Sam Curran is one of the brightest young prospects of the modern era. He plays for the England national cricket team in all three formats. For national cricket, he represents Surrey. Furthermore, he has played in several Twenty20 tournaments during his ticketing career. The 24-year-old has represented Kings XI Punjab and Chennai Super Kings in the cash-rich Indian Premier League.
In 2018, the youngster made his Test debut against Pakistan and made his ODI debut against Australia in the same year. He made his T-20 International debut against New Zealand in 2019.
The Northamptonshire-born cricketer applies his skills as a left-handed pitcher and medium-fast pitcher. So far, he has played 24 Tests, 16 ODIs and 21 T20Is for England, scoring 815 runs in the longest form, 194 runs in the ODI and 109 runs in the T20I. Curran scored 3 fifty in the Test, and 1 fifty in the ODI.
He is quite impressive with the ball, making 47 hits on the Test, including two 4-wicket-hauls. Curran has 16 wickets in the ODI and in the T20Is respectively. Speaking of his IPL career, he appeared in 32 matches in India’s top T20 competition. He has scored 337 runs and two half-centuries. On the other hand, he has taken 32 wickets to his name, recording the best bowling of his career as of 11/4. He also represented Oval Invincibles in the exciting English competition, The Hundred.