Cricket World Cup: Team of the tournament as voted for by BBC Sport readers

As England and New Zealand prepare for Sunday's World Cup final at Lord's, BBC Sport reveals the team of the tournament, as voted for by readers of this website.

Have a look at the final XI - you can discuss it in the comments below.

1. Rohit Sharma (India)

India opener Rohit Sharma celebrates a century against Bangladesh in the World Cup

Runs: 648; Average: 81.00; Strike-rate: 98.33; Centuries: 5; Fifties: 1

Did you know? Rohit scored five centuries in the tournament, the most recorded by a player in a men's World Cup, including three back to back.

2. David Warner (Australia)

Australia opener David Warner salutes the crowd after his dismissal against South Africa

Runs: 647; Ave: 71.88; SR: 89.36; Centuries: 3; Fifties: 3

Did you know? Warner notched up three centuries, the joint most by an Australian in a men's World Cup.

3. Virat Kohli (India)

India captain Virat Kohli gestures in the field

Runs: 443; Ave: 55.37; SR: 94.05; Centuries: 0; Fifties: 5

Did you know? Kohli put together a run of five consecutive fifties for the third time in his career. He is the only player to achieve this three times in ine-day internationals.

4. Kane Williamson (New Zealand)

New Zealand captain Kane Williamson celebrates reaching his century against South Africa

Runs: 548; Ave: 91.33 SR: 76.32; Centuries: 2; Fifties: 2

Did you know? Williamson's tally of 548 runs so far is the most by a Kiwi in a men's World Cup.

5. Shakib Al Hasan (Bangladesh)

Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan celebrates taking a wicket against Afghanistan

Runs: 606; Batting ave: 86.57; SR: 96.03; Centuries: 2; Fifties: 5; Wickets: 11; Bowling ave: 36.27; Economy: 5.39; Best: 5-29

Did you know? Shakib managed seven knocks of 50-plus in the tournament. No player has recorded more in a men's World Cup (India's Sachin Tendulkar also managed seven in 2003). Against South Africa, Shakib became the fastest player to reach 250 wickets and 5,000 runs in ODIs.

6. Ben Stokes (England)

England all-rounder Ben Stokes points to the crowd in celebration after taking a stunning catch against South Africa

Runs: 381; Batting ave: 54.42; SR: 95.01; Centuries: 0; Fifties: 4; Wkts: 7; Bowling ave: 32.28; Econ: 4.72; Best: 3-23

Did you know? Stokes has 381 runs in the tournament, the most of anyone batting from four or lower (he has batted at four, five and six).

7. Alex Carey (Australia)

Australia wicketkeeper Alex Carey bends low to catch a ball against Sri Lanka

Runs: 375; Ave: 62.50; SR: 104.16; Centuries: 0; Fifties: 3; Catches: 18, Stumpings: 2

Did you know? Carey has 20 dismissals, including two stumpings, in the tournament, more than any other player. His tally of 375 runs is the most by a keeper.

8. Chris Woakes (England)

England bowler Chris Woakes celebrates dismissing David Warner in the World Cup semi-final against Australia

Wkts 13; Ave: 31.46; Econ: 5.38; Best: 3-20

Did you know? Woakes recorded his best World Cup bowling figures - 3-20 - in the semi-final win over Australia. His tally of 13 wickets is the most of anyone to also score 100 runs.

9. Mitchell Starc (Australia)

Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc celebrates a wicket against England in the World Cup group stage match

Wkts 27; Ave: 18.59; Econ: 5.43; Best: 5-26

Did you know? Starc took 27 wickets in the tournament, the most by a player in a World Cup, beating compatriot Glenn McGrath's 26 in 2007.

10. Jofra Archer (England)

England fast bowler Jofra Archer appeals for a wicket against Australia

Wkts 19; Ave: 22.05; Econ: 4.61; Best: 3-27

Did you know? Archer has bowled the most dot balls in the tournament, 338. His tally of 19 wickets is the most by an England player in a World Cup.

11. Jasprit Bumrah (India)

India fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah celebrates taking a wicket against New Zealand in the World Cup semi-final

Wkts 18; Ave: 20.61; Econ: 4.41; Best: 4-55

Did you know? Bumrah took 18 wickets and only failed to take a wicket in one of his nine bowling innings. Only Zaheer Khan has taken more wickets in a World Cup for India - 21 in 2011.

*Statistics, supplied by Opta, correct as of 12 July, 2019

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ICC Men's Cricket World Cup final - England v New Zealand
Venue: Lord's Dates: Sunday, 14 July Time: 10:30 BST
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