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Name : Ish Sodhi

Birth Info : 01 Jan ,1970 , at Ludhiana

Status : Bowler Batting : Batting: Right Handed Bowling : Bowling: Leg break

Player Profile

Ish Sodhi, originally from Ludhiana, Punjab moved to New Zealand at the age of four and has gone on to become one of the most promising young talents of leg-spin from the country. He had been working with another former Kiwi spinner, Dipak Patel from a young age. Sodhi has developed the leg-break and occasionally bowls the googly. In spite of failing to make an impression in his List A debut in Vizag against India A, he was included in the tour of Bangladesh in the 15-man squad in 2013 and went on to make his debut in the first Test in Chittagong.

Player Batting Detail

Field

Test

ODI

IPL

T20

Matches

14

-

-

15

Innings

19

5

-

2

NotOuts

3

0

-

2

Runs

365

6

-

11

Highest

63

5

-

11

Avarage

22.81

1.20

-

-

Strike Rate

61.76

33.33

-

122.22

Hundreds

0

0

-

0

Fifties

2

0

-

0

Fours

40

0

-

2

Player Bowling Detail

Field

Test

ODI

IPL

T20

Matches

14

18

-

15

Innings

-

17

-

15

Balls

2826

868

-

328

Runs

1774

773

-

11

TenWickets

0

0

-

0

FiveWickets

46.68

40.68

-

14.50

FourWickets

2

0

-

0

Average

46.68

40.68

-

14.50

EconomyRate

3.76

5.34

-

6.89

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