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  1. The Indian bowling attack for the England test series Ishant Umesh Shami Shardul Bumrah Pandya Ashwin Jadeja Kuldeep Does this bowling attack looks like it can take 20 wickets in the tests.
  2. Based on different aspects of bowling action such as run-up, stride, back-foot contact, release and follow-through, which of today's or past pace bowlers has the most beautiful fluent and rhythmic bowling action? My personal favorite bowling actions are dayle styen, Shane bond, waquar, zak, umesh yadav, Shaun Pollock and morne morkal. Name yours who you think are eye catching actions.
  3. So much focus has been on batting, but I think bowling will be the key to a successful overseas campaign, and if you look beyond Shami and Bhuvi, there is anything much in the tank. For example look at Australia 2000s side I am not saying be like the great Australian side of 2000, but it's good indicator how their premier bowlers were backed up by decent bowlers with an assortment of part time bowlers. Australia at it's peak (1997 to 2007) had the following: Spinners: Warne, MacGill, Hogg, Mark Waugh, Symmonds Pace: McGrath, Gillespie, B Lee, Bichel, S Clark, Kasprowicz, Fleming, Bracken, Steve Waugh, Miller, Blewett India with confidence can say have the following: Spinners: Ashwin, Jadeja, Kuldeep, J Yadav Pace: Shami, Bhuvi, Yadav, Ishant, Pandya One can easily see if at least two of the quicks (especially one of Shami or Bhuvi) get injured there is not much too choose from. It's a shame in the last 2 years of so many home games, in dead rubber Test games, India didn't try any newbie quick, even in the game vs Bangla, three quicks played, Bhuvi, Ishan, Yadav Selectors, management and Kohli missed a trick not developing a decent cohort of bowlers, especially quick bowlers, and injuries has always haunted Indian quicks touring abroad. Do India have the bowling resources to launch a successful period to remain No.1 and be successful overseas and at home?
  4. LORD_analyst

    Excellent analysis by sanju manju!!

    manju article- www.espncricinfo.com/story/_/id/21743273/why-shami-yadav-need-change-their-line thats the reason why indian bowlers struggle overseas.
  5. today india's batting was pathetic...but indian pacers ....again proved to be toothless... no bowler got more than 1 wicket ....shameful and please - don't curse bumrah for no-ball..he had 59 other balls ....he bowled half of his bowls on the leg stump..pathetic and bhuvneshwar bowled too wide ....didnt bring lbw into play......this bowling unit will struggle good time in south african tour
  6. i am not disappointed by indian batting ....coz pitch 'mamba' - swing and seaming ..both.. but can indian bowlers take advantage of this?????this will be the real test... my prediction:no
  7. Malcolm Merlyn

    India's No Ball Problem

    How many times in last one year India have taken a wicket on a no ball?3 times in the WT20 Semis and it cost us the Title.Once in the last T20 and once today already.Not only that we also give away a free hit. Where is the bowling coach?Is anyone even looking at that issue?

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