Shane Watson on India’s Fast Bowling: Former Australian cricketer Shane Watson believes that the weakest link of Team India in the upcoming T20 World Cup will be fast bowling. Watson has said this regarding the possible absence of Jasprit Bumrah in the T20 World Cup. He has said that whether India’s fast bowlers are able to play better in Australian conditions or not, it will be a big question.
Shane Watson has said, ‘India have good batsmen to do well in Australian conditions but the biggest question here is about their fast bowling. Spin bowlers Axar Patel and Yuzvendra Chahal are excellent in every situation but without India’s fast bowling and especially Bumrah who plays the most important role for the team in pressure situations, the rest of the teams will take advantage and Team India will suffer. Will happen.’
‘If Bumrah is not available, take Siraj’
Watson believes that India needs a bowler who can consistently bowl at a speed of 140 km / h in the absence of Bumrah. Watson says, ‘For India, fast bowling is definitely a matter of concern. In such a situation, if Bumrah is not there, then Siraj can be his better option.
‘Siraj has that ability, which is not in other bowlers’
In praise of Mohammad Siraj, Watson says, ‘The speed with which Siraj bowls, the ability to swing the ball and then 150 km / h, then it is the new ball as well as the last overs of the match. I can also do well. He has things that other Indian bowlers don’t have.