11. Jayden Seales (West Indies)

West Indies got defeated by a huge margin in his debut Test match but Jayden’s performance was very contrasting to the result. He took three wickets with a wicket in the first over he bowled. He just played with the red cherry like a magician.

10. Ollie Robinson (England)

Robinson is becoming a regular feature in the English Test squad. He has everything that a good fast bowler needs. He is also doing well in the Ashes 2021-22, making many headlines. With the ability to bowl consistently to one line and length, Robinson can be a threat to the batters in the coming years.

9. Nasum Ahmed (Bangladesh)

A left-arm orthodox bowler from Sylhet, Bangladesh, Nasum Ahmed has played 14 T20Is this year. He was first recognized when he was selected to play for Chattogram Challengers in the 2019-20 Bangladesh Premier League.

8. Chris Greaves (Scotland)

He made his T20I in October 2021, for Scotland against Papua New Guinea. In Scotland’s opening match of the 2021 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, Greaves had a Player-of-the-Match performance against Bangladesh. He is 31 years old but as fresh as any youngster.

7. Mohammad Wasim Jr (Pakistan)

Mohammad Wasim Jr is one of the youngest blocks in Pakistan cricket. He brings all the three dimensions of the game to the table. The 20-year-old all-rounder has started his career in the shortest format first.

6. Charith Asalanka (Sri Lanka) (C)

He captained Sri Lanka under-19 in a two-match series against Pakistan in October 2015, scoring 334 runs at an average of 167.00, with a double-century and a century. He also captained Sri Lanka in the 2016 Under-19 World Cup. It shows, he is a good captaincy material too.

5. Saud Shakeel (Pakistan)

He was the leading run-scorer for his team in the 2017-18 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, with 488 runs in seven matches. In April 2018, he was named in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s squad for the 2018 Pakistan Cup. He was the leading run-scorer for Pakistan Television in the 2018-19 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, with 414 runs in five matches.

4. Will Pucovski (Australia)

The 23-year-old has played only one test match to date. He got his baggie green in the home series against India in January 2021. He scored a classy 62 in his debut Test innings against a top bowling line-up. It will be interesting to see how Pucovski’s career moves forward.

3. Suryakumar Yadav (India)

The 31-year-old was named in the T20I squad of India against England in February 2021. He didn’t get to bat in his first game but he batted in his second game and scored a fifty. He made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka in June 2021. In three ODIs, he has 124 runs to his name and in 11 T20Is, he has 244 runs in his account.

2. Ishan Kishan (India) (WK)

He was selected in the five-match home T20I series against the Englishmen in February 2021. He was the Player of the Match in his first India game. Kishan was again selected for the limited-overs series against Sri Lanka in Sri Lanka. The big breakthrough came when he was selected in the 15 member squad for the ICC T20 World Cup 2021.

1. Phil Salt (England)

Philip Salt is a Welsh cricketer who represents the Lancashire County team. He is a right-handed batter who can also give a few overs if any bowler faces a bad day. He has a good amount of experience playing in different T20 leagues in franchise cricket.