5 Batsman With 45+ Average In List-A Cricket
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5 Batsmen With 45+ Average In List-A Cricket But Have Not Featured For India; Gone are those days when a batsman required to score only a couple of centuries or a series of half-centuries to find a place in the Indian National Cricket Team. However, everything isn’t that simple at the moment in the Indian Cricket. Even after scoring tonnes of runs for the team in domestic cricket, it requires a stroke of luck for the player in order to play for the Indian team at the highest level.

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There are quite a few players in the domestic cricket, who have been consistent for their state teams over the years. Still, they failed to get the nod to represent the national team for obvious reasons. Meanwhile, we figured out 5 cricketers, who got 45+ average in List A cricket but have not received the call-up to play for India in ODI format of the game. Have a look…

5 Batsmen With 45+ Average In List-A Cricket:

5. Hanuma Vihari:

5 Batsman With 45+ Average In List-A Cricket
Hanuma Vihari (Credits – Getty)

The young Hanuma Vihari is one of those cricketers, who is being looked as the Test specialist rather than giving him chances in limited-overs format despite delivering goods on a regular basis.

You might be surprised to see his name. But, you won’t get an inch of a doubt if you follow his progress in the domestic circuit. Hanuma Vihari is the most reliable all-rounder in the domestic circuit, who can play any role in the Top 5. He got the knack of rotating the strike with ease and can look after those middle overs.

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Apart from his batting, Vihari can be quite useful with his off-spin in the bowing section as well. So far, he registered 2927 runs in 72 innings with 4 centuries and 19 fifties. All those runs were scored at an average of 45.73.

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