Amit Mishra is a right handed batsman and legbreak bowler who represents Delhi Daredevils in the IPL. The other teams for whom he has played are India, India Blue and Haryana. Presently, he has been retained by the Deccan Chargers team to play at the IPL 5 season 2012.

Amit Mishra debuted in ODI cricket during a match between India and South Africa at Dhaka (Bangabandhu National Stadium) on 13th April 2003. He was the No. 11 batsman, but did not get an opportunity to bat. He bowled 5 overs, conceded 29 runs and took 1 wicket. This match was won by India by 153 runs.

Mishra participated in a Twenty20 match on 30th May 2008 at Mumbai. This was the 1st semi-final of IPL 2008 and Delhi Daredevils and Rajasthan Royals clashed in this encounter. Mishra picked up 2 wickets in the 4 overs which he bowled, while giving away 37 runs. He came in to bat at the No. 8 batting slot and was clean bowled on a personal score of 2 in 5 balls. Rajasthan Royals was victorious in this match by 105 runs.

Team Lucknow Super Giants Lucknow Super Giants
Role Bowler
Born 24 Nov 1982
Nationality India India
Team History
Rajasthan Royals Rajasthan Royals 2020 - present
India National Cricket Team India 2020 - present
Lucknow Super Giants Lucknow 2023 - present
Delhi Capitals Delhi Capitals 2020 - present
Gujarat Lions Gujarat Lions 2020 - present
Sunrisers Hyderabad Sunrisers 2020 - present
Rajasthan Royals Rajasthan Royals 2014

Career Highlights

Amit Mishra has appeared in 74 Twenty20 matches wherein he has bowled 1633 deliveries and conceded 1835 runs while taking 99 wickets. His economy rate was 6.74 and bowling strike rate was 16.4. In 15 ODIs, he has made 2 dismissals in 763 balls during which 575 runs were scored. His economy rate was 4.52 and bowling average was 30.26.

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    Rajasthan Royals are still considered the uongrddes of IPL2 even though they won the cup last year i believe they ll repeat history.Although the team is not very balanced but the return of SHANE O Watson would surely help their cause.Until then, players like Carseldine would help the lone saviour-Y.K Pathan.After watsons return they surely have the ingredients of making it to the top 4.