The leading wicket taker of T20 international – Shahid Afridi will look to retain his position during the World T20. The 36-year-old legspinner has claimed 93 T20I wickets so far, and hundred is clearly visible through this tournament. However, Afridi has not been superficial on Indian pitches as he has taken 24 wickets in 32 matches, this time we can expect a good turn from Pakistani skipper.
Coming right through the probe of suspect bowling action, South African orthodox bowler Aaron Phangiso will be a great sight to watch. Garankuwa-born, Phangiso owns the potential to curb batsmen’s domination and bowling economical throughout the match. in his T20 career, Phangiso has claimed 115 wickets in overall 111 matches.
Sachithra Senanayake is one such spinner that possess the aptitude to turn the game in favour of Sri Lanka. In domestic cricket, Senanayake posted an impression of excellence as he has claimed 390 wickets in 77 first-class Matches and 202 wickets in 140 List A matches. The 31-year-old Offie will try to exploit Indian pitches to threaten the batsmen.
Despite going through a struggling form, New Zealand’s off spinner Nathan McCullum will be an interesting prospect in World T20. The 35-year-old Otago bowler has taken 55 wickets in 61 T20 international matches and his experience will certainly benefit the Kiwis. Although he has not played a single T20I in India, McCullum has claimed 6 wickets in 10 ODI matches here.