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3 Upcoming Cricket Stars Worthy of Betting on

West Indies' Nicholas Pooran

Top cricket players give us plenty to look forward to. First, their performances keep everyone on the edge of their seats, and second they give everyone the confidence to place wagers on them, without too much worry.


With so much cricket happening in many countries across the world, it’s common to see youngsters making their presence felt everywhere. Here in this article, we will talk about three such upcoming cricket stars who have got themselves noticed over the past few years, and are definitely worthy of backing on the cricket betting portals. As they continue to increase their stardom, and make their abilities shine, punters everywhere can rest assured that these players are totally trustworthy when it comes to real money bets.

Nicholas Pooran

He’s an aggressive upcoming West Indian batsmen who’s been breaking all kinds of school cricket records over the past few years. The 24 year old blonde-haired has been making an impressive climb up the ranks in the West Indian cricket. Unfortunately, he suffered a chronic ankle injury because of a car accident, putting him away from active cricket for almost 2 years. But he didn’t let it deter him. He made an impressive comeback in the 2016 edition of Caribbean Premier League and played 8 games, scoring a total of 217 runs.

Rachin Ravindra

Ravindra played his first World Cup in 2016, at the age of 16 in Bangladesh. That stint earned him the title of the youngest ever Kiwi player to feature in that tournament. All through his performances, he impressed everyone with his left-arm spin bowling. Rachin Ravindra returned to the World Cup in 2018, making it to the New Zealand ‘A’ squad. He made his List ‘A’ debut in Dubai, at the age of 19, playing for the Kiwi team against Pakistan ‘A’. He proved to be one of the better performers for New Zealand in 2018, scoring 76 and 117 against South Africa and Kenya respectively.

Shubman Gill

Shubman Gill totally looks like a player in command when he walks in to bat on a cricket pitch. The stylish right-handed cricketer who plays with a bottom-handed grip became the youngest Indian cricketer at the age of 19, to score a double century in first-class cricket, for an Indian team. Being a part of the under-19 World Cup winning team, he was soon graduated to the senior squad.

Shubman continues to work on his cricket during this transition with all his energy focused on scoring more runs. The 20 year old youngster has a solid outlook towards his game. In an interview to the press, he had stated that he doesn’t expect himself to score a 100 each time he steps out to play. He’s willing to take things as they come.

Till date, Shubman Gill has scored four hundreds and seven fifties in the 11 matches he has played as a part of his first-class cricket career. It would be safe to assume that the best of Shubman Gill is yet to come.

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