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Adil Rashid

Team flagENG36 yrs
batting styleright-arm leg-break Bowler
#32 Bowler in ODI
#27 All Rounder in ODI
#1 Bowler in T20I
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Adil Rashid Recent Form

Batting

ENG vs IND, T20I2 (2)
SW vs DV, 0 (1)
SW vs ADKR, 10 (15)
PC vs MICT, 21 (14) *
PC vs DSG, 19 (7) *
PC vs SEC, 0 (2)
PC vs SEC, 4 (4)
PC vs JSK, 15 (8)
PC vs DSG, 1 (1) *
ENG vs WI, T20I1 (1)
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Bowling

ENG vs IND, T20I1-25
ENG vs USA, T20I2-13
ENG vs SA, T20I1-20
ENG vs WI, T20I1-21
ENG vs NAM, T20I0-29
ENG vs OMN, T20I4-11
ENG vs AUS, T20I1-41
ENG vs SCO, T20I0-26
ENG vs PAK, T20I2-27
ENG vs PAK, T20I1-25
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Adil Rashid Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI13568826016998.4518.368012----
T20I11434103002285.125.7270----
Test1933540026142.5219.29624----
IPL32220018137.5011.0021----
ABU DHABI198640018145.4532.0025----
100B23738001395.006.3341----
T20-Blast4000000.000.0000----
WC ODI20141370025106.2013.70113----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI1351291995.6432.055/277234.12----
T20I1141101207.3324.474/24020.02----
Test1934603.7639.837/1780263.60----
IPL3329.1045.502/230030.00----
ABU DHABI19181710.2919.063/151011.12----
100B2323316.3118.004/182014.26----
T20-Blast4459.4326.402/220016.80----
WC ODI2020265.4736.123-424039.62----

Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
Ireland vs England at Belfast- August 27, 2009
T20I Debut
England vs Netherlands at Lord's- June 05, 2009
Test Debut
Pakistan vs England at Abu Dhabi- October 13 - 17, 2015
IPL Debut Punjab Kings v Rajasthan Royals Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, 21-9-2021
ABU DHABI Debut
Delhi Bulls v Bangla Tigers Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, 20-11-2021
100B Debut
Northern Superchargers v Welsh Fire Headingley, 24-7-2021
T20-Blast Debut
Yorkshire v Durham Headingley, Leeds, 3-6-2022

Teams played for

England England Lions Yorkshire South Australia Adelaide Strikers Mumbai Cricket Association XI Cape Town Knight Riders Dhaka Dynamites World XI Delhi Bulls

About Adil Rashid

NameAdil Rashid
GenderMale
Birth17 Feb 1988
Birth PlaceBradford, West Yorkshire
Height5 ft 8 in (173cm)
NationalityEnglish

A wicket-taking leg-break bowler, Adil Rashid has established himself as an integral part of the current English limited-overs set-up and came in handy during England’s triumphant World Cup campaign in 2019. Rashid’s career hasn’t really taken off especially given the fact that he made his ODI and T20I debut for England way back in 2009. He made a return to international cricket only after a gap of six years. ... continue reading

Player Bio

A wicket-taking leg-break bowler, Adil Rashid has established himself as an integral part of the current English limited-overs set-up and came in handy during England’s triumphant World Cup campaign in 2019. Rashid’s career hasn’t really taken off especially given the fact that he made his ODI and T20I debut for England way back in 2009. He made a return to international cricket only after a gap of six years. 

Rashid was brought into the Test set-up on the back of some exceptional performances in the County Championship. He played a pivotal role in Yorkshire winning the championship. He had a pretty forgettable Test debut against Pakistan and despite taking a fifer in one of the matches, Rashid conceded runs at an alarming rate. His inability to build pressure in Test cricket didn’t really help but he held onto his spot for the long 7 match tour in the subcontinent (two Tests in Bangladesh and five in India). 

Rashid performed well and bagged 30 wickets against some top-class batters against spin. However, he always leaked runs and had not once bowled a spell at under 3 runs an over. After England’s dismal performance on the subcontinent tour, Rashid was shown the exit door. Rashid has never really managed to cement his place on the Test side. However, he was brought back in a controversial manner during India’s tour of England. Rashid had decided not to play first-class cricket so the decision was bound to raise a few eyebrows. It was on the back of his performances in the limited-overs format that Rashid was brought into the Test foray. 

While Rashid hasn’t really realized his potential in the red-ball format, he continues to be an integral part of the limited-overs set-up and has always done the job for Eoin Morgan whenever he has handed him the ball in the middle overs. He has the tendency of leaking runs but his ability to bag crucial wickets at important junctures of the match makes him a valuable asset to England’s ODI and T20 set-up. He loves bowling in the middle overs when the fields are spread out.

Rashid played a crucial part in the redemption of England post the 2015 World Cup debacle and was instrumental in England occupying the numero uno status in the 50 overs format. In the lead up to the World Cup, Rashid bowled with guile and confidence and had an impressive time in the World Cup. Despite not picking enough wickets, he controlled the game in the middle overs which helped England in the long run.

Post the COVID-19 break, Rashid had a good time with the ball in the limited-overs series against Australia. He bagged 6 wickets in the 3 matches T20I series while chipping in with 4He bagged 6 wickets in the 3 matches T20I series while chipping in with 4 in 3 matches. Given his wicket-taking abilities, Rashid is expected to remain a vital cog in the England limited-overs set-up in the coming few years.