Canberra: India's pace spearhead Zaheer Khan says the bowling unit will depend on swing against the struggling Australian batting that has proved vulnerable to the moving ball in recent times.
Zaheer said that it was encouraging for Indian bowlers to see that the Australia's batting top-order has been asked to attend a batting camp in Melbourne to fine tune their skills ahead of the Boxing Day Test.
It is definitely encouraging as a bowling unit, our strength has always been the swing. That will be the key and that's what we're going to rely on here as well. Even though the wickets here offer a lot of bounce, we will still rely on swing. Hopefully we'll be able to extract some swing in the matches to come, said the 33-year-old Zaheer at the Manuka Oval.
As a bowler it is all about bowling into the right areas. If a bowler is capable of hitting the right length and is able to get the ball moving, then you can trouble any batsman in the world, he said....more
12:11 AM, Mar 31, 2008