3. Shoaib Malik
He is one of the best all-rounders Pakistan has ever produced. Shoaib made his international debut in 1999 and since then has been an important member of the team.
Throughout his career he has played 276 ODIs, which includes a lot of match-winning knocks. He is one of those few batsmen who could play long and win matches for his team.
Malik announced his retirement from Tests in 2015 and continued playing in limited overs format. Because of his vast experience, he can be crucial for Pakistan in this year’s World Cup.
Even before the start of the tournament, Malik would cross 37. Although age is just a number, yet this could be Malik’s last World Cup. As a result he would love to win it and end his cricketing career on a good note.