India’s death overs bowling conundrum ahead of T20 World Cup

If one were to take the first T20I between India and Australia on Tuesday as a case study of what needs to improve for Rohit Sharma and co., the one area that stands out like a sore thumb is death overs bowling. The big concern is that this is becoming somewhat of a trend. Bhuvneshwar has been one of India’s best death overs bowlers in the recent past but in the last three T20I matches, his performance has been poor.

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