List of England Twenty20 International cricketers

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England playing Sri Lanka in a day-night Twenty20 International at the Rose Bowl, Hampshire on 15 June 2006 England vs Sri Lanka.jpg
England playing Sri Lanka in a day-night Twenty20 International at the Rose Bowl, Hampshire on 15 June 2006

A Twenty20 International (T20I) is an international cricket match between two teams that have official T20I status, as determined by the International Cricket Council. It is played under the rules of Twenty20 cricket and is the shortest form of the game. [1] The first such match was played on 17 February 2005 between Australia and New Zealand. [2] The England cricket team played its first T20I match on 13 June 2005, against Australia as part of Australia's 2005 Ashes tour, winning the match by 100 runs. [3]

Contents

This list is of all members of the England cricket team who have played at least one T20I match. The order is by each player name as they achieved a first Twenty20 cap; achievement by several players during the same match is arranged by surname alphabetically.

Key

General

  • Double-dagger-14-plain.pngCaptain
  • Dagger-14-plain.pngWicket-keeper
  • First – Year of debut
  • Last – Year of latest game
  • Mat – Number of matches played

Batting

Bowling

Fielding

Players

Statistics are correct as of 20 March 2021. [4] [5] [6]
Eoin Morgan has scored the most runs and played in the most matches for England in T20Is. Eoin morgan.jpg
Eoin Morgan has scored the most runs and played in the most matches for England in T20Is.
Stuart Broad has taken 65 Twenty20 international wickets, which is the second most (behind Chris Jordan) of any England T20I player. Stuart Broad.jpg
Stuart Broad has taken 65 Twenty20 international wickets, which is the second most (behind Chris Jordan) of any England T20I player.
General Batting Bowling Fielding Ref
No.NameFirstLastMat Runs HS Avg 50 100 Balls Wkt BBI Ave Ca St
1 Paul Collingwood  Double-dagger-14-plain.png20052011355837918.8030222164/2220.56140 [notes 1] [7]
2 Andrew Flintoff 200520077763112.660015052/2332.2050 [8]
3 Darren Gough 2005200624133/1616.3300 [9]
4 Steve Harmison 2005200623911/1342.0010 [10]
5 Geraint Jones  Dagger-14-plain.png200520062331933.000020 [11]
6 Jon Lewis 200520072111.00004244/2413.7510 [12]
7 Kevin Pietersen 20052013371,1767937.93703011/2753.00140 [13]
8 Vikram Solanki  Dagger-14-plain.png200520073764325.330030 [14]
9 Andrew Strauss  Double-dagger-14-plain.png200520094733318.250010 [15]
10 Marcus Trescothick 2005200631667255.332020 [16]
11 Michael Vaughan  Double-dagger-14-plain.png200520072272713.500000 [17]
12 Tim Bresnan 200620143421647*16.6100663243/1036.95100 [18]
13 Jamie Dalrymple 200620073603220.00003021/1019.5010 [19]
14 Ed Joyce 200620072111.000000 [notes 2] [20]
15 Sajid Mahmood 20062009411*008431/3151.6610 [21]
16 Liam Plunkett 200620192242186.0000476253/2125.0870 [22]
17 Ian Bell 20062014818860*26.851040 [23]
18 Stuart Broad  Double-dagger-14-plain.png200620145611818*7.37001,173654/2422.93210 [24]
19 Chris Read  Dagger-14-plain.png200620061131313.000010 [25]
20 Michael Yardy 20062011149635*32.0000276112/1927.1880 [26]
21 James Anderson 200720091911*1.0000422183/2330.6630 [27]
22 Paul Nixon  Dagger-14-plain.png2007200713131*0001 [28]
23 Monty Panesar 200720071111.00002422/4020.0000 [29]
24 Alastair Cook  Double-dagger-14-plain.png200720104612615.250010 [30]
25 Dimitri Mascarenhas 20072009141233115.3700252123/1825.7570 [31]
26 Matt Prior  Dagger-14-plain.png20072010101273221.160063 [32]
27 Owais Shah 200720091734755*24.781050 [33]
28 Ryan Sidebottom 200720101655*00325213/1618.2350 [34]
29 Jonathan Trott 2007201071395123.001000 [35]
30 Darren Maddy 2007200741135028.25101832/68.6610 [36]
31 Chris Schofield 200720074249*24.00007742/1523.0010 [37]
32 Luke Wright 200720145175999*18.9740330182/2425.83140 [38]
33 James Kirtley 20072007122*006000 [39]
34 Jeremy Snape 200720071777.00006010 [40]
35 Chris Tremlett 2007200712422/4522.5000 [41]
36 Phil Mustard  Dagger-14-plain.png200820082604030.000000 [42]
37 Graeme Swann  Double-dagger-14-plain.png20082012391043420.8000810513/1316.8450 [43]
38 Tim Ambrose  Dagger-14-plain.png20082008111 [44]
39 Ravi Bopara 200820143871165*28.4430322164/1024.1870 [45]
40 Gareth Batty 200920091444.000018000 [46]
41 Steven Davies  Dagger-14-plain.png2009201151023320.400021 [47]
42 Amjad Khan 200920091222.00002422/3417.0000 [48]
43 James Foster  Dagger-14-plain.png2009200953714*12.330033 [49]
44 Robert Key 2009200911010*0010 [50]
45 Eoin Morgan  Double-dagger-14-plain.png200920211022,3119129.62140410 [51]
46 Adil Rashid 2009202157569*7.00001,164553/1126.61130 [52]
47 Joe Denly 20092020131253012.50007274/1913.2840 [53]
48 Ajmal Shahzad 20102011300*006632/3832.3310 [54]
49 Craig Kieswetter  Dagger-14-plain.png20102012255266321.9130173 [55]
50 Michael Lumb 20102014275526321.233080 [56]
51 Chris Woakes 201120158913730.330016272/4036.1410 [57]
52 Jade Dernbach 201120143424124.8000702394/2226.1580 [58]
53 Samit Patel 20112013181896715.751025272/645.8530 [59]
54 Jos Buttler  Double-dagger-14-plain.pngDagger-14-plain.png20112021791,72383*30.22120336 [60]
55 Alex Hales 20112019601,644116*31.0181320 [61]
56 Jonny Bairstow  Dagger-14-plain.png20112021511,05086*29.1660350 [62]
57 Steven Finn 2011201521148*00480273/1621.5960 [63]
58 Ben Stokes 201120213444247*20.0900490193/2637.73150 [64]
59 Scott Borthwick 201120111141414.00002411/1515.0010 [65]
60 Danny Briggs 20122014700*0010852/2539.8010 [66]
61 Stuart Meaker 2012201224721/2835.0010 [67]
62 James Tredwell  Double-dagger-14-plain.png2012201417322210.660031771/1659.4220 [68]
63 Joe Root 201220193289390*35.72508462/923.16180 [69]
64 Boyd Rankin 2013201322411/2424.0000 [notes 3] [70]
65 Chris Jordan 20142021602703614.21001,265704/626.70310 [71]
66 Moeen Ali 201420203439272*17.0420440172/2137.0580 [72]
67 Stephen Parry 201420155111.00009632/3346.0020 [73]
68 Michael Carberry 201420141777.000010 [74]
69 Harry Gurney 2014201424832/2618.3300 [75]
70 Jason Roy 20142021431,0347824.045060 [76]
71 Sam Billings  Dagger-14-plain.png20152020293878717.5920161 [notes 4] [77]
72 David Willey 20152019281662113.8300557344/722.38120 [78]
73 Mark Wood 2015202115105*00333233/921.2600 [79]
74 Reece Topley 20152016611*0010353/2434.6010 [80]
75 James Vince 20152019123405928.331050 [81]
76 Liam Dawson 201620186171017.000012053/2730.4020 [82]
77 Tymal Mills 201620174000.00009631/2739.0010 [notes 5] [83]
78 Mason Crane 2017201724811/3862.0000 [84]
79 Tom Curran 20172021285414*13.5000540264/3632.2380 [85]
80 Liam Livingstone 20172017216168.000000 [86]
81 Dawid Malan 20172021241,003103*50.151011211/2727.0090 [87]
82 Jake Ball 2018201824221/3941.5010 [88]
83 Jofra Archer 20192021121918*19.0000282144/3326.5040 [89]
84 Ben Duckett 201920191999.000000 [90]
85 Ben Foakes  Dagger-14-plain.png20192019110 [91]
86 Pat Brown 20192019444*007831/2942.6620 [92]
87 Sam Curran 2019202113662413.2000222113/2828.9000 [93]
88 Lewis Gregory 20192020835157.00006611/1092.0000 [94]
89 Saqib Mahmood 201920206747.000010831/2063.3310 [95]
90 Tom Banton 2019202092057122.771060 [96]
91 Matt Parkinson 2019201923654/4712.2000 [97]

Captains

Paul Collingwood has captained the side in 30 Twenty20 international matches, the second most of any England T20I captain after Eoin Morgan. Paul Collingwood.jpg
Paul Collingwood has captained the side in 30 Twenty20 international matches, the second most of any England T20I captain after Eoin Morgan.
England T20I captains [98]
No.NameFirstLastMatchesWonLostTiedNo ResultWin%
1 Michael Vaughan 200520072110050.00
2 Andrew Strauss 20062009303000.00
3 Paul Collingwood 200720113017110260.71
4 Alastair Cook 20092009101000.00
5 Stuart Broad 201120142711150142.31
6 Graeme Swann 201120113210066.66
7 Eoin Morgan 201220215933232158.62
8 James Tredwell 2013201310001
9 Jos Buttler 201520184220050.00
10 Moeen Ali 20202020101000.00
Total13166582553.17

Notes

  1. Paul Collingwood has also played Twenty20 International cricket for the ICC World XI. Only his record for England is given above.
  2. Ed Joyce has also played Twenty20 International cricket for Ireland. Only his record for England is given above.
  3. Boyd Rankin has also played Twenty20 International cricket for Ireland. Only his record for England is given above.
  4. Sam Billings has also played Twenty20 International cricket for the ICC World XI. Only his record for England is given above.
  5. Tymal Mills has also played Twenty20 International cricket for the ICC World XI. Only his record for England is given above.

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