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Rovman Powell

Team flagWI30 yrs
batting styleright handed Batter
#27 Batter in T20I
#59 All Rounder in T20I
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Rovman Powell Recent Form

Batting

RR vs KKR, IPL26 (13)
RR vs PBKS, IPL11 (5)
PSZ vs ISU, PSL2 (7)
PSZ vs MS, PSL12 (11)
PSZ vs KRK, PSL30 (18)
PSZ vs QTG, PSL28 (25) *
PSZ vs MS, PSL23 (15) *
PSZ vs ISU, PSL0 (3)
PSZ vs ISU, PSL8 (8)
PSZ vs LHQ, PSL46 (20)
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Bowling

WI vs AUS, T20I0-18
WI vs AUS, T20I0-6
DB vs MSA, ABU DHABI0-12
JAM vs CCC, LIST A1-65
JAM vs WIA, LIST A1-13
JAM vs BAR, LIST A1-54
WI vs IND, T20I0-13
WI vs IND, T20I0-10
DC vs RR, IPL1-18
WI vs SA, T20I1-27
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Rovman Powell Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI51489791210184.9121.766342----
T20I7161131216107144.8126.247787----
IPL19172940167151.5519.601425----
CPL817815300684129.5525.0889102----
ABU DHABI33328490576214.3938.594676----
PSL27265040164154.1325.204326----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI511535.8991.671/70093.33----
T20I711359.8941.202/310025.00----
IPL192111.6735.001/180018.00----
CPL81321710.5344.592/210025.41----
ABU DHABI331018.000.000/12000.00----
PSL272115.0045.001/370018.00----

Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
Sri Lanka v West Indies at Harare, Nov 16, 2016
T20I Debut
West Indies v Pakistan at Bridgetown, Mar 26, 2017
IPL Debut
Delhi Capitals v Mumbai Indians Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai, 27-3-2022

Teams played for

Jamaica Tallawahs West Indies West Indies A Comilla Victorians Kolkata Knight Riders West Indies Cricket Board President XI UWI Vice Chancellors XI Dhaka Dynamites Northern Warriors

About Rovman Powell

NameRovman Powell
GenderMale
Birth23 Jul 1993
Birth PlaceJamaica
Height5 ft 9 in
NationalityWest Indian

A middle order batsman, and an occasional medium pace bowler, Rovman Powell has been around the West Indian ODI setup since 2016, but has failed to cement his place in the side on a regular basis.... continue reading

Player Bio

A middle order batsman, and an occasional medium pace bowler, Rovman Powell has been around the West Indian ODI setup since 2016, but has failed to cement his place in the side on a regular basis.

He rose to prominence in 2015 when he made his List-A debut. In his very first match, Powell showcased his all-round abilities, picking up 3 wickets and scoring 31 crucial runs. For his efforts, he was awarded the player of the match in his very first competitive game. 

Riding on a successful domestic campaign, Powell made his international debut in an ODI match against Sri Lanka. He scored a quickfire 44 of 29 balls and showcased his hitting ability in his very first international outing.

He played a key role in Jamaica’s victory in the semifinals of the Super50 Cup in 2016. Playing against Trinidad and Tobago, Powell slammed 95 runs off a mere 45 deliveries, and picked up 5 for 36 to decimate the opposition. Even though Jamaica lost in the finals, Powell’s all-round performance made him a star in the Caribbean.

The following year, Powell was selected in the T20I squad to face Pakistan. He was in the squad due to his ability to change the gear at will. His T20I debut was disappointing as West Indies lost the match with 6 wickets.

For his big hitting abilities, Powell was roped in by the Kolkata Knight Rider for INR 30 lakhs in the 2017 season, but he did not get a game under his belt.

An exciting player who has done really well in the domestic circuit, Powell is generally known for his power hitting. His ability to bowl at a decent pace to go alongside his batting has made Powell a valuable asset in the shorter formats of the game. 

(As of March 21)