Former cricketer Brendon Julian named Haris Rauf the finest death-over bowler heading into the ODI World Cup 2023.
Brendon Julian, a former cricket player who played for both Australia and New Zealand, recently undertook an intriguing experiment to create the ideal hybrid pace bowler for the ODI World Cup 2023. Julian crafted a fearsome composite pacer by carefully selecting the best qualities of numerous top-tier bowlers.
India’s Jasprit Bumrah was chosen for his deadly Yorkers, a potent tool in limited-overs cricket. The ferocious bouncers, which England’s Mark Wood introduced, were capable of jarring even the most steadfast batsman. Sam Curran’s deceiving slower ball added a layer of surprise, and Julian was enthralled by it.
With their inswing and outswing deliveries, respectively, Chris Woakes of England and Mitchell Starc of Australia contributed to the variety. Starc’s improved ball skills were also noted. For Pakistani fans, the addition of speedster Haris Rauf for death bowling adds an exhilarating dimension. Rauf, who is well-known for his raw pace and yorkers, is an important asset because of his capacity to perform under duress. At various points, Haris Rauf has demonstrated his capacity to both take wickets and defend runs in the dying stages.