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India vs Afghanistan, 3rd T20I: Nothing to lose for bowlers at M Chinnaswamy Stadium, says Arshdeep Singh | Cricket News

BENGALURU: The shortest format has always been tough on bowlers who are often at the receiving end. At compact venues like M Chinnaswamy Stadium here, where batters call the shots, the conditions can get brutal for bowlers.
With the venue known for producing batting strips, scores over 180 are usually a norm. It becomes an ordeal to contain batters, whose thick edges, at times, also clear the fence.However, India pacer Arshdeep Singh, who scalped three wickets in the second T20I in Indore, is up for the challenge.

“As bowlers, we feel there is nothing to lose here (at the Chinnaswamy Stadium). Batsmen are under pressure. They feel that they have to score more boundaries and that is where as a bowler you are in the game, you can get more wickets. There are more options to get wickets and you are always on your toes,” opined Arshdeep.

The left-arm pacer, who considers his last 12 months display to be a mixed bag, is striving for excellence. And with the game constantly changing, he has been working on variations and hopes to master new skills.

“I recently started bowling with a new ball (variation), especially on slow wickets. In the last match, I
tried a few variations, especially against left-handers, a type of leg-cutter. Otherwise, I am trying to sharpen my skills that I possess,” he said.

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