World Cup 2023: The eyes of the whole world will be on these 5 fast bowlers in the World Cup, they can single-handedly change the course of the match.

Top-5 Pacers To Watch Out In ODI World Cup 2023: ODI World Cup 2023 will be hosted by India, which will start from October 5. Along with spin, everyone’s eyes will also be on the fast bowlers on Indian pitches. This time, many such fast bowlers will be seen in the World Cup, who will be a part of the tournament for the first time. But we will tell you about five such bowlers, who are capable of single-handedly changing the match in the World Cup. These bowlers were also seen in action in the 2019 World Cup  Were. 

1- Mitchell Starc

Left-arm Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc was the leading wicket-taker in the 2019 ODI World Cup with 27 wickets. Starc is such a bowler who troubles the straight-handed batsmen with inswing with the new ball and creates problems for the batsmen with reverse swing after the ball becomes old. 

2- Kagiso Rabada

South Africa’s star fast bowler Kagiso Rabada is known for his fast pace and accuracy. Rabada can create problems for any batsman with the new ball. Rabada can prove to be the main weapon of Africa this time. 

3- Trent Boult

New Zealand’s left-arm fast bowler Trent Boult proves to be a threat to right-handers with the new ball. It is almost certain that he will create problems for the batsmen with the new ball in the World Cup. In the 2019 World Cup, Bolt took 17 wickets in 10 matches. 

4- Jasprit Bumrah 

Jasprit Bumrah will be India’s main fast bowler in the World Cup. Bumrah, who returned from injury some time ago, has appeared in good form so far. In the 2019 World Cup, Bumrah took 18 wickets in 9 matches at an average of 20.61. 

5- Shaheen Shah Afridi

Pakistan’s left arm fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi can trouble any batsman with his fuller length with the new ball and show the way to the pavilion. Shaheen was seen playing in the 2019 World Cup, where he took 16 wickets in 5 matches at an excellent average of 14.62. 


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