World Cup 2019: Top 10 Bowlers of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup; From Jasprit Bumrah to Hasan Ali | Apart from Bumrah and Rabda, the 5 fast bowlers in 3 countries will be on the look of the fans
India has the best fast bowler like Jaspreet Bumrah and Mohammad Shami in the World Cup 2019
South Africa more than Kagiso Rabada after the spectacular show in IPL
New Delhi / London There is not much time left in the start of World Cup 2019. Summer season in England will mean the summer season Therefore, fast bowlers can not get the same swing as they usually get in England and Wales. However, some teams have such bowlers who, with their speed, can harass the batsmen with the skill of reverse swing. India has excellent fast bowlers like Jaspreet Bumrah and Mohammad Shami. South Africa bowling attack will depend on Kagiso Rabada. Here are those 5 fast bowlers who will be seen during the World Cup 2019.
Jaspreet Bumrah (India)
Many cricket experts believe Jaspreet Bumrah is the best fast bowler in the world. They bowl at a speed of more than 150 kilometers per hour. Action is such that it is not easy to understand and do not think they will have such speed. He has a weapon of Yorker and Slow bouncer in Death Over. You will be seen aggressively on the face but those batsmen will be able to tell more about him who has bat against this sweet smile baller. In the recent IPL, Bumrah got 19 wickets in 16 matches.
Kagiso Rabada (South Africa)
This 23-year-old South African fast bowler has been debuted in international cricket for only three years. Like Bumrah, many batsmen do not realize their speed even after seeing Rabada. They do not have variety like Bumrah, but despite this they are very dangerous bowlers. The bowler who played for Delhi Daredevils took 25 wickets in 12 matches in IPL 2019. They will also be with Dale Steyn and Chris Morris in the World Cup 2019.
Mitchell Starc (Australia)
Michelle did not play too much cricket before the World Cup 2019. Remain unfit However, this left arm pacer can not be dismissed despite this. They will have the reins of bowling Australia. He was proved to be a hero for Australia by taking 22 wickets in the 2015 World Cup.
Trent Bolt (New Zealand)
Recently, Wasim Akram called him the best left arm pacer in the world. If Stark has the pace then Bolt has both speed and swing. He also had 22 wickets in the 2015 World Cup. Bolt has played 62 Tests and 79 ODIs. The 29-year-old pacer in this IPL did not get the desired success. However, conditions in the World Cup will be favorable and Ken Williamson's team will be more than expected.
Hasan Ali (Pakistan)
24-year-old Hasan Ali is considered the most promising bowler of the new generation of Pakistan. They have both speed and swing. When Pakistan won the Champions Trophy in 2017, Hassan's role was very important. Ali has taken 77 wickets in 44 matches. Captain Sarfaraz and coach Mickey Arthur both have great hopes in the World Cup from Hassan.