‘With his pace, Virat might get LBW or bowled’: AUS legend’s message to Jos Buttler ‘bowl all his four overs to Kohli’

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The eighth edition of the t20 world cup is advancing to its later stages and the semi-finals are already being played. In the first match, New Zealand got eliminated and Pakistan made it to the finals. The second encounter is going to be between India and England. Before the match, Australia legend Brad Hogg gave some valuable advice to England skipper, Jos Buttler. He urged the fast bowlers of England to bowl as such so that with the pace of the bowler, he gets LBW or bowled.

Brad Hogg’s advice to Jos Butler

Virat is the leading run scorer in the t20 world cup so far. He scored 3 unbeaten fifties for his team and played some crucial match-winning knocks too. He is one of the biggest hurdles England will face in the Semis. England will try their best to stop this run machine. Brad Hogg former Australian player came forward to give some pieces of advice to Jos Buttler for stopping him. He urged Mark Wood to complete his quota of four overs. He has a good pace and can use the dimension of the field well. He can make Virat LBW or bowl easily. Wood also can disturb Surya.

His statements:

“England have got to have Wood bowling all four of his overs to Kohli and Suryakumar Yadav. When he is bowling to Kohli, he needs to try and have a gap very square on the shorter side and try to get him to play squarer rather than playing in the V. “With his extra pace, the Adelaide pitch just skids a little more than the other surfaces. You might be able to get Kohli LBW or bowled when he is playing square”

Mark wood bowls with 140+ speed and has good bowling action. He is one of the supreme bowler of England’s bowling side. But there are some concerns as he is injured or sustaining some injury. He even skipped practice sessions ahead of the game.

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