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Martin Andersson

England|Batting Allrounder
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Full Name

Martin Kristoffer Andersson


September 06, 1996, Reading, Berkshire


25y 257d

Batting Style

Right hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Medium

Playing Role

Batting Allrounder


Martin Andersson made two county debuts in as many games as the 2018 Championship season neared its end, first being loaned out to Derbyshire for a first appearance against Glamorgan and then being summoned back to Middlesex at a few hours' notice to make his bow against Kent at Lord's. If he was not entirely sure who he was playing for, 12 wickets in four games represented solid beginnings. He also made a T20 Blast appearance against Sussex. Andersson, a genuine allrounder, came through the Middlesex Academy and signed a three-year contract with the county while completing his studies at Leeds University in the meantime. In 2015 Andersson featured in the England Under 19 Development squad and hit 70* against Australia Under 19s at Loughborough. A double stress fracture of the back hampered his progress in the 2019 season, but after focussing on his batting while unable to bowl, he produced a maiden first-class fifty against Division Two champions, Lancashire.
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Career Averages
Batting & Fielding
List A44313344*133.0090147.77009630
List A4413216611/831/83166.007.54132.0000
Recent Matches - Player
Middlesex vs Notts303/87 & 1/4812-May-2022Lord'sFC
Middlesex vs Sussex55 & 44*3/88 & 1/5605-May-2022HoveFC
Middlesex vs Glamorgan71/17 & 1/3321-Apr-2022CardiffFC
Middlesex vs Kent0 & 153/44 & 2/8621-Sep-2021CanterburyFC
Middlesex vs WORCS0 & 450/28 & 3/2212-Sep-2021Lord'sFC
Martin Andersson celebrates with team-mate Ethan Bamber after taking the wicket of Ben Mike
Martin Andersson forces through the off side