Abu Javed Profile, Career Info, Records & Stats

Abu Jayed is a right-arm medium-fast bowler with right-handed batting style. He represented his national side Bangladesh Cricket Team in Test and T20I, he has been named in Bangladesh squad for the World Cup 2019. Abu Jayed is a pace skilled bowler who has recently made his debut for Bangladesh after his outstanding first-class cricket season. He came under the Bangladesh Cricket Board selection committee for his superb bowling season.

He made his Test debut against West Indies on July 4, 2018, as replacement of Mustafizur Rahman who has been struggling with his injuries at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. Abu Javed made his T20I debut against Afghanistan at Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India during a Test & ODI series between Afghanistan and Bangladesh, which Afghanistan won by a 1 runs.

He is a leading wicket-taker with 29 which he took while playing for his first-class cricket side Sylhet Division during the National Cricket League tournament 2016-17. Javed becoming leading wicket-taker with 18 dismissals in 13 matches for Chittagong Vikings as a debutant in the 2018–19 Bangladesh Premier League. In April 2019, he was named in Bangladesh’s squad for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

Abu Javed Career Stats

Match FormatTestODIT20First Class
Matches 5376
Runs Scored113456
Batting Averages1.571.507.86
Strike Rate17.7442.8540.75
Balls Bowled776666612
Bowling Averages39.3626.5029.12
5-Wickets Haul12
Best Bowling4/592/279/43
ICC Batting Rankings
ICC Bowling Rankings

Abu Javed Profile

Full NameAbu Jayed Chowdhury Rahi
Date of Birth2 August 1993 Sylhet, Bangladesh
Current Age25
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Playing Rollbowler
Batting StyleRight-hand bat
Bowling StyleRight-arm medium-fast
Test DebutJul 4-6, 2018 v West Indies
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T20 Debut18 February 2018 v Sri Lanka
Last Test8 March 2019 New Zealand
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Last T20June 7, 2018, Afghanistan
Twitter @abujayedr
Instagram @abu_jayed_rahi
Major Teams                                          Bangladesh, Bangladesh A, Bangladesh Under-17s, Bangladesh Under-19s, Bangladesh Under-23s, Brothers Union, Dhaka Dynamites, Rangpur Riders, Sylhet Division
Updated: 14/12/2019 — 4:01 am