Middlesex Cricket announced on Monday that Indian international fast bowlers Amish Yadav He has signed terms with the club and will join the rest of the 2022 season. Yadav was initially not included in the squad for the Middlesex squad to face Worcestershire at Merchant Taylors School this week and the club has postponed the announcement of his arrival until it is confirmed. It is said that his visa has been approved.
The club received confirmation this morning, confirming that it is registered with the ECB, and Yadav, as a result, has now been added to the Middlesex squad for this week’s game.
Yadav will be available to represent the club in both First Class and List-A formats, playing key roles in the Middlesex County Championship and Royal London Cup campaigns.
The 34-year-old Nagpur-born fast bowler has a wealth of international experience, having played 524 Tests, 77 ODIs and seven Twenty20 Internationals for India 134 times, in which he played for his country. He has taken 273 wickets. Overall, he has taken more than 650 career wickets in all three formats of the game and is the best international return for India at 6 for 88, which he got in the 2018 Hyderabad Test against the West Indies.
Talking about Yadav’s inclusion in the Middlesex squad, Alan Coleman, the club’s head of men’s performance cricket, commented: “It has always been our intention to be a foreign international bowler throughout the season. Keep Shaheen with us, and since Shaheen’s return, Pakistan was looking for the right player to replace him before the start of his blast campaign.
“Yadav is the man. He comes to us with a lot of experience, he’s a proven world-class performer, and not only for the rest of our championship campaign and our chances in the Royal London Cup. “It will be a great role model to work with our young bowlers,” he added.
Speaking further about the Amish, Coleman said: “As a bowler he offers big money. He delivers the ball from the crease wide, can move the ball in both directions, regularly 140 It can go up to a kilometer per hour, and has a vicious short ball, so it will be a real handful for the opposing batsmen in English conditions. “
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