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George Bailey Profile | Family Information | Biography

Full Name George John Bailey
Born September 7, 1982, Launceston, Tasmania
Playing role Top-order batsman
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
George John Bailey Profile, Family Information, Biography
 
George John Bailey (born 7 September 1982) is an Australian cricketer, who is the current vice-captain of the Australian ODI team.

George Bailey speaks to the Tasmanian cricket group in Sheffield Shield and Ryobi One-Day Cup matches, furthermore plays Twenty20 cricket for the Kings XI Punjab, beforehand used to play for Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League and the Hobart Hurricanes in the Big Bash League. He additionally headed Kings XI Punjabto the last of IPL 2014. Bailey was affirmed as Twenty20 commander of the Australian national cricket group in 2012, succeeding Cameron White, in an arrangement that finished 1–1. He turned into the second ever Australian to chief a global diversion, without having played an universal amusement some time recently, after Dave Gregory in the first ever Test match. On 1 May 2013, Bailey was published the bad habit chief of the Australian ODI group for the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy.

George Bailey captained the Australian group in India in ODI without Michael Clarke.

In November 2013 was named in the Australian group for the 2013–14 Ashes arrangement against England and played every one of the 5 matches of the arrangement. He was therefore dropped from the Test team

George Bailey International career :
George Bailey was rung for the Odis in New Zealand in right on time 2010 when Michael Clarke returned home for individual reasons - yet did not win a top.

George Bailey was proclaimed as Twenty20 skipper of the Australian national cricket group in 2012, succeeding Cameron White in an arrangement that finished 1-1. He turned into the second ever Australian to chief a global diversion, without having played a worldwide amusement in the recent past, after Dave Gregory in the first ever test match.

When he exited as pioneer for the T20 at Sydney's Stadium Australia and the match at the MCG, Bailey was accountable for another look side. The quick playing allrounder James Faulkner was on his presentation, while the batsman Travis Birt has earned a review about two years after his last global appearance. Other than that return of Brad Hogg to Australian group in the wake of resigning in 2008.

There were feedback over his errand Bailey's most elevated score in the briefest organization is 60 and he has made stand out T20 half-century in the previous three seasons, yet he said batting at No.5 opportunities were frequently limited.

George Bailey headed Australia to triumph in his first amusement. He directed a 31-run annihilation of India in his first match elevating Matthew Wade to the opener's post where he scored 72 .

In second match of the arrangement Australia lost the match and arrangement was leveled. He settled on some rushed choices, for example, sending Matthew Wade at No. 6 given the way that in the first match he had opened and made 72.

Regardless he helped with 32 and his opening substitution Aaron Finch top-scored with 36, yet Shaun Marsh from the start drop neglected to score and the batting was debilitated with the allrounders Daniel Christian and James Faulkner forgot.

George Bailey was named in ODI the squad for the West Indies visit. As a consequence of a harm to Australian chief Michael Clarke, he was incorporated in the first ODI of the arrangement and Bailey top scored with 48 runs in Australia's 204 for 8.

George Bailey was third most noteworthy run scorer in the arrangement with 172 runs behind Kieron Pollard and Michael Hussey. He additionally scored his first half-century.

Amid a T20 arrangement against West Indes, he scored 45 runs in two matches. Like the India arrangement, the West Indies arrangement was finished in tie. Australia won the first match by 8 wickets however lost the second match by 14 runs.

At the begin of visit Ireland & England it was chosen that Bailey would not get a focal contract for the 2012/13 season, notwithstanding being national commander of T20i.

In the fifth ODI Bailey delivered some fantastic cricket, adjusting off his exertions with a 46 from 41 balls to guaranteeing that Australia posted an upsetting aggregate for England.

He was named as the ODI chief of the group without the skipper Michael Clarke and Vice-commander Shane Watson. He headed three Odis in the five match arrangement in which he won two Odis and lost one. He made an amazing 89 amid the win at the MCG to give a decent initial introduction as commander.

George Bailey scored his lady ODI century in a match against the West Indies. Australia had been in a troublesome circumstance at 56/4 when Bailey came in however his 125 not out from 110 balls took Australia to a testing aggregate of 266.

In Nagpur, India. Amid an ODI against India Bailey's arrangement total of 474 is the best by any batsman in a two-sided arrangement. With one match remaining, he has broken the past record of 467 set by Zimbabwe's Hamilton Masakadza in a five-match arrangement against Kenya in 2009.

Amid his score of 156, Bailey went past 1500 ODI runs in just his 32nd innings. Just Hashim Amla has done it speedier in 30 innings. Bailey got to be just the ninth Australian to score 1000 or more ODI runs in a timetable year.

In November 2013, Bailey turned into Australia's 436th Test top in the Ashes and was introduced with the loose green before the begin of play by a previous commander Mark Taylor.

In December 2013, Bailey hit 28 runs off an over from James Anderson in the Third Ashes Test at WACA Ground equalling Brian Lara's record for the most runs off an over in Test cricket.

On the seventh September 2014, George Bailey surrendered as the skipper of the Australian T20i group so as to center exclusively on the ODI World Cup

 
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