Sean Abbott and Moises Henriques

Sean Abbott (left) is an Australian all-rounder, who has played a One-Day International (ODI), making his debut in the first ODI of the series against Pakistan at Sharjah in 2014. He has also played three Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is) in the same tour. Abbott made his First-Class debut for New South Wales (NSW) against South Australia at Adelaide in 2011 and has plays for Sydney Sixers in the Big Bash League (BBL).

In November last year, it was an Abbott bouncer that struck Phil Hughes on his head during a Sheffield Shield game, which led to the batsman’s death two days later. Abbott was devastated by the incident and had considered giving-up the game. He received support from the entire cricket fraternity and showed immense mental strength to make a strong comeback, where he picked up six for 14 against Queensland, winning NSW the match.

In January 2015, Abbott was named as Australia’s young cricketer of the year. In the 2015 Indian Premier League (IPL) auctions, he was bought by Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and made his IPL debut against reigning champions Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR).

Abbott’s doppelganger on the right is his Australia and Sydney Sixers teammate Moises Henriques, who is an all-rounder and has played three Tests, six ODI’s and two T20Is. He made his ODI debut against India at Delhi and after four long years, got his maiden Test cap against the same opposition at Chennai. In the year 2009, Henriques played his first T20I against New Zealand at Sydney and also got snapped up by KKR in that edition of IPL.

Henriques was the skipper for Sydney Sixers in the BBL 2015, and led the side to the final. He has played for Delhi Daredevils (DD), Glamorgan, New South Wales, Mumbai Indians (MI), Royal Challengers of Bangalore (RCB) and at present, is in India playing for Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in the eighth edition of the IPL. Henriques is of Portuguese origin. He is the son of former Portuguese professional footballer, Álvaro, and he was born in Funchal, Portugal before moving to Australia with his family at the age of one.