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Top 5 Medium Pacers In India

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Introduction

In this year’s IPL auction, all eyes were on the medium-pace bowlers that get picked up by the various teams. These players are crucial to any team, but what separates the good and bad ones? In this post, we look at India’s top 5 medium pacers and the key attributes that make them so dangerous on the field.

India has many medium pacers, especially in the current era. Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mohammed Shami, and Jasprit Bumrah are some of the best bowling options for India in this format. With them at the top of their games, India can look to take on any team with ease based on trending cricket news:

Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Bhuvneshwar Kumar is a right-arm medium-fast bowler. He was born on 30th September 1990 in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. He plays for the national cricket team and represents Rajasthan Royals in IPL.

At the age of 17, Kumar made his first-class debut against Bengal. He has competed in the Duleep Trophy for Central Zone and Uttar Pradesh. He scored his first duck in first-class cricket when he dismissed Sachin Tendulkar in the final of the 2008/09 Ranji season.

Mohammed Shami

Mohammed Shami is one of the best medium pacers in India. He has a good record in tests and ODIs and plays for Sunrisers Hyderabad in IPL.

Mohammad Shami, a fast bowler, has established himself in the India lineup since he made his one-day international debut in January 2013.

Shami came up through the domestic ranks and had an excellent first season in 2010-11; however, he wasn’t considered for national selection until 2012-13, when he took 28 wickets for Bengal in the Ranji Trophy season.

In a memorable Test debut against West Indies at the end of 2013, the quick took nine wickets. After that, it went well in South Africa and New Zealand. Even though it was harder to get wickets on the mid-2014 tour of England, Shami stayed in the national ODI team.

In Test cricket, Shami has two five-wicket hauls.

He has taken the most wickets for India in ODIES, with 319 doors. In Test matches, he has taken 237 wickets, and his best bowling figures are 9/56 against England at Wankhede Stadium on 22nd January 2018.

Jasprit Bumrah

Jasprit Bumrah is a right-arm medium fast bowler who made his international debut in November 2014 against the West Indies. He has a bowling average of 21.16 and an economy rate of 4.97.

In October 2013, Bumrah made his first-team debut for Gujarat in the first class against Vidarbha. He made his debut against Maharashtra in T20 in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy of 2012-13.

Umesh Yadav

Umesh Yadav is a right-arm medium-fast bowler who plays for Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad. He was born in Uttar Pradesh, India, on 9th December 1983.

He has played for India in the 2010 ICC World Twenty20 and the 2011 Cricket World Cup, where he took six wickets at an average of 18 runs per wicket with his excellent pace bowling skills.

His ODI debut occurred In May 2010 against Zimbabwe. He was capped as a bowler and received high praise for his performance, but things did not go as planned. His leather balls penetrate the enemy’s defenses and earn the team wickets. Bowling against Lakshman and Dravid, against whom every bowler would fumble and lose control, he kept his cool and led his Vidarbha team to the semi-finals of the 2012 Ranji Trophy. He made the team look good on the Australian tour, which was bad for India. However, Umesh was good for the team because he took 14 wickets in four test matches. He was susceptible to injuries in 2012 and could not perform well for Team India. He returned to the Champions Trophy in England following his injury, but the bowler has yet to perform at his best on the field.

Navdeep Saini

Navdeep Saini is a right-arm medium-fast bowler who plays for Haryana in domestic cricket. He made his international debut vs South Africa on 30th January 2016. He has played 3 Tests, 14 ODIs, and 10 T20Is.

Saini’s bowling style has earned him comparisons with Raghuram Bhatkar and Akhil Sachdeva because of their similar action (bowling from wide angles) but with a slightly faster run-up than their counterparts. This helps him generate extra pace on the ball, which makes it difficult for batters to deal with during batting periods throughout an innings or match, depending on pitch conditions, etc.

India has a good bunch of medium pacers.

India has a good bunch of medium pacers who have been able to perform consistently at the international level. 

Bhuvneshwar Kumar is one of the most consistent bowlers in world cricket. He can consistently be bowling over 140 kmph, making him one of the most dangerous bowlers on any given day. He has taken more than 350 wickets so far. And has four five-wicket hauls to his name and two 10-wicket hauls for India Red; enough reason for being considered among the top three Indian pacer’s alongside Mohammed Shami & Umesh Yadav.

Conclusion

Cricket has always been a popular game in India and many countries worldwide. People follow cricket and cricketers closely. It’s a game in people’s hearts, and they respect the players a lot. With time cricketers have also improved and have gained a lot of popularity. Above are mentioned five such popular medium pacers in India who have contributed to the game.

We have seen some good performers on this list, but we are sure there’s more to come. We can say that Bhuvneshwar Kumar has been one of the best in the world since 2013 and is still improving as a bowler. Mohammed Shami is also on a roll with an impressive bowling average at 19.50 for his Test career so far and has shown that he can be a severe threat even with lousy economy rates.

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