India vs Australia: Jasprit Bumrah and dictating the pace

Hello to all the amazing cricket fans out there. We all know that this year corona virus has harmed a lot and cricket couldn’t take place for longer periods of time in this year. 

It all resumed with England vs West Indies in August and after that the IPL took place in September and October. 

We have witnessed all the cricket so far behind the closed doors i.e. stadiums have been emptied and no fans have been allowed to prevent the spread of the virus.

But,  in a few days’ time from 27th November the most awaited India vs Australia series is about to begin, with the first ODI to be played in Sydney. 

It will be a 2-month long tour for team India who will play 3 ODIs, 3 T20s, and then the 4 tests in the Border Gavaskar trophy from 17 December.

A strong bowling order for India:

This time around it seems to be a strong contest for a spot in the bowling line up of team India 

as the team is filled with all-star bowlers who have performed pretty well in the IPL. 

One player who is sure to secure a spot in the lineup is Jasprit Bumrah. His yorkers in the limited over cricket have always given India an extra edge in match as he knows the ability to provide crucial breakthroughs and control the death overs. 

Mohammad Shami, Mohammed Siraj, Navdeep Saini, Kuldeep Yadav, Umesh Yadav, Ravichandran Ashwin, Yuzvendra Chahal are all part if the bowling line up and will surely give their best to get into the squad.

Bumrah to be the X-factor:

68 wickets in 14 Tests at 20.33 and 104 wickets in 64 ODIs; 109 wickets in 92 T20Is; these are some clear numbers of Jasprit Bumrah which speak for themselves and define how great and an important bowler he is. The team will hope that he can continue his top form and give India the extra advantage over the Aussies.

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