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Mitchell Swepson

Australia|Bowler
Mitchell Swepson
INTL CAREER: 2018 - 2022
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Full Name

Mitchell Joseph Swepson

Born

October 04, 1993

Age

30y 143d

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Legbreak

Playing Role

Bowler

A legspinner who can give the ball a good rip - with an increasing collection of highlight-grabbing dismissals - Mitchell Swepson was initially called into Australia's Test squad for the tour of India in early 2017 but a debut would have to wait another five years. His first selection came at a time when he had played only 14 first-class matches, but he had impressed with his wicket-taking ability in less than two full seasons of Sheffield Shield cricket.

In 2015-16, his debut Shield season for Queensland, Swepson took 17 wickets at 37.94 from six games, and he was rushed into the Australia A side for three first-class games against South Africa A and India A in 2016, collecting 14 wickets at 19.35. His development continued thereafter winning the admiration of Shane Warne through his performances for the Brisbane Heat in the BBL.

His international debut came in T20 cricket for Australia on the 2018 tour of England although that remained his only appearance for more than two years. Opportunities in Shield cricket for Queensland stalled due to the nature of the Gabba pitches but he was called up to Australia's squad for the Sydney Test against New Zealand in January 2020 as an option to partner Nathan Lyon. The following summer he took three consecutive five-wicket hauls at the start of the Shield season to cement his place in the Covid-enlarged Test squad as Lyon's understudy for the 2020-21 home series against India - a role he continued to perform the following season against England. Finally, a first cap came his way against Pakistan in Karachi when Australia employed a twin-spin attack although his early foray into Test cricket came with significant toil.
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Mitchell Swepson Career Stats

Bowling

FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
Tests47892458103/555/8945.803.0889.2000
ODIs3315816132/532/5353.666.1152.6000
T20Is88150204113/123/1218.548.1613.6000
FC751261425880122235/3910/17135.923.3763.91061
List A424119141888353/403/4053.945.9154.6000
T20s868217132159793/123/1227.327.5621.6000

Batting & Fielding

FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s4s6sCtSt
Tests4512815*7.005451.85003020
ODIs310222.002100.00000000
T20Is8553214*-23139.13001240
FC7594209716913.12150164.69011206410
List A422381957713.0022586.6601240130
T20s86311410014*5.8896104.160092240
Mitchell Joseph Swepson

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Recent Matches of Mitchell Swepson

MatchBatBowlDateGroundFormat
Queensland vs South Aust81/0 & 0/4716-Feb-2024AdelaideFC
Queensland vs South Aust16*0/3214-Feb-2024AdelaideList A
Queensland vs Tasmania2 & 5*1/14 & 0/4003-Feb-2024BrisbaneFC
Heat vs Sixers--2/1924-Jan-2024SydneyT20
Heat vs Sixers10*0/1919-Jan-2024CarraraT20

Photos of Mitchell Swepson

Mitchell Swepson celebrates a wicket
Mitchell Swepson and Jimmy Peirson celebrate the wicket of Jordan Silk
Mitchell Swepson bowled superbly for his two wickets
Mitchell Swepson dismissed Joe Burns
Mitchell Swepson and Matt Renshaw celebrate Queensland's win
Spinners Matt Kuhnemann (left) and Mitchell Swepson (middle) celebrate a wicket