David Warner's splendid knock against Bangladesh takes Australia to top of World Cup standings
In the sixth match of Australia's Cricket World Cup campaign, and six matches into David Warner's official comeback from a 12-month suspension, he showed off both sides of his personality in hitting a tournament-high 166 which Bangladesh was too resigned to challenge on Thursday at Trent Bridge
Besides Agarwal, who was nominated for his stellar performance in the Test series against New Zealand and South Africa, Kiwi spinner Ajaz Patel and Australian pacer Mitchell Starc were also shortlisted for the award.
The Pakistan-born Khawaja has been in imperious form in his comeback from a 30-month Test exile, hitting 137 in the first innings before adding an unbeaten 101 to break English hearts.
Melbourne Test hero Boland held his place as Australia made only one change to their winning side for the fourth Ashes Test against England in Sydney which begins on Wednesday.