30 deliveries from Suranga Lakmal

The role of an opening fast bowler in Test Cricket is sound and simple, other than being vital, that is to try to make opposition opening batsmen play each and every ball and take advantage of the pitch and swing and seam of the new cherry. We talk about big bats, bulky edges when discussing batting these days, but some things never change about Test Cricket when facing up the new harder ball, the tendency to feel the ball to the bat and the vulnerability of the batsmen on and around the off stump in the so called corridor of uncertainty. So as an opening bowler, you have every chance of getting early breakthroughs if you make opening batsmen play as much as possible.

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