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Matthew Parkinson

Team flagENG27 yrs
batting styleright-arm leg-break Bowler
Career & Stats

Matthew Parkinson Recent Form


KT vs HAM, T20-Blast1 (1) *
KT vs ESS, First class48 (158)
KT vs ESS, First class10 (37)
KT vs WORCS, First class2 (16)
KT vs LANCS, First class3 (10)
KT vs SUR, First class39 (147)
KT vs SUR, First class0 (12)
KT vs ESS, First class4 (9)
KT vs SOM, First class25 (73)
DUR vs SUS, First class0 (12) *


KT vs MDX, T20-Blast0-37
KT vs SOM, T20-Blast2-36
KT vs HAM, T20-Blast1-21
KT vs MDX, T20-Blast4-25
KT vs ESS, First class2-151
KT vs WORCS, First class3-201
KT vs LANCS, First class3-70
KT vs LANCS, First class0-0
KT vs SUR, First class5-177
KT vs ESS, First class2-125

Matthew Parkinson Carrer Stats





Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
vs South Africa at Newlands, Feb 04, 2020
T20I Debut
vs New Zealand at Saxton Oval, Nov 05, 2019
Test Debut
England v New Zealand Lord's, London, 2-6-2022
100B Debut
Oval Invincibles v Manchester Originals Kennington Oval, London, 22-7-2021
T20-Blast Debut
Nottinghamshire v Lancashire Trent Bridge, Nottingham United Kingdom, 31-5-2022

Teams played for

Lancashire England Peshawar Zalmi Manchester Originals (Men)

About Matthew Parkinson

NameMatthew Parkinson
Birth24 Oct 1996
Birth PlaceBolton, Lancashire
Height5 ft 9 in

One of the finest spinners in England at the moment, Mathew Parkinson is a leg-break bowler and a force to reckon with at the domestic circuit. ... continue reading

Player Bio

One of the finest spinners in England at the moment, Mathew Parkinson is a leg-break bowler and a force to reckon with at the domestic circuit. 

Born in Bolton, England, Parkinson made his first-class debut for Lancashire against Warwickshire in 2016 and immediately made an impact, picking up 5 for 49 on his debut and in the process became the youngest Lancashire player to achieve this feat.

An attacking leg-spinner who loves to attack the batsmen, Parkinson caught the attention of the selectors very early into his career and the leg spinner made his England debut in a T20I game against New Zealand in 2019. He took his maiden wicket in the match in the form of Tim Seifert.

A year later, the talented bowler was selected in the England squad for the ODI series against South Africa, away from home. The Lancashireman made his debut in the first ODI game of the series.

During one of the 2021 County Championship games, Parkinson bowled a scorching leg spinner to dismiss a batsman. Fans immediately drew parallels with Shane Warne's 'Ball of the Century' which got the better off Mike Gatting.

Parkinson is yet to make his Test debut but has been included several times as a reserve player in the England squad. He has a smooth action and has all the tools under his belt to deceive the opposition batsmen. Still young at the moment, Parkinson is bound to be a successful bowler for his nation in the upcoming years.

(As of May 2021)