Mohammed Siraj Will Play in Warwickshire’s Final Three County Matches. Siraj will join the English county bandwagon as Warwickshire prepares for their final three first-class games in September.
Mohammed Siraj, an India fast bowler. Will join the English county bandwagon as he prepares to play Warwickshire’s final three first-class games in September. Siraj is currently playing an ODI series in Zimbabwe, but he is not part of India’s T20 squad. “Mohammed Siraj, an India international fast bowler, has been signed by Warwickshire County Cricket Club. The final three matches of the County Championship season. The 28-year-old will arrive at Edgbaston on Monday, September 12th. Ahead of the Bears’ home match against Somerset “According to a press release from the county club.
The right-arm fast bowler took 4/66 in the first innings of India’s fifth and final Test against England at Edgbaston in July, before adding six more wickets in three ODIs that followed.
Siraj, a natural swinger of the ball, has represented his country 26 times in all formats, taking 56 wickets. He has taken 403 wickets in 207 career matches, 194 of which have come in first-class cricket.
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Mohammed Siraj Final Three County Matches
“I can’t wait to join the Bears’ team. I’ve always enjoy playing for India in England, and I’m looking forward to getting a taste of County Cricket “Siraj stated.
“Edgbaston is a world class stadium and the atmosphere it create this year for the Test was special. I am really looking forward to making it my home in September and hopefully helping the Bears end the season well.
“I would like to extend my gratitude to both Warwickshire County Cricket Club and BCCI for this opportunity.” Paul Farbrace, Director of Cricket, Warwickshire said. ” Siraj is a fantastic addition to the squad and we can’t wait to welcome him to Warwickshire. He is one of the best fast bowlers in the world right now and his knowledge and experience will help bring an added dimension to our line-up.
“It was clear that we needed to strengthen our bowling attack for the crucial run-in period, and I’m looking forward to seeing what Siraj can do in these three games.” After signing for the Royal London Cup One Day Championship, Siraj will be the second Indian player to represent Warwickshire this season, following Krunal Pandya.
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