unlucky cricketers who missed World Cup selection

Of the ten groups who will contend at the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup, four have presented their last squads for this current summer's uber occasion in England: New Zealand, guarding champions Australia, India and Bangladesh. 

Here are five cricketers who can view themselves as unfortunate not to be picked for the World Cup: 

Ambati Rayudu 

For the majority of a half year, Rayudu was tipped to be India's No 4 at the World Cup. From the time he was reviewed to India's ODI squad in mid-2018, Rayudu discovered his name taken by India's skipper, bad habit chief and mentor as the man to bat at No 4 in England. 

Be that as it may, at that point, after three poor scores amid the ODI arrangement at home against Australia, Rayudu lost his place in the XI in March and on Monday was dropped for the World Cup. 

In the continuous IPL, Rayudu has scores of 28, 5, 1, 0, 21*, 21, 57 and 5 don't do equity to his ability and cut a poor impression of the man who until in the no so distant past was India's favored No 4 for the World Cup. Kohli everything except affirmed Rayudu as India's World Cup No 4 a year ago and Rohit Sharma supported the batsman's aptitudes at the Asia Cup. 

Multi day in the wake of being dropped, Rayudu took to Twitter with a not really unpretentious burrow at MSK Prasad, the administrator of selectors. 

Rishabh Pant 

Gasp, 21, had been named in India's past ODI squad for five diversions against Australia at home, with the selectors dropping Dinesh Karthik. He played two ODIs when MS Dhoni was refreshed and scored 36 and 16. 

Come the squad declaration day, and Pant was dropped and Karthik reviewed – a choice that separated feelings. Gasp has performed superior to Karthik in the progressing IPL, both as a batsman and wicketkeeper, and when Prasad elucidated that Karthik had been picked due to his unrivaled glovework and experience, it left Sunil Gavaskar to some degree miffed. 

Diminish Handscomb 

Since he was reviewed to Australia's ODI squad in January, Handscomb has made 479 keeps running in 12 innings at 43.54, with one century and three fifties. In any case, when Steve Smith finished his year boycott for ball-altering, they were named in Australia's World Cup squad and Handscomb was dropped. 

It was, in the expressions of Australia's mentor Justin Langer, "fiercely unfortunate" for Handscomb. 

Josh Hazlewood 

After he effectively recuperated from back damage that sidelined him for two months, the Australian quick bowler confessed to being anxious in front of Australia's World Cup squad declaration. 

A half year prior, it was unfathomable that Hazlewood would not be a piece of the shielding champions' World Cup plans, yet on Monday the selectors decided not to surge him over into ODI activity with an eye on the Ashes after the World Cup. 

Tim Seifert 

At the point when New Zealand reported their World Cup squad this month, the greatest shock was the consideration of wicketkeeper Tom Blundell who is uncapped in ODIs. 

Blundell was named in front of Seifert, who had played two or three eye-getting T20I innings against India in February. This had placed Seifert in shaft position to be New Zealand's save wicketkeeper for the World Cup behind Tom Latham, however then he endured a messed up finger which has kept him out of activity for as far back as month.