David Miller and Richard Kettleborough

South Africa’s hard-hitting lower middle-order batsman David Miller is a limited-overs specialist currently serving the national team. Better known as ‘Killer-Miller’ for his big hitting prowess, Miller plays for Kings XI Punjab franchise in the Indian Premier League (IPL) and has been a mainstay for them, having won quite a few games single-handedly.

He has so far played 82 One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and 37 Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is) for his country. His strike rate in the formats has been phenomenal —100 in ODIs and just over 127 in T20Is. Though he is yet to play a Test, he has done enough to become an impact player for his team.

His doppelganger on the right is Richard Kettleborough, a former First-Class cricketer who played for Yorkshire and Middlesex in English County. After retiring, he became an Umpire and today serves on International Cricket Council’s (ICC’s) list of elite umpires. Recently, he won the ICC Umpire of the year award for the year 2015. Destiny separated these two men at birth, but united them on the cricket field.