4. Ross Taylor (New Zealand):
The Kiwi middle-order batsman, Ross Taylor had a purple run of form in ODI’s this year. Though his performance in the World Cup was not up to the mark but he bounced back strongly on the subsequent tour of England. The 31-year old scored back-to-back hundreds against England at the Oval and Southampton respectively. As a result, New Zealand came out victorious in both the encounters. They were the only two matches which the Kiwi side had won in the 5-match ODI series against England. Overall in 2015, the experienced right-hander has scored 1,046 runs in 24 innings at a splendid average of 61 with the help of 4 tons and the same number of half-centuries.