Jason Mohammed

West Indies
Age
September 23, 1986 (35 years)
Role
Batsman
Birth Place
Trinidad
Batting Style
Right Handed
Nationality
West Indies
Bowling Style
Off break

Jason Nazimuddin Mohammed is a West Indian cricketer who was born on 23 September 1986 in Barrackpore, Trinidad and Tobago. Jason Mohammed is an attacking right-handed batsman and a part-time right-handed spin bowler who has played T20Is and ODIs for the West Indies team and many first-class and List A matches in the West Indies. Jason made his domestic debut for Trinidad and Tobago in 2006 and also made his debut for the West Indies in the Under-19 World Cup the same year.

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Team played

West Indies, West Indies A, Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies Under-19, West Indies Cricket Board President XI, Guyana Amazon Warriors, Trinbago Knight Riders, St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, Curepipe Crushers

Test

Jason Mohammed has not made his debut for the West Indies’ Test team yet.

ODI

After performing well in the domestic arena and representing the West Indian U-19 team, Jason Mohammed made his International ODI debut on 11 December 2011 against India in Chennai. He scored just 2 runs in 21 balls on his debut. Due to his bad form in ODIs, he has got very few opportunities in the team and he has just played 31 ODIs for the West Indies until now. In 31 ODIs, he has scored 596 runs from 27 innings at an average of 22.92. He has scored just 4 fifties in his ODI career. With his bowling skills, he has picked up 2 wickets so far in ODIs.

He has played his last ODI for the West Indies against Bangladesh in 2021. He also got an opportunity to lead the team as a captain in an ODI on 29 September 2017 against England as Jason Holder missed that match due to personal reasons. He scored 25 runs in that match. Unfortunately, in that match, he had to suffer a defeat against England as England won by 9 wickets.

T20I

After a long wait for his debut in T20Is, Jason Mohammed finally made it against Pakistan on 1 April 2017. He scored 17 not out from 15 balls in that match. In a total of 9 T20Is, he has scored 90 runs with 23 as the highest score in an innings. He has not picked up a wicket in these 9 matches. He played his last T20 against Pakistan in 2018.

Records and Facts

Jason’s domestic career has been more successful than his International career. He has 4013 runs from 83 matches in first-class and 2885 in List A cricket from 99 matches. In total, he has 16 hundreds in domestic cricket, whereas he has not scored a single ton in international cricket so far.