New Zealand pacer Trent Boult is one of the finest bowling talents of the modern day cricket. Time and again, the skillful pacer has given a good account of his prowess. This is evident from the fact that he has 255 Test scalps to his name along with 164 ODI wickets and 39 T20I dismissals.
Nursing an injury, Boult was forced to stay out of the opening Test match of the three-game series against Australia. However, now he sits ready and excited to make his mark in the Boxing day red-ball game, scheduled to be played in Melbourne.
Recently, Boult interacted with media where he added that he was frustrated to remain absent from the first game. But, now feels good for the Melbourne Test as the 30-year old aims to record an impressive bowling performance. He admitted the quality of the Aussie unit, but promised to give his best shot to help the Kiwis level the series. Boult will join Tim Southee and Neil Wagner to form a strong pace department for New Zealand.