World Cup 2019: England vs South Africa: Jos Buttler, England Player To Watch
Jos Buttler has grown into one of the most pugnacious wicketkeeper-batsmen in limited-overs cricket.
Jos Buttler made his ODI debut against Pakistan on February 21, 2012
Jos Buttler has played 131 ODIs for England
Jos Buttler has scored 3531 runs in 108 innings at a strike rate of 119.6
From a duck on debut against Pakistan at Dubai in February, 2012, Joseph Charles Buttler has come a long way. Jos Buttler, as he is popularly known, is a great asset for England, with his ability to put any attack to sword in the middle overs One-day International (ODI) innings. Added to that are his wicket-keeping skills which have added another dimension for England as it allows them to use Jonny Bairstow as a batsman alone. This whole package makes Jos Buttler quite the utility man for England and he could be a key player in their World Cup 2019 campaign.
Buttler made his debut against Pakistan on February 21, 2012, at Dubai but his batting stint ended rather ingloriously with a two-ball duck.
However, he has grown as an attacking middle-order batsman who boasts a strike rate of over 100, making him quite a formidable foe.
Buttler has so far played 131 ODIs with 108 innings. He has scored 3531 runs at a strike rate of 119.57 and an average of 41.54.
Buttler boasts a top score of 150 from among eight centuries. He also has 18 half-centuries to his name.
Apart from that, Buttler has 188 victims behind the stumps (159 catches, 29 stumpings).