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Sam Curran

Team flagENG26 yrs
batting styleAll Rounder
#78 Bowler in ODI
#55 All Rounder in ODI
#33 Bowler in T20I
#57 All Rounder in T20I
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Sam Curran Recent Form

Batting

SUR vs ESS, T20-Blast0 (1)
SUR vs SOM, T20-Blast59 (42)
ENG vs IND, T20I2 (4)
ENG vs SA, T20I10 (7) *
PBKS vs RR, IPL63 (41) *
PBKS vs RCB, IPL22 (16)
PBKS vs CSK, IPL7 (11)
PBKS vs CSK, IPL26 (20) *
PBKS vs GT, IPL20 (19)
PBKS vs MI, IPL6 (7)
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Bowling

SUR vs ESS, T20-Blast1-41
ENG vs IND, T20I1-25
ENG vs USA, T20I2-23
ENG vs SA, T20I0-29
ENG vs WI, T20I0-25
ENG vs NAM, T20I0-13
PBKS vs RR, IPL2-24
PBKS vs RCB, IPL1-50
PBKS vs CSK, IPL1-34
PBKS vs CSK, IPL0-37
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Sam Curran Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI3224468019595.7122.292821----
T20I51302720150118.2612.951612----
Test2438815037864.1224.709621----
IPL59488830563136.4825.237437----
100B19183180160129.2718.712016----
T20-Blast25256550769144.2726.204335----
WC ODI3335001461.4011.6710----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI3232336.2240.095/485138.70----
T20I5151528.1224.505/103118.10----
Test2442473.2435.515/920065.77----
IPL5958589.6532.764/115020.36----
100B1918167.6532.503/161021.25----
T20-Blast2521278.6523.225/262216.11----
WC ODI3328.0870.001-470052.00----

Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
England vs Australia at Manchester - June 24, 2018
T20I Debut
New Zealand vs England at Christchurch - November 01, 2019
Test Debut
England vs Pakistan at Leeds - June 01 - 03, 2018
IPL Debut vs Rajasthan Royals at Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Mar 25, 2019
100B Debut
Oval Invincibles v Manchester Originals Kennington Oval, London, 22-7-2021
T20-Blast Debut
Surrey v Gloucestershire Kennington Oval, London, 31-5-2022

Teams played for

Surrey England U19 England Lions Auckland South England World XI Kings XI Punjab

About Sam Curran

NameSam Curran
GenderMale
Birth3 Jun 1998
Birth PlaceNorthampton, Northamptonshire, England
Height175m
NationalityEnglish

The left-arm seaming all-rounder from England made his international debut in the year 2018. Known for his ability to swing the ball into the right-hander, Curran has been a regular fixture for the English Test squad.... continue reading

Player Bio

The left-arm seaming all-rounder from England made his international debut in the year 2018. Known for his ability to swing the ball into the right-hander, Curran has been a regular fixture for the English Test squad.

Hailed as a prodigy in his younger days, Curran rose rapidly through Zimbabwe under-13 ranks. His family relocated to Surrey and he became the youngest debutant for Surrey at the age of 17. He was picked in the England squad for the 2016 Under-19 World Cup, where he amassed 201 runs in 6 matches and took 7 wickets in the tournament.

Curran was fast-tracked quickly by the selectors and was drafted into the Test squad to face Pakistan in 2018. 

However, his crowning moment came in the home series against India in the very same year. He was picked primarily as a bowler, but it was his all-round abilities that impressed everyone. Time after time he rescued England from a middle-order collapse and to no one’s surprise, Curran was adjudged Player of the Series for his scintillating performance. The all-rounder scored 272 runs and took 11 wickets, which saw England beat India 4-1. 

He continued his form in the away Test series against Sri Lanka, where he scored 114 runs in two Test matches as England white-washed the Islanders.

Curran was named the Cricket Writers’ Club 'Young Cricketer of the Year' for a stellar 2018 season.

For his impressive performance in the year 2018, Curran was called up to England’s T20I squad to play against New Zealand in 2019. His T20I debut didn’t go as per the plans, as the young pacer took just 1 wicket and gave away 33 runs and was wayward with his line and length throughout the innings.

After some impressive numbers at the international level, Curran caught the eyes of several IPL franchises and was bought by Punjab Kings in the player auction for the 2019 Indian Premier League for INR 7.20 crore. 

Curran picked up 10 wickets with a hat-trick playing nine matches and scoring 95 runs. KXIP released Curran for the 2020 season and he was bought by CSK for Rs 5.5 crore. 

The all-rounder was used as a pinch hitter by CSK last season, and he gave them good starts but failed to convert them into big one’s. He accumulated 141 runs in 14 matches and also took 13 wickets in the tournament.

Sam Curran is certainly the future of England cricket. His ability to swing the ball away from the right-hander has garnered praise from the cricketing fraternities. He’ll be looking to have a great IPL this season, as a good performance will surely cement his place regularly in the England T20 setup.

(As of March 2021)