There are more than 90 nations that are associate members of the ICC council but there are only 12 countries that have the Test, ODI, and T20I status. Even among these 12 countries, India, England, and Australia are called the Big Three in Cricket. These three nations have generated more than 70 percent of revenue in World Cricket in the last decade. Although many countries have national cricket teams, the fan-following and craze of the sport in these three countries is sky-high.
Players from India, Australia, and England also earn a huge amount of money from their cricket boards. Some cricketers from these countries have also bagged the enormous limelight and success in their career with their batting and bowling performances. They are among the best players in international cricket currently. In this listicle, we take a look at the Best Test XI of the Big Three in cricket.
Best Test XI Of The Big Three In Cricket
For the Best XI of the Big Three in cricket, Australian cricketer David Warner should be one of the openers. The left-handed batsman is one of the best openers in Tests at the global stage currently. He has played 86 matches so far. He has piled up 7311 runs in 159 innings at an average of 48.10.
He has also smashed centuries and half-centuries in the longest format of the game. His highest score in the Test is a triple hundred, which is a 335-run knock against Pakistan in November 2019. Warner is a hard-hitting batsman and the perfect choice for an opener in this list.