The much-anticipated occasion in the cricketing schedule has arrived as the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 is prepared to start off at the Narendra Modi Arena in Ahmedabad. Reigning champs Britain will take on New Zealand on October 5 at the 100,000 or more seater arena in what will be a rehash of the 2019 last. As the 10 groups are prepared to fight for the greatest award in the 50-over design, we investigate players who are probable playing their last ODI World Cup. This rundown won’t contain players from India.
1) David Warner, Australia
Australian opener David Warner has proactively spread out a leave plan from global cricket subsequent to expressing that he will resign from every one of the 3 arrangements after the 2024 T20 World Cup. This implies that the 2023 ODI World Cup will be the 36-year-old’s toward the end in the organization, closing a drapery on a celebrated lifetime, which remembers the title for the 2015 release on home soil.
ODI WC record: Runs: 992; Innings: 18; Average: 62; Most noteworthy Score: 178, 100s: 4; 50s: 3
2) Steve Smith, Australia
Steve Smith is unarguably the best Australian batsman of this age and is effectively the main 3 hitters to have made light of for the country Under. Also, at 34 years old, the masterpiece occasion in India is doubtlessly his last. Like Warner, he was additionally important for the fruitful 2015 mission, where he featured with the bat.
ODI WC record: Runs: 834; Innings: 20; Average: 46.33; Most noteworthy Score: 105, 100s: 1; 50s: 8
3) Kane Williamson, New Zealand
The Kiwi skipper nearly didn’t come to the World Cup after he experienced a serious injury in the initial round of the 2023 IPL. In any case, Kane Williamson has made a speedy recuperation to come to the crew as well as commander it, likely stirring up a lot of pleasure for each cricketing fan. The 33-year-old tasteful batsman is enormously well known in India, so he could end his stretch in the 50-over design with the slippery ODI World Cup title, which he came so near in 2019.
ODI WC record: Runs: 911; Innings: 22; Average: 56.93; Most noteworthy Score: 148, 100s: 2; 50s: 3
4) Joe Root, Britain
One more tasteful batsman in this rundown, Britain’s Joe Root – an individual from the ‘Fab Four’ close by Steven Smith, Virat Kohli, and Kane Williamson – is presently not a programmed starter in white ball cricket regardless of being necessary to his group’s triumph in 2019. In this way, having made the crew for the 2023 release, Root, who turns 33 in December, might want to exit with one more title to his name.
ODI WC record: Runs: 758; Innings: 16; Average: 54.14; Most noteworthy Score: 121, 100s: 3; 50s: 3
5) Shakib Al Hasan, Bangladesh
An extraordinary worker for Bangladesh cricket, Shakib al Hasan is effectively the best cricketer to have emerged from India’s neighbors in the east. The 36-year-old all-rounder has been trustworthy similarly with the bat and ball, and the 2023 version will be his fifth and last one in the 50-over design.
ODI WC record: Runs: 1,146; Innings: 29; Average: 45.84; Most noteworthy Score: 124*, 100s: 2; 50s: 10
6) Trent Boult, New Zealand
The left-arm fast has shaped a remarkable association with Tim Southee with the new ball close by for the Kiwis throughout the long term. In any case, with Southee controlled out of the competition, the 34-year-old Trent Boult should bear all the obligation in the current year’s occasion.
ODI WC record: Wickets: 39; Innings: 19; Average: 21.79; Best Figures: 5/27, 4-wicket pulls: 3; 5-wicket pulls: 1
7) Glen Maxwell, Australia
The touchy batting all-rounder played a featuring job in 2 of Australia’s ICC titles somewhat recently; the 2015 ODI World Cup and the 2021 T20 World Cup. Be that as it may, age isn’t his ally as he will turn 35 mid-way through the competition. What’s more, with more youthful all-rounders ascending through the positions, the 2023 World Cup could be Glen Maxwell’s swansong. With an eye-watering strike pace of 169.25 in ODI World Cups, the right-given batsman won’t bow out with a bang!
ODI WC record: Runs: 501; Innings: 16; Average: 38.53; Most noteworthy Score: 102, 100s: 1; 50s: 2
8) David Mill operator, South Africa
‘Executioner Mill operator’ will be vital to South Africa’s possibilities at the current year’s Reality Cup with his dangerous batting in the center request. A white ball expert for the Proteas, the 34-year-old David Mill operator will expect to convey the slippery World Cup prize for his nation because of his immense experience playing in Indian circumstances through his time at the IPL.
ODI WC record: Runs: 460; Innings: 11; Average: 51.11; Most noteworthy Score: 138*, 100s: 1; 50s: 0