Ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament, it is hard to ignore the prowess of the Indian team who are one of the favorites to win the competition. Ranked as the second-best ODI team in the world, Indian squad is full of impactful players who know the art of delivering under pressure.
Recently, former West Indies cricketer Michael Holding took time to reflect on India’s chances in the forthcoming mega-event which is to commence from May 30 in England and Wales. The 65-year old believes that the men in blue has a good set of players with which they are performing consistently.
Highlighting the significance of skipper Virat Kohli and astute pacer Jasprit Bumrah, the Jamaica born termed these two players as India’s key to their World Cup campaign. The former player has nearly 11000 ODI runs while the latter possesses 85 wickets in 49 games at an incredible bowling average of 22.15.
Moreover, the cricketer turned commentator added that he sees immense strength in both Indian and English unit and he wouldn’t be surprised if England or India ends up winning the 50-over competition.