1. Travis Head
Travid Head was embarked as a special player right since his early days in domestic cricket. In 2015, when made the Redbacks skipper, he became state’s youngest captain of all time. Most importantly, he lived up to task and showed some maturity for a 21-year-old. The talented left-hander debuted for Australia, last year. He started off inconsistently but now has got into the groove and is scoring well. Head has a good range of strokes and can clear the fence when needed. He can open as well as bat in the middle-order, which adds to his value. And not to forget his handy off-breaks, which have got Australia some crucial breakthroughs at times. After 25 ODIs, the 23 years old averages 40.75 at a strike-rate of 90.35. He also has 12 wickets. In T20Is, the all-rounder has featured in 7 games averaging around 25 with a blistering strike-rate of 151.54.
**ALL STATS UPDATED TILL 11th JULY 2017.