FULL NAME: Liam Andrew Dawson
BORN: March 1, 1990, Swindon, Wiltshire
CURRENT AGE: 29 Years, 10 Months, 10 Days
MAJOR TEAMS: England, Essex, England XI, Hampshire, England Under-19,
Chittagong Vikings, England Lions, Rangpur Riders, Prime Bank Cricket Club,
Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club, Comilla Victorians, PSL Peshawar Zalmi Team, South, Pakhtoons
NATIONAL SIDE: England
BATTING STYLE: Right-Handed
BOWLING STYLE:left-arm orthodox
Dawson had a top of the line century against his name at 18 years old playing for Hampshire at Trent Bridge in September 2008 – the most youthful to do as such for the club. He piled on in excess of 1000 runs in the FC field by 2010. Having demonstrated his strength with the bat, Dawson chose to go to Zimbabwe to improve his bowling. He shone in the absolute first game by picking 7/51, playing for the Mountaineers. He got back as an improved cricketer. He picked 26 wickets in the 2012 County Championship at a normal beneath 35.
He was probably the best player in 2015. In the Royal One-Day Cup rivalry, Dawson displayed his inside and out ability. He picked 15 wickets at a normal of 22 and amassed 324 runs with the bat averaging 64. The Hampshire every rounder was named in the England squad for the 2016 ICC World T20 in India, however, couldn’t make it to the playing XI.
He made his T20I debut in July 2016 against Sri Lanka and had a great excursion completing with figures understanding 3/27. A few months after the fact, he played his first ODI for England in a dead-elastic against Pakistan.
Dawson was drafted into the England Test side because of damage to Zafar Ansari and he made his Test debut against India at Chennai in December 2016. Fundamentally picked for his bowling, he scored 66* in his lady innings – the most elevated score by an England number eight making their introduction.
In the home arrangement against South Africa in 2017, Dawson was chosen as England’s ‘number one’ spinner for the Lord’s Test. He scalped two wickets each in either innings and neglected to open his record with the bat. He participated in the accompanying Test before being cut out from the group. Dawson, known for his exactness, kept on being a piece of the England set-up in the shorter organization, harmed his correct side while bowling in the second match in a way arrangement against Sri Lanka in October 2018.
World Cup – What to anticipate
Following his damage in the island country, Dawson was supplanted by Joe Denly and was not chosen in England’s primer 15-part squad. Be that as it may, in an amazing move, Dawson – evaluated as the third-best one-day spinner in the nation – wound up parachuted into the WC squad with a little more than seven days to go for England’s competition opener.
In the World Cup year, the all-rounder performed well in the Royal London One-Day Cup rivalry – taking 18 wickets and scoring 271 runs in nine matches – for Hampshire. Dawson, who’ll be participating in his lady WC, will think that its hard to make the playing XI with the turn twins Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid wearing the pants.
Batting and fielding averages
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|1/0||Hampshire||v Kent||Canterbury||23 Sep 2019||FC|
|103, 0/1, 2, 2/21||Hampshire||v Somerset||Southampton||16 Sep 2019||FC|
|12, 0/13, 88, 1/14||Hampshire||v Surrey||Southampton||10 Sep 2019||FC|
|1/25, 22||Hampshire||v Glamorgan||Cardiff||30 Aug 2019||T20|
|0/30||Hampshire||v Middlesex||Southampton||29 Aug 2019||T20|
|0/23, 31||Hampshire||v Essex||Southampton||25 Aug 2019||T20|
|1/21, 35*||Hampshire||v Middlesex||Lord’s||22 Aug 2019||T20|
|28, 0/180, 65*||Hampshire||v Surrey||The Oval||18 Aug 2019||FC|
|13, 1/21||Hampshire||v Gloucs||Bristol||13 Aug 2019||T20|
|0/39, 14||Hampshire||v Somerset||Southampton||9 Aug 2019||T20|