Batting style Right Handed
Bowling style Right-arm leg spin
Test Debut vs Bangladesh at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Oct 09, 2013
ODI Debut vs Zimbabwe at Harare Sports Club, Aug 02, 2015
T20 Debut vs West Indies at Windsor Park, Jul 05, 2014
- New Zealand U19
- New Zealand A
- New Zealand
- Northern Knights
- Adelaide Strikers
- New Zealand XI
- RR - Rajasthan
- Jamaica Tallawahs
- Brampton Wolves
- St Kitts and Nevis Patriots
Ish Sodhi overview
Inderbir Singh popularly known as “Ish” Sodhi is a New Zealand cricketer who represents the national team in all formats. He bowls right arm leg spin with a combination right handed batsman. Sodhi’s consistent performance at the domestic circuit helped him grab a quick call up for the New Zealand squad.
It is said that Sodhi’s family migrated to Auckland from their native domicile Ludhiana.
Batting Career Summary
Bowling Career Summary
He was born in Ludhiana, Punjab on 31 October, in the year 1992. He was four year old when he migrated. He studied in Papatoetoe High School which is located in New Zealand. He reached the no 1 ranking for T20 bowlers.
Ish made his ODI debut against Ireland at Sharjah Cricket stadium on 5th December 2017. Since his debut, Sodhi has scalped 43 wickets till date at an economy rate of 5.59.
On 9th of October 2013 he played his test match that was against Bangladesh, His last test match was against Pakistan on 24th November, 2018. His bowling basically made an amazing impact on the team and helped other cricketers to trust on the flag he was raising with his best of performance. He played over 17 test matches which has 448 runs and more he made with an batting average of 21.33
The RR - Rajasthan picked up Ish Sodhi at the 2018 auctions in a bid to strengthen their spin team. The Kiwi pacer in white-ball cricket has been a genuine wicket-taker, more so in T20s where the speed and style of play complement his modus operandi with the ball. Sodhi eventually made his IPL debut with Jaipur offering a few dry surfaces and seems to have cemented his place in the matches.
In the 2016-17 edition of Big Bash League, while playing for the Adelaide Strikers, Sodhi clinched magnificent bowling figures of 6/11 from 3.3 overs in a match against the Sydney Thunder. Notably, Sodhi's 6/11 are the second best of the bowling anecdotes in the Big Bash history after Lasith Malinga’s 6/7. In a match against Pakistan in 2014, Sodhi scored 63 with the bat thus recording the effort filled ever score on the board of national cricket by a New Zealand No. 10 batsman in Test cricket.