In a tournament of this nature, it is a bonus if someone can bat and bowl well. A look at the players who can turn a game with the leather and the willow. (AFP Photos)
Ranked at top of the list Mohammad Hafeez has more often than not delivered with both bat and ball for Pakistan.
Shakib Al Hasan's variations are lethal on slow low pitches and as a batsman he can decimate an attack on his day.
Angelo Mathews will look to lead by example as he takes wickets and scores runs consistently for Sri Lanka.
Ravindra Jadeja is essential to India's cause as a stock bowler and an attacking batsman. Not to mention his excellent fielding skills.
Apart from being an explosive opener, Tillakaratne Dilshan is more than useful bowler for the Lankans. Not only does he keep the runs down, but he also takes crucial wickets.
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