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Popular cricket players of New Zealand: Jamie How

by on March 23, 2011
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 Popular cricket players of New Zealand: Jamie How

  • Jamie Michael How is a right hand top-order batsman of New Zealand cricket team.
  • Jamie How made his ODI debut in New Zealand cricket team on December 31, 2005 against Sri Lanka. Jamie has played 41 ODI matches, scoring 1046 runs with an average of 29.05. Jamie How has struck 7 fifties and 1 hundred in ODI with 139 being his highest score in ODI so far.
  • Jamie How made his test debut on March 9, 2006 against West Indies. In 19 test matches, Jamie scored 779 runs with an average of 22.70. Jamie’s highest test score is 92.
  • Jamie How averages over 36 with his six 50s in winning matches. Since 2009, Jamie How has played 10 ODIs scoring 107 runs at an average less than 12.

Jamie How turned out to be surprisingly good in his batting performance. New Zealand has this asset but the team has been unable to leverage the skills of Jamie How as he has hardly appeared in the current cricket tournaments. With New Zealand launching new faces such as Boult, Neesham and Sodhi, Jamie How could balance the batting side of team in the test and One Day International cricket formats. In a series against England between 2007 and 2008, Jamie How scored an unbeaten 68 score to help New Zealand save the test match. This shows that Jamie could be of great help in situations where there is pressure and a need for performing sensibly. Jamie How hasn’t played any world cup so far but he definitely can get a chance in 2015 Cricket World Cup. The New Zealand cricket team management needs to reconsider this talent and make him part of cricket world cup squad in order to provide comprehensive performance in 2015 ICC World Cup. Jamie has a good grip in T20 format as well which makes him all the more likable for this format where he has scored 56 runs in 5 T20 matches. Let’s see if he makes his way to the team again or not. 

 

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