Talented with the bat and behind the stumps, Jos Buttler is one of England’s brightest up-and-coming talents. The 24-year-old came to the attention of selectors after impressive performances for Somerset and made his one-day international debut for England in 2012.
His next chance in the ODI side came almost one year later and 2013 proved a bountiful year for the batsman, who scored two fifties and helped England finish runners-up in the Champions Trophy.
Buttler notched his first ODI hundred in May 2014, smashing 121 off 74 balls.
Made his T20I debut against India in Manchester in August 2011.
Playing in his third ICC WT20.
Played two innings of note in the ICC WT20 2014 with 32 against New Zealand and 34 against South Africa.
Has hit England’s three fastest centuries in ODI cricket – the quickest from 46 balls against Pakistan in Dubai in November 2015.
Scored 141 runs in six matches in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 at a strike-rate of 135.57.
Part of the Lancashire team which won the English domestic Twenty20 competition in 2015