Mitchell Starc to Slow Down His Pace?
According to Mitchell Starc he is currently working on his bowling action he has planned to slightly change in his bowling action. Mitchell Starc’s previous bowling action has provided him with success but Starc has faced many injuries due to bowling action. Mitchell starc admitted rather to bowl slow and be fit compared to bowl fast and injured himself. This article deals with Mitchell Starc to Slow Down His Pace?.
Faced problem due to Pace bowling:
However, we all know that Starc has established himself as one of the dangerous and feared Test bowlers across the world. Earlier this year when Australia tour to South Africa Mitchell Starc had to miss a test match dues to right leg foot injury.
This was consecutively the fourth instance, when Mitchell Starc had to miss a test match in a series due to injury.Mitchell Starc has recovered from the Right leg foot injury and is training himself for the Pakistan tour for next month in UAE. Starc is training to shorten up the run-up to ease the toll on his right leg, keeping in mind about the upcoming event like 6 Test matches at Home, World Cup 2019 and The Ashes.
Threat In Asia for Starc:
Starc has been a bigger threat in Asia than anywhere else. Since his wicketless performance in the first test against India in the year 2013 compared to other pace bowlers Starc has picked more wickets in the pitches of sub-continents.He dominated and bagged 24 wickets in his name in the 3 Match Test series against Srilanka on their home soil in 2016, it was a great achievement by an Aussie quick bowler. We all know Starc is familiar with Kookaburra Ball as compared to SG balls.
Australia tour of Pakistan(UAE) Team Squad:
Test Team Squad: TimPaine (C), Ashton Agar, Brendon Doggett, Aaron Finch, Travis Head, Jon Holland, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Nathan Lyon, Mitch Marsh, Shaun Marsh, Micheal Neser, Matthew Renshaw, Peter Siddle, Mitchell Starc.
Schedule and Fixture:
Schedule: 29th September 2018 – 2nd October 2018 – Tour Match vs Pakistan ‘A’.
October 7-11- First Test match
October 16-20- Second Test Match.