PuThe mega World Cup in 2019 is just 4 months away and there are few cricketers who would play their last World Cup.
1. MS Dhoni (India)
Age: (37 years)
The winner of All three ICC Tournaments as a captain, India’s most successful captain MS Dhoni will be playing his last World Cup in 2019 considering his age. Dhoni made his debut in 2004.
Stats: MS Dhoni has so far played 338 ODI and scored 10415 runs with an average of 50.8.
2. Chris Gayle (West Indies)
Age: (39 Years)
West Indies cricketer, who is well known as the universal boss has recently announced his retirement from ODI cricket after the 2019 World Cup.
Stats: Chris Gayle has so far played 284 ODI and scored 9727 with an average of 36.98, He is the 2nd highest run-scorer for West Indies after Brian Lara in ODI format.
3. Shoaib Malik (Pakistan)
Age: (37 Years)
Pakistan cricketer, who made his debut two decades back in 1999 is now set to call his time from International cricket after the 2019 World Cup.
Stats: Shoaib Malik has so far played 279 ODI in which he scored 7379 runs with an average of 35.14
4. Hashim Amla (South Africa)
Age: (35 years)
South African batting backbone and sensational Test and ODI cricketer have been going through a low form in the past 1 year, however, he recently struck a century against Pakistan in ODI series, but he is on the wrong side of 30 and 2019 World Cup would be his last world cup.
Stats: Hashim Amla has so far played 174 ODI and scored 7910 runs with an average of 49.75.
5. Dale Steyn (South Africa)
Age: (35 Years)
Steyn is regarded as the deadliest pacer in the modern era. South Africa quick made his debut in 2005 and since then he has created the major impact in Proteas cricket. Steyn would be playing his last World Cup and he would be hoping to win 1st World cup title for his nation.
Stats: Dale Steyn has so far played 124 ODI for South Africa and he took 195 wickets with an average of 25.93.