ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Top Ten Oldest Cricketers To Play In Upcoming World Cup
The 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup is less than two weeks away to begin. European countries England and Wales are ready to host the upcoming Cricket World Cup (CWC) which is the 12th edition of CWC. The forthcoming edition will run from 30th May to 14th July. A total of top ten teams will participate in this tournament.
Around 150 players are getting ready for the upcoming CWC. While some of them are youngsters, some of them are also old experienced players who will have to play significant roles for their respective teams.
Here we are briefly discussing the top ten oldest players in the upcoming CWC.
10. Lasith Malinga (Sri Lanka) – Age: 35
Sri Lankan right-arm pacer Lasith Malinga will be one of the oldest players in the upcoming Cricket World Cup. Malinga, who has already experienced three CWCs (2007, 2011 and 2015), will begin his forthcoming World Cup journey at the age of 35 years. In his 22 CWC matches, Malinga has taken 43 wickets.