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10 young cricketers who are expected to rule the future

By Arjit - April 18, 2023 - Last updated on Apr 18, 2023 06:45 PM
10 young cricketers who are expected to rule the future

Here are 10 young cricketers who rule the future, upcoming young cricketers, young cricketers in the world.

List of 10 young cricketers who rule the future

S.No Player Name Team
1 Prithvi Shaw India
2 Shubman Gill India
3 Ollie Pope England
4 Jofra Archer England
5 Shaheen Afridi Pakistan
6 Prasidh Krishna India
7 Wesley Madhevere Zimbabwe
8 Will Pucovski Australia
9 Naseem Shah Pakistan
10 Kyle Jamieson New Zealand

Here are 10 young cricketers who are expected to rule the future:

Prithvi Shaw (India): The 22-year-old opener from India has already made his mark in international cricket, with a Test century on debut and a List A double century at the age of 17.

Shubman Gill (India): Another promising young Indian batsman, Gill has already shown his potential with a half-century on Test debut and a solid performance in the 2020-21 Border-Gavaskar Trophy against Australia.

Ollie Pope (England): A top-order batsman for England, Pope has shown his class in Test cricket with two centuries and an average of over 50 in 20 matches.

Jofra Archer (England): A quick and skillful bowler for England, Archer has already made a name for himself in international cricket with his performances in the World Cup and Ashes series.

Shaheen Afridi (Pakistan): A tall and talented left-arm fast bowler for Pakistan, Afridi has already taken 52 wickets in 22 ODI matches and is expected to play a key role in Pakistan's future.

Prasidh Krishna (India): A promising young fast bowler for India, Krishna made an impressive debut in ODI cricket in March 2021 with four wickets against England.

Wesley Madhevere (Zimbabwe): A young all-rounder from Zimbabwe, Madhevere has shown his potential with both bat and ball in limited-overs cricket and is expected to be a key player for Zimbabwe in the future.

Will Pucovski (Australia): A talented young opener for Australia, Pucovski made his Test debut in the 2020-21 season and showed his potential with a half-century against India.

Naseem Shah (Pakistan): A young fast bowler for Pakistan, Shah made his debut at the age of 16 and has already shown his potential with a hat-trick against Bangladesh in 2020.

Kyle Jamieson (New Zealand): A tall and imposing fast bowler for New Zealand, Jamieson made an impressive debut in Test cricket in 2020 with a five-wicket haul and a half-century in his first match. He has already become a regular member of the New Zealand team in all formats.

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