ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019: Average Age Of Every Team
England and Wales are ready to host the 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup from 30th May to 14th July. It will be the 12th edition of this tournament where a total of ten teams will participate. These ten teams are England, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Windies.
All the participating teams have already announced the 15-member squad for this tournament. Every side is ready to compete in this tournament as everyone is targeting to win the Cricket World Cup trophy.
Before the beginning of this tournament, we are here to discuss the average age of every participating team.
The total combined age of Afghanistan 15-member squad is 408 years and the team’s average age is 27.20 years. Afghanistan will start the tournament as the youngest side. Mohammad Nabi (34 years) will be their oldest player and Mujeeb Ur Rahman (18 years) will be their youngest player in the 2019 CWC.