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Team flagENG41 yrs
batting styleWicketKeeper Batter
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Recent Form

26 (24) vs V-UP, T20
5 (4) vs DL-R, T20
10 (12) vs CHT-W, T20
60 (31) vs TLG-T, T20
0 (1) vs NYW, D. T10
10 (6) *vs AR, D. T10
21 (16) *vs NYW, D. T10
34 (24) vs AUSL, T20
29 (19) vs INDL, T20
15 (14) vs WIL, T20
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Career Stats

ODI
T20I
Matches10
Innings10
Runs233
100s0
50s1
HS83
SR92.46
Avg23.30
Fours28
Sixes5
Duck outs--
Rank--
Debut:Sri Lanka vs England at Dambulla - October 01, 2007

Teams played for

England Durham Barisal Burners Lancashire Sagittarius Soldiers Sagittarius Strikers Gloucestershire

About Phil Mustard

NamePhil Mustard
GenderMale
Birth8 Oct 1982
Birth PlaceSunderland, Co Durham
Height5ft 11in
NationalityEnglish

Hailing from Durham, Phil Mustard is a former wicket-keeper and left-handed batsman for the English national team, Durham and Gloucestershire. Having a style likened to that of Adam Gilchrist, he was hailed as one of the greatest wicket-keeper batsmen of England by the Australian great, Shane Warne.... continue reading

Player Bio

Hailing from Durham, Phil Mustard is a former wicket-keeper and left-handed batsman for the English national team, Durham and Gloucestershire. Having a style likened to that of Adam Gilchrist, he was hailed as one of the greatest wicket-keeper batsmen of England by the Australian great, Shane Warne.

Mustard's productive domestic seasons with Durham was rewarded with a call into the England team for the 2007 Sri Lanka tour. The Durham born and bred spent 16 years with his home county, scoring more than 7000 runs in 185 First Class appearances. He also captained the club and played a key role in each of the club’s three County Championship winning sides. He also holds the club’s record for the highest individual T20 score of 91 unbeaten and most one-day centuries in a season (3).

Phil caught the England selectors’ eye in 2007 with a swashbuckling 49 off 38 balls to help Durham win the Friends Provident final at Lord’s. Phil was picked for the winter tours to Sri Lanka and New Zealand, going on to win 10 One Day International caps and playing in two International T20 matches.

Although his England career didn’t take off he continued to be a consistent match-winner with Durham. Phil played two games on loan for Lancashire at the end of 2015, helping them secure the Division 2 title. Phil joined Glos from Durham until the end of the 2017 season following the injury to captain Gareth Roderick.

(As of May 2021)