Hashmatullah Shahidi was the highest scorer for the team in the last match. He grabber 76 runs from 100 runs. He had also got a half-century in their match versus New Zealand.
One of the senior players and all-rounder, Mohammad Nabi remains a solid choice from Afghanistan. While he hasn't picked up a single wicket in the last 3 matches, he has been on the low end in his team regarding economy (avg 4.86 eco in the last 10 matches).
Rohit Sharma has been one of the highest scorers of this world cup and the highest in his team. His current consistency and form are unparalleled to anyone in the Indian team. He has already scored 2 centuries and a half-century in the last 3 matches, totaling 319 in the tournament and an average of 58.33 this year.
The catalyst for India, Hardik Pandya, has been crucial for India in the death overs. If India has been able to hold on to their wickets till the last 10 overs, he is usually bumped up to 4th in so that he can score quick runs. He has delivered so far, having a strike rate of 136.84 from the last 6 matches. His bowling looked good as well versus Pakistan, picking up 2 wickets in 8 overs.
In the absence of his partner Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah will have to step up and try to gain some early wickets for his team. With his current record of 5 wickets from the last 3 matches (5.28 economy), he looks hungry for some good wickets versus Afghanistan.
Yuzvendra Chahal is another stellar bowler who has been at par with Jasprit Bumrah. His spells always grab crucial wickets. From his 4 wicket haul versus South Africa and totaling 6 wickets in the last 3 matches, he has been dominant with the leg-break as seen with his overall statistics (22 wickets in 2019 from 10 matches).
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