ICC World Cup 2019: List of Cricketers Who Will Make Their World Cup Debut

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The buzz surrounding the upcoming ICC World Cup 2019 have already begun with all the participating teams naming their provisional squad. All countries have announced their best 15-players for the marquee event who will fight out for the prestigious trophy. England and Wales will host the showpiece tournament starting from 30, with England taking on South Africa at the Oval. The pinnacle clash of this competition is on July 14 at the historic Lord’s Cricket Ground.

The 12th edition of the quadrennial tournament will witness the experienced cricketers having a significant say in their team’s performance. Big competitions like this require players who can hold their composure in crunch situations and take their side home. On the other hand, we will have many cricketers who will make their debut in the ICC World Cup. The tournament will have many players who are established cricketers but will represent their country in the World Cup for the first time ever.

There are as many as 81 players from the ten participating team who will make their debut at the biggest stage.

Let us take a look at the debut cricketers in this ICC World Cup 2019:


ICC World Cup 2019: List of Cricketers Who Will Make Their World Cup Debut
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Usman Khawaja, Shaun Marsh, Marcus Stoinis, Jhye Richardson, Alex Carey, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Jason Behrendorff, Adam Zampa, Nathan Lyon

Australia have picked up the strides at the right time ahead of the ICC World Cup. Moreover, the return of David Warner and Steven Smith have bolster their team’ confidence. They will look to begin their campaign on a high against a weaker opponents Afghanistan on June 1.

Meanwhile, the Aussies will have a few cricketers who are coming to this tournament for the first team and will be under pressure to perform. But they delivered in crunch games time and again, and the management will expect them to keep up the excellent job.

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