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IPL 2019 was finished recently where Mumbai Indians (MI) won their fourth IPL crown after beating the defending champions Chennai Super Kings (CSK) by just one run in the final of this tournament.

Indian cricketers are now getting ready for the upcoming 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup that will be hosted by England and Wales. This 12th edition of the Cricket World Cup will run from 30th May to 14th July where a total of ten teams will participate. India will begin their new Cricket World Cup journey on 5th June when they will face South Africa at Southampton.

The national selectors have already announced the 15-member Indian national cricket team squad for the upcoming Cricket World Cup. Here are their brief performance details in IPL 2019.

(Top-order batsmen)

Virat Kohli (Captain)

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Indian captain Virat Kohli performed well in IPL 2019. In this IPL season, the Royal Challengers Bangalore captain scored 464 runs in 14 innings with an average of 33.14 and strike-rate of 141.46. The right-handed batsman scored one century and two half-centuries in this IPL season.

Role Matches (Innings) Runs scored Highest score Average Strike-rate 100s/50s
Batting 14 (14) 464 100 33.14 141.46 1/2

 

Rohit Sharma (Vice-captain)

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Rohit Sharma incredibly led his team Mumbai Indians to win the IPL 2019 trophy. The right-handed opening batsman scored 405 runs in 15 innings with an average of 28.92 and strike-rate of 128.57. He scored two half-centuries in this IPL season.

Role Matches (Innings) Runs scored Highest score Average Strike-rate 100s/50s
Batting 15 (15) 405 67 28.92 128.57 0/2

 

Shikhar Dhawan

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The left-handed opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan hugely impressed in IPL 2019 where he played for Delhi Capitals. He finished as the fourth most run-scorer in this tournament as he scored 521 runs in 16 innings with an average of 34.73 and strike-rate of 135.67. The left-handed batsman slammed five half-centuries in this IPL season.

Role Matches (Innings) Runs scored Highest score Average Strike-rate 100s/50s
Batting 16 (16) 521 97* 34.73 135.67 0/5

 

KL Rahul

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Kings XI Punjab opener KL Rahul finished the IPL 2019 season as the second most run-scorer. The right-handed batsman scored 593 runs in 14 innings with an average of 53.90 and strike-rate of 135.38. He scored one century and six half-centuries in this IPL season.

Role Matches (Innings) Runs scored Highest score Average Strike-rate 100s/50s
Batting 14 (14) 593 100* 53.90 135.38 1/6

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