11. Josh Hazlewood
Hazlewood (2/8) struck twice in the powerplay, seeing the back of Mohammad Naim and Soumya Sarkar, while Starc (2/21) cleaned up Liton Das before getting Mahmudullah caught behind.
10. Adam Zampa
Adam Zampa’s incredible 5/19 that stood out. Zampa even came close to bagging a hat-trick, only for Wade to fluff a chance behind to deny him.
9. Mitchell Starc
After Mitchell Starc ad Josh Hazlewood dented the Bangladesh top-order, Zampa ruled the roost in the middle.
8. Pat Cummins
Though Pat Cummins returned wicketless, he gave only 18 in his three overs.
7. Matthew Wade
Matthew Wade have given the finishing touches once against South Africa in what was their team’s first victory and will have a similar role to play again.
6. Marcus Stoinis
Marcus Stoinis and Matthew Wade have given the finishing touches once against South Africa in what was their team’s first victory and will have a similar role to play again.
5. Glenn Maxwell
Glenn Maxwell, on the back of a magnificent IPL 2021, is yet to deliver the kind of magic in this tournament.
4. Steven Smith
After extending their bowling line-up against England by roping in Ashton Agar, Australia slotted back. Steve Smith has continued to play the anchor.
3. Mitchell Marsh
He is likely to continue against the West Indies. In the previous encounter, by the time he came in, the chase was already killed by Finch’s blows. But Marsh swung around his willow, scoring a quick 5-ball 16, with Australia needing no one else to bat from the middle-order.
2. Aaron Finch
The duo raced their team to 58 in just 4.6 overs, with Aaron Finch scoring 40 off those in just 20, cracking four sixes and two fours, before being cleaned up by Taskin Ahmed.
1. David Warner
While Finch charged from the other end, Warner was not quiet, hitting three fours in his 14-ball 18 before Shoriful Islam knocked him down.