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Old 22nd September 2018, 15:20   #1261
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There is an art to swing and seam bowling which involves getting the ball to do enough but not too much. The unplayable delivery rarely takes a wicket, it just beats the edge comfortably. Anderson has long since realised this, I don't think Shami has.
Probably why Anderson takes the Pavilion end at Lords when swing bowlers normally prefer the Nursery end. At he Nursery end the ball does too much and the batsman either leaves or plays and misses. At the Pavilion end it often does just enough to find the edge.
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Old 11th October 2018, 07:40   #1262
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In the recent World t20 qualifiers in Asia, Nepali legspinner Sandeep Lamichhane took 20 wickets off 17 overs at an average of...

2.05!!!
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Old 14th October 2018, 11:18   #1263
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Jason Holder's bowling.....

At the end of 2017 his bowling average was 38.52 econ 2.58 s/r 89.2. He had taken 1 5fer in his 29 Tests.

6 Tests in 2018 with his average down to 28.30 with 4 5fers.
33 wickets at 11.87!!!

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Old 14th October 2018, 13:22   #1264
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Bowlers still bowling

564 - Anderson (36)
433 - Broad (32)
430 - Herath (40)
421 - Steyn (35)
417 - Harbhajan (38)
336 - Ashwin (32)
318 - Lyon (30)
256 - Sharma (30)
220 - Southee (29)
215 - Boult (29)
214 - Siddle (33)
205 - Philander (33)

196 - Al Hasan
186 - Starc
185 - Jadeja
173 - Shah
167 - Panesar
163 - Roach
151 - Hazelwood, Rabada
149 - Wagner
145 - Ali
130 - Taylor
128 - Shami
125 - Finn, Perera
117 - Lakmal, Yadav
115 - Gabriel
113 - Ojha
112 - Stokes
110 - Bishoo
107 - Amir

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