Rohit Sharma, the ”hitman” to Indian fans and a feared hard-hitting opener to the opposition bowlers.
Jason Roy a fearless opening batsman who is especially good against pace bowling in the powerplay.
Joe Root, our glue in this team who everyone else will bat around him. With an average of 52, he without a doubt walks straight into this team. He will also be the team’s captain today.
Virat Kohli the best batsman in world cricket when he doesn’t make a big score everyone is surprised. This speaks volume about his form.
Ben Stokes, as I have said a lot when on form he is the best all-rounder when on form.
Jos Butler the best wicketkeeper-batsman in the world. He showed this with 150 of 77 balls just yesterday. He went from 50 to 150 in 31 balls. The quickest 100 is 31 balls. Do the math.
Rashid Khan the best leg spinner in the world at just 20-years-old.
Adil Rashid the second best leg spinner in the world who has added supreme control to his game. This was evident when last night he came on with West Indies needing 32 from 3 overs with Braithwaite and Nurse going well. He got both of them out in successive balls and then the last to batsmen to win us the game.
Bhuveneshwar Kumar as I said in the t20 world XI he is the best new ball bowler in the world.
Mitchell Starc with the 90mph pace he is a wicket-taking bowler.
Jasprit Bumrah the all-round best bowler in the world. 5️⃣ overs at the start 5️⃣ at the end.