Only a few hours left in the middle, then the World Cup Cricket will be played in the field. The Twelve will be screening the screen tomorrow. 10 countries to participate in the event The details of the World Cup captain 10:
Mashrafe Bin Mortaza (Bangladesh)
Bangladesh's most experienced cricketer Mashrafe Bin Mortaza will lead the Tigers for the second time in the World Cup. Under his leadership, the Bangladesh team reached the quarter-finals for the first time in the 2015 World Cup. Tigers defeated England, Afghanistan and Scotland before losing to India in the last match. Mashrafe's team lost to strong England in the knockout stage for the first time in the World Cup. The most successful captain of Bangladesh 'Narail Express'. Under his leadership, Bangladesh won 43 out of 73 matches.
Virat Kohli (India)
India's Virat Kohli Virat Kohli He is the captain of one of the upcoming team of the upcoming World Cup. He is going to start the World Cup with 73.88 percent of his ODI runs. India won 49 ODIs out of 68 matches under Kohli's leadership. India led the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy final Team India lost to arch-rivals Pakistan in the finals held at Lord's. He is going to be his debut as the captain of the World Cup.
Ewan Morgan (England)
England retired from last World Cup group Since then, Morgan has played a key role in turning England into a strong team. Under his leadership, England are currently at the top of ICC ODI rankings. One of the favorites in this year's field in their own field. The most powerful team in the World Cup will not be wrong.
Aaron Finch (Australia)
Australia have won the last eight one-day internationals, including three against India and five against Pakistan, Aaron Finch. Finch was elected Australia's ODI captain in October 2016. He then played 18 One-Day Internationals and Australia won 10. The winning rate is approximately 56 percent. South Africa has won all but one win this year. Finch, who has been batting for most of the series without a series against Pakistan in March last year, He made two centuries and half-centuries in the series against Pakistan in the series of whitewash in the five one-dayers.
Kane Williamson (New Zealand)
Kane Williamson, one of the seven captains to lead the team for the first time in the World Cup. The current captain of the 2015 World Cup runners-up team is New Zealand. He was born in Brendon McCullum's shadow. Being patient and being a full player, he is called a full player. He also succeeded as captain. Under him, the victory of the Kiwis is 53 percent 97.
Sarfaraz Ahmed (Pakistan)
Pakistan win the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy title under Sarfraz's leadership So he is hopeful of success in the forthcoming World Cup. Pakistan's victory under Sarfaraz was 61.77 percent. He has won 21 of the 35 ODIs. Captain and a middle-order batsman and wicketkeeper, Pakistan will perform several important functions in the World Cup. Sarfaraz
Faf du Plessis (South Africa)
He is one of the most successful captains. Faf has a great success as captain. Under him won 30 ODIs. Under him, the victory rate of the Proteas is 83.33 percent. Since the beginning of 2010, South Africa has been defeated in just one bilateral series. On the contrary, five won. One middle-order batsman Stuart Batsman, Du Plessis's ODI batting average of 46.45. That made him a unique asset in top order. He is also effective in using the lower middle order.
Dimuth Karunaratne (Sri Lanka)
Apart from Niroshan Dikbela, Dinesh Chandimal, Upul Tharanga and Akila Dhananjayas, besides some regular and experienced players, Sri Lanka will play the World Cup. In the last match of the 2015 World Cup, Dimuth Karunaratne has been selected as the captain of the upcoming tournament. He led the Sri Lanka team to a historic 2-0 Test series against South Africa at the start of the year. Although Sri Lanka led the team for the first Test series in South Africa, he did not yet make his debut as captain in ODI cricket. He has some strategies as a batsman and how he has to run, he knows. However, his score of 190 at an average of just 16 was 190.
Jason Holder (West Indies)
The 27-year-old Holder is going to be the youngest captain in the World Cup. His goal was to repeat history with team team, mixing experience and youth. Although the West Indies could not win a bilateral one-day series after 2014. However, they have recently drawn a five-match series against England in their home ground and will start the tournament with confidence from here.
Gulbadin Naib (Afghanistan)
Not only that, Gulbadin Naib is not going to make his debut in the World Cup as captain but he is going to lead the team for the first time in an international match. Only three days before the decision to take responsibility for the three formats in the three formats, the Afghan Cricket Board has selected Naib as one-day team captain. Asghar Afgan was removed from the captaincy of the 50-over format. It is a matter of seeing how he performs without any past experience.