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One of the most consistent seamers in the England game over recent years, Roland-Jones has claimed 271 first-class wickets since the start of the 2012 season at a cost of 26.66 apiece. Bearing in mind he has played more than a third of those games on an often unforgiving Lord’s surface and those are impressive figures.
Having started out as a batsman – “he set records in colts cricket,” Fraser says – he drifted out of the Middlesex system and onto university.
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Given a second chance with Leeds-Bradford MCCU, he gained from a growth spurt that made him a far tougher proposition as a bowler and, having trailed with both Middlesex and Surrey, was given another opportunity with Middlesex. In contrast to Mark Wood, who he replaces,
he generates decent but far from explosive pace from a long run and a high action. He generally tries to hit the seam and nibble the ball either way, but he can gain a little swing (generally away from the right-hander), too. He remains an attractive, aggressive batsman, with an average in the mid-20s but can be expected to bat at No. 9 in the England order.
He is probably best known for taking a hat-trick that secure the County Championship title at the end of the 2016 season, but he made his England ODI debut on his home ground of Lord’s earlier this season and, having recorded the second-highest score of the England innings with an unbeaten 37 claimed Hashim Amla as his maiden international wicket.
Tom Westley may have tasted the delights of a century against South Africa this summer but for the touring captain, Faf du Plessis, England’s new No3 will not recognise the bowlers he faces on his Test debut on Thursday because of a step up in intensity.
As well as a blossoming county career for Essex over the past three seasons, Westley’s selection for The Oval, in place of the injured Gary Ballance, owes much to the unbeaten 106 he scored against the tourists when playing for the England Lions at New Road last month.
Although Vernon Philander was absent through injury that day, it was the third such success the 28-year-old right-hander has enjoyed against an international attack, with centuries for Essex against Sri Lanka and Australia in the two preceding summers. However, Du Plessis, who also missed the match while on paternity leave, appeared distinctly unperturbed.
“I don’t know anything about Tom Westley,” said the South African captain, who welcomes back Kagiso Rabada after the fast bowler served a one-match banduring the 340-run win at Trent Bridge. “Well done to him for getting a hundred but I can promise you the intensity of a warm-up game versus a Test match … he will play against a different attack.”