Former Australian all-rounder Tom Moody has picked his current World T20 XI, in which he selected Rohit Sharma as the captain of the side. Rohit, who is the second-highest run-getter in the T20I format, opens the batting with David Warner. Rohit has scored 2773 runs in 108 T20I matches at an average of 32.62 whereas David Warner has scored 2207 runs in 79 matches at an average of 31.52.
Virat Kohli, format’s highest run-getter bats at number three for Tom Moody. The Indian captain has scored 2794 runs at an impressive average of 50.80. AB de Villiers bats at number four and the talisman had scored 1672 runs in 78 T20I matches.
Tom Moody picks a potent side
West Indies southpaw batsman Nicholas Pooran bats at number five for Sunrisers Hyderabad coach. Pooran has impressed with his pyrotechnics and he has scored 343 runs so far. The left-hander has the skills to hit the ground running.
Andre Russell bats at number six for Tom Moody as he is the best all-rounder in the shortest format. Russell has scored 540 runs in 49 T20I matches and he has scalped 26 wickets.
Sunil Narine who has bamboozled the best in the business bats at number seven. Narine has taken 52 wickets in 51 matches and he can also get quick runs. Rashid Khan is the second spinner in the side as the Afghanistan player has snared 89 wickets in 48 matches.
Mitchell Starc, Jasprit Bumrah, and Jofra Archer constitute the pace battery of the side. Starc has taken 43 wickets in 31 matches and he is known for his accurate yorker.
Bumrah is one of the best death bowlers in the world and he has bagged 59 wickets in 50 matches. Archer has also impressed with his raw pace and he has played a solitary T20I in which he has taken two wickets. Ravindra Jadeja is the 12th man of the side.