A decade has witnessed the rise and fall of many cricketers. Almost every decade there is a legendary cricketer. Those who make cricket-loving people fascinated with the glimpse of the bat or the artistry of the ball. Cricket is now stagnant due to Corona. After this difficult time, the world will see the light again. Cricket will return to the field at its own pace. Cricket-based website EScreeninfo Cricket Monthly has published a list of 20 cricketers who could make a comeback in the current decade.
Cricketers who have not played more than 5 Tests / 7 ODIs or 6 T20s for the country till December 31, 2019 have been given a place in the list of 20 players. The youngest is 15-year-old Afghan leg-spinner Nur Ahmed and the oldest cricketer is 26-year-old Pakistan fast bowler Haris Rauf.
Where India and Afghanistan have the most 4 people. Besides, there are 3 cricketers from Pakistan, 2 from England, 2 from Australia, one each from Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, West Indies, New Zealand and South Africa. Bangladesh Under-19 World Cup winning captain Akbar Ali is the only representative of Bangladesh in the list of 20 players.
List of 20 cricketers to hit the new decade:
Shubhaman Gill (India), Tom Banton (England), Nur Ahmed (Afghanistan), Nasim Shah (Pakistan), Jos Philip (Australia), Rachin Ravindra (New Zealand), Kartik Tyagi (India), Akbar Ali (Bangladesh), Oli Pope (England), Ibrahim Zadran (Afghanistan), Gerald Quetze (South Africa), Yashvi Jaiswal (India), Rahmanullah Gurbaj (Afghanistan), Jaden Sills (West Indies), Haider Ali (Pakistan), Kayes Ahmed (Afghanistan), -Macgark (Australia), Prithvi Shaw (India), Harris Rauf (Pakistan) and Lasith Ambuldenia (Sri Lanka).