This could well be the first and last World Cup for these cricketers
For most of these relatively 'senior' players on the list, lasting another five years in the grueling arena of international cricket is going to be highly improbable. Thus, this lot may find itself playing their first and last World Cup at the same tournament. Take a look.
Kedar Jadhav (India) - Jadhav will be India's mainstay in the middle-order. His ability to stitch important partnerships down the order will prove crucial for India. He is the man with golden arm as well, breaking crucial stands in the middle overs. All in all, Jadhav will be key to India's World Cup designs. However at 34, Jadhav's first World Cup could also be his last.