Wicket-Keeper Batter

JOS BUTTLER

Jos Buttler IPL Career & Stats - Rajasthan Royals (RR)
  • DOB: 08/09/1990
  • Country: England
  • Batting Style: Right Hand Bat
  • Bowling Style: -

IPL STATS

Batting
Matches: 82Highest score: 124
50s/100s: 15/5Total Runs: 2831
Average: 39.87Strike Rate: 149.7
Bowling
Wickets: 0Economy: 0
Best Bowling Figures: Average: 0

PROFILE

Picked by the Royals during the 2018 auction, Jos Buttler was one of the three retained players ahead of the 2022 season. A destructive batter, especially at the top, Jos has been setting the pace and the benchmark in the IPL with his fiery performances. ‘Jos the boss’ his first taste of IPL with Mumbai Indians and has since been at his dominant best in the league. His breakthrough season came in 2022, where he struck four incredible hundreds and finished with 863 runs, dominating the race to the Orange Cap and eventually winning it. Jos has built a reputation of dismantling the strongest of bowling attacks with ease, and also played a crucial role for England during their 2019 World Cup-winning title run.

JOS BUTTLER

Wicket-Keeper Batter

  • DOB: 08/09/1990
  • Country: England
  • Batting Style: Right Hand Bat
  • Bowling Style: -

IPL STATS

Batting
Matches: 82Highest score: 124
50s/100s: 15/5Total Runs: 2831
Average: 39.87Strike Rate: 149.7
Bowling
Wickets: 0Economy: 0
Best Bowling Figures: Average: 0

PROFILE

Picked by the Royals during the 2018 auction, Jos Buttler was one of the three retained players ahead of the 2022 season. A destructive batter, especially at the top, Jos has been setting the pace and the benchmark in the IPL with his fiery performances. ‘Jos the boss’ his first taste of IPL with Mumbai Indians and has since been at his dominant best in the league. His breakthrough season came in 2022, where he struck four incredible hundreds and finished with 863 runs, dominating the race to the Orange Cap and eventually winning it. Jos has built a reputation of dismantling the strongest of bowling attacks with ease, and also played a crucial role for England during their 2019 World Cup-winning title run.