Jasprit Bumrah vs Mohammad Amir Statistical Comparison in T20Is

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Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammad Amir

Pakistan’s left arm pacer Mohammad Amir made a comeback from his retirement  he will play for Pakistan in upcoming T20 World Cup. Jasprit Bumrah will be India’s leading fast bowler in the upcoming T20 World Cup. In this article we will draw a head to head comparison between Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammad Amir in T20Is.

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Bumrah vs Moh Amir head-to-head

  • Matches – between Bumrah and Amir, it is Bumrah who has played more number of matches than Amir. Jasprit Bumrah has played 62 T20 matches in his career while Amir played 56 in his career so far.
  • Runs conceded – Jasprit Bumrah conceded 1455 runs in his T20 career while Mohammad Amir conceded 1425 runs in his T20 career so far. In modern day cricket this stat becomes really important.
  • Wickets – in T20I wickets, Jasprit Bumrah is ahead of Mohammad Amir. Bumrah has 74 wickets in T20 format whereas Amir has 64 so far.
  • Best bowling figure in a match – out of Bumrah and Mohammad Amir, Amir has a more impressive bowling figure in a match than Jasprit Bumrah. Amir’s best bowling figure is 4/13 whereas Bumrah’s best bowling figure is 3/11.
  • Average – bowling average is one of the most important stat for a bowler. Amir has T20 bowling average of 22.26 while Bumrah’s T20 bowling average is 19.66. Bumrah is ahead of Amir in this comparison.
  • Economy – both Bumrah and Amir are masters of new and old ball. They are very economical bowlers as well. Bumrah has an economy of 6.55 while Amir’s economy in T20Is is 7.19.
  • Strike rate – in this stat we will compare bowling strike rate of the two bowlers. Bumrah’s bowling strike rate is 17.9 while Amir is 18.5.
Anay Pareek joined Sports Big News in 2019. He is an avid cricket fan who finds deep joy in the intricacies of the game. Through his keen observation and deep appreciation for cricket, he aims to incorporate the same level of accuracy in his writings. He predominantly covers the IPL, World Cup and cricket leagues.