Saad Ali

Saad Ali
Current Team
ICC Cricket World Cup
October 5, 1993

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Saad Ali Profile

Saad Ali, a name synonymous with dedication and talent in Pakistan’s cricketing circles, has been making waves in the sport. Born on October 2, 1993, this left-handed batsman has showcased his prowess in domestic cricket, earning accolades and fans alike. With a solid technique and an eye for the gaps, Saad’s batting style is a blend of classic shots and modern-day aggression. His performances in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy have been particularly noteworthy, marking him as one of the top run-scorers in the tournament. This consistency led to his much-deserved international debut for Pakistan, where he further proved his mettle against top-tier teams. Off the field, Saad’s humility and passion for the game shine through, making him a favorite among teammates and fans. As he continues to evolve, the cricketing world eagerly watches, anticipating his next big innings for Pakistan.

Saad Ali Stats

Saad Ali Batting Career Summary

Format Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100s 50s 4s 6s Ct St
ODI 2 2 0 11 7 5.5 23 47.82 0 0 0 0 0 0
FC 74 120 13 4747 232 44.36 9206 51.56 11 25 638 13 75 0
List A 74 65 16 2183 102* 44.55 2537 86.04 1 16 220 17 26 0
T20 13 13 2 333 57* 30.27 268 124.25 0 2 26 7 6 0

Saad Ali Bowling Career Summary

Format Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10w
FC 74 20 469 300 3 1/1 1/11 100 3.83 156.3 0 0 0
List A 74 2 30 19 1 1/9 1/9 19 3.8 30 0 0 0
T20 13

Saad Ali Recent Matches

MATCH Bat Date Ground Format
Sindh vs Central PNJB 54 29-Jan-2021 Karachi List A
Sindh vs Central PNJB 18 26-Jan-2021 Karachi List A
Sindh vs Southern PNJ 78* 24-Jan-2021 Karachi List A
Sindh vs Northern 25 22-Jan-2021 Karachi List A
Sindh vs Khyber 49 20-Jan-2021 Karachi List A

Debut of Saad Ali

Format Match Details Date Ground
ODI Australia vs Pakistan at Dubai (DSC) March 29, 2019 Dubai (DSC)
FC Karachi W vs Lahore S December 28 – 30, 2012 Karachi
LIST A Lahore Lions vs K Dolphins October 28, 2013 Lahore
T20 Islamabad vs Rawalpindi November 12, 2017 Rawalpindi

Notable Achievements

  • Saad Ali was a key member of the 2012 under-19 World Cup.
  • He topped the run-scoring charts in the 2017-18 Quaid-E-Azam Trophy, playing for United Bank Limited, with 927 runs from 10 games.

Style of Play

Saad Ali is a left-handed batsman with a batting style that leans towards the traditional. He also bowls right-arm medium pace.

International Career

Saad Ali made his ODI debut against Australia at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on March 29, 2019.

His last ODI was also against Australia at the same venue on March 31, 2019.

He was selected to tour England in 2018 for a couple of Tests.

Domestic Cricket Performances

  • Saad Ali made his first-class debut in 2012 for Karachi Whites.
  • He had an outstanding performance in the 2017-18 Quaid-E-Azam Trophy, where he scored 927 runs from 10 games for United Bank Limited.

Future Prospects

The links do not provide specific details about Saad Ali’s future prospects. However, given his performances in domestic cricket, he might be considered for future international matches.


  • Saad Ali had a challenging 2012 under-19 World Cup, scoring only 43 runs from 4 innings with an average of 10.75.
  • He has played for teams like Pakistan U19, Pakistan A, Quetta Gladiators, Pakistan, Pakistan U23, Lahore Qalandars, and Washington Freedom.

FAQs of Saad Ali

Q1. When did Saad Ali make his debut for Pakistan in ODIs?

A: Saad Ali made his ODI debut for Pakistan against Australia at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on March 29, 2019.

Q2. How did Saad Ali perform in the 2017-18 Quaid-E-Azam Trophy?

A: Saad Ali showcased his batting prowess in the 2017-18 Quaid-E-Azam Trophy, topping the run-scoring charts with 927 runs from 10 games while playing for United Bank Limited.

Q3. Which teams has Saad Ali represented in domestic cricket?

A: In domestic cricket, Saad Ali has played for several teams, including Karachi Whites, United Bank Limited, and Quetta Gladiators, among others.