Chris Jordan Profile: One of the West Indies-born cricketers of England, Jordan went to school in Barbados. He is a strong bowler who can generate some good bounce from the wicket and is also efficient in bowling yorkers. He has played all formats for England but has recently become a valued commodity in T20 leagues.
Chris Jordan’s International Debut: Jordan first played for England in 2013, against Australia in an ODI. He showed promise in his first game and not surprisingly, went on to make his debut in the other two formats as well.
Chris Jordan’s Test Record: The English seamer wasn’t able to have a long stint in the English team. He did have some success in the 2014 home season against India but faded away from the scene. His Test record consists of just eight matches, the last one coming in 2015.
Chris Jordan’s ODI Record: Jordan’s ODI career also didn’t succeed as expected after his first appearance on the scene. However, he did make a comeback into the team last year. But with other options around, he will have to struggle to make it back into the team.
Chris Jordan’s T20 Record: In the T20 format, the 32-year old has been experiencing a bit of a resurgence. With his ability to bowl good yorkers, he is back in the English fold. In all, he has been part of 60 games of the shortest format and has taken 59 wickets.
Chris Jordan’s IPL Record: In 2016, Jordan was acquired by Royal Challengers Bangalore and he represented them in nine matches. Not being very successful, the next two seasons saw him playing one game each before he made a comeback in 2020 and played nine more matches, picking up nine wickets.