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Gayle, AB in CA’s T20 XI of 2017

Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan has been picked in cricket.com.au‘s T20 XI of 2017. The XI has been made combining domestic T20 matches and T20 Internationals.

Shakib, AB in CA's T20 XI of 2017

CA’s T20 XI:

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1. Brendon McCullum (Brisbane, Gujarat, Lahore, Middlesex, Rangpur, Trinbago) | 58 matches | 1503 runs at 29 | Strike rate 143 | High score: 91

2. Chris Gayle (Karachi, Rangpur, Bangalore, St Kitts and Nevis, West Indies) | 44 matches | 1279 runs at 37 | Strike rate 140 | High score: 146*

3. Evin Lewis (Dhaka, St Kitts and Nevis, West Indies) | 32 matches | 1124 runs at 40 | Strike rate 165 | High score: 125*

4. Hashim Amla (Cape Cobras, Kings XI Punjab, South Africa, World XI) | 26 matches | 1021 runs at 48 | Strike rate 143 | High score: 104*

5. AB de Villiers (Bangalore, South Africa, Titans) | 23 matches | 779 runs at 43 | Strike rate 158 | High score: 89*

6. Luke Ronchi (wk) (Chittagong, Guyana, Leicestershire, New Zealand, Wellington) | 35 matches | 1049 runs at 33 | Strike rate 178 | High score: 102

7. Shakib Al Hasan (Bangladesh, Dhaka, Jamaica, Kolkata, Peshawar) | 29 matches | 447 runs at 20 | 37 wickets at 18 | RPO 6.9 | High score: | Best bowling: 5-16

8. Sunil Narine (Dhaka, Kolkata, Lahore, Melbourne Renegades, Trinbago, West Indies) | 64 matches | 62 wickets at 24 | RPO 6.2 | 760 runs at 16 | Strike rate 151 | Best bowling: 3-10

9. Mohammad Amir (Dhaka, Essex, Karachi, Lahore, Pakistan) | 28 matches | 34 wickets at | 21 RPO 6.8 | Best bowling: 4-13

10. Wahab Riaz (Barbados, Lahore, Pakistan, Peshawar) | 32 matches | 41 wickets at 18 | RPO 6.7 | Best bowling: 3-15

11. Rashid Khan (Adelaide, Afghanistan, Band-e-Amir, Comilla, Guyana, Hyderabad) | 55 matches | 78 wickets at 14.88 | RPO 5.6 | Best bowling: 5-3

 

-Ruffin, Correspondent, bdcrictime.com 1 of 1

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