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Prospect Watch: 3 Young Guns To Keep An Eye On In 2019 Cricket World Cup

Written by : Info Box Team

'See tomorrow's stars today' has been the tag linked with some young players who are going to be so crucial in the upcoming quadrennial event. But it will not just be the world's most promising young guns looking to register their mark in the World Cup event starts on May 30 in England and Wales.

Just have a look at young players, who have shown an extremely promising signs in crunch situation. The below mentioned young lads have already proven that they are the most talented players in the world cricket right now.

Here are 3 young guns to keep an eye in the upcoming world's biggest cricket event.

Hard Hitting Hardik Pandya

The young aggressive all-rounder Hardik Pandya has garnered appreciation from the cricket experts, especially from Kapil Dev, who is the legendary pace bowling all-rounder. He is tipped to be the next Kapil Dev on the Indian cricket horizon.

In fact, Kapil Dev himself stated that “Hardik Pandya is better than me”. The Mumbai Indians' star is the talk of the town after his terrific innings with both bat & ball and helped Mumbai Indians to clinch the IPL title for the fourth time.

The dynamic player has managed to garb all eyes by playing a fearless game against all the teams. The Baroda all-rounder has the talent, potential, confidence & ability to become the world's best all-rounder. The only thing he has to do a lot of hard work, keep ground and improve match by match.

Wrist Spinner Kuldeep Yadav

Kuldeep Yadav is the first player from India to bowl a left-arm wrist-spin at the international arena. The UP born player is the first Indian spin bowler and the 3rd Indian cricketer to get a hat-trick in ODIs against Australia at the Eden Gardens, Kolkata in 2017.

The leggie has become the most successful bowler in the middle overs for Men-in-Blue as he took 87 wickets in 44 ODIs with the best bowling figures of 6/25. Indian experts stated that pitches in England are flat and it favours to spin department as Kuldeep will be the main weapon for the team.

Young Attacking Yuzvendra Chahal

The 27-year-old is an attacking young bowler and made him a more reliable option than Ashwin and Jadeja. The leg spinner has shown a lot of variations in his bowling attack, which made the Indian captain Virat Kohli so impressive.

Hardik Pandya, Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal are the 3 young lads, who have caught the eye in the upcoming mega event. These 3 are rising future superstars for the Indian cricket team. Hope, they can create & break the records in the 2019 World Cup with their performances.