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Dan Lawrence
Dan is an attacking batsman from Essex who made his first-class debut for his home county last summer. Lawrence has already totalled 409 runs with a best of 161 – against Surrey in April last year, an effort that made him the third youngest to score a county championship century. He has led England Under 19’s batting order over the last year with two fifties in the recent triangular series against Sri Lanka and India, and a memorable televised century against Australia Under 19’s last summer.

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#FutureStars Dan Lawrence, England

An attacking batsman from Essex who made his first-class debut for his home county last summer and subsequently scored a memorable televised century against Australia Under 19’s.
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Mehedi Hasan
Mehedi is the captain of the host nation, an allrounder who bats in the middle order and bowls right-arm off spin. He has already played six first-class games since first appearing in a loss for his Chittagong Division team against Dhaka Division in Bangladesh’s National Cricket League in February 2014 and he aspires to become the World's Number 1 all-rounder and follow in the footsteps of his idol Shakib Al Hasan.

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#FutureStars Mehedi Hasan, Bangladesh

An allrounder who bats in the middle order and bowls right-arm off spin.
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Wiaan Mulder
Wiaan will turn 18 only after the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup, is an all-rounder from Johannesburg and goes to St Stithians College, the same school as 2014 U/19 World Cup winner Kagiso Rabada. A part of South Africa Under-19s since the squad was named for the world event, he is a key member of the defending champion’s squad.

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#FutureStars Wiaan Mulder, South Africa

An all rounder from Johannesburg and a key member of the defending champion's squad