Highest batting average at ICC Cricket World Cup Men

The much-awaited ICC Men’s Cricket Championship returns later this year and fans are thrilled to see their favorite cricketers back in action. The Cricket World Cup is the largest and most prominent cricket tournament in the world and is held every four years.

The last time it was held was in 2019 when England became champions, winning the trophy for the first time in history. In 2023, India is the sole host of the World Cup and 10 teams will battle each other for a month and a half to raise the prestigious trophy.

The Cricket World Cup was first held in 1975 and the 13th championship will be held in 2023. Hundreds of players and many countries have participated in the nearly 50-year history of the World Cup. Many records have been set. Some teams have passed 400 runs in 50 rounds, while players have accumulated thousands of runs. Today we cover the highest batting averages at the ICC Cricket World Cup for men.

ICC Men’s Cricket World Championship: Highest Hit Average

The Cricket World Cup follows a one-day international (ODI) format consisting of two halves of 50 rounds each. Unlike the popular T20 format, ODI games are faster and cricketers play with restraint instead of just breaking boundaries with the ball. However, ODI is faster than Test cricket.

The hitter helps to register the grand total on the scoreboard, which the pitcher will then defend. Some pitchers always play well and score well in every game. There have been players who have averaged over 100 runs, which means they’ve scored a century every time they’ve played. Check out the list of players with the highest average scores in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup below.

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Highest batting average in the Cricket World Cup

S. no

Player

Medium

Game change

Running

Highest score

lengthen

first

Lance Klusener (SA)

124

11

372

57

1999-2003

2

Andrew Symonds (Australia)

103

13

515

143*

2003-2007

3

Ben Stokes (ENG)

66.42

ten

465

89

2019-2019

4

Rohit Sharma (IND)

65.2

17

978

140

2015-2019

5

AB de Villiers (SA)

63.52

22

1207

162*

2007-2015

6

Michael Clarke (Australia)

63.42

21

888

93*

2007-2015

7

Vivi Richards (WI)

63.31

21

1013

181

1975-1987

8

David Warner (Australia)

62

18

992

178

2015-2019

9

Rahul Dravid (IND)

61.42

21

860

145

1999-2007

ten

Glenn Turner (New Zealand)

61.2

14

612

171*

1975-1983

11

Faf du Plessis (SA)

57.87

21

926

109

2011-2019

twelfth

Sachin Tendulkar (IND)

56.95

44

2278

152

1992-2011

13

Kane Williamson (New Zealand)

56.93

22

911

148

2011-2019

14

Kumar Sangakkara (SL)

56.74

35

1532

124

2003-2015

15

Herchelle Gibbs (SA)

56.15

23

1067

143

1999-2007

16

Sourav Ganguly (IND)

55.88

21

1006

183

1999-2007

17

Martin Crowe (New Zealand)

55

21

880

100*

1983-1992

18

Sean Williams (ZIM)

54.66

11

492

96

2007-2015

19

David Boon (Australia)

54.33

16

815

100

1987-1992

20

David Gower (UK)

54.25

11

434

130

1979-1983

21

Graham Thorpe (UK)

54.14

ten

379

89

1996-1999

22

Joe Root (ENGLISH)

54.14

16

758

121

2015-2019

23

Ramiz Raja (PAK)

53.84

16

700

119*

1987-1996

24

Saeed Anwar (PAK)

53.82

21

915

113*

1996-2003

25

Shikhar Dhawan (IND)

53.7

ten

537

137

2015-2019

26

Shane Watson (Australia)

53.58

19

643

ninety four

2007-2015

27

Scott Styris (New Zealand)

53.47

22

909

141

2003-2011

28

Tillakaratne Dilshan (SL)

52.95

25

1112

161*

2007-2015

29

Mark Waugh (Australia)

52.84

22

1004

130

1992-1999

30

Yuvraj Singh (IND)

52.71

21

738

113

2003-2011

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