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CWC19: 5 Leg Spinners who are likely to make an impact

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5. Adam Zampa

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Adam Zampa is a young leg spinner who has impressed with his line and length. He made his ODI debut for Australia against New Zealand in 2016. Zampa has played 22 matches (21 innings) and taken 23 wickets with an economy of 6.04 runs per over.

This year, Zampa has been impressive with 13 wickets from 11 matches (11 innings) and taken 18 wickets so far with an economy of 5.32 runs per over. In the series against India and Pakistan, Zampa played a key role in the middle overs to pick wickets and control the run flow.

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If Zampa would feature in the playing XI, he will be a key bowler for Australia in the middle overs to pick wickets and trouble the batsmen with his variations.

In the 2nd warm-up game against Sri Lanka, Zampa took 2 for 39 in his 9 overs. Against England, he had figures of 1/54 in his 10 overs.

 

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