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Old 04-06-2009, 05:19 PM
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Default India's bowling options

India is struggling to find their prime bowlers to fire before T20 WC.Only Ishant Sharma was successful to make a mark in the warm up matches.Praveen, RP, Irfan have failed to bowl with good line and length.India have decided to play with two spinners and hence one fast bowler has to sit.Ishant is sure to play as far as his present performance is confirmed.RP was leading wicket taker in IPL 09.Irfan can work as perfect all-rounder and has vast experience in T20.I think Praveen has to sit out with injured Zaheer.I think India must only play with 1 spinner because of English conditions and they can always rely on young Jadeja and also Yusuf Pathan's nagging bowling which always disturbs the batsmen.India can also sneak some over with Yuvi,Rohit as well.India will have to think upon their bowling options.
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Old 04-06-2009, 09:30 PM
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Yes India has to really think upon this.A good bowling attack is must to win a match.In my point of view, India should go with onlu one spinner and two specialist fast bowler and the rest should be rested upon the allrounders.This will be a great combination.
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