Ever since the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced the Indian team for the T20 World Cup 2022, cricket pundits have been giving their opinion about the squad. In this episode, former Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson has also given a big statement. Johnson says that the combination of bowlers given by India is risky. This former fast bowler says that India has selected less fast bowlers for Australia’s bouncy pitches.
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Johnson, who arrived in India to play the Legends League, told PTI-language on the sidelines of LLC, “If you have put one all-rounder (fast bowling), two spinners and four fast bowlers in the team, then it is a bit risky. But India is looking at playing two fast bowlers and one all-rounder (Hardik Pandya) and two spinners in the playing XI.
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The former left-arm fast bowler said, “In Australia you have to keep three fast bowlers in the team. In Perth conditions, four fast bowlers will have to be hired. I think they have planned and picked the team but it can be risky with just four fast bowlers.
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With this he said, ‘Things like this are funny (that everyone should bowl at 145 plus). If someone can bowl more than 145, you don’t need another person bowling at the same pace. You need people who support each other, work together.
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