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Cameron Green: Career stats, Test, ODI, T20I appearances, Ashes record

All-rounder Cameron Green has been earmarked as a major player across all formats for Australia and has already shown the huge potential he possesses with both bat and ball.

Green came into the national team set-up during the visit of India in the latter stages of 2020 and since then he has put in some highly impressive displays, despite his progress being hindered by several injury setbacks.

Recently he was handed the number four spot in the Test team following a reshuffle that occurred after David Warner retired from red-ball international cricket.

Career record - batting

Matches

Innings

Not Outs

Runs

Highest Score

Average

Test

28

43

5

1,377

174*

36.23

ODI

26

22

8

552

89*

39.42

T20I

8

8

0

139

61*

17.37

Career record - bowling

Matches

Overs

Maidens

Runs

Wickets

Average

Test

28

365

63

1,236

35

35.31

ODI

26

125.4

0

714

18

39.66

T20I

8

20

0

178

5

35.60

Ashes record

Matches

Innings

Not Outs

Runs

Highest Score

Average

8

14

2

331

74

27.58

Overs

Maidens

Runs

Wickets

Average

126.2

26

440

18

24.44

Test qualities easy to see

Green has played in 28 Test matches to date and already has a batting average in the mid-30s, with the expectation that that will rise given that he now has a defined role in the batting order.

With Warner now retired, Steve Smith has moved up to open the batting alongside Usman Khawaja, leaving Green to fill the crucial number four spot.

A maiden Test century against India in Ahmedabad in March 2023 showed Green’s capabilities and his move to number four seemed to pay off in February of this year, when he made a career-best 174 not out against New Zealand in Wellington.

His bowling in Tests has been curtailed by fitness problems, with his lone five-wicket haul coming against South Africa in the 2022 Boxing Day Test match, where he recorded career-best figures of 5-27 in the first innings.

Green has featured in two Ashes series, impressing in the home series of 2021/22, but struggling in England in 2023, when he featured in three of the five matches and averaged 20.60 with the bat and took just four wickets.

ODI role yet to be defined

Green has a highly impressive one-day international batting average of 39.42 but has yet to make an ODI century and has only passed 50 on two occasions to date.

His highest score is 89 not out against New Zealand at Cairns in September 2022, when he and Alex Carey put on a crucial sixth wicket stand of 158 to see the Baggy Greens home by two wickets in a tight contest.

His other ODI half-century cam recently against West Indies at the MCG as the hosts romped to an eight-wicket win and the all-rounder finished unbeaten on 77.

Green, who was a member of the 2023 World Cup-winning squad, has only once taken more than two wickets in an ODI, with his career-best figures recorded against Zimbabwe in Townsville in August 2022, when he took 5-33 in a five-wicket victory.

Twenty20 record very limited

Green has played in just eight T20Is to date, having not made his 20-over international debut until April 2022 and not featured in the format since November of the same year.

Recently he was left out of the Baggy Greens side and given the opportunity to secure a place in the squad for the upcoming T20 World Cup by impressing at the IPL.

His top score in eight T20I innings is the 61 he made against India in Mohali on September of 2022, while he also passed 50 at Hyderabad during the same series.

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