|Shakib Al Hasan||8||8||606||96.03||124*||86.57|
|england||397/6||v afghanistan||7.94||1st||18 Jun 2019|
|england||386/6||v bangladesh||7.72||1st||8 Jun 2019|
|australia||381/5||v bangladesh||7.62||1st||20 Jun 2019|
|india||352/5||v australia||7.04||1st||9 Jun 2019|
|pakistan||348/8||v england||6.96||1st||3 Jun 2019|
|Faf du Plessis||9||8||10||1.25|
Last Updated: 5:08 PM, July 12th.
The biggest cricketing extravaganza is just a few days away and you can feel the vibes as every cricket fan is anxious for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 to get underway. It is slated to start on 30th May and it is becoming harder to control our excitement.
Cricket World Cup has a rich history starting back in 1975 and this time around the 12th edition of the mega event is scheduled in England and Wales. Records are going to tumble as the World Cup 2019 promises to be bigger and better than ever. The fierce brand of cricket being played these days is bound to make it an enticing viewing with plenty of records on the line when top 10 teams of the world take on each other.
With 48 matches scheduled across 11 venues in 10 cities, no one would want to miss the action. Make sure you are always up to date with the latest records and numbers from this year’s edition and also from the previous 11 World Cups by keeping an eye on this space throughout the duration of the mega event.
With our dedicated World Cup statistics page, you can now keep tab on all the latest records and statistics from cricket’s biggest event.