Subodh Bhati2022-03-23T13:47:44+00:00

Subodh Bhati

Date of Birth 29/09/1990
Age 31
NationalityIndian
Player Status Unavailable
Playing Role Bowling All-Rounder (Seam)
Bowling Style RA Fast Medium
Batting Style RH Middle Order Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams Delhi, D.Y. Patil, Air India, Kathmandu Golden Warriors, Lalitpur Patriots, Puducherry

Subodh Bhati is, quite simply, an outstanding white-ball cricketer. His exploits for Delhi, a star-studded side including the likes of Shikar Dhawan, and Rishabh Pant, in recent years lay testament to that.

Since his debut in all formats during his barnstorming 2015/16 season, Bhati has taken over 100 wickets. Given his averages, economy, and strike rates, particularly in List A (19.86 / 4.29 / 27.7) and T20 (21.36 / 7.42 / 17.2) cricket, it’s somewhat surprising that he hasn’t featured in the IPL, despite being a regular training squad member for the Mumbai Indians (2014-19).

Nevertheless, courtesy of his domestic exploits, Bhati has starred in various Nepalese Competitions with success, namely the Everest Premier League (2017 – Lalitpur Patriots), Dhangadhi Premier League (2018 - Kathmandu Goldens), and the Pokhara Premier League (2019 – Kathmandu Golden Warriors).

Bhati announced himself on the domestic scene in some fashion, finishing fourth on the Vijay Hazare Trophy (List A) wicket-charts (18 poles at 14.44) behind Indian stars Jasprit Bumra, Akshar Patel, and Siddharth Kaul. He then captured best figures of 2-13 (3.2) and 4-9 (3) against Andhra and Assam, respectively, during Delhi’s Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy (T20) campaign.

Bhati made his Ranji Trophy (first-class) debut during the same season, picking up his maiden 5-wicket haul (5-48) against Andhra, in only his third red-ball outing.

He has been a stand-out in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy since, with season tally's of 12 at 16.91 (2017/18) and 19 at 13.49 (2018/19), to finish as the second leading wicket-taker in the latter.

However, despite his success across all formats, Bhati hasn’t been a regular starter in Delhi’s Ranji side, perhaps owing to their pace bowling stocks including Indian quicks Ishant Sharma and Navdeep Saini.

Given the lack of opportunities, Bhatti has been signed as one of two "pros" for Puducherry in 2021/21, where he'll be eager to add to his 19 wickets at 28.31 in his 8 Ranji Trophy outings, not to mention 37 wickets at 19.86, and 47 wickets at 21.36, in List A and T20, respectively.

Whilst known predominantly for his bowling exploits, Bhati is quite the explosive batter who initially started his Delhi career batting top 4 in white-ball cricket.

A batter with a T20 strike rate of 155.84, first-class best of 62, and 2 double hundreds in club T20 cricket (201 from 57 balls and 205 from 79 balls), Bhati can lay claim to genuine all-rounder status.

A stunning talent, Bhati really is at the peak of his powers and wants to break onto the T10/20 circuit in future.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

Date of Birth 29/09/1990
Age 31
NationalityIndian
Player StatusUnavailable
Playing RoleBowling All-Rounder (Seam)
Player Status Unavailable
Bowling Style RA Fast Medium
Batting Style RH Middle Order Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams Delhi, D.Y. Patil, Air India, Kathmandu Golden Warriors, Lalitpur Patriots, Puducherry

Subodh Bhati is, quite simply, an outstanding white-ball cricketer. His exploits for Delhi, a star-studded side including the likes of Shikar Dhawan, and Rishabh Pant, in recent years lay testament to that.

Since his debut in all formats during his barnstorming 2015/16 season, Bhati has taken over 100 wickets. Given his averages, economy, and strike rates, particularly in List A (19.86 / 4.29 / 27.7) and T20 (21.36 / 7.42 / 17.2) cricket, it’s somewhat surprising that he hasn’t featured in the IPL, despite being a regular training squad member for the Mumbai Indians (2014-19).

Nevertheless, courtesy of his domestic exploits, Bhati has starred in various Nepalese Competitions with success, namely the Everest Premier League (2017 – Lalitpur Patriots), Dhangadhi Premier League (2018 - Kathmandu Goldens), and the Pokhara Premier League (2019 – Kathmandu Golden Warriors).

Bhati announced himself on the domestic scene in some fashion, finishing fourth on the Vijay Hazare Trophy (List A) wicket-charts (18 poles at 14.44) behind Indian stars Jasprit Bumra, Akshar Patel, and Siddharth Kaul. He then captured best figures of 2-13 (3.2) and 4-9 (3) against Andhra and Assam, respectively, during Delhi’s Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy (T20) campaign.

Bhati made his Ranji Trophy (first-class) debut during the same season, picking up his maiden 5-wicket haul (5-48) against Andhra, in only his third red-ball outing.

He has been a stand-out in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy since, with season tally's of 12 at 16.91 (2017/18) and 19 at 13.49 (2018/19), to finish as the second leading wicket-taker in the latter.

However, despite his success across all formats, Bhati hasn’t been a regular starter in Delhi’s Ranji side, perhaps owing to their pace bowling stocks including Indian quicks Ishant Sharma and Navdeep Saini.

Given the lack of opportunities, Bhatti has been signed as one of two "pros" for Puducherry in 2021/21, where he'll be eager to add to his 19 wickets at 28.31 in his 8 Ranji Trophy outings, not to mention 37 wickets at 19.86, and 47 wickets at 21.36, in List A and T20, respectively.

Whilst known predominantly for his bowling exploits, Bhati is quite the explosive batter who initially started his Delhi career batting top 4 in white-ball cricket.

A batter with a T20 strike rate of 155.84, first-class best of 62, and 2 double hundreds in club T20 cricket (201 from 57 balls and 205 from 79 balls), Bhati can lay claim to genuine all-rounder status.

A stunning talent, Bhati really is at the peak of his powers and wants to break onto the T10/20 circuit in future.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

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