ICC ODI World Cup 2023: The ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 is just on the horizon, scheduled to kick off on October 5. This 46-day-long international cricket spectacle is poised to elevate the celebratory atmosphere in the host nation. Participating in the World Cup for one’s own country remains the ultimate aspiration for every cricketer, with some achieving this dream early in their careers while others must patiently wait for their turn.
Five youngest players in ICC World Cup 2023
5. Matheesha Pathirana (20 years, 291 days)
Matheesha Pathirana, the pace sensation from Sri Lanka, stands out as one of the youngest participants in the World Cup. This remarkably fast bowler has previously enjoyed success while representing the Chennai Super Kings in India and is eager to replicate that performance while donning the national team colors.
4. Dunith Wellalage (20 years, 269 days)
Dunith Wellalage, a relatively fresh face in international cricket, has managed to establish a reputation for himself. This left-arm spinner has displayed impressive performances, particularly in the recent Asia Cup matches.
3. Vikramjit Singh (20 years, 269 days)
Canada has high expectations for the emerging talent Vikramjit Singh, who has already demonstrated his prowess as a batter. With an impressive record of 808 runs in 25 ODIs and a solid average of 32, he is set to play a pivotal role as one of the key batters for Canada in the upcoming World Cup, not the Dutch.
2. Aryan Dutt (20 years, 146 days)
Aryan Dutta, a consistent presence in the Dutch cricket team, holds the distinction of being the second youngest player in the World Cup. He is a right-arm off-break bowler who has already claimed an impressive tally of 20 wickets.
1. Noor Ahmad (18 years, 275 days)
Afghanistan’s teenage sensation Noor Ahmad is the youngest player in this World Cup The youngster will play the biggest tournament of his career in the World Cup and we can expect plenty of learning curve.