Twenty-four cricketers have represented two teams in top-level international cricket.

  • 14 have played Test cricket for two different nations

  • 9 have played One Day International (ODI) cricket for two teams

  • 5 have played Twenty20 International (T20I) matches for two teams

  • 4 have played for two teams in 2 different international formats


Crickets who played Test Cricket for Two countries

  • Billy Midwinter - England (1881–82) & Australia (1877–87)

  • Billy Murdoch - Australia (1877–90) & England (1892)

  • J. J. Ferris - Australia (1877–90) & England (1892)

  • Sammy Woods - Australia (1888) & England (1896)

  • Frank Hearne - England (1889) & South Africa (1892–96)

  • Albert Trott - Australia (1895) & England (1899)

  • Frank Mitchell - England (1899) & South Africa (1912)

  • Nawab of Pataudi (snr) - England (1932-34) & India(1946)

  • Gul Mohammad - India (1946-52) & Pakistan (1956)

  • Abdul Hafeez Kardar - India (1946) & Pakistan (1952-58)

  • Amir Elahi -  India (1947) & Pakistan (1952)

  • Sammy Guillen - West Indies (1951–52) & New Zealand (1956)

  • John Traicos - South Africa (1970) & Zimbabwe (1992–93)

  • Kepler Wessels - Australia (1982–85) & South Africa (1992–94)


Crickets who played ODI Cricket for Two countries

  • Kepler Wessels - Australia (1982–85) & South Africa (1992–94)

  • Clayton Lambert -  West Indies (1990–98) & USA (2004)

  • Anderson Cummins - West Indies (1991–95) & Canada (2007)

  • Dougie Brown -  England (1997–98) & Scotland (2006–07)

  • Geraint Jones - England (2004–06) & PNG (2014)

  • Ed Joyce - England (2006–07) & Ireland (2011–15)

  • Eoin Morgan - Ireland (2006–09) & England (2009–16)

  • Boyd Rankin - Ireland (2007–12) & England (2013–14)

  • Luke Ronchi - Australia (2008) & New Zealand (2013-16)


Crickets who played T20I Cricket for Two countries

  • Ed Joyce - England (2006–07) & Ireland (2011–15)

  • Eoin Morgan - Ireland (2006–09) & England (2009–16)

  • Luke Ronchi - Australia (2008) & New Zealand (2013-16)

  • Dirk Nannes - Netherlands (2009) & Australia (2009-10)

  • Boyd Rankin - Ireland (2009–16) & England (2013)

  • Roelof van der Merwe - South Africa (2009–10) & Netherlands (2015)