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Philip Salt
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PhilipSalt

Team flagEng26 yrs
batting styleWicketKeeper Batter
#91 Batter in ODI
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Recent Form

34 (24) vs NOTS, T20-Blast
28 (19) vs LEIC, T20-Blast
3 (6) vs CSK, IPL
26 (14) *vs PBKS, IPL
21 (17) vs PBKS, IPL
17 (11) vs CSK, IPL
87 (45) vs RCB, IPL
0 (1) vs GT, IPL
59 (35) vs SRH, IPL
0 (1) vs SRH, IPL
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Career Stats

ODI
T20I
IPL
BBL
ABU DHABI
PSL
100B
Matches14
Innings12
Runs460
100s1
50s2
HS122
SR125.68
Avg38.33
Fours67
Sixes4
Duck outs--
ICC Rank--
Debut:England v Pakistan Sophia Gardens Cardiff, 8-7-2021

Teams played for

Sussex Punjabi Legends Islamabad United England Barbados Tridents Qalandars Adelaide Strikers

About Philip Salt

NamePhilip Salt
Birth28 Aug 1996
Birth PlaceBodelwyddan, North Wales
Height5 ft 8 in
NationalityEnglish

Phillip Salt is a right-handed top-order batsman who primarily plays for Sussex County Club and now the England cricket team. An explosive batsman right at the top, Salt won a scholarship to play cricket at Reed school which motivated him to give up football and pursue cricket as a future career.... continue reading

Player Bio

Phillip Salt is a right-handed top-order batsman who primarily plays for Sussex County Club and now the England cricket team. An explosive batsman right at the top, Salt won a scholarship to play cricket at Reed school which motivated him to give up football and pursue cricket as a future career.

The Welsh cricketer made his first-team debut in 2015 and it wasn't until 2018 that Salt really came alive at the domestic circuit.

Born in Bodelwyddan, Salt smashed two Championship hundreds, including a sensational knock of 148 off just 138 deliveries against Derbyshire in the 2018 Royal One-Day Cup. 

Impressed by his attacking approach, Lahore Qalandars invited him to play in the Abu Dhabi T20 Trophy and was roped in by Islamabad United for the fourth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL). 

The franchise-cricket wayfarer struck a magnificent 58-ball 100 for the Lions against Ireland at the Ageas Bowl in July 2020, and as a result, was drafted in the England squad as a reserve for the three-match ODI series. However, he did not feature in any of the matches. 

The ace batsman for Adelaide Strikers in BBL made a name for himself in the shorter formats of the game. His ability to change the course of the match at will has garnered praise from the cricketing fraternities in England, and the talented batter will be a part of the Manchester Originals squad for the inaugural edition of the Hundreds.

(As of April 2021)