Ian Bell

Ian Bell
Full Name: Ian Ronald Bell
Birth date: April 11 1982
Age: 42 years
Hometown: Walsgrave
City: Walsgrave
Birth Country: United Kingdom
Batting Style: Right Hand Bat
Bowling Style: Right Arm Medium Bowler
Team :
Big Bash League Perth Scorchers
England Domestic Warwickshire
PSL Islamabad United
Road Safety World Series England Legends

Ian Bell Last 10 Innings

RunsOppMatch DateScore
13 Australia Legends2022-09-27 DT20
12 India Legends2022-09-22 DT20
46 West Indies Legends2022-09-17 DT20
15 Sri Lanka Legends2022-09-13 DT20
54 Peshawar Zalmi2019-02-22 DT20
31 Sydney Sixers2017-01-28 DT20
26 Melbourne Stars2017-01-24 DT20
- Hobart Hurricanes2017-01-21 DT20
0 Melbourne Stars2017-01-14 DT20
14 Brisbane Heat2017-01-11 DT20

Statistictics by year

Batting Stats

TEST 11820518124 7727 235 42.691562249.46 1 21 46 919 39 1000
ODI 15915714413 5416 141 37.61701977.16 0 4 35 525 32 540
IT20 8871 188 60 26.86163115.34 0 0 1 23 2 40

Bowling Stats

TEST 118618376 1 76.004.22108.050001/331/33
ODI 158724.41137 8 17.136.1018.350003/93/9
IT20 80000 0 ---00000/00/0


Ian Ronald Bell, well known by Ian Bell is a English player who plays for England born in 1982. The right handed middle order batsman is tagged by THE TIMES as an Exquisite Rapier. He not only gives his contribution for his team in bating but in bowling also when needed. He is the player who has scored tons against all the current Test playing countries. 31 years old player not only plays internationally but also enjoy county cricket for Warwickshire County Cricket Club. Bell got a chance to play First Class cricket for the first time in 1999 but unfortunately scored no run and went for duck. But in 2001 when Bell was included in Warwickshire squad again, he scored 840 runs with the help of his two superlative tons and two knocks of 98 in 16 innings. When he was just of 19, he became the ever youngest player of the country who scored century when he played a knock of 130 against Oxford UCCE. When it comes to his international career, he made his debut in Test matches against West Indies in 2004, played the game at number 5 and hit an innings of 70. He has played a total of nearly 80 Test matches and has made about 5600 runs with his bat with an average of 47. He made his first double century of 235 against India in 2011 when England inflicted a 4-0 whitewash and made this figure as his best score in Test format. Bell has also given his approbatory contribution to English team through 17 tons and 34 fifties in Test format.In Ashes 2006/07, Bell played well and scored a total of 330 runs with an average of 33 which also included four half centuries. In the series he failed to convert good start into big knocks and unfortunately the team had to suffer a 5-0 whitewash that year. Bell’s poor performance continued in the same title in 2009 also and didn’t do well. As far as his international ODI career is considered, he has played a total of 120 matches so far and has added about 3800 runs in his ODI score card batted with an average of 36 including only 3 tons and 23 fifties. Bell not only made his highest score against India but in ODI format also against the same team when he played a superfine knock of 126*. In ICC World Cup 2011, Bell played a knock of 69 against Indian team but could not save the match from being tied. When it comes to bowling domain, he hasn’t got much success so far. He has taken only a single wicket in Test format and 6 in ODI format with an average of 76 and 15.

Last Series Played

Road Safety World Series 2022
PSL 2019
Big Bash League 2016-2017 - BBL 6 - KFC BBL T20
Pakistan vs England Test Series 2015
Ashes Test Series 2015 Schedule
Team Squad
Mark Wood Zak Crawley
Chris Woakes Shoaib Bashir
Ben Stokes Harry Brook
Jamie Smith Gus Atkinson
Ollie Pope Joe Root

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