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India’s bowling unit can trouble us with pace & swing, says Taylor

Zimbabwe stand-in captain Brendan Taylor feels that the Indian bowling unit will not only trouble his team with swing but also with the pace when the two teams meet in a Pool B match of the ICC Cricket World Cup here on Saturday.

Taylor, who will be playing his last match for the national side as he is migrating to England for a better future, is wary of the current Indian team, one of title contenders in the ongoing mega-event.

“We all know they are a batting powerhouse but they certainly hold their own with the ball. They’ve had proven performances with their spinners, and we see how well they’ve done for India over the years, and even in conditions that are not so suitable for them, they’ve still been very difficult to get away,” Taylor said at the pre-match media conference on Friday.

“Even their new ball bowlers have struck early, where they possibly haven’t done that well in the past, they’re bowling with some good pace, too. That’s certainly good for Indian cricket,”he said.
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