Matches (12)
WI v NZ (1)
ENG v SA (1)
Women's Hundred (1)
Men's Hundred (1)
RL Cup (7)
ZIM v IND (1)

Full Name

Glenn James Maxwell

Born

October 14, 1988, Kew, Melbourne, Victoria

Age

33y 309d

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Offbreak

Playing Role

Batting Allrounder

TEAMS

One of the fastest scorers in world cricket, Glenn Maxwell has lit up the limited-overs formats and, at times, shown he can transfer that to the red ball. It is not just his power that worries opposing bowlers and captains. His ability to make unconventional shots appear routine - reverse sweeps and pulls, for example - makes it hard to set fields to cover all of his scoring areas. His audacity comes with risk, and he can exasperate as well as exhilarate, but at his best he can change a game in moments.

In 2017-18 his career entered a confusing stage as he was dropped from the ODI side and then told by new Australia coach Justin Langer to "go and make hundreds" without seemingly being given the opportunities to do so. However, he re-established himself in ODI and T20I sides playing some stunning innings on the tours of India and the UAE. He scored his third T20I century in Bangalore to help Australia chase down 194.

Also a handy offspinner and outstanding fieldsman, he offers an impressive package in one-day and T20 cricket when things click. He made his name for Victoria with a 19-ball half-century against Tasmania in 2010-11, the fastest fifty in Australia's one-day domestic history, and transferred that talent to the international stage. At the 2015 World Cup he blasted a 51-ball hundred against Sri Lanka at the SCG, the fastest for Australia in ODIs and the second-quickest in World Cup history.

Australia have also used Maxwell in Tests but to less effect - patience at the crease has not generally been one of his strengths. However, in Delhi in 2013 he had the distinction of opening the batting and bowling in the same Test, as Australia searched in vain for something to turn their disastrous series around. He scored a maiden Test century against India in 2017 in Ranchi but was dropped following the 2017 tour of Bangladesh. He made a career-best 278 for Victoria against New South Wales in the Sheffield Shield in 2017-18 but could not find a spot in a revamped Australian Test side post the ball-tampering scandal.
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Career Averages
Batting & Fielding
FormatMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s4s6sCtSt
Test714133910426.0757059.471033750
ODI12111113339010834.592689126.06223325123750
T20I8779132017145*30.561315153.383916499390
FC6711210406127839.81553673.3572345963550
List A19617821532314633.904392121.195335171861210
T20366344508309154*28.265479151.655467003941810
Bowling
FormatMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
Test7946234184/1274/12742.624.4257.7100
ODI1219631102909564/464/4651.945.6155.5200
T20I87598041001363/103/1027.807.4722.3000
FC679856803174775/406/7641.223.3573.7310
List A196151500145741014/464/4645.285.4849.5200
T20366245325541471303/103/1031.907.6425.0000
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Glenn Maxwell helped push Spirit's run chase along
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Glenn Maxwell doing fielding practice on the Test tour of Sri Lanka
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