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Personal Information

Full NameTimothy Thomas Bresnan
BornFebruary 28, 1985 Pontefract, Yorkshire
Age36 Years, 9 Months, 1 Days
National SideEngland
Batting StyleRight Handed
BowlingRight-arm fast medium
SportCricket

Ranking

TestODIT20
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Man of the Match

TestODIT20World CupCL
1020-

Career Information

Teams PlayedEngland, England A, England XI, MCC, Yorkshire, England Under-19, Hobart Hurricanes, Perth Scorchers, Sylhet Thunder, England Lions, North
Career Span

Timothy Thomas Bresnan Overall Stats

Batting & Fielding Performance

MIN/ORHS100s50s4s6sAVGS/RCTSTDucksR/O
Test
2326457591 v BAN0367126.1339.4380
ODI
85642087180 v AUS0188619.7990.25200
World Cup
7514120* v WI002110.2582.0010
T20I
3422921647* v WI0016616.61127.05100

Bowling Performance

IOMRWBest3s5sAVGE/RS/RMtc
Test
417791852357725/48 v IND6132.733.0264.91
ODI
84703.33538131095/48 v IND7134.985.4238.72
World Cup
763530995/48 v IND0134.334.9042.00
T20I
34110.31887243/10 v PAK1036.958.0227.62

Timothy Thomas Bresnan Profile

With two Denis Compton Awards to his name, young Tim Bresnan was lined as England's eventual replacement for Andrew Flintoff. First-class centuries in pressure-cooker situations coupled with consistent bowling figures, readied the right-handed all-rounder for his first taste of international action.

Bresnan first appeared against the visiting Sri Lankans in a T20I match in 2006. An ODI debut arrived two days later against the same opposition but neither of those defeats recorded a noteworthy performance from the Yorkshire lad.

Later exposure saw better displays. In the seven-match ODI series against Australia in 2009, he remained not out in five innings and reached his maiden half-century in the seventh. As a front line bowler, Bresnan often went for runs. Yet, he eventually became an integral part of England's bowling attack in their World Twenty20 success in 2010, playing in all seven matches. His strength in bowling lies more on hitting the deck hard than swing bowling. By the same year, Bresnan was already an England regular in the shorter versions. In the years 2012 and 2013, Tim Bresnan was continuously pestered by injuries but continues to be an irregular squad member for England in ODIs and T20Is.

Bresnan was a part of the Ashes winning squad in England in 2013, playing three Tests. He also featured in two Tests during the return Ashes in Australia the same year where the Poms lost miserably via a 5-0 margin.