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Cummins detects strength in Australian bowing ranks
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Cummins detects strength in Australian bowing ranks

With Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc picking almost 60% of team’s wickets in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament, it is believed that Australia is relying too much on their new-ball bowling pair. However, Pat Cummins believes that there’s enough support for the veteran cricketers in Australia’s bowling stocks.

Discussing the bowling artillery of Kangaroos, the shrewd cricketer added that Australia has the needed depth to trouble any batting line-up of the competition. The 26-year old reflected on his role of opening the bowling alongside Starc – a thing he is enjoying a lot. Moreover, Cummins believes that his team is on the right track and has the skill-set to claim glory for the sixth time in World Cup cricket.

“I think we do have enough support. Richo (Kane Richardson) and Coults (Nathan Coulter-Nile) have played a bit of cricket but still not heaps. They are always going to get better. I’m also relishing the chance to bowl with the new ball,” said by Cummins who currently has 9 scalps in 4 games of the 10-team event.