Full Name Marcus Peter Stoinis
Born August 16, 1989
Perth
Age 29 Years, 11 Months, 6 Days
National Side Australia
Batting Style Right Handed
Bowling Right-arm medium
Batting Rank ODI - 43, World Cup - 43, T20I - NA, IPL - NA
Bowling Rank ODI - 83, World Cup - 83, T20I - 86, IPL - NA
Teams Played Australia, Australia A, Kent, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Kings XI Punjab, Delhi Capitals, Western Australia, Victoria, Australia Under-19, Australian XI, Melbourne Stars, Perth Scorchers, Australians
Man of the Match ODI - 1, World Cup - 0, T20I - 0, IPL - 2,
Career Span [ODI, 2015 - 2019], [World Cup, 2019], [T20I, 2015 - 2019], [IPL, 2016 - 2019],

Handy with the bat, handy with the ball - Marcus Stoinis made his first appearance at the age of 19 for his home state Western Australia. He, then, moved to Victoria due to very limited opportunities and didn't waste much time in showing his calibre. In 2013-14, Marcus scored an impressive 170 against Tasmania in a Sheffield Shield match and from thereon his career graph went up.

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Marcus Stoinis Overall Stats

Batting & Fielding Performance

  M I N/O R HS 100s 50s 4s 6s Avg S/R Ct St
ODI 41 38 7 1050 146* v NZ 1 6 89 36 33.87 91.86 12 0
World Cup 8 7 1 87 22 v SA 0 0 14 0 14.50 76.99 3 0
T20I 19 14 5 136 33* v IND 0 0 14 2 15.11 116.23 7 0
IPL 29 25 10 473 52 v DC 0 1 34 18 31.53 129.94 7 0

Bowling Performance

  I O M R W Best 3w 5w Avg E/R S/R
ODI 39 235.4 2 1446 33 3/16 v SA 3 0 43.81 6.13 42.84
World Cup 8 40 1 244 7 2/37 v AFG 0 0 34.85 6.10 34.28
T20I 15 38.2 0 319 9 2/27 v IND 0 0 35.44 8.32 25.55
IPL 24 61.1 0 569 15 4/15 v MI 1 0 37.93 9.30 24.46

Marcus Stoinis Profile

Handy with the bat, handy with the ball - Marcus Stoinis made his first appearance at the age of 19 for his home state Western Australia. He, then, moved to Victoria due to very limited opportunities and didn't waste much time in showing his calibre. In 2013-14, Marcus scored an impressive 170 against Tasmania in a Sheffield Shield match and from thereon his career graph went up.


A successful 2014-15 season with Victoria where he ended as the leading run-getter for them saw him getting selected in the national squad for the limited-overs series against England in 2015. Some indifferent form meant that Stoinis failed to secure his place. Although he kept trying and then a knock of substance finally came in 2017. He made a breathtaking 146* off 117 balls and nearly snatched an impossible win against New Zealand. Post that innings, Stoinis became a regular in the main team and provided a good balance to the Australian side.


Marcus Stoinis was a part of Perth Scorchers in his first season of BBL and then moved to Melbourne Stars in the following season. In the Indian T20 League, he started his career with the Delhi franchise in 2015 and then represented Punjab for three editions. In 2019, Marcus was swapped with Mandeep Singh and became the member of Bangalore.


Given his utility with both the bat and the ball, Stoinis continued to impress everyone with his skills. The ability to hit long shots and bowl at the death made him one the most desired players for Australia and the all-rounder was a key member of the 2019 World Cup.  

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