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Personal Information

Full NameLiam Edward Plunkett
BornApril 6, 1985 Middlesbrough, Yorkshire
Age36 Years, 3 Months, 24 Days
National SideEngland
Batting StyleRight Handed
BowlingRight-arm fast medium
SportCricket

Ranking

TestODIT20
Batting---
Bowling-2730

Man of the Match

TestODIT20World CupCL
0010-

Career Information

Teams PlayedEngland, Dolphins, Durham Cricket Board, Durham, England A, England XI, Surrey, Yorkshire, Delhi Capitals, England Under-19, Melbourne Stars, Chattogram Challengers, Sylhet Thunder, England Lions, Marylebone Cricket Club, Karachi Kings, Bangla Tigers, Kerala Knights, Punjabi Legends, Welsh Fire
Career Span

Liam Edward Plunkett Overall Stats

Batting & Fielding Performance

MIN/ORHS100s50s4s6sAVGS/RCTSTDucksR/O
Test
1320523855* v IND0131015.8646.7530
ODI
89501964656 v PAK01531820.83102.70260
World Cup
10759329* v NZ008246.50119.2320
T20I
221144218 v WI00316.00123.5270
IPL
72111* v RR00001.0033.3320

Bowling Performance

IOMRWBest3s5sAVGE/RS/RMtc
Test
25443.1711536415/64 v SL4137.463.4664.85
ODI
87689.31440101355/52 v WI17129.705.8130.64
World Cup
10790432153/42 v NZ2028.805.4631.60
T20I
2279.21627253/21 v PAK3025.087.9019.04
IPL
725022543/17 v KXIP1056.259.0037.50

Liam Edward Plunkett Profile

With all the elements of an all-rounder, Liam Plunkett debuted in first-class cricket for Durham in 2003, and in a couple of years took instant charge of the bowling attack. Injured team-mates Steve Harmison and Mark Davies had left behind big shoes to fill to which Plunkett quickly responded, by claiming 50 wickets in the 2005 season for the first time.

Nicknamed "Pudsy", he was selected for England’s tour to Pakistan in 2005-06 and made his Test and ODI debut in the same tour. In only his second ODI, he showed his batting skills with a decent half century. An injury to Simon Jones granted him his first Test appearance, where he struggled. The Pakistan tour was followed by a tour to India where Plunkett played his second Test and was rather unsuccessful. Later, he was also chosen for the Test series against Sri Lanka where he enjoyed moderate success. A part of England’s Ashes squad in 2006-07, he failed to attract attention in Tests, but rose to prominence in the ODIs with 12 wickets in the series. His impressive performance gave him a place in the 2007 World Cup squad, where he played a few games.