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Jonny Bairstow Biography
Jonny Bairstow (image: ECB)

Jonny Bairstow Biography: Jonny Bairstow is a fine wicket-keeper batsman who plays for England and can bat anywhere in the batting order, but can be more aggressive at the top spot.

He is one of the players who like to keep working on his skills, but because of his excellent outfielding skills, he usually finds himself manning the boundary ropes. Apart from his cricketing skills, he is also a good footballer and a rugby player.

He has even played for the Leeds United Youth team. His father was a cricket player who played for England and his brother is also a cricket player who played in List A matches. Grown in such a cricket-based environment, Jonny developed a passion for the sport from an early age.

Jonny Bairstow Biography

Jonny Bairstow Biography: The promising wicketkeeper batter born in Bradford has been playing for England since his ODI debut in 2011. Check out his bio, family, age, height, and more.

Full Name
Jonathan Marc Bairstow
Age 33 years
Date of Birth September 26, 1989
Hometown
Bradford, Yorkshire, England
Height
5 ft 11 In (175 cm)
Family
Father– David Bairstow
Mother– Janet Bairstow
Sister– Rebecca Bairstow
Brother– Andrew Bairstow
Girl Friend– Unknown
Marital Status Single
Playing role
Wicketkeeper batter
Debut
Test– England vs West Indies, May 17-21, 2012
ODI– England vs India, September 16, 2011
T20I – England vs West Indies, September 23, 2011
FC – Yorkshire vs Somerset, June 11-14, 2009
List A – WORCS vs Yorkshire, July 15, 2009
T20 – Derbyshire vs Yorkshire, June 03, 2010
Net Worth
USD 19 million
Teams Played
England, England Lions, England Performance Programme, Kerala Kings, Melbourne Stars, Peshawar Zalmi, Punjab Kings, St Kitts &Nevis Invitation Xl, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Team Moeen, Team Stokes, Welsh Fire (Men), Yorkshire, Yorkshire 2nd Xl

Jonny Bairstow Family

Jonny Bairstow Biography: Jonny was born to David and Janer Bairstow in Bradford, West Yorkshire on September 26, 1989. His father David Bairstow was a former English cricket Player who has played four Tests, 21 ODIs, 459 matches, and 429 List A matches. He committed suicide on January 5, 1998, at the age of 46.

Janet Bairstow was elected as the first female vice-president of Yorkshire County Cricket Club on March 22, 2020. His half-brother Andrew Bairstow was also a wicket-keeper for Derbyshire at the First Class level. He completed his schooling at St Peter’s School, Yorkshire.  He had a coach for his cricketing career Geoff Boycott.

Domestic Career

Jonny Bairstow Biography: Jonny Bairstow made his First-class debut during the match between Yorkshire and Somerset in County Championship Division One 2009 where Somerset won the match by four wickets.

  • Jonny Bairstow scored 28 runs in the first innings during his debut and was impressive during the 2nd innings as he scored 82* runs. But Somerset won the match by four wickets. Until then he featured 210 matches and played 351 innings and amassed 13,535 runs with a highest score of 246.
  • Bairstow made his List A match debut during Pro40 Division One 2009 on July 15, where he played for Yorkshire. He featured 175 matches in List A and amassed 5790 runs with a high score of 174 runs.
  • Jonny Bairstow was sent out with a golden duck by Ali during his debut in the match against WORCS. Worcestershire won the match by 12 runs.
  • Jonny Bairstow made his T20 match debut during the match between Derbyshire and Yorkshire on June 03, 2010.
  • Jonny Bairstow scored 16 runs for Yorkshire. However, Derbyshire scored 222 runs losing 5 wickets while Yorkshire was all out for 157 runs. Derbyshire won the match by 65 runs. Until then he played 176 innings scoring 4573 runs.

IPL Career

Jonny Bairstow Biography: He made his IPL debut during the year 2019 for the Hyderabad Franchise. He was auctioned for INR 2.20 Crore in the season by Sunrisers Hyderabad.

  • Jonny Bairstow played 10 matches in the season and amassed 445 runs with a high score of 114 runs and a strike rate of 157.24.
  • He played for the same team in the IPL 2020 edition where he was auctioned for INR 2.20 Crores. He played 11 matches and scored 345 runs with an average of 31.36 and a strike rate of 126.83.
  • During the IPL 2021, he played for Sunrisers Hyderabad where he played 07 matches scoring 248 runs with a high score of 63 runs. He had an overall batting average of 41.33 and a strike rate of 141.71.
  • During the IPL 2022 season, He played for the Punjab team where he was bought for INR 6.75 crore in a 2022 auction. He played 11 matches and amassed 253 runs with a strike rate of 144.57.
  • He was injured during the T20 World Cup 2022 and was ruled out of the IPL 2023.
Jonny Bairstow
Jonny Bairstow (image: IPL)

International Career

Test Career 

Jonny Bairstow Biography: He made his Test debut during the first test of the West Indies tour of England in 2012, where England won the match by 5 wickets. Jonny Bairstow was sent out by Roach for 16 runs in the first innings. He completed the series with an overall score of 38 runs.

  • Jonny Bairstow was not included in the squad for the Test series against South Africa in 2012 as the management went with Ravi Bopara for the first test and James Taylor for the second test.
    • On 16 August 2012, England and South Africa played their 3rd Test of the South Africa tour where Jonny was included and had an impressive score of 95 runs in their first innings and scored 54 runs in the second innings of the match. Despite his stunning performance in the match, the side lost the match by 51 runs. He finished the test series with 149 runs.
  • He was named in the squad for the India tour of England 2012 where he didn’t play in the first match. He played in the second match after Ian Bell went back home for the birth of his child.
    • He scored only 9 runs in the match, but England won the match by 10 wickets. He helped the side in the fielding as he had an impressive catch of Pujara for 6 runs and dismissed Yuvraj Singh by a catch on Monty Panesar’s bowl. He was dropped from the third test.
Jonny Bairstow
Jonny Bairstow (image: ECB)
  • During England’s tour of New Zealand in 2013, he was named in the squad in the Test squad but didn’t get a chance to play in the test series.
    • He was part of the England Lions squad who played against New Zealanders on May 09-12, 2013, where Jonny Bairstow scored 68 runs and was dismissed on a lbw on Boult.
    • He was named in the England squad which played in the New Zealand tour of England on May 16-19, 2013. England won the match by 170 runs. Jonny Bairstow scored 41 and 5 runs respectively in the 1st and 2nd innings.
    • Between May 24-28, 2013, England and New Zealand played their second test where England won the match by 247 runs. Jonny contributed 64 and 26* runs in the first and second innings of their side. His 64 runs came from the partnership with Joe Root where they scored 124 runs helping the side to stand firmly in the ground.
  • During the Ashes 2013, Nick Crompton was dropped from the squad due to which Joe Root was supposed to open the match leaving the 6th spot for Jonny. During the first test on July 10-14, 2013, he scored 37 and 16 runs in the first and second innings of the match where England won the match by 14 runs.
    • During the second Test on July 18-21, 2013, Jonny Bairstow scored 67 and 20 runs during the match and helped the side score 361 in the first innings and 349 runs in the second innings. Eventually, Australia scored 128 and 235 in the match and England won the match by 347 runs difference.
    • Between August 01-05, 2013, they played the third test of the match where Bairstow replaced Matt Prior in the squad. He scored 22 runs in their first Innings. Australia scored 527 and 127 runs in their first and second innings, while England scored 368 and 37 runs in their innings. The match concluded with a draw.
    • On the 4th Test of the Ashes 2013, England won the match by 74 runs. Jonny Bairstow scored 14 and 28 runs. He took six catches during the test. He was rested during the fifth match of the Ashes 2013.
Jonny Bairstow
Jonny Bairstow (image: ECB)
  • Between November 29-30, England Xl and CA Chairman played a tour match where Jonny Bairstow scored 31* runs in the first innings of England Xl.
  • During Ashes 2015, he was sidelined during the first two matches of the series. He replaced Gary Ballance as the batter for the three test matches.
    • In the 3rd test of Australia’s tour of England on July 29-31, he was dismissed for 5 runs in the first innings of the match. But England won the match by 8 wickets.
    • Between August 06-08, England and Australia played in the fourth Test match, Jonny Bairstow was impressive with his 74 runs before being sent out by Hazlewood. Australia scored 60 and 253 runs in their first and second innings, while England scored 391 runs in their first innings. Eventually, England won the match with an innings and 78 runs.
    • On the 5th test on August 20-23, Australia won the match by an innings and 46 runs. Jonny Bairstow scored 13 and 26 runs in the first and second innings respectively.
  • On October 13-17, 2015, England and Pakistan played their first Test where Jonny Bairstow was named in the squad. The match concluded with a draw.
    • England and Pakistan played their second test between October 22 and 26, 2015 where Pakistan won the match by 178 runs. Jonny Bairstow helped the side with 46 and 22 runs in the first and second innings of the match. England eventually lost the match with a 178-run difference.
    • The 3rd Test match between Pakistan and England between November 01-05, 2015 concluded with the victory of Pakistan by 127 runs. During the first innings of the match, Bairstow scored 43 runs and helped the side score 306 runs in the first innings. He was sent out on a duck by Yasir Shah in the second innings on a lbw.
  • Jonny Bairstow played for England Xl in the England tour of South Africa on December 15-17, 2015, where he scored 35 and 0 in the first and second innings of the match. The match concluded in a draw.
    • On the 1st test of the England tour of South Africa 2015 on December 26-30, Jonny Bairstow had 41 and 79 runs in the first and second innings of the match. Eventually, England won the match by 241 runs.
    • In the second test between January 02-02, 2016, he was impressive as he scored 150* and 30 runs in the first and second innings helping the side on the scoreboard. But the match concluded with a draw. It was his first maiden century in the Test career.
    • Jonny scored 43 runs in the first innings of the third test they played between  14-16, 2016 where England won the match by seven wickets.
  • He was part of the England squad which played in Sri Lanka’s tour of England in 2016. In the first test played between May 19-21, he scored 140 runs in their innings and helped the side to win by an innings and 88 runs.
    • He scored 48 runs during the second test match they played between May 27-30 where England won by 9 wickets.
    • He was impressive during the third match played between June 09-13, at Lord’s where he scored 167 and 32 runs in the first and second innings respectively. However, the match concluded in a draw.

  • During the Pakistan tour of England in 2016, Jonny scored 29 and 48 runs in the first and second innings of the match, but Pakistan won the match by 75 runs between July 14-17, 2016.
    • During July 22-25, 2016, England and Pakistan played their second match where he scored 58 runs and helped the side to win the match by 330 runs.
    • On the third test played between August 03-07, he scored 12 and 83 runs in the match where England won the match by 141 runs.
    • Between August 11-14, both sides faced off each other in the fourth test where he scored 55 and 81 runs in the match and helped the side on the scoreboard. However, Pakistan won the match by 10 wickets.
  • During the England tour of India in 2016, he scored 46 runs in the first test played between November 09-13 which concluded in a draw.
    • In the second match played between November 17-21, Jonny scored 53 and 34 runs on the match helping the side, but the Indian team was impressive as they won the match by 246 runs.
    • Jonny scored 89 runs during the first innings of the third match played between November 26-29 where India won the match by 8 wickets.
    •  He scored 14 and 51 runs during the fourth test match played between December 08-12 where India won the match by an innings and 36 runs.
    • On the fifth test, India won the match by an innings and 75 runs where Jonny Bairstow scored 49 runs and helped the side to score 477 runs in the first innings.
Jonny Bairstow
Jonny Bairstow (image: ECB)
  • During Ashes 2017, Jonny scored 119 runs against Australia and and promoted to be an opening batter in the ODI.
  • Jonny Bairstow was named in the England squad for home series against South Africa in 2017 where he stands 9th and joined the list of England wicketkeepers to dismiss 100 wickets.
    • On the first test match on July 06-09, England won the match by 211 runs, where Jonny scored 10 and 51 runs in the first and second innings.
    • The second test match played between July 14-17 concluded with the victory of South Africa by 340 runs where Jonny scored 45 and 16 runs respectively.
    • England won the third test match of the series played between July 27-31, where he was impressive with bat 36 and 63 runs respectively, helping the side to win by 239 runs.
    • Jonny Bairstow scored 99 and 10 runs during the match on the fifth test match played between August 04-07, where England won the match by 177 runs respectively.
  • Jonny Bairstow was named in England’s squad for Ashes 2019 where he completed the series with an average of 23.77. He had only one half-century during the series. He was dropped from England’s test squad for the tour of New Zealand.
  • During Ashes 2021-22, Jonny did not feature in the first two tests of the series. However, he played on two tests where he scored a century and helped the side on the scoreboard. He was ruled out of the fifth test as he got injured during the practice in the net session.
  • During the England vs New Zealand test series in June 2022, he was part of the England squad where the side won the series 3-0.
    • During the first test match played between June 02-06, he was part of the squad but had a weak performance as he was dismissed for 1 and 16 runs. By the end, England won the match by 5 wickets.
    • In the second test match played on June 10-14, He was impressive in their second innings where he scored  136 runs on 92 balls and helped the side in the scorecard before being sent out by Trent Boult. England won the match by 5 wickets. By this century, he had the second-fastest century by an England batsman.
    • He was the star player of the England squad for the third match played between June 23-27, 2022, as he scored 162 and 71 runs respectively in the first and second innings.
  • During the test series against India, he scored his third and fourth century in the fifth test on July 01-05 where England won the match by seven wickets. He scored 106 runs on 140 deliveries in the first innings while smashed 114 runs on 145 deliveries in the second innings.
  • He was nominated for the 2022 Men’s Test Cricketer of the Year title and was named in the ICC’s Men’s Test Team of the Year.
  • During Ashes 2023, he was the part of England squad. He amassed 322 runs over the series which included three half centuries.
Jonny Bairstow
Jonny Bairstow (image: ECB)

ODI Career

Bairstow was a member of the England ODI squad for their match against Ireland which was scheduled to play in August 2011.

  • Jonny Bairstow made his ODI debut during the match against England on September 16, 2011, where India won the match by 6 wickets using (D/L method).
    • India batted first and scored 304 runs. By using the D/L method, England’s innings were reduced to 34 overs where they scored 241 runs. Jonny Bairstow scored 41* runs in the match and helped the side to win the match.
  • He was dropped out of the ODI series during Australia’s tour of England in 2012 where England won the series 4-0.
  • During India’s tour of England in 2012, he was named to the ODI squad but withdrew from the squad due to the illness of a family member. He was replaced by Joe Root in the squad.
  • Jonny was part of the England squad who played in England’s tour of New Zealand in 2013 but didn’t get a chance to be in the playing 11.
  • Jonny Bairstow was selected in the ODI squad for the New Zealand tour of England in 2013.
Jonny Bairstow
Jonny Bairstow (image: ECB)
  • After being out of England’s cricket team for almost 18 months, he was called up for New Zealand’s tour of England in 2015 where he played in the 5th ODI match on January 20, where he scored an unbeaten 83* runs and helped the side to pick victory.
  • Jonny Bairstow was part of the squad in the home tour against Pakistan in 2016 where he scored 69 runs during the 4th ODI match played on September 01 and helped the side to chase the target of 248.
    • He scored 33 runs on the 5th ODI on September 04 where Pakistan won the match by 4 wickets. England won the ODI series 4-1.
  • He was part of England’s ODI squad who played in their tour of India in 2016. He did not feature in the first two ODIs and played in the third ODI on January 22, where he scored 56 runs helping the side on the scoreboard. Eventually, England won the match by 5 runs but lost the series 2-1.
  • During the West Indies tour of England in 2017, they were scheduled to play a five-match ODI series where England won the series 4-0.
    • In the first match played on 19 September, Jonny opened the innings and scored 100* runs where the side won the match by 7 wickets.
    •  With the second ODI ending with no result, the third ODI match played on 24 September, resulted in the victory of England. Despite Jonny’s dismissal for 13 runs, with Joe Root and Moeen Ali’s impressive innings, England won the match by 124 runs.
    • Jonny was dismissed for 33 runs on 27 September, but England won the match by 6 runs by D/L method.
    • Jonny Bairstow scored 141* runs in the match and helped the side to chase 289 runs and win the match by 9 wickets.
  • During July 2022 England was named in the squad for the ODI series against Ireland and scored 88 runs.
    • In the second ODI match on August 01, he scored 82 runs helping the side to chase the target of 213 runs and win by 4 wicket difference. He amassed a total of 88 runs in the series.

T20I career

  • Jonny Bairstow made his T20I debut during the match between England and West Indies on September 23, 2011, where England won the match by 10 wickets. Jonny Bairstow didn’t get the chance to bat during the match.
  • He was named in the England squad and played on England’s tour of New Zealand. On February 09 England played on the 1st T20I match where they won the match by 40 runs. Jonny Bairstow scored 38 runs in the match.
    • In the 2nd T20I match played on February 12, New Zealand won the match by 55 runs whereas Jonny Bairstow scored only 8 runs in the match.
    • He didn’t get a chance to bat in the third T20I match as England’s openers single-handedly won the match on the 13th over. England won the series 2-1.
  • During the T20I match against Australia in September 2020, He became the first England batter to hit his wicket in the T20I match.
  • He was part of the T20I squad which played in the New Zealand tour of England 2023.
    • During the first T20I match, played on August 30, 2023, England won the match by seven wickets. Jonny Bairstow was sent out with 4 runs by Tim Southee.
    • He was impressive during the second T20I match played on September 01, 2023, where he smashed an unbeaten 86 runs and helped the side to provide a good start. Eventually, England won the match by 95 runs.
    • He was sent out with 12 runs during the third T20I match played on September 03, 2023, where New Zealand won the match by 74 runs.
    • During the fourth T20I match played on September 05, 2023, Jonny Bairstow scored 73 runs before being sent out by Santner.

World Cup Career

World Cup 2019

Jonny Bairstow Biography: Jonny Bairstow was named in the squad for the World Cup 2019. He was sent out on a duck in their first match on May 30, against South Africa where they won the match by 104 runs.

  • Pakistan won the match against England on June 03, where Bairstow scored 32 runs. Despite putting up a good fight against Pakistan, they lost the match by 14 runs.
  • On June 08, England is scheduled to play against Bangladesh in their 3rd match, where Jonny Bairstow and Jason Roy had an opening partnership score of 128 runs and helped the side to have a good start. Jonny scored 51 runs in the match and eventually, England won the match by 106 runs.
  • During their fourth match on June 19, England won the match by 8 wickets where Jonny Bairstow scored 45 runs. His partnership with Joe Root made a good start for their side to complete the match by the first ball of the 34th over.
  • In the 24th match of the World Cup 2019 on June 18, he was impressive during the match against Afghanistan where he scored 90 runs and England scored 397 runs in their innings. Afghanistan failed to chase the target of 398 runs and lost the match with a 150-run difference.
  • On June 21, England played the 27th World Cup match against Sri Lanka where the latter won the match by 20 runs. Jonny Bairstow was sent out on a duck by Malinga.
  • On June 25, England played the 32nd World Cup match against Australia where Australia won the match by 64 runs. Jonny Bairstow scored 27 runs in the match.
  • England played on the 38th match of the 2019 edition against India where the former won the match by 31 runs. Jonny was impressive as he scored 111 runs on 109 deliveries.
  • On July 03, England played the 41st match of the World Cup 2019 against New Zealand where Jonny Bairstow scored 106 runs on 99 deliveries. Eventually, England won the match by 119 runs.
  • During the semifinal match of the 2019 edition on July 11, England played against Australia where Jonny Bairstow was dismissed by Mitchell Starc for 34 runs.
  • During the finals match on July 14, England was scheduled to play against New Zealand where both sides scored 241 runs on the match which resulted in a tie. But England was declared as the winner by the boundary count and was named as the champions of the World Cup title.
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Jonny Bairstow (image: ECB)

T20 World Cup 2021

Jonny Bairstow Biography: During the T20 World Cup 2021, England played their first group match against West Indies on October 23, where England won the match by 6 wickets. Jonny Bairstow was dismissed for 9 runs by Hosein.

  • On October 27, England played against Bangladesh in the 20th Group 1 match, where England won the match by 8 wickets. Jonny Bairstow scored 8* runs in the match.
  • During the 26th match against Australia on October 30, England won the match by 8 wickets where Jonny Bairstow scored 16* runs.
  • Jonny Bairstow was dismissed on a duck by Silva on November 01, in the 29th match against Sri Lanka where England won the match by 26 runs.
  • England played against South Africa in the 39th Group 1 match, on November 01, and the latter won the match by 10 runs. Jonny Bairstow was dismissed by Shamsi for 1 run.
  • England played in the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup against New Zealand on November 10, where the latter won the match by 5 wickets. During the match, Jonny Bairstow was dismissed for 13 runs by Milne.

World Cup 2023

Jonny Bairstow Biography: Jonny Bairstow was named in England’s 2023 World Cup squad. He had an average World Cup campaign in India. He had only two half-centuries in the 2023 edition.

  • During their first World Cup match in the 2023 edition, they played against New Zealand on October 05, where New Zealand won the match by 9 wickets. Jonny Bairstow scored 33 runs in the match where his side set a target of 283 runs for New Zealand. New Zealand chased the target on the 37th over of their innings.
  • In England’s second World Cup match, they are scheduled to play against Bangladesh on October 10, where Jonny Bairstow scored 52 runs on the match. Finally, England won the match by 137 runs.
  • England lost their WC match against Afghanistan with a 69-run difference. Afghanistan scored 284 on their innings and folded England for 215 runs by dismissing all 10 wickets. Jonny Bairstow was dismissed by 2 runs by Farooqi.
  • England played their match against South Africa where the latter won the match by 229 runs. On October 21, South Africa batted first and scored 399 runs in their innings while England was folded for 170 runs on the 22nd over. During the match, Jonny Bairstow was dismissed for 10 runs by Ngidi.
  • Sri Lanka won the 25th World Cup match against England on October 26 by 8 wickets. Jonny Bairstow scored 30 runs in the match and was dismissed by Rajitha.
  • During the England vs India match in the World Cup on October 29, India batted first and scored 229 runs. But they folded England for 129 runs in the innings. Jonny Bairstow was sent out with 14 runs by Mohammed Shami.
  • In the 36th World Cup match, England played against Australia on November 04, Jonny Bairstow was sent out with a duck by Starc and eventually, his side lost the match by 33 runs difference.
  • On November 08, England played in the 40th World Cup match against Netherlands and won the match by 160 runs difference. Despite Jonny Bairstow being sent out with 15 runs, David Malan and Ben Stokes were impressive and helped the side reach a score of 339 runs.
  • England won the match against Pakistan in the 44th World Cup match on 11 November, where Bairstow scored 51 runs on the match. England won the match by 93 runs difference.
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Jonny Bairstow (image: ECB)

Jonny Bairstow records

Test Records

  • Jonny joins the list of players for most dismissals in an innings in the Test matches.
  • Bairstow joins the list of Most catches in an innings in Test matches.
  • He joins the list of players to score a Hundred in each innings of a match.
  • He joins the list of players to score Hundreds and five dismissals in an innings.
  • He stands in 9th place in the highest partnership for the seventh wicket in a Test match career.

ODI records

  • Jonny was placed in the 10th place to score the fastest 3000 runs in his ODI career.
  • Jonny stands 15th in the list of Most runs in a calendar year in 2016. He amassed a total of 1470 runs.
  • He stands in the 2nd place with most Hundreds in Consecutive innings during the ODI series against New Zealand in 2018.

Jonny Bairstow Awards

Jonny Bairstow Controversy

Bairstow’s dismissal on second test in Ashes 2023

Jonny Bairstow Biography: The dismissal of Jonny Bairstow in the second Ashes test in 2023 was described as a controversial run-out by Alex Carey.

It happened in the first session of the England Innings as Jonny Bairstow and Ben Stokes had pressure to build up the score after Ben Duckett’s catch by Alex Carey. England was chasing a target of 371 and was 193 for 5 when Bairstow ducked to avoid a bouncer from Cameron Green on the last ball of the 52nd over.

On the final delivery by Cameron Green, the ball was alone to the wicket-keeper as Jonny Bairstow started walking outside the Crease towards his partner Stokes, having thoughts of the dead ball.

Alex Carey realized an opening and took advantage to dismiss the batter, and had an attempt for a direct hit at the striker’s end to catch Bairstow off-guard and succeeded in it.

This created displeasure among the fans who thought that it was poor sportsmanship behaviour. That incident had an impact throughout the series due to which England players refused the traditional post-series drink offer from Australian players.

Jonny Bairstow's Controversial Dismissal
Jonny Bairstow’s Controversial Dismissal(Image: Twitter)

Jonny Bairstow Stats

Batting Stats

FORMAT Mat Runs HS Ave SR 100s 50s
Tests 95 5804 167* 37.2 58.4 12 26
ODIs 107 3868 141* 42.97 102.92 11 17
T20Is 70 1512 90 29.64 137.57 0 10
FC 210 13535 246 43.38 30 68
List A 175 5790 174 39.65 102.62 14 27
T20s 189 4573 114 30.69 137.24 3 27

Bowling Stats

FORMAT Mat Runs Wkts BBI BBM Econ SR
Tests 95
ODIs 107
T20Is 70
FC 210 1 0 1
List A 175
T20s 189