could possibly yet play two increasingly World Cups.

Josh Hazlewood

ODI record: 13 diversions, 19 wickets, 23.42 normal, 4.39 economy rate

Hazlewood gave the ideal foil to the unmitigated pace of left-armers Starc and Mitchell Johnson at the 2015 World Cup. His stature and unerring precision make him a bunch on any surface. Hazlewood, Starc and Cummins could well frame the core of Australia’s quick blowing away arranging the coming four years.

Pat Cummins

ODI record: 12 recreations, 19 wickets, 30.36 normal, 5.93 economy rate

It’s surprising to think Cummins could play in four World Cups before his profession is out. The right-arm fast was the most youthful individual from Australia’s 2015 World Cup squad at 21 years old and, should all go well throughout the following four years, he could even now be among the most youthful when the 2019 competition moves around.

Jason Behrendorff

Rundown A record: 22 recreations, 33 wickets, 25.45 normal, 4.66 economy rate

Supplanting Mitchell Johnson will be no simple undertaking, yet in Western Australia teammate Jason Behrendorff, Australia has a captivating prospect. Behrendorff has exceeded expectations in Test and one-day cricket for his state – and overwhelmed the Big Bash League – with his remarkable image of left-arm pace, ricochet and development. On current structure, he would not watch strange in an Australian uniform.

Different contenders include: Nathan Coulter-Nile, Gurinder Sandhu, Kane Richardson

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Australia Spinners

Cameron Boyce

Rundown A record: 22 amusements, 19 wickets, 46.94 normal, 5.36 economy rate

Selectors have indicated they are cheerful to play without an authority spinner as of late, as seen by the reality Xavier Doherty, 32, played only one diversion at the 2015 World Cup. Boyce has just been presented to international cricket with four Twenty20 international appearances for Australia. Would he be able to now make the progress to the 50-over configuration?

Different contenders include: Ashton Agar, James Muirhead, Adam Zampa

Australia World Cup 2019 Final 15 Players Squad

  1. Aaron Finch (capt)
  2. Usman Khawaja
  3. David Warner
  4. Steve Smith,
  5. Shaun Marsh
  6. Glenn Maxwell
  7. Marcus Stoinis
  8. Alex Carey
  9. Pat Cummins
  10. Mitchell Starc
  11. Jhye Richardson
  12. Nathan Coulter-Nile
  13. Jason Behrendorff
  14. Nathan Lyon
  15. Adam Zampa