The captain of the England Test squad and a member of the England Twenty20 International (T20I) team, Benjamin Andrew Stokes OBE was born in England on June 4, 1991. Ben Stokes for Durham in domestic cricket and has participated in numerous Twenty20 leagues all over the world.

Ben stokes
Ben stokes

In 44 T20 Matches, Ben Stokes amassed 629 runs in 38 innings. 52 is Ben Stokes’ highest T20 score. B Stokes has seven runs of 30+ and four runs of 20+ in T20, but no T20 hundreds and just one T20 half-century. In 481 T20 balls, B Stokes has a strike rate of 130.7 and an average of 14.29. In T20, Ben Stokes hit a total of 70 boundaries, including 45 fours and 25 sixes. B. Stokes’s T20 outtype statistics are four times bowled out, six times stumped, two times caught, and zero times run out. 5 left arm and 23 right arm wickets were taken by Ben Stokes in T20 matches. Fast bowler 0 wickets, Fast-Medium bowler 2 wickets, and Left Arm T20 Wicket Taker analysis for B Stokes.

Player Profile:

Player NameBen Stokes
Born4 june 1991


History Background

Stokes made his one-day debut for Durham at The Oval in 2009, and with just his third professional delivery, he managed to dismiss the seasoned batsman Mark Ramprakash. He participated in two youth tests against Bangladesh U19 in 2009, scoring fifty and picking up a couple wickets. In 2010, he participated in the Under-19 World Cup, when he do a century against the India Under-19 team.

When Durham faced the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) in the customary season-opening match, which was held in 2010 at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi, Stokes made his first-class debut for Durham. He scored a half-century and took one wicket in that game.

Ben stokes
Ben stokes

On day two of the County Championship match against Worcestershire on May 6, 2022, Stokes celebrated his return to Durham by smashing a record-breaking 161 runs off 88 balls, including 34 runs in a single over. Stokes missed close on being just the third batsman in history to strike six sixes in a first-class over after hitting five straight sixes in that over but failing to make clean contact with the last delivery and only getting a one-bounce four. The innings still beat Paul Collingwood’s records for the most sixes hit in a County Championship innings and the quickest first-class century by a Durham player.