Junaid Khan

Born December 24, 1989 Matra, North-West Frontier Province
Age 24 Years, 7 Months, 8 Days
National Side Pakistan
Batting Style Right Handed
Bowling Left-arm medium fast
Batting Rank Test - NA, ODI - NA
Bowling Rank Test - 17, ODI - 16
Test Debut September 1, 2011 v Zimbabwe
Last Test January 16, 2014 v Sri Lanka
ODI Debut April 23, 2011 v West Indies
Last ODI March 8, 2014 v Sri Lanka
T20I Debut April 21, 2011 v West Indies
Last T20I March 21, 2014 v India
Teams Played Pakistan, Abbottabad, Abbottabad Rhinos, Khan Research Laboratories, Lancashire, North West Frontier Province Panthers, North West Frontier Province, Pakistan A, Rest of Pakistan, Water and Power Development Authority, Pakistan, Abbottabad Falcons
Man of the Match Test - 1, ODI - 1, T20I - 0,
Career Span 2011 - 2014, 2011 - 2014, 2011 - 2014,

Junaid Khan is the first cricketer from Swabi, in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to represent Pakistan in international cricket. Among a huge pool of developing fast bowlers, Khan has been pipped as one of the best. Pakistani legend, Wasim Akram, too feels that he could be the leading bowler for the national side for many years to come. He also referred him to play for Lancashire where he played a number of games.

Junaid Khan made his first-class debut with Abbottabad in 2007. His impressive performances on the domestic circuit and the ability to balance his pace with swing led to his selection at the national level, when he was called up in the side to replace Sohail Tanvir in the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup but he did not get a single game. Khan finally got to play his first one-day international for Pakistan against West Indies in the Caribbean. A Test debut followed later that year against Zimbabwe.

Subsequently, he strung up some good performances against formidable batting line-ups. He made a name for himself, picking up his maiden five-fer against a strong Sri Lankan line-up in Abu Dhabi in 2011. He followed it up with two more against the same opponent in their backyard. His lethal bowling against India, once bilateral ties between the two nations in 2013 were resumed, proved to be a testimony to his talent as he helped Pakistan to a series victory in the ODIs. Soon, with the long absence of Umar Gul, Khan found himself as the spearhead of a young Pakistan bowling attack.

Player Tracker

Batting & Fielding

16
21
7
Runs »
98
17
v ZIM
0
0
Fours »
11
Sixes »
2
7.00
40.66
3
0

Bowling

30
Overs »
589.4
121
Runs »
1628
56
5/38
v SL
2.76
63.17

Last 5 Performances

Batting Bowling Opposition Match Date
16(11) & DNB 3/81 & 0/34 v Sri Lanka Jan 16, 2014
2(12) & 2*(4) 3/102 & 0/34 v Sri Lanka Jan 08, 2014
4*(4) & DNB 5/58 & 3/93 v Sri Lanka Dec 31, 2013
4(12) & 2*(15) 0/105 v South Africa Oct 23, 2013
3(4) & DNB 1/52 & 3/57 v South Africa Oct 14, 2013