The Champions Trophy 2017 is going to kick off from 1st June in Which Top Teams from all over the world will feature some new faces in the tournament and in an ICC Event but are quite familiar with international cricket; however, it is indeed a pressure moment for a debutant to represent his country in a massive tournament.
Here are some players who will be making their debut from each team in an ICC Event this Champions Trophy:
Babar Azam (Pakistan)
A promising player who has accomplished quite a few records in a young age and is proving to be a great asset for Pakistan. A consistent performer and a great timer of the ball and certainly a very important player for Pakistan in the Champions Trophy Many People will be having high hopes from this young lad as his performance is vital for the team’s success
Chris Lynn (Australia)
A mad hitter of the ball who has the unbelievable power of striking it big however he has only got to play one ODI but his recent performance in domestic cricket has opened the doors for him in the National Team. Lynn should make full use of this opportunity given so that he can seal spot in the Australian Team as a destructive opener
Kedhar Jadhav (India)
A solid middle order batsman who has been a domestic topper for India and also has 2 centuries One Day Internationals along with that He has scored some decent amount of runs in the recent Indian Premier League. Jadhav has rightfully earned the reward of his hard work and will now look to grab this opportunity with both hands make a name for himself.
Colin De Grandhomme (New Zealand)
The Zimbabwean born Kiwi All rounder can be an effective player both with the bat and ball, has an ability to score some useful quick runs and provide quick wickets when required. Grandhomme has splendid List A stats scoring over 2000 runs and 55 wickets in 102 matches.
Jake Ball (England)
Handy Right arm fast bowler who was given a chance to wear the England National Kit in 8 ODI matches in which he has taken 14 wickets including a fifer and was also the first English bowler to take a 5 wicket haul on his international debut apart from that having the advantage of playing at home, Ball should be able to contribute to the team and make full use of this benefit
Asela Gurunaratne (Sri Lanka)
The young right handed batsman who has healthy stats to his name and can get dangerous once he gets going however playing England will be challenging but Practice makes perfect and his performance will be important for the success of Sri Lanka throughout the tournament
Mossadek Hossain (Bangladesh)
An emerging middle order batsman who has Impressed the selectors with his astonishing domestic performances with 10 half centuries and 2 list A centuries. Players like Mossadek Hossein will play a huge role in the National Side competing against Big teams which will also be a challenge, the fans will surely hope he scores big for Bangladesh
Dwaine Pretorius (South Africa)
Another young cricketer coming from the domestic cricket of South Africa having impressive Performances in ODI’s as well taking 12 wickets and 1 half century in 9 matches which proves he can be a valuable All rounder for South Africa just like other Senior and experienced players in the squad.
It will undoubtedly be challenging for all these debutants playing for their side to lift a major trophy however they all will leave no stones unturned to leave their mark and try their best to contribute to the team so that their respective country can achieve positive results throughout the tournament.