Name: Abhimanyu Mithun
Date of birth: 25/10/1989
International Team: N/A
Domestic Team: Bangalore Royal Challengers
Bowling Style: Right arm medium
Batting Style: Right-hand
- ODI debut v South Africa at Ahmedabad -February 2010.
- The 6' 2" bowler impressed Bangalore Royal Challengers coach Ray Jennings during trials for the 2009 IPL.
- He followed up a fairly decent IPL campaign with a brilliant Ranji season during which his 47 wickets helped Karnataka to their first final in several years.
- His Ranji form led to a call-up to the national side for the series against South Africa.
- He played only the one match and conceded 63 runs in eight overs without taking a wicket.
International Career Overview
|Career Span:||2010-2011||Innings Bowled:||8|
|Highest Score:||46||Best bowling in Innings:||4/105|
|Career Span:||Innings Bowled:||4|
|Highest Score:||0||Best bowling in Innings:||2/32|
Full International Career History
|Jun 28 2011||West Indies||Barbados||1||0|
|Aug 3 2010||Sri Lanka||1||46|
|Jul 26 2010||Sri Lanka||1||41|
|Jul 18 2010||Sri Lanka||Galle||1||8|
|Jun 28 2011||West Indies||Barbados||1||2/34|
|Aug 3 2010||Sri Lanka||1||0/78|
|Jul 26 2010||Sri Lanka||1||0/117|
|Jul 18 2010||Sri Lanka||Galle||1||4/105|
|Dec 5 2011||West Indies||Sardar Patel (Gujarat) Stadium, Ahmedabad||1||23|
|Feb 27 2010||South Africa||Sardar Patel (Gujarat) Stadium, Ahmedabad||1||24|
|Dec 11 2011||West Indies||MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai||1||2/32|
|Dec 8 2011||West Indies||Nehru Stadium, Indore||1||0/37|
|Dec 5 2011||West Indies||Sardar Patel (Gujarat) Stadium, Ahmedabad||1||1/47|
|Feb 27 2010||South Africa||Sardar Patel (Gujarat) Stadium, Ahmedabad||1||0/63|
Today's Fixtures & Results
India 56-2In-PlayW Indies 182
India need 127 runs to win from 36.1 overs
NSW 226-7CloseTasmania 237
New South Wales trail Tasmania by 11 runs with 3 wickets remainingVictoria 534-6 DecCloseSouth Australia 134-5
South Australia trail Victoria by 400 runs with 5 wickets remainingQueensland 111-2CloseWestern Austral 417-7 Dec
Queensland trail Western Australia by 306 runs with 8 wickets remaining