IPL 2018: Three rising fast bowlers of this season

Kolkata: Except the ongoing season veteran Bengal bowler Ashok Dinda was a part of Indian Premier League since 2008. Though he is not playing in this season’s IPL but he is doing Bengali commentary. Because of his regular commentary he knows how the players have performed in the ongoing season. Now he has picked three rising young pacers who has the ability to become great bowlers for the nation in future.




Shivam Mavi (Kolkata Knight Riders)

He can bowl with a pace of 145kmph. I like him a lot. He has bowled really well for the Kolkata Knight Riders in this season, but he needs to improve more in the next couple of years.

Ankit Rajpoot (Kings XI Punjab):

The boy can bowl with a pace of 145kmph and he has the ability of swinging the ball in both ways with that which is very rare. He knows on which length he should bowl. Beside that he has a good height as well and according to me he will do really well in future.

Siddarth Kaul (SunRisers Hyderabad):

Though he was discovered during his U19 stint, but he didn’t get much chance while playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore and Kolkata Knight Riders. But he has changed himself with time and the experience has given him much confidence as well. He not only can swing the ball both ways, but also can bowl good Yorkers as well. He has got a chance in the Indian national team and I am eager to see his performance in the blue jersey.

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