Top 10 Best Cricket Coaches In The World

10. Mickey Arthur

Mickey Arthur

Mickey Arthur has worked with global teams. His career peaked with South Africa and Pakistan. Between May 2005 and January 2010, he helped South Africa become the world's best test team. This featured wins in England and Australia.

09. Mike Hesson

Mike Hesson

One of the most promising new trainers in cricket is Mike Hesson. He was a fantastic player for the New Zealand Cricket Team between August 2012 and April 2018, leading them to victory in a historic home test series against England.

08. Chandika Hathurusingha

Chandika Hathurusingha

All experts have been in awe of Chandika Hathurusingha, a former Sri Lankan batsman, in his role as coach of the Bangladesh cricket team. After taking over as coach in 2014, he appeared to instill a spirit of bravery in the players, which resulted in victories in ODIs against Pakistan, India, and South Africa. Bangladesh also defeated Zimbabwe 3-0 in tests and 5-0 in one-day internationals.

07. Gary Kirsten

Gary Kirsten

Gary Kirsten's 188 not-out in a One Day International is a South African record. On March 1, 2008, he began coaching the India national cricket team till early 2011. India won the 2011 ICC World Cup and the 2009 Compaq Cup during his reign.

06. Dav Whatmore

Dav Whatmore

Dav Whatmore, a retired Australian cricketer and coach, played only seven Tests and one ODI. He started as Sri Lanka's cricket coach. Whatmore trained them twice to win the 1996 ICC Cricket World Cup. He was Bangladesh's cricket coach from 2003-2007.

05. Bob Woolmer

Bob Woolmer

Bob, a well-known English cricket player, started working as a club coach in 1991. He was appointed as South Africa's coach later, in 1994, and the team won multiple series during his leadership, including 10 out of 15 test series, proving his success as a coach.

04. Ravi Shastri

Ravi Shastri

India's coach Ravi Shastri was an interesting player. The crew valued his adaptability. Shastri became Indian Cricket Director in 2014. After India lost the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy final, Shastri was named head coach. Under his direction, the Indian squad became a dangerous opponent at home and internationally. India reached the World Cup semi-finals.

03. Andy Flower

Andy Flower

Andy Flower, a former Zimbabwean cricketer and current coach, is considered one of the game's finest batsman. He's the only Zimbabwean in the ICC's Top 100 Test Batters (ICC). Andy began coaching internationally in May 2007 as England's deputy cricket coach. He became England's head coach in April 2009.

02. Justin Langer

Justin Langer

Justin Langer's passion to Australian cricket helped the team return to the top of the international rankings. Langer replaced Darren Lehmann after the ball-tampering scandal. He restored the team with new captain Tim Paine. After David Warner and Steve Smith returned, Australia looked strong.

01. Trevor Bayliss

Trevor Bayliss

Trevor Bayliss coached England from 2015 to 2019, resigning after winning the ICC Cricket World Cup. His philosophy was to let players attack and trust themselves. His ruthless cricketing style inspired Jason Roy and Jos Buttler.