Dawid Malan

England

Personal Information
Born
Sep 03, 1987 (33 years)
Birth Place
Roehampton, England
Height
6 ft 0 in
Role
Batsman
Batting Style
Left Handed Bat
Bowling Style
Right-arm legbreak
ICC Rankings
                     Test     ODI    T20
Batting           —           —     1
Bowling         —           —    —
Career Information
Teams
England, Middlesex, Dhaka Dynamites, England Lions, Peshawar Zalmi, Barisal Bulls, South, Nelson Mandela Bay Stars, Khulna Titans, Cape Town Blitz, Sindhis, Qalandars, Cumilla Warriors, Islamabad United, Yorkshire, Jaffna Stallions, Hobart Hurricanes, Team Buttler, Pune Devils
Dawid Malan is a late bloomer in the international circuit. The Roehampton-born left-handed batsman has been a consistent performer for Middlesex for more than a decade and the national hono…
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Batting Career Summary
MInnNORunsHSAvgBFSR100200504s6s
Test1526072414027.85176241.09106971
ODI110242424.03080.000030
T20I1919385510353.44572149.481099330
Bowling Career Summary
MInnBRunsWktsBBIBBMEconAvgSR5W10W
Test1551567000/70/72.690.00.000
ODI1
T20I191122711/271/2713.527.012.000
Career Information
Test debut
vs South Africa at Kennington Oval, Jul 27, 2017
Last Test
vs India at Edgbaston, Aug 01, 2018
ODI debut
vs Ireland at The Village, May 03, 2019
Last ODI
vs Ireland at The Village, May 03, 2019
T20 debut
vs South Africa at Sophia Gardens, Jun 25, 2017
Last T20
vs South Africa at Newlands, Dec 01, 2020
Profile
Dawid Malan is a late bloomer in the international circuit. The Roehampton-born left-handed batsman has been a consistent performer for Middlesex for more than a decade and the national honours was a just reward for sheer consistency.

A pivotal part of the Lord’s based Middlesex county, Malan’s sheer volume of runs spoke for himself, although a middling first-class average of 37.80 kept him distantly low in the queue for a national call-up. He had announced his arrival with a stylish 51-ball 103, which was termed by his then Middlesex captain, Ed Joyce, as one of the finest ever T20 innings played from a 20-year old.

However, Malan could never achieve the heights in first-class cricket and it wasn’t until 2014 that he finished a season with an average greater than 40. 2016 turned out to be a turning point in his career though as he plundered an unbeaten 126-ball 185 against Sri Lanka A in Northampton – a record score for the Lions.

Malan received a call-up to the national T20 team for the three-match series against South Africa in 2017 and promptly responded with a swashbuckling 44-ball 78 on debut, for which he was named Man of the Match.. England’s floundering batting meant a spot in the middle-order opened up and Malan was called mid-way through the South Africa Tests. Up against a quality visiting attack, Malan made just 35 runs from four innings – at a poor average of 9.75. He however followed it up with a much better series against West Indies, scoring 154 runs, including two half-centuries.

With a Test average of 23.6, Malan was selected for the Ashes series in 2017-18. In a tour, where the England team was drubbed 4-0 by Australia, Malan’s performance with the bat was a bright spot for the visitors. He registered his maiden Test ton at the WACA in Perth and crossed fifty on three other instances.The left-handed batsman played to his limitations and adapted to the different situations. He racked up 383 runs in nine innings averaging above 40 and ended up as the leading run-getter, and by far the best batter for his side in the series.