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T20 World Cup: Starc’s ‘simple gameplan’ will brighten Australia’s fortunes, said- I will not care about others, I will follow my mind

Mitchell Starc works on bowling for T20 World Cup

In the T20 World Cup, Australia’s fast bowler Mitchell Starc is going to come down with the simple formula of taking wickets. His intention is to keep things simple. He is going to scare the batsmen with his simple formula. They are going to push them on the back foot. This simple maneuver of Mitchell Starc can look heavy on the opponents of Australia in the tournament. Because, while trying it, they will not even care about others. He has said this openly. He has said that he has nothing to do with what others will do or are about to do. They are just going to do their mind.

In the T20 World Cup, Australia will start its campaign of Super 12 against South Africa on 23 October. Despite being a strong contender, Australia’s team has been deprived of winning the title so far. Aaron Finch’s team will come this time with the intention of breaking that streak. And in that, Mitchell Starc will be one of his main weapons. Starc will be seen playing the T20 World Cup after a long gap of 7 years. However, in the meantime he has played the 2015 and 2019 ODI World Cups.

Apna Toh Simple Hai Funda, said Mitchell Starc

Left arm fast bowler Mitchell Starc played the last T20 World Cup in 2014. He could not play the 2016 T20 World Cup due to injury. Starc said, “I will only focus on my strength in the death overs. And I don’t care what others are doing. He said, “I think white ball cricket we play more consistently than Test cricket. In all three formats of cricket, I try to keep my game plan simple. Stark said these things to ESPNcricinfo.com.

Work done on bowling in death overs

Starc said that his job is to give the team 2 wickets with the new ball in the powerplay. After this, something similar has to be done in the death overs as well. The Australian pacer said, “I just keep my plan simple. I am not one of those bowlers who can bowl 24 different types of slow deliveries. I have picked up a bit of speed and worked on my bowling in the death overs. I think this is the key to my success. Right now I have to improve some things which are improvised.”

Australia has to play a warm-up match against India on 20 October. It is expected that the Indian batsmen will have to face the simple formula of Starc’s bowling on that day.

Also read: T20 World Cup 2021: Pakistan will play against India with 4 bowlers! Babar Azam announced the names


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