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Rahul Dravid on icc odi world cup countdown & indian bowlers performance | Dravid said – the possibility of a high-scoring match in the World Cup, our bowler is capable of taking wickets anywhere

Indian bowlers took 202 wickets in a year
Afghanistan is playing for World Cup for the second time, painting of spinner Rashid Khan on the walls
Justin Langer said: viewers can hoot Steve Smith and David Warner

Sports desk Former Indian cricketer Rahul Dravid says that there is a possibility of getting high-scoring wickets in the World Cup in England, but the Indian bowler is capable of taking wickets on any pitch. Dravid is currently the coach of the India-A team and the Under-19 team. He said – 'I went to England last year with junior teams also. Match here can be high-scoring. The team that takes wickets in the middle overs can make pressure on the batsmen before the start of the death overs. '

In the last one year, India is on top of taking the most wickets in ODIs. Indian bowlers have taken 202 wickets in 27 ODIs in a year. South Africa, which has 169 wickets in 21 matches, is in second place. Pakistan also played 27 matches in a year, but only 140 wickets.

Virat, Dhoni's presence are the positive side of the team: Dravid
On the captain Virat Kohli, Rahul Dravid said, "He is such a player who brings improvement in match-by-match himself. Virat gives full support to the players and it is very important for a captain. ' On the role of former captain MS Dhoni, Dravid said, "They know how to get pressure from big matches. They play big matches like this, for them it is not a big deal. "

India's largest match and wicket in a year

Team
Match
The wicket

India
27
202

South Africa
21
169

England
24
151

Australia
21
143

Bangladesh
22
142

Pakistan
27
140

Sri Lanka
20
116

West Indies
21
109

New zealand
14
106

Afghanistan
14
98

In the strike rate. Africa First, India at number four
South Africa is number-one in the bowling strike rate from May 2018 to May 2019. African bowlers got wickets at every 31.3 balls. New Zealand (35.6) second, Afghanistan (36.2) third, India fourth (36.6), England (36.8) fifth, Sri Lanka (38.8), Australia (42.1) seventh and Pakistan (47.6) is at the bottom 10th position.

Langer said: 'Warner-Smith may be hooting'
Justin Langer, the head coach of the Australia team, says that during the World Cup in England, his team could be hitting enough on the side of Steve Smith and David Warner. Both the players were banned due to ball tempering in 2018, which is now complete and both are returning to the team. For this reason, Langer has expressed the possibility of hooting the two.

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