3. Kane Williamson. New Zealand

Williamson plays a drive on course his hundred at Lords. Image credits: Telegraph.co.uk

Kane is indeed ‘able’, at least for the near future of New Zealand cricket. Williamson has reached dizzying heights in terms of scoring runs in the recent times. He averages a staggering 94.2  in past year including five hundreds during this period. Williamson has also been a consistent player in ODIs as he stacked up 1200 runs in 2015 and  top scored with 45 off 42 deliveries in his side’s important win against Australia in the World Cup at home. Willamson’s career is well poised to attain a ‘great’s’ status as his career averages 48.36 and 48.02 in Tests and ODIs depict. Apart from being able to score at will the man from Hamilton was trusted with the captaincy in the absence of Brendon McCullum in the ODI series against South Africa.Williamson in not for the future of New Zealand, he is the ‘future’ of cricket in the Tasman country.


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