5 Indians with best 50 to 100 conversion rate in ODI cricket
Three current players who feature in this list will play a crucial role against the top-ranked English team.
Cricket is one of the most popular sports in the world and the game of cricket has seen many great batsmen. Some people often assess the quality of a player by just looking at the total number of runs scored but it is important to understand which batsmen make proper use of the starts that they get.
Three current Indian team members have done exceptionally well in converting fifties into hundreds. To understand the efforts of these players, a comparison has made been between all the players who played ODI cricket for India.
Here are the 5 Indian batsmen with best 50 to 100 conversion ratio:
*Only players with 2000 runs and 5 centuries were considered*
*Stats are updated till 15th May 2018*
#5 Rohit Sharma - 33.33%
Rohit Sharma has the ability to convert starts into really big ones. He has scored three double centuries in ODI cricket and is the only batsmen to cross the 200-mark more than once. The Indian batsman presently ranked sixth in ODI cricket and will be vital for India's World Cup plans.
Rohit has an average of 44.55 in ODIs and has been a consistent performer for India in white-ball cricket. His strike rate of 86.97 has been ever increasing and India will hope that he will continue his good work in all the upcoming away tours.
Innings: 174, Runs: 6594, HS: 264, 100s: 17, 50s: 34