Ponting chooses inbetween bowling attacks of India and Australia

Former Australian captain Ricky Ponting chooses the best bowling attack between of Indian bowling attack and Australian bowling attack.

Ricky Ponting at Australia's net session

At the moment, Indian bowlers are having upper hand in the world cricket with their recent performances. Indian fast bowlers dominated the visitors in the Indian conditions too in their recent home series against South Africa and Bangladesh.

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Jasprit Bumrah is been the sensational fast bowler in the World cricket at the moment in all three formats of the game. At the same time, Ishant Sharma, Mohammad Shami and Umesh Yadav are also in the form of their life at the moment for India.

On the other side, Australian bowlers are continuing their legacy with ease. Recently Australia outclassed Pakistan 2-0 in home. Meanwhile former Australian captain Ricky Ponting had his say between the bowling attacks of India and Australia. The former Australian captain went with Australia as they have good records in both fast bowling and spin bowling all around the world.

“I am taking ours every day of the week. India’s is fantastic; (Jasprit) Bumrah and (Mohammed) Shami have been amazing for the last couple of years and then you put Umesh Yadav into the equation with Ishant Sharma, they’ve got some very, very good fast bowlers. And when you put (Ravichandran) Ashwin and (Ravindra) Jadeja in there, their attack is very good,” he told

“But their spinners struggle more in Australia, Nathan Lyon has a much better record in Australia than the Indian spinners have. And I love the variation we have with Mitchell Starc in the line-up; that left-armer just provides a little bit of something different. And he’s bowling as well as I’ve ever seen him, so there are some even better signs for this Australian attack,” Ponting added.


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