5 foreign players are stealing the show, can wreak havoc for their country by debuting in the World Cup theinsiderinsight

IPL 2024: IPL 2024 is going to prove to be very important from the point of view of T20 World Cup 2024. ICC has fixed May 1 as the last date for the announcement of teams in the World Cup. In such a situation, teams from India and other countries can also announce the squad soon. Many new Indian stars have been seen so far in IPL 2024, but many foreign players have also caught everyone's attention with their explosive batting and sharp bowling. Let us know about those 5 foreign players who can debut for their national team in the T20 World Cup.

Rachin Ravindra (New Zealand)

Rachin Ravindra was bought by CSK in the 2024 auction for Rs 1.8 crore. Ravindra is opening for Chennai and has given a good start to the team many times till now. So far in IPL 2024, he has scored 133 runs in 6 matches, but his strike rate has attracted the most attention. His bat is currently raining runs at a strike rate of 166.25.

Azmatullah Omarzai (Afghanistan)

Afghanistan all-rounder Azmatullah Omarzai was signed by Gujarat Titans for Rs 50 lakh. In IPL 2024, he can perform amazingly not only with the ball but also with the bat. He has taken 4 wickets in 4 matches so far, but has not got much ball to play while batting. Umarzai's talent is also special because apart from bowling the ball well, he can also bat in the upper order.

Gerald Coetzee (South Africa)

Gerald Coetzee has pace and the tremendous competitive experience he is getting in IPL 2024 is transforming him into a mature bowler. Although he has already debuted for South Africa, but playing for Mumbai Indians in IPL 2024, he has taken 9 wickets in 6 matches. If he can maintain his good form, then he can definitely make his T20 World Cup debut by making a place in the South African team.

Cameron Green (Australia)

Cameron Green is playing for RCB in IPL 2024, but his bat has not shown anything special yet. So far, he has taken only 68 runs in 5 matches and only 2 wickets in bowling. Despite this, he is expected to get a place in the Australia team in the T20 World Cup 2024 because having a tall and strong all-rounder like him helps in strengthening the middle order of any team.

Shamar Joseph (West Indies)

Young fast bowler Shamar Joseph recently made his IPL debut playing for LSG in the match against KKR. Although he gave away 47 runs in 4 overs, it is not right to judge a bowler on the basis of one over. Joseph is young, he has enthusiasm and the most important thing is that he can beat the batsmen continuously with his pace.

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