If we reduce the minimum number of matches to 30, Glenn Maxwell and James Faulkner are the highest and the second-highest Strike Rate Impact batsmen in Australia's ODI history.
Matt Machan has the highest Pressure Impact (has absorbed the most pressure of falling wickets) amongst all batsmen in this World Cup so far (as of 3rd March).
The highest impact bowlers in this World Cup so far (as of 2nd March) are: Trent Boult, Daniel Vettori, Imran Tahir, Josh Davey and R Ashwin.
The highest impact batsmen in this World Cup so far (as of 1st March) are: Brendon McCullum, Shaiman Anwar and Virat Kohli.
AB de Villiers' unbeaten knock of 162 off 66 balls in this World Cup is the highest impact batting performance of his career. Interestingly, his previous highest impact batting performance also came against West Indies during the 2011 World Cup.
The batsmen who have absorbed the most pressure in this tournament so far are: Matt Machan, Lendl Simmons and Darren Sammy. (Min: 2 innings)
The highest impact bowlers in this World Cup so far are: Jerome Taylor, Josh Davey and Mohammed Shami. (Min: 2 innings)
Andre Russell has the second-highest Strike Rate Impact in ODI history after Richards. He is also the third-most consistent batsman in West Indian ODI history after Richards and Greenidge. (Min: 30 innings)
The highest impact batsmen in this World Cup so far are: Shikhar Dhawan, Lendl Simmons and Virat Kohli. (Min: 2 innings)
Dwayne Smith's failure rate in ODIs as a batsman is 59%- he is the least consistent opener amongst all major Test playing nations in this World Cup.
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