New Delhi: India have to fight against New Zealand in the World Test Championship next month. In the last few years, Indian fast bowlers have performed brilliantly in Test cricket. In every corner of the world, they have got their iron made. But the spin duo of Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja have also shown great feats over the years.
New Zealand’s fear of Ashwin-Jadeja
New Zealand batsman Henry Nicholls described the Indian fast bowlers as equal to their country’s world-class swing bowlers in terms of ability, saying that in the final of the World Test Championship (WTC), they had spin bowlers of Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja. Is more worried about the danger from the pair.
Let us know that the teams of India and New Zealand will take on the Aegis Bowl ground of Southampton in the first final of the WTC. Its pitch is generally helpful for spinners. Talking to PTI, the Black Caps player, who is running in a great rhythm in the Test, said, ‘India have a very good fast attack and they also have experienced spinners like Ashwin and Jadeja. He has played good cricket all over the world and his bowling is fantastic.
Fast bowler is also fantastic
If there are no complaints of injury, then the Indian team can take part in fast bowling with a trio of Jaspreet Bumrah, Ishant Sharma and Mohammed Shami for the match starting on June 18. He said, ‘Mohammed Shami along with Jaspreet Bumrah and Ishant Sharma has demonstrated their skills over the years which is similar to our fast bowlers (Train Bolt, Tim Southee and Neil Wagner). We are really proud of our bowlers.
New Zealand is doing special preparations
His teammate Devon Conway had the clay filings on the pitch during practice and Nichols (Henry Nicholls) backed his strategy, saying he would play at a ‘neutral venue’ where the spinners were helped. He said, ‘Before coming to England, we did this experiment in the camp. With this, we were able to practice against balls taking more spin. Therefore, while playing at a neutral place, we need to see how the wickets will be there. We also need to be prepared against the bowling of Ashwin and Jadeja.