Asia Cup: The bowlers who could make a batsman's life miserable
It is the bowlers who win the games and here is a look at the bowlers who could be a handful for the best batsmen in the tournament.
It is the bowlers who win the games and here is a look at the bowlers who could be a handful for the best batsmen in the tournament. (AFP Photos)
Saeed Ajmal is the best ODI bowler at present and is known to tie the batsmen down and induce them into committing a mistake.
Ranked 6th in the ICC table, Rangana Herath will find the turning pitches to his liking and can expect a lot of purchase off the wicket.
Ravindra Jadeja, who is ranked 9, is known to be the man who breaks partnerships. India will rely on him to keep things calm in the middle overs when batsmen try to cut loose.
With pace and swing, 11-ranked Junaid Khan is Pakistan's trump card to picking up early wickets. While he may not get support from the conditions, it will be interesting to see hoe he copes.
Abdur Razzak has the home advantage to bank on. Ranked 12th in the ICC rankings, he will hope for spin to do it's bit as Bangladesh hope to ruffle a few feathers.