Talented Indian left-arm seamer Arshdeep Singh will play five first-class matches for Kent during the upcoming England County season in a bid to hone his skills.
Arshdeep Singh started with no ball over (BCCI)
Kent County made the announcement on its website.
“Kent Cricket is delighted to announce that India international bowler Arshdeep Singh will be available to play for the county in five LV=Insurance County Championship matches between June and July, subject to regulatory approval,” he said the press release.
Signing for Kent for two months this summer, Singh said: “I’m excited to play red-ball cricket in England and continue to improve my skills in the first-class game. I look forward to performing in front of the Kent members and supporters. ; Rahul Dravid has already told me it’s a club with a great history.”
As the Indian team heads to the UK after the IPL, Arshdeep will also spend the entire month of June and July honing his red-ball skills.
Arshdeep made his ODI debut in New Zealand last November and has made 29 international appearances for India to date, including a standout ICC T20 World Cup in Australia in 2022.
In his seven career first-class matches so far, he has taken 25 wickets at an average of 23.84 and an economy of 2.92.
He will become the fourth Indian player to wear the white horse competitively after Kanwar Shumshere Singh, current India coach Rahul Dravid and 2022 foreign bowler Navdeep Saini.
Kent’s director of cricket Paul Downton said: “We are delighted to have a player of Arshdeep’s potential join us for five matches this summer. He has shown that he has world-class skills with the white ball and I am very he will surely be able to take advantage of these skills with the red ball in the County Championship.”
A further announcement regarding overseas players for Kent in the LV= Insurance County Championship this season will be made in due course.
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