In the backdrop of England's poor batting show in the 2015 World Cup, jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand, Jason Roy became the protagonist of the battle. While most of the leading English men appeared struggling, Roy made the best of his adventurous approach. Having made his ODI debut against Ireland at Dublin in May 2015, Roy's maiden ODI ton came against Pakistan in Dubai, just before the World Cup. However, he played his best cricket under the leadership of Dublin-born Eoin Morgan, who advocated a free-spirited cricket approach. The Durban-born right scored his ODI-best knock of 180 runs against Australia in Melbourne in January 2018. Having played his first T20I against India at Birmingham in September 2014, Roy is yet to make his Test debut.read more
Roy and Wriddhiman Saha made an impactful start to the chase of 165 with their 57-run stand before the English opener combined with captain Kane Williamson to stitch a 60-run partnership.
Skipper Sanju Samson top-scored for the Royals with his 82-run knock to take his side to 164 for five after electing to bat.
Australian opener David Warner was again dismissed cheaply even as the dependable New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson too saw his woodwork being displaced by PBKS pace bowler Mohammed Shami for 1.
Jason Roy played only eight IPL games in his career, scoring 179 runs at 29.83 with one half-century.
With the partnership, the pair also joined Australia's Adam Gilchrist and Matthew Hayden in an elusive list becoming only the second pair in ODI cricket to score three consecutive century stands against India
England's opening pair of Jonny Bairstow and Jason Roy scored 135 runs in 14.2 overs in reply to India's 317 for five.
Making his India debut, Kishan smashed a 32-ball 56 to help India level the five-match series on Sunday.
From Andre Fletcher's stunner at the boundary to Jason Roy's blinder at the point, here are some stunning catches from BBL 10 so far.
With over 200 T20 matches to his name, Roy comes with a wealth of experience and the enviable reputation of a power hitter capable of match-winning brilliance.
Jonny Bairstow and Dawid Malan could be the newest recruits of Big Bash League side Melbourne Stars.
After the T20Is at Southampton, a series that the hosts claimed 2-1, England and Australia will play three ODIs as part of the World Cup Super League at the Old Trafford in Manchester.
In a media statement, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) on Wednesday also informed that Dawid Malan has been named as a reserve.
The opener was hurt during practice at Old Trafford this week and had a scan on Wednesday which revealed the injury.
England's Jason Roy has been ruled out of the England squad for the upcoming T20I series against Pakistan.
It will be a young England side led by Eoin Morgan which will take on Ireland with many first-team stars like Ben Stokes, Joe Root and Jofra Archer rested after the West Indies Test series.
Given a choice between Australia's destructive opener David Warner and Indian maestro Rohit, Roy took the name of the latter
England opener Jason Roy picked one between India's Rohit Sharma and Australia's David Warner as his opening partner.
All cricketing activities have come to a halt due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the future of T20 World Cup in Australia is also in doubt.
While he is a key figure in England's limited-overs sides, Roy has struggled to get a footing in the Test team.
Sarfaraz Ahmed, the captain of Quetta Gladiators team whom Roy is representing in the league, confirmed that a clash had taken place between the two players on the opening day of the tournament on Thursday.