It could be very troublesome to play Ashwin-Jadeja on Indian pitches: Watling

by Jeremy Spirogis
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New Zealand Test wicketkeeper BJ Watling discovered it troublesome for Indian spin duo – Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja to play on India's spin-friendly pitches.

Talking to ESPN Cricinfo, he mentioned, "When the pitch is turning in India, it is difficult for any spinner to play. Ashwin and Jadeja, if the situation is in their favor, it is very difficult to score against them and avoid getting out." . "

He mentioned, "Playing Dale Steyn, Morne Morkel in South Africa has been a tricky problem. <! –

I believe the quickest pitches on this planet are there. However, they break up later. But that type of check matches are difficult, the place it’s important to face bowlers like them. "

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While his fellow gamers will participate within the Caribbean Premier League, Watling will keep away from cricket. To this, he mentioned, "I think I have been lucky that I have supported so many bowlers all year. We have a fantastic pace trio right now, and there is a lot of action behind the wicket, so it is always fun."

He mentioned, "All of them are different from each other, we have Trent who is a left-handed swing bowler, then there is Waggs (Neil Wegner) who is a left-handed bowler but he does more of the short pinch ball and he should be as much as Trent. Swing is not found and then comes Tim who has been performing for the team for a long time and his ability is getting better over time. "

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