Kabir Ali is a well known as the Worcestershire seam bowler and bats at short length although with a low-slung action. The right arm medium fast bowler and right handed batsmen has also been a member of the Worcestershire Cricket Board, Worcestershire, Rajasthan, England NCA XI and England A, other than England.
Ali made his debut in the ODIs in 2003 against South Africa; he bowled 22 overs out of which 3 were maidens and he took 3 wickets for 80 runs. In the 2004-05 series against South Africa he took 13 wickets which was his greatest success. He has got opportunities to prove his potential at the International level, against the tours in India and Pakistan. But the year 2006, reversed things for him, for two matches against the Sri Lankan squad he went for more than 7 runs an over, this lost him the place in the team for the following series against Pakistan. The selectors had to take the decision, and withdrew him from the international matches.
Kabir Ali, in his short international cricket career, has played 14 ODIs, in which he has scored 93 runs, at an average of 15.50, with his highest at 39 being not out. As far as his bowling career showcases, in the 14 matches he participated he took 20 wickets for 632, at an economy rate 6.08.