Cricket - England vs India

Introduction

This summer sees India tour England for the first time since 2014, playing 5 Test Matches, 3 ODIs and 3 T20 matches. We take a look at the squads to find out which players are the most followed on social media and can command the highest influence, showing whether the audience of Indian cricket fans can outweigh the dominance of English cricket exposure on a global level.

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The Combined List

Take a look at how the squads stack up against each other in a single list, based on our unique algorithm.

1.
Virat Kohli
90.0m fans 999.0
2.
Rohit Sharma
30.9m fans 970.5
3.
Suresh Raina
25.2m fans 941.9
4.
MS Dhoni
18.3m fans 913.4
5.
Shikhar Dhawan
14.6m fans 884.8
6.
Hardik Pandya
10.8m fans 856.3
7.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar
8.1m fans 827.7
8.
Umesh Yadav
5.5m fans 799.2
9.
Krunal Pandya
3.9m fans 770.7
10.
Lokesh Rahul
2.7m fans 742.1
11.
Joe Root
2.4m fans 713.6
12.
Jos Buttler
2.4m fans 685.0
13.
Eoin Morgan
2.4m fans 656.5
14.
Manish Pandey
1.9m fans 627.9
15.
Ben Stokes
1.6m fans 599.4
16.
Dinesh Karthik
1.6m fans 570.9
17.
Yuzvendra Chahal
1.5m fans 542.3
18.
Kuldeep Yadav
1.3m fans 513.8
19.
Jason Roy
813.5k fans 485.2
20.
Shreyas Iyer
810.2k fans 456.7
21.
Jonny Bairstow
686.5k fans 428.1
22.
Alex Hales
577.4k fans 399.6
23.
Axar Patel
462.2k fans 371.1
24.
Moeen Ali
459.9k fans 342.5
25.
Adil Rashid
306.1k fans 314.0
26.
David Willey
253.3k fans 285.4
27.
Deepak Chahar
244.6k fans 256.9
28.
Liam Plunkett
243.6k fans 228.3
29.
Shardul Thakur
240.1k fans 199.8
30.
Chris Jordan
204.1k fans 171.3
31.
Mark Wood
197.6k fans 142.7
32.
Siddarth Kaul
163.7k fans 114.2
33.
Sam Curran
73.5k fans 85.6
34.
Jake Ball
70.7k fans 57.1
35.
Dawid Malan
69.5k fans 28.5

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The England Team

The table below shows the overall marketing value of the England Squad, based on our unique algorithm.

1.
Joe Root
2.4m fans 713.6
2.
Jos Buttler
2.4m fans 685.0
3.
Eoin Morgan
2.4m fans 656.5
4.
Ben Stokes
1.6m fans 599.4
5.
Jason Roy
813.5k fans 485.2
6.
Jonny Bairstow
686.5k fans 428.1
7.
Alex Hales
577.4k fans 399.6
8.
Moeen Ali
459.9k fans 342.5
9.
Adil Rashid
306.1k fans 314.0
10.
David Willey
253.3k fans 285.4
11.
Liam Plunkett
243.6k fans 228.3
12.
Chris Jordan
204.1k fans 171.3
13.
Mark Wood
197.6k fans 142.7
14.
Sam Curran
73.5k fans 85.6
15.
Jake Ball
70.7k fans 57.1
16.
Dawid Malan
69.5k fans 28.5

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The India Team

The table below shows the overall marketing value of the Indian Squad, based on our unique algorithm.

1.
Virat Kohli
90.0m fans 999.0
2.
Rohit Sharma
30.9m fans 970.5
3.
Suresh Raina
25.2m fans 941.9
4.
MS Dhoni
18.3m fans 913.4
5.
Shikhar Dhawan
14.6m fans 884.8
6.
Hardik Pandya
10.8m fans 856.3
7.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar
8.1m fans 827.7
8.
Umesh Yadav
5.5m fans 799.2
9.
Krunal Pandya
3.9m fans 770.7
10.
Lokesh Rahul
2.7m fans 742.1
11.
Manish Pandey
1.9m fans 627.9
12.
Dinesh Karthik
1.6m fans 570.9
13.
Yuzvendra Chahal
1.5m fans 542.3
14.
Kuldeep Yadav
1.3m fans 513.8
15.
Shreyas Iyer
810.2k fans 456.7
16.
Axar Patel
462.2k fans 371.1
17.
Deepak Chahar
244.6k fans 256.9
18.
Shardul Thakur
240.1k fans 199.8
19.
Siddarth Kaul
163.7k fans 114.2

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