|Batting style||Left-hand bat|
|Bowling style||Slo-arm orthodox|
Source: , 21 April 2007
Khurasiya was included in the 1999 Indian World Cup squad in the , but did not play a single match.
His first class career stretches back to 1989/90, and includes three consecutive seasons (1990–91 to 1993–94) where he scored 5000 runs in a season. Though his career chances were boosted in 2001 by an injury to Sachin Tendulkar, he did not perform quite as well, as his style of play means that on several occasions, he failed to handle short balls.
Amay Khurasiya announced his retirement from first class cricket on 22 April 2007. Later, he was dropped from Madhya Pradesh Ranji team. He told reporters he would continue to serve the game through coaching. He is the only level three coach of Madhya Pradesh.
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