The Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc says that he didn’t change his bowling plan for 13 years. In ODIs, he played 109 matches and took a total of 219 wickets. He has the best strike rate for a bowl with 25.6 SR. The second on the list is Rashid Khan with a strike rate of 26.6. Starc averages just 21.8 with the ball. He has 9 five-wicket hauls in the ODIs.
Mitchell Starc on his wicket-taking ablity
“My plan hasn’t changed for 13 years: bowl full, hit the stumps, try and swing it. That’s been my role for a long time, to try and get wickets up front in the Powerplay. At times that means I’m probably more expensive, but I’m trying to bring in all modes of dismissal, so it’s certainly not a new game plan these last two games. When you’ve got a powerhouse batting unit that India do have, if you can take wickets in the Powerplay it means we sort of control the game in some respects, which is what we did today,”
Mitchell Starc further added that
“We now move on to Chennai, where we’ve got a chance (in) the decider … once we get past that game and then it’s probably more of a focus on the World Cup. There’s parts of this series where the World Cup will be in the back of your mind, but I think predominantly for this group, we’ve still got a chance to win a one-day series in India, which is pretty special,”