Arshad Khan

Arshad Khan

Infobox Cricketer


nationality = Pakistani
country = Pakistan
country abbrev = PAK
name = Arshad Khan
picture = Cricket_no_pic.pngbatting style = Right-hand bat
bowling style = Right-arm offbreak
balls = true
tests = 9
test runs = 31
test bat avg = 5.16
test 100s/50s = -/-
test top score = 9*
test overs = 2538
test wickets = 32
test bowl avg = 30.00
test 5s = 1
test 10s = -
test best bowling = 5/38
test catches/stumpings = -/-
ODIs = 58
ODI runs = 133
ODI bat avg = 12.09
ODI 100s/50s = -/-
ODI top score = 20
ODI overs = 2823
ODI wickets = 56
ODI bowl avg = 34.78
ODI 5s = -
ODI 10s = -
ODI best bowling = 4/33
ODI catches/stumpings = 10/-
date = 19 February
year = 2006
source = http://content-aus.cricinfo.com/ci/content/player/39005.html

Arshad Khan (Urdu: ارشد خان) (born March 22, 1971 in Peshawar) is a Pakistani cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman and a right-arm off break bowler.

Arshad was first picked to play against the West Indies during the 1997-98 season, and the following year, was part of the team which won the Asian Test Championship at Dhaka against Sri Lanka. He was a regular inclusion in the Pakistani side until 2001, at which point the selectors dropped him and he went back to domestic cricket.

Four years later, a strong performance in the Pakistani domestic championship meant that Arshad earned a recall for Pakistan's 2005 tour of India. He performed credibly, particularly in the Bangalore Test, which Pakistan won in the last session to draw the series.

He toured the Caribbean in May 2005, and has retained his place for the upcoming England series.

During the 2005 One Day International series against England, Arshad was used in the second and fifth matches and proved effective at repressing the England batsmen, allowing very few runs to be scored off him and also taking wickets. During the fifth match, his economy was just over 3 runs per over - a very good figure for any bowler, especially a spinner.

A tall man at 6'4, Arshad bowls in a classical off-spinner's mould, preferring a nagging line to any great variation. Picked under a "horses for courses" policy, he has failed to establish himself as a permanent member of the Pakistani team.

References

* [http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/cricket/statistics/4724777.stm BBC scorecards] Results of the 2005 Pakistan versus England tour.

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