Steven Finn


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Steven Finn made his way on to the international cricket scene in 2010 at just 20 years of age.

His debut first-class appearance for Middlesex came when he was 16-years-old and the quick was soon earmarked for success.

Consistent domestic performances saw him called into England’s Test squad for the first time in March 2010, replacing an injured Ryan Sidebottom on the tour of Bangladesh.

Finn played his first two Tests in that series and maintained his spot, taking 14 wickets in the 2010-11 tour of Australia.

Finn only played one Test in 2011 but remained in the thoughts of selectors who handed him his one-day international debut in January 2011.

Finn has had to battle for and injury concerns but still remains in the mix for all three formats.


England seal series, Finn claims 100th ODI scalp

Steven Finn notched a ton of ODI wickets, while an unbeaten 102-run stand between Joe Root and Chris Woakes got England home in the second ODI against the Windies

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Finn's quick thinking highlights England win

Eoin Morgan’s 10th one-day international century and four wickets each to Liam Plunkett and Chris Woakes helps England to beat the West Indies

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Finn's stunner to dismiss Smith

England quick Steven Finn has taken a classic catch to end the innings of Australia skipper Steve Smith (restrictions apply)

Finn ruled out of Ashes series with knee injury

Towering quick suffers torn cartilage in left knee and will fly home to the United Kingdom

England duo to miss warm-up matches

England quick Steven Finn and allrounder Moeen Ali ruled out until mid-November

England suffer dual injury scare

England quick Steven Finn and allrounder Moeen Ali ruled out of first tour match with injury concerns