Batting legend Allan Border feels India's Virat Kohli, England's Eoin Morgan and Australia's Aaron Finch are the three commanders to pay special mind to in the World Cup in England and Wales that begins on May 30.
"Virat Kohli, I believe he's an alternate kind of commander. He's more of a rowdy sort player and bears everything to anyone who might be in the vicinity," Border told cricket.com.au.
"So the players know whether they've stuffed up in light of the fact that he's one of those truly in-your-face-type captains."
Fringe, who captained Australia in 178 ODIs, did not rank the trio in any request but rather said he was inspired with Morgan under whose administration England have achieved the zenith of ODI cricket.
"Britain, I believe they're doing particularly well. They've carried an alternate strategy to the table which will be intriguing to perceive how it works out in the World Cup. They're a perilous side as a result of it and you know as the bowling gathering that is no joke," he said.
"The manner in which it looks to me, they may drop the odd game however they're going to win enough diversions to break through to the semi-finals and that is what it's about.
"That course of action under Trevor Bayliss as mentor and Eoin Morgan, I believe he's a truly decent one-day cricketer, and he's as great a skipper as there is going near. Strategically he's generally excellent and their strategy right now is a risky blueprint to play against."
Fringe, 63, said Finch has the gathering together under troublesome conditions.
"Aaron Finch is working superbly. He has a decent vibe around the gathering, I imagine that is the thing that he brings to his captaincy," Border said.
"Everybody knows their duties and it's a decent domain to play in. So's a decent begin as a commander. He's completed an awesome activity.
"Strategically, I think they (Kohli, Morgan and Finch) all do great."