Latest Cricket News Updates Latest news from (c) en-gb Sun 19 May 2024 Steve Waugh feels Aussie bowling attack will have an edge over India in home Tests Former Australian captain Steve Waugh has opined that the Australian bowling attack will have an edge over India when the two teams next take on each other in the Test series Some days it works, some days it doesn’t: Burmah defends Yadav Under-fire Umesh Yadav has found backing from his pace partner Jasprit Bumrah, who said that death overs bowling is not easy and things go wrong sometimes. Kohli gives credit to West Indies bowlers after shock loss India skipper Virat Kohli was all praise for the West Indies bowlers after the visitors were shocked by 11 runs in the fourth one-day international at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium on Sunday. Debate: Will the five-bowler policy work for India in Sri Lanka? India's Test skipper Virat Kohli has been firm in stating that there is a very high chance of India adopting the five-bowler strategy in Sri Lanka. This is definitely something novel in Indian cricket since the past teams World Cup news: Dravid heaps praise on India's bowlers Former India skipper Rahul Dravid has termed the fantastic bowling performance by Team India as one of the key reasons behind the success of Team India in the World Cup. India's bowling has been surprisingly effective in Australia Going into the 2015 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, India had numerous concerns, but two of them were massive headaches. One was the completely wretched form of their opener Shikhar Dhawan, and second their poor, inexperienced bowling, which was taken to the cleaners in the Impossible for India to win with present bowling attack When India resumed play on day two of the opening Test, they had a fair chance of restricting the Australians to a score of under 350, provided they bowled well, which is what they did rather surprisingly on the opening day. Bowlers' fitness will be important for India's success in Australia Australian legend Glenn McGrath has predicted a 4-0 whitewash for India in the four-match Test series.