7) Washington Sundar
Washington Sundar made his T20I debut in 2017 against Sri Lanka. However, he didn’t make a big impact at the start. However, as the years progressed, he went through major transition and evolved into a productive all-rounder.
The 21-year-old all-rounder is someone who understands the game quite well. He hogged the limelight on his Test debut when he scored an impressive 62 in the fourth and final Test match against Australia at The Gabba. He also scored an imperious 85* in the first Test match against England in his hometown Chennai.
Having played 26 matches in the shortest format, he took as many as 21 wickets to his name. The Tamil Nadu-born cricketer has an impressive economy rate of 6.95 and will be looking forward to weaving the magic against England. However, he is yet to get enough chances with the bat in this format.