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ILT20 2024

How all 41 England players fared in the 2024 ILT20

A total of 41 England players took part in the 2024 ILT20 and here's how they fared
Sarah Waris by Sarah Waris
@swaris16 5 minute read

A total of 41 England players took part in the second ILT20 and here’s how they fared.

Abu Dhabi Knight Riders:

Sam Hain
203 runs @ 25.37, SR: 117.34

Hain was one of three players from the team to score over 200 but he largely failed with timing and hit only two sixes.

Laurie Evans
173 runs @ 24.71, SR: 125.36

Evans scored one fifty in 10 innings but mostly struggled, registering scores in single digits six times.

Michael Pepper
229 runs @ 22.9, SR: 141.35

Pepper was the highest run-scorer for the side and also had the second-best strike rate after Andre Russell among batters with at least 150 runs.

Jason Roy
47 runs @ 23.5, SR: 138.23

Roy, who took part in the SA20 in the first half, played two games in the ILT20, making 47 and a duck.

Joe Clarke
116 runs @ 14.5, SR: 119.58

Clarke only managed a high score of 34 in eight innings and hit a solitary six.

David Willey
10 wickets @ 29.9, ER: 7.86

Willey was one of two players to pick up 10 or more wickets for the side. He was also largely economical.

Ravi Bopara
5 runs @ 2.5, SR: 47.05
4 wickets @ 9.5, ER: 6.33

Bopara only left an impact in one of the four games he played, picking up 4-15 against the Warriors. He scored two ducks and five in the three innings he batted in.

*Jake Lintott did not pick up any wickets or score a run in the one game he played.

Desert Vipers:

Phil Salt
56 runs @ 28, SR: 243.47

Salt played just two innings, making an 11-ball 26 and a 12-ball 30.

Alex Hales
282 runs @ 28.2, SR: 141

Hales was at his destructive best, hitting 21 maximums, the second-most in the event. He was also one of two players from the side to score two fifties.

Adam Hose
147 runs @ 21, SR: 123.52

The standout performance by Hose was 17-ball 35 with three sixes against Dubai Capitals.

Luke Wood
36 runs @ 36, SR: 133.33
5 wickets @ 34.8, ER: 9.66

Wood gave away more than nine runs an over thrice in five outings, although he did play a couple of handy cameos down the order.

Dan Lawrence
41 runs @ 13.66, SR: 117.14
2 wickets @ 24, ER: 8

Another England player who had a middling ILT20.

Nathan Sowter
4 wickets @ 16.75, ER: 6.09

Sowter was economical in the three innings he played, giving away 1-26, 0-20 and 3-21.

Sam Curran
24 runs @ 24, SR: 120
4 wickets @ 17, ER: 8.50

Curran played two matches and picked up two wickets apiece in the games with best figures of 2/29.

Tymal Mills
3 wickets @ 47.33, ER: 9.68

Mills played the first four games and started with 2-21. He conceded 35 or more in each of the next three innings and got one wicket.

Dubai Capitals:

Leus du Plooy
89 runs @ 29.66, SR: 141.26

Du Plooy only played four games but left his impact with a 40-ball 63 with three sixes in the win in the second Qualifier, for which he won the Player of the Match Award.

Max Holden
67 runs @ 13.4, SR: 131.37

Holden scored one fifty in the five games that he played but amassed 16 runs in the remaining four innings.

Olly Stone
10 wickets @ 16.8, ER: 7.30

Stone had the best bowling average and strike rate (13.8) among all bowlers from his team. He was economical as well, conceding 7.30 runs an over.

Sam Billings
320 runs @ 32, SR: 140.35

Billings was one of two batters to score more than 200 for the team and ended the league as the highest run-scorer for Dubai.

Tom Abell
75 runs @ 37.5, SR: 119.04

Abell started by scoring a 29-ball 41 at a strike rate of 176.92 and made 20* and 14 in the next two games he played.

Tom Banton
169 runs @ 33.8, SR: 129

Banton made between 35 and 44 in the last four games but was unable to carry on and get a big innings.

Gulf Giants:

Chris Jordan
11 wickets @ 26.9, ER: 8.33

Jordan was the most successful bowler for Gulf Giants, picking up a wicket every 19.3 deliveries.

Jamie Overton
108 runs @ 15.42, SR: 136.7
10 wickets @ 30.8, ER: 8.43

Overton not only got 10 wickets but also starred in crucial cameos, the highlight being his 18-ball 41 with five sixes against MI Emirates.

Jamie Smith
161 runs @ 16.1, SR: 129.83

Smith had a high score of 43*, which he registered against MI Emirates. Barring the knock, he did not cross 15 in his last ten innings in the ILT20.

Jordan Cox
215 runs @ 19.54, SR: 113.15

Cox made one fifty in 12 innings.

Richard Gleeson
5 wickets @ 28.6, ER: 7.15

Gleeson was the second-most economical quick for the Gulf Giants this ILT20 season and had best figures of 2-29.

Liam Dawson
1 wicket @ 40, ER: 6.66

Dawson played two games and picked up 1-21 against Dubai.

James Vince
356 runs @ 29.66, ER: 120.27

Vince was the highest run-scorer in the competition, hitting four fifties, also the most among all players. He, however, had a strike rate of just over 120.

MI Emirates

Dan Mousley
3 wickets @ 9.33, ER: 5.60

Mousley played two games and ended with 1-6 in the only over he bowled against Gulf Giants. He got 2-22 in the next game.

Jordan Thompson
43 runs @ 43, SR: 148.27
1 wicket @ 51, ER: 7.28

Thompson scored an unbeaten 26 in only nine balls in the run chase against Gulf after his team collapsed to 127-8 but his efforts went in vain. He followed it up with a 17 against Dubai.

Will Smeed
6 runs @ 3, SR: 60

In two games, Smeed made five and one.

Chris Benjamin
1 run @ 1, SR: 11.11

Benjamin played one game, against Dubai, making one in nine.

Sharjah Warriors:

Tom Kohler-Cadmore
153 runs @ 19.12, SR: 151.48

The skipper of Sharjah made the second-most runs for his team at a strike rate of 151.48. But he scored only one fifty and the team would have hoped for more consistency.

Adil Rashid
4 wickets @ 11, ER: 4.88

Rashid played three games and picked up all four wickets in one game against the Knight Riders.

Chris Woakes
9 wickets Q@ 24.33, ER: 7.46
47 runs @ 23.5, SR: 94

Woakes conceded fewer than 7.5 runs an over with the ball and had a fine start to the season, getting seven in four games. He picked up two in the remaining five matches.

Joe Denly
74 runs @ 18.5, SR: 92.5

Denly struggled and could make more than 20 only twice in seven innings. He picked up two wickets against Knight Riders.

Lewis Gregory
70 runs @ 11.66, SR: 79.54

Gregory also picked up just a wicket in seven games.

Liam Livingstone
32 runs @ 16, SR: 177.77

Livingstone gunned down Knight Rider’s total of 95 with a 13-ball 30.

Luke Wells
31 runs @ 31, SR: 110.71

In the only game he played against Vipers, Wells scored 31 in 28.

James Fuller
14 runs @ 4.66. Sr: 63.63
1 wicket @ 53, ER: 10.60

Fuller played four games but had little impact.

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