Personal Information

Full Name Arshdeep Singh
Born February 5, 1999 Guna, Madhya Pradesh
Age 25 Years, 3 Months, 16 Days
National Side India
Batting Style Left Handed
Bowling Left-arm medium fast
Sport Cricket

Ranking

Test ODI T20
Batting - 429 719
Bowling - 106 19

Man of the Match

Test ODI T20 World Cup CL
- 1 1 - -

Career Information

Teams Played India, India A, India Emerging, Kent, Punjab Kings, India Under-19, Punjab, India Under-23, DY Patil Group A
Career Span

Arshdeep Singh Overall Stats

Batting & Fielding Performance

M I N/O R HS 100s 50s 4s 6s AVG S/R CT ST Ducks R/O
ODI
6 3 1 34 18 v SA 0 0 1 3 17.00 121.42 - - 0 0
T20I
44 12 8 34 12 v WI 0 0 3 1 8.50 125.92 12 0 4 2
IPL
65 12 7 29 10* v GT 0 0 4 0 5.80 72.50 12 0 5 3

Bowling Performance

I O M R W Best 3s 5s AVG E/R S/R Mtc
ODI
5 40.1 2 184 10 5/37 v SA 1 1 18.40 4.58 24.10 5
T20I
44 149.5 2 1294 62 4/37 v NZ 7 0 20.87 8.63 14.50 44
IPL
65 227.2 1 2052 76 5/32 v RR 7 1 27.00 9.02 17.94 65

Arshdeep Singh Profile


India has always been in the hunt for a quality left-arm seam bowler with their past successes heavily dependent on some fast-bowling southpaws that wore the Indian colors. With India’s fast bowling stock rising, Arshdeep Singh has emerged as one of the most exciting prospects with the ability to swing the ball early in the inning as well as bowl precise yorkers towards the tail-end of the game. Born on 5th February 1999 in Guna in Madhya Pradesh, Arhadeep moved to Chandigarh with his family and began playing at Jaswant Rai’s cricket academy in 2015.


He soon found himself picked in the U19 squad for the 2018 U19 Cricket World Cup where he played just two games in his team’s title run but showed enough ability to pique the interest of the domestic selectors. He was picked for the Punjab U23 team a few months after the World Cup and he justified the faith shown in him by picking 8 wickets against Rajasthan in the CK Nayudu Trophy which included a hat-trick. This prompted his selection into the senior side and towards the end of the year, he made his List A debut against Himachal Pradesh in the Vijay Hazare Trophy claiming 2 wickets in his first outing.

He was scouted by the Mumbai and Punjab franchise and eventually the latter picked him up in the auction to play in the 2019 Indian T20 League. He made his T20 debut against the Rajasthan franchise and though he was slightly expensive, took two crucial scalps in his team's win. He ended the season as his side's second-highest wicket-taker and there was a sudden buzz around him. Towards the end of 2019, he made his first-class debut against Vidarbha in the Ranji Trophy and once again exhibited his ability to swing the ball both ways as he took three wickets.

He was at his element in the shortest format as he continued to impress everyone with his accurate yorkers and slower deliveries to become a death-over specialist. After an impressive showing in the 2021 Indian T20 League where he picked up 18 wickets in 12 games for the Punjab side, Arshdeep found himself on the fringes of the national squad and it was a year later in 2022 that he got his opportunity to make his T20I debut against England. He showed no nerves as he started his international career with a maiden and ended up with two wickets at an economy rate of 5.14. He continued his good form in the following series against West Indies as he claimed 7 wickets in 5 games and was adjudged the Player of the Series.

His impressive showing in the previous edition prompted Punjab to re-sign him in the mega-auction for the 2022 season for INR 4 crore. His rapid rise saw him included in the T20 squad for the Asia Cup as well as the 2022 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. He was the leading wicket-taker for India in the mega event claiming 10 wickets in six games and later that month made his ODI debut against New Zealand but went wicketless in that game. He was retained by Punjab for the 2023 Indian T20 League season and did not disappoint as he picked up 17 wickets in 14 games and has formed a formidable duo with Kagiso Rabada. Arshdeep is one of the first names in the team list for India in T20Is, but he is also working hard to be as consistent in the longer formats as well. He won the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2023 with Punjab and looks in great shape ahead of the 2024 Indian T20 League season and the T20 World Cup. He has a long career ahead of him provided he manages to remain fit. He has shown maturity and calmness beyond his age and it bodes well for Indian cricket.