Top 5 Fast Bowlers To Watch Out for In This World Cup 2022 In Australia

T20I World Cup super 12 stages will kick off on 23rd October. The excitement of the fans, cheering for their team and their favourite players, around the globe is at its peak. The tournament will be played in Australia. Australian pitches are known for their extreme pace and swing which benefits fast bowlers. This article will show the top 5 young fast bowlers who can be dangerous in this World Cup.

1. Naseem Shah (PAK)


Pakistan is known as the land of pacers. Naseem Shah is another rising star produced by Quetta Gladiators. Naseem bowled brilliantly in the absence of Shaheen Afridi in this Asia cup. He played five games and took seven wickets with an economy of 7.6.  Naseem is among the top 5 fast bowlers to watch out for.

2. Mustafizur Rehman (BAN)

Mustafizur Rehman is a key bowler for Bangladesh. He bowls at different variations which makes him dangerous. Mustafizur is an experienced and astute bowler, he has played 72 T20I games and taken 94 wickets with a great economy of 7.7. Bangladesh’s player is among the top 5 fast bowlers to watch out for. 

3. Lockie Ferguson (NZ)

Lockie Ferguson is a really quick bowler who regular bowls at the speed of 150 KPH. Ferguson will be deadly on Australian pitches with his quick bouncers and yorkers. He has played 21 T20I matches for New Zealand in which he has taken 32 wickets with a reasonable economy of 6.8. New Zealand’s pacer is among the top 5 bowlers to watch out for.

4. Haris Rauf (PAK)


Haris Rauf is another Pakistani bowler who can take wickets in crucial situations. In the past few months, Haris has developed himself a lot and he has now become Pakistan’s main death bowler. Rauf can easily touch 145 to 150 KPH which will help him in Australian conditions and with his variations, he will be a danger to batters.

Also Read: Haris Rauf Cricketing Journey From Zero To Hero

5. Arshdeep Singh (IND)

Arshdeep Singh is a fine young talent for India who has a lot of variations. Singh has previously bowled brilliantly in death overs with cracking yorkers. He has played 13 T20I games for India in which he has taken 19 wickets with an economy of 7.8. The young Indian pacer can be a good replacement for Jasprit Bumrah in this world cup.

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