Steven Finn

Steven Finn
Full Name: Steven Thomas Finn
Birth date: April 4, 1989
Age: 33 years
Hometown: Watford
City: Hertfordshire
Birth Country: United Kingdom
Batting Style: Right Hand Bat
Bowling Style: Right Arm Medium Fast Bowler
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Steven Finn is a key member of England’s bowling department who represents English team. A right arm pace bowler born in 1989. He has given his most wanted contribution in Test and ODI format for his side and has helped his team in winning some games. He also plays domestic cricket for Middlesex County Cricket Club. He has also reached to 145 km/h in some occasions. Finn made his Test debut in 2010 against Bangladesh. In his presence England won both the games and series as well. His first dismissal was of the Shahadat Hossain in his first match and also performed well in other 3 innings. He has played 22 Test matches so far and has taken nearly 90 wickets with an average of 29. His first five wicket haul came against Bangladesh in his native nation itself and played outstandingly to lead his side to win the match. He took 9 wickets in all in the same match. Apart from it, he has scored 170 runs with an average of 12 including 1 fifty. His best figure is of 6 for 125 that he got against Australia. He has taken 5 wickets haul 4 times so far. When it comes to ODI format, he played his first ODI game in 2011 against Australia and managed to take just one wicket after conceding 61 runs. He has given his contribution to his side in 35 matches and has taken nearly 60 wickets with an average of 27. His best figure is of 4 for 34. In batting department, he has added 80 runs in his score card with an average of 13. Finn got chance to play for his side against India when England came India for 5 ODI match series. He played well and took 8 wickets but couldn’t save his side from being defeated in all the 5 games. He holds a record of being the youngest player to reach 50 Test wickets when he was selected in England’s squad against Sri Lanka. Finn was included in 2010-11 Ashes series and performed too well. Simon Katich was his first victim in the series and was his first dismissal in Ashes. In the same tournament, he made his best Test figures. In all, he took 14 wickets with an average of 33 and gave his crucial role in England’s victory by 3-1.

Recent matches

RunsWktsOppMatch DateScore
11 2/51 Manchester Originals2021-08-12 100
- 1/32 Manchester Originals2021-07-31 100
- 1/6 Birmingham Phoenix2021-07-25 100
- 2/22 Manchester Originals2021-07-22 100
0, 0 0/30, 0/18 Bangladesh2016-10-28 TEST
8, 16 3/110, 0/0 Pakistan2016-08-11 TEST
15 0/76, 2/38 Pakistan2016-08-03 TEST
5, 4 0/86, 0/42 Pakistan2016-07-14 TEST
7, 7 3/59 Sri Lanka2016-06-09 TEST
10 0/15, 1/78 Sri Lanka2016-05-27 TEST

Statistictics by year

Batting Statistics

TEST 364725222795611.1690130.9700136090
ODI 64281612131358.1921660.65000113130
IT20 21303148-1973.680001060
100 51011111-7157.140002020

Bowling Statistics

TEST 36661068.4190380012530.403.9551.3446206/799/187
ODI 6363557.43528399828.975.4934.1904205/335/33
IT20 21218005832721.597.2817.8150003/163/16
100 445517111618.502.0155.050002/222/22


Last Series Played

The Hundred 2022
The Hundred 2021 Schedule
The Ashes Series 2017-2018
England vs South Africa Test Series 2017
ICC Champions Trophy 2017
Team Squad
Sam Curran Luke Wood
Chris Woakes Moeen Ali
James Vince Chris Jordan
Sam Billings Adil Rashid
David Willey Phil Salt

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