T20 Cricket’s biggest event is getting ready to commence from October 17 to November 14. The T20 World Cup kick starts its campaign with a clash between Oman and Papua New Guinea in the UAE and Oman. Watch ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 live on YuppTV and enjoy nonstop cricket.
Although batters dominate T20 Cricket, it’s the bowling that wins the matches. Taking wickets at regular intervals breaks the rhythm and confidence of the batsmen, and they tend to feel the pressure to save their wickets instead of going over the bowlers. With perfect speed and accuracy, bowlers can tear apart batters’ morale and get them out. We have seen many fast bowlers trouble the best batsmen in the world with their fierce speed and rattle teams.
Let’s check out the top 5 fast bowlers who will play a crucial role in the T20 World Cup.
This talented young Indian pacer can swing the ball while hitting the pitch hard. With his aggressive approach, Shardul Thakur cemented his place in the Indian squad. With prime bowlers like Shami, Bumrah and Bhuvaneshwar, the Indian pace attack looks solid. If the team includes him in the playing XI, he can be an asset to the team. Currently playing for the Chennai Super Kings in the UAE, Thakur has adjusted to the pitch and conditions.
Known for producing quality fast bowlers, Pakistan has tons of talent on the side. The young sensation, Shaheen Afridi is making the most use of his height and constantly bowling quick deliveries at jet speed. Riding high on confidence with his recent success, he can shatter any batsman with speed and accuracy. This young Pakistan left-arm pacer is sure to become tough and tricky to most of the batsmen.
After injuries limited his chances to play for England, Tymal Mills has been called for the T20 World Cup. An aggressive left-arm quick bowler who can swing the ball away from the right-handers, Mills is one of the most explosive bowlers on the England side. A helpful batsman at the lower end, his addition indeed strengthens the team. With his lethal pace, Tymal Mills can threaten any batsmen.
With the skill to swing the ball conventionally, Rabada spearheads the South African pace bowling. Considered as the threat to the world’s best bowlers, Rabada is an important player for the Safaris. It’s evident that batters will find it difficult to face someone like Rabada, who can continuously bowl at a speed of 140-150 kph. The world had already seen his fierce bowling, and it’s time to witness what the T20 world cup has in store for him.
One of the fastest bowlers in Sri Lanka, Chameera, bowls at a speed of 140 kph. His pace generated from right arm action makes him an exceptional bowler in the team. Spearheading Sri Lanka’s pace bowling resources, he is sure to provide some quickfire to the team.
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