ICC Cricket World Cup: Top fast bowlers in World Cup 2019

Top fast bowlers in World Cup 2019 – The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 is all set for a mega show of cricketing events. Though the batsmen have ruled the roost of the affairs on the field in the recent past, the participating teams have nurtured some fiercest fast bowlers as well to tackle the batting prowess. We look at some of the bowlers to look for in this edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup.

Top fast bowlers in World Cup 2019

Mitchel Starc (Australia)

मिचेल स्टार्क

The left arm pacer will be on the top reckoning when he steps for probably the last time in a world cup match and he would like to do the most of the damages for his team with the new ball. With an average speed lying anywhere between 144-148kmph, Mitchel Starc would like to spit the fire when it would matter the most. He also possesses a fiery short ball which the bowler has been seen working on in the recent test series against India and Sri Lanka as well.

Jasprit Bumrah (India)

जसप्रीत बुमराह

Another bowler to look out for this world cup would be the Jasprit Bumrah whose rise to the top spot of the ICC bowlers chart is another fairy tale story. The lanky pacer with a straight unorthodox bowling action would be keen to replicate his success over the year to give his team an early momentum. He would share the responsibility of handling the new ball with experienced Bhubaneshwar Kumar.

Mohammad Shami (India)

Mohammad Shami

With impressive performances in India’s tour to Australia and New Zealand and the recently concluded IPL, Mohammad Shami would very well be the bowler to look out for this world cup in England and Wales. Along with the ability to move the bowl both sides, he also possesses the ability to bowl perfect Yorkers and slow bowl bouncers to trump any batsman.

Top fast bowlers in World Cup 2019

Lockie Ferguson (New Zealand)

Lockie Ferguson

A genuine pace engine who can easily hit high speeds, Lockie Ferguson is the kind of bowler a team needs to put the opposition on the back foot right from the word go. The pacer would share responsibility with the experienced duo of Trent Boult and Tim Southee to make early inroads into the opposition sides.

Shaheen Afridi (Pakistan)

Shaheen Afridi

The 19-year old Pakistan pacer has a surname which ruled the Pakistani cricketing circuits for decades. For a teenager, the tall pacer can generate ample speed to rattle any opposition on his day and can be a menace on the swinging tracks. If nurtured well, Shaheen Afridi could very well be the bowler the Pakistani team has failed to find in the recent years.

Kagiso Rabada (South Africa)

कसिगो रबाडा

Kagiso Rabada has made a name that sends chilling trends to the batting sides across any side. With an impressive IPL where he took 25 wickets in 10 matches, he has eyes set on his first world cup appearance in England and he would love to make that count. With the experience of Dale Steyn by the side, he could very well be the find of this decade as far as the genuine fast bowling is concerned.

Dale Steyn (South Africa)

Dale Steyn

He might be over 35, he might carry niggles but he cannot be ruled out when fast bowling is being considered. Once considered the most brutal and complete fast bowler of the decade, Dale Steyn is back to impress again with new found fitness and energy. He would carry the lamp of South African bowling with the help of Kagiso Rabada and Lungi Ngidi by his side.

Top fast bowlers in World Cup 2019

Lungi Ngidi (South Africa)

Lungi Ngidi

Another South African pacer to look for in this ICC Cricket World Cup would be Lungi Ngidi. With well disguised slower Yorkers and pacey bouncer, he was once termed a complete pace bowler by the MS Dhoni – the legend himself. The newfound pace battery would be delighted to make a mark in this edition of the world cup.

Lasith Malinga (Sri Lanka)

सेपारामाडू लसिथ मलिंगा

Lasith Malinga would look at his performances in the world cup and would look to give one more try to take his team home before he hangs his boots. With 2 world cup hat-tricks on his name, Malinga found his lost slingers at the last time to take Mumbai Indians to victory in the IPL defending 1 run on the last ball. He could very well be the inspiration that the Sri Lankan team look forward to gaining their lost momentum as well.

Mustafizur Rahman (Bangladesh)

मुस्तफ़िज़ूर रहमान

With a meteoric rise in the world cricket, Mustafizur Rahman saw the hard side of the cricket when he started getting obvious on his bowling marks. But Mustafizur did show the rhythm in the last tournaments that his team played to be in the reckoning. The opposition must be wary of his accurate Yorkers at the deaths which are his strength.

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