The ICC world cup 2019 tournament will be played in England and Wales from 30 May to 15 July 2019. International Cricket Council is the administrator of the tournament and it is a One-day international format(ODI). Total 10 teams will participate in this tournament and this the fifth time that England and Wales hosting this tournament. Last world cup held in 2014 was hosted by Australia and New Zealand and the Australian are defending champions. The teams which are already qualified for ICC world cup 2019 are England, Australia, South Africa, India, Pakistan and New Zealand rest of the teams will be qualified based on their performance in upcoming matches. The Tournament will be held only once in a five year. The most ICC world cup 2019 tournaments are hosted by England and Whales and the highest tournaments winning team is Australia. So accordingly the experts say that there are high possibilities of Australia to win 2019 cup as they know the kind tactic to be applied according to the circumstances.
What current ICC ODI says about future, South Africa, and Australia are the strongest sides of the world but if you observe the table carefully India played only 37 matches and they stand at the third position where as South Africa played 50 matches and Australia played 49 matches. The analysis says India is the strongest side than first two in the table.
What Current ICC team Ranking for ODI format on 30 June 2017
As seen in the points table the top 10 rankings in ODI format and we also know that first six are already qualified for ICC world cup 2019. Next two teams that are Bangladesh and Sri Lanka are almost qualified but ICC wants some more analysis.So let’s talk about top 10 bats means of ODI format who can be the man of the tournament. One of the great things about cricket is no one knows where match gonna turn till the end of the last ball of the second inning, the match can take turn anytime. The reason for turning point can be many such as miss field, change in weather condition(due to rain), falling wickets in a row.
Top 10 ODI bats mens of June 2017
||Faf du Plessis
||Quinton de Cock
||AB de Villers
Currently, Virat Kohli is the strongest batsmen of the world with ratings of 862 from India and then David Warner stands next to Virat Kohli at second position with ratings of 861 from Australia. Then Mr.360 he is nonother than the dangerous ever in the history of cricket, the AB de Villers from South Africa. Then come Joe Root from England and so on