ICC World Cup 2019: AUS vs BAN Dream11 Captain; Smith, Shakib and Finch primed to shine

By Chaitanya Laxman

Bangladesh are high on confidence after mauling Windies in the ICC World Cup 2019 while Australia are looking good having played to their potential. Thus these two teams backed up by momentum promise an enthralling battle of cricket and the same can be said about their individual players.

There are plenty of stars in both the teams but for the Dream11 captain, these three players are the key.

#3. Steve Smith:

With three fifties in five innings, Steve Smith is having a wonderful World Cup. The Australia number three is in prime form and considering his effective technique against spin, he looks set for a big knock against Bangladesh.

Batting average in 2019: 48.60

Total number of fifties in 2019: 3

Total number of runs in 2019: 243

Batting average in England: 38.00

Total number of fifties in England: 5

Total number of runs in England: 608

#2. Aaron FInch:

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With a monstrous hundred against Afghanistan, Aaron Finch has once again stamped his value in ODI cricket. The Australia captain is in incredible touch and can be expected to gather more runs.

Batting average in 2019: 57.47

Total number of hundreds in 2019: 3

Total number of runs in 2019: 977

Batting average in England: 44.88

Total number of hundreds in England: 2

Total number of runs in England: 808

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#1. Shakib Al Hasan:

The player of the tournament so far, Shakib Al Hasan has scored two fifties and two back to back hundreds in the four innings in this World Cup.

He has played spinners as well as pacers with ease but does he have the calibre to neutralise the threat of Mitchell Starc and Co.?

Batting average in 2019: 131.00

Total number of hundreds in 2019: 2

Total number of runs in 2019: 524

Batting average in England: 57.90

Total number of hundreds in England: 3

Total number of runs in England: 579

Chaitanya Laxman