With it continues good form and some world class players, Team India is currently world’s second best team in ODI games and with ICC WC 2019 being less than 10 days away, the market of speculations about championship title is at an all-time high. Every team wants to win and are practicing rigorously to perfect their game.
While every team wants to win, what are the factors which makes India the most likely winner of world cup 2019? Let’s have a look at 5 reasons why India can win world cup 2019.
The all-time strongest top and middle batting order:
Cricket is becoming more of the batsman’s game than bowler’s, high scoring matches are common with almost all the game reaching to the excess of 300. To keep-up with the changing dynamics, the Indian team has few of the very finest hard-hitters of the ball in its line-up making opposition bowlers helpless. The Opening pair of Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan have evolved into one of the finest opening pairs in the history of Indian cricket. KL Rahul has, with his ruthless shots is been able to keep the game on high notes whereas Hardik Pandya has emerged the all-rounder with perfect match finishing abilities. Ajinkya Rahane stands out as the batsman who can fit into any slot with his versatile style of batting.
Virat Kohli, Suresh Raina, Ambati Rayudu and Dinesh Karthik bring all lot of experience on the table to make Indian batting line the strongest at this point of time.
Kohliefied game of captain Virat:
Virat Kohli will be leading India in ICC World cup 2019 to get its third title. This valiant right-handed batsman is currently the best batsman and is unstoppable. His performance from in last one year is impeccable, with 1202 runs in 14 games, averaging a staggering 133.55, 6 out of which were played in hostile climates of South Africa and England who is the host for the world cup this year, team India’s captain has the ability win matches single-handedly.
The X-Factor of MS Dhoni and its importance:
Our captain cool has mastered the art of remaining calm even in the toughest situations and has proved his ability to build the innings. He is a finisher and he has done it many times with the help of his signature “helicopter” shots and unique batting style. The pitches in England might require some measured hitting in death overs and MS Dhoni as an experienced as a finisher will benefit India a lot in the winning the World Cup.
As we all have recently witnessed how MS has been helping Kohli in captaincy, arranging fields, taking a decision during DWL while standing behind the oppositions wickets and blowing them off their stumps with perfect timing.
Team India is in its all-time best form, the team looks promising and Captain Virat Kohli has proven his captaincy in recent matches. World Cup fever has caught us, how are you dealing with it? Let us know in the comment section below.