6. David Warner

David Warner has had a topsy-turvy ride this 2021. A left-handed pocket dynamo, Warner has been one of the best Australian openers. A belligerent batter, Warner has been a key player for Australia in crunch moments.

5. James Anderson

With defining data in the ultimate format of cricket, Anderson has been great in the Test format. The Lancashire cricketer has 632 wickets from 309 innings at a brilliant economy of 2.82.

4. Jhye Richardson

Jhye Richardson has been one of the new inclusions in the Ashes for Australia. A right-arm fast bowler, Richardson can swing the ball both ways. He is also a bowler who can click at speeds in the 140s.

3. Marnus Labuschagne

With a state of 1885 runs from thirty-one innings at a marvelous average of sixty. He is also an occasional leggie who can bowl leg-breaks to the batters’ area.Being in great form in the shield Sheffield tournament, Labuschagne should be yet another watch-out for the bowler.

2. Joe Root

Joe Root is having a spectacular time with the bat presently. The English batter has been in rich form in the 5-day format of cricket. Batting at the No.3 spot, Root has been an important player for England in Tests.

1. Ollie Robinson

Ollie Robinson has been one of the new additions to the England team. A medium-pace bowler, Robinson has been one of the exciting bowlers going around for England. Making his debut against New Zealand this year, Robinson has displayed wonderful bowling against the opposition.