English cricketer Mark Andrew Wood, who was born on January 11, 1990, competes for England in all forms of international competition. He plays for Durham in domestic cricket and has also participated in Indian Premier League games for the Chennai Super Kings and Lucknow Super Giants (current season).

Mark wood
Mark wood

In 2015, Wood made his debuts in the Test, ODI, and T20 International formats. He competed for England in both the T20 World Cup in 2022 and the 2019 Cricket World Cup.

Right-handed fast bowler Wood is currently one of the world’s fastest bowlers, averaging 89 mph in Test matches since 2020.

He made his Durham debut in a first-class game against Durham MCCU during the 2011 campaign. He then played his first List A game in the 2011 Clydesdale Bank 40 against Northamptonshire. Since then, he has played in two more first-class matches: one against Sri Lanka A and the other in the Clydesdale Bank 40 against Scotland. During the England Lions’ 2014 tour of Sri Lanka, Wood made his professional debut.

Player Profile:

Player NameMark Wood
BornJan 11, 1990
TeamDurham
Bowling StyleRight Handed Bowling
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Career Background:

James Anderson and Jofra Archer’s injuries forced them to miss the 2019 Ashes series and tour of New Zealand, therefore Wood made his Test cricket comeback in the third test of the 2019–20 tour of South Africa.[20] In South Africa’s second innings, he took 3/32 as England was winning after getting 42 runs off of 23 balls in England’s first innings. Wood contributed to England’s victory in the fourth test by taking nine wickets, notably 5/46 in South Africa’s first innings, and adding 35 runs with the bat.

Mark wood
Mark wood

Wood was included in a 55-player group that was announced on May 29, 2020, to start preparing in preparation for international matches that would start in England after the COVID-19 epidemic. On June 17, 2020,