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Personal Information

Full Name Jason Omar Holder
Born November 5, 1991 Barbados
Age 29 Years, 8 Months, 19 Days
National Side West Indies
Batting Style Right Handed
Bowling Right-arm medium fast
Sport Cricket

Ranking

Test ODI T20
Batting 49 82 -
Bowling 10 56 69

Man of the Match

Test ODI T20 World Cup CL
4 4 0 1 0

Career Information

Teams Played West Indies, Barbados Pride, Northamptonshire, Sagicor High Performance Centre, West Indies A, Combined Campuses and Colleges, Kolkata Knight Riders, Chennai Super Kings, Otago Volts, West Indies Under-19, Sydney Sixers, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Barbados Tridents, Cumilla Warriors, West Indians
Career Span

Jason Omar Holder Overall Stats

Batting & Fielding Performance

M I N/O R HS 100s 50s 4s 6s AVG S/R CT ST Ducks R/O
Test
49 87 15 2287 202* v ENG 3 10 273 36 31.76 58.44 50 0 4 3
ODI
119 95 21 1837 99* v PNG 0 9 131 59 24.82 94.25 53 0 11 8
World Cup
16 11 1 325 57 v IND 0 3 28 17 32.50 110.54 9 0 2 0
T20I
23 16 4 199 29* v SL 0 0 12 10 16.58 119.16 11 0 2 1
CL
9 6 1 28 12 v PBKS 0 0 2 1 5.60 84.84 7 0 3 0
CPL
61 51 12 687 69 v JT 0 2 48 41 17.61 136.85 31 0 6 7
IPL
19 10 2 108 26* v RCB 0 0 9 5 13.50 121.34 5 0 1 2

Bowling Performance

I O M R W Best 3s 5s AVG E/R S/R Mtc
Test
84 1383.3 370 3518 129 6/42 v ENG 7 8 27.27 2.54 64.34 48
ODI
115 924.1 49 5155 139 5/27 v IND 7 2 37.08 5.57 39.89 115
World Cup
15 119.1 10 694 17 4/27 v UAE 2 0 40.82 5.82 42.05 15
T20I
23 83.1 0 679 18 2/23 v AFG 0 0 37.72 8.16 27.72 23
CL
9 24.4 0 234 4 2/35 v RR 0 0 58.50 9.48 37.00 9
CPL
60 205.4 8 1494 49 4/27 v TKR 1 0 30.48 7.26 25.18 60
IPL
19 68 0 569 22 3/25 v RCB 3 0 25.86 8.36 18.54 19

Jason Omar Holder Profile

It is always difficult to ignore a man who is 6'7" tall and when you're talented as well then it just becomes impossible to ignore. That is what Jason Holer is. A tall and lanky all-rounder talented with both the bat and ball.


Born in Barbados, Holder was impressive in youth level cricket. He was named in the 2010 Under-19 World Cup and big Jason did not disappoint. He finished the tournament as the leading wicket-taker for West Indies with 12 wickets and helped the young Caribbean side finish third in the tournament.


His performance in the domestic level did not go unnoticed and he was selected as a replacement for Tino Best in 2012. Though Holder had to wait a year to make his debut against Australia in ODIs. Almost after a year, T20I and Test debut also followed. He did not make much of an impact in the series with the ball but scored some vital runs down the order. Although that was not enough as he sat out of the subsequent series against Bangladesh.


Just around a year in international cricket and that too in a period of uncertainty in West Indies cricket, Holder was given the toughest job. With a lot of senior players in a standoff against the West Indies board, Holder was tasked with the mammoth job of leading the side in ODIs and Tests.


There was a lot of criticism, in the beginning, the way Holder led the side and his decision making came in question but the selectors backed him and Holder led the side in the 2015 World Cup. After a disappointing loss against Ireland, West Indies did manage to reach the quarter-final but lost out to eventual finalists and co-hosts, New Zealand.


Holder continued to impress as a player and skipper more in the longest format of the game than in white-ball cricket. He has led the Test side from the front and his all-round display in the home series against England, Holder's overall display blew England away and he reached the top of the charts as he was ranked number 1 in ICC's Test rankings for all-rounders.


Holder led West Indies in the 2019 World Cup. Although they started their campaign with a stunning victory over Pakistan, their tournament lost gas and they could muster only one more win which came in their final game of the campaign against Afghanistan. After failing to lead West Indies from the front, Holder was axed as the ODI skipper later on in the year. He, however, continues to be a vital part of the Test and ODI teams.