7. Roger Binny:
Another all-rounder in the list that is adaptable to both one-day cricket as well as test cricket, Stuart Binny was an aggressive batsman as well as a very competitive fielder. Not only that he was quite impressive with the ball, especially in the 1983 world cup where he took 18 wickets.
Binny’s test career with the ball has ended up with 47 wickets in 27 matches while his best overseas performance as a bowler was against England where he took 7 for 58 with an economy rate of 2.76 runs per over that led to a 279 runs win at Leeds. The Anglo-Indian all-rounder was also a part of the BCCI and now his son Stuart Binny is following his footsteps.