Vikram Singh

Team Kings XI Punjab Kings XI Punjab
Role All Rounder
Born Sep 17, 1984
Nationality India India
Team History
Kings XI Punjab Kings XI 2014 - present
India National Cricket Team India 2003 - 2008

Vikram Singh bats right handedly and bowls right arm medium fast in the India cricket team. He has also played for Rajasthan Cricket Association President’s XI, Punjab, Kings XI Punjab, Indian Board President’s XI and India Under-19s.

Singh played his first One day International on 12th April 2006 at Jamshedpur against England. He scored 8 runs in 13 deliveries at the No. 10 batting spot. He bowled 5 overs in which he could not take any wicket and in which 33 runs were scored. None of these overs were maidens. England won this match by 5 wickets with 44 deliveries remaining. The debut Test match of Singh was played from 2nd to 6th June 2006 at St. John’s against West Indies. In the 1st innings, he scored 2 runs in 8 deliveries. He bowled 15 overs, out of which 1 was maiden, conceded 61 runs and took 2 wickets. In the 2nd innings, he did not get an opportunity to bat. Although he bowled 11 overs, he could not take a wicket. His 3 overs were maidens and 35 runs were scored in the remaining overs. This match was drawn.

Career Highlights

In the 5 Test matches Singh played, he took 8 wickets in the 669 balls he bowled and gave away 427 runs in these. His strike rate was 83.6, bowling average 53.37 and economy rate 3.82. He participated in 2 One day Internationals and bowled 72 deliveries. The batsmen scored 105 runs in these overs and Singh failed to take a wicket. His economy rate was 8.75.

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