ICC took to their official Twitter account and launched 11 unlucky players who missed the flight to the UK for the World Cup occasion.

Jofra Archer
Jofra Archer. ({Photograph} Provide: IANS)

The ICC World Cup 2019 is able to begin from May 30 in England and Wales with five-time World Champs Australia set to defend its title in direction of the favorites like England and India. The occasion has been touted as one of many aggressive one provided that it reverts once more to the spherical robin league format of 1992 model.

With the time nearing for the occasion to start, as per ICC ruling, the entire ten teams have launched their 15-man squads for the mega ICC event. Whereas loads of the teams launched had been as per the expectation of the followers and consultants, some players nonetheless missed out on the prospect of having fun with in a prestigious event similar to the World Cup, which comes as quickly as in four years. This led to the ICC selecting their very personal XI of unlucky players who missed out on having fun with World Cup.

ICC chooses their Unlucky World Cup XI

ICC took to their official Twitter account and launched 11 unlucky players who missed the flight to the UK for the World Cup occasion. Workers India was amongst the few teams have two players chosen throughout the XI with Rishabh Pant and Ambati Rayudu, who was edged on the ultimate minute.

Their arch-rivals Pakistan chosen to go together with no backup keeper for Sarfraz Ahmed and this makes Mohammad Rizwan, who cracked two centuries in direction of Australia not too way back, a part of the ICC Unlucky XI.

Kieron Pollard of West Indies, Peter Handscomb of Australia, Niroshan Dickwella of Sri Lanka had been some shock omission from the World Cup squads of their respective worldwide areas. One shock inclusion is that of Jofra Archer of England, who has been picked for the upcoming ODI assortment in direction of England, nevertheless wasn’t named in England’s WC preliminary squad.

ICC’s Unlucky XI: Niroshan Dickwella, Ambati Rayudu, Rishabh Pant, Peter Handscomb, Dinesh Chandimal, Kieron Pollard, Mohammad Rizwan, Asif Ali, Jofra Archer, Akila Dananjaya and Mohammad Amir.