Australia and Chennai Super Kings pacer Josh Hazlewood has now not taken too many wickets on this IPL with simply 9 scalps from 8 suits however compatriot Shane Watson feels that he’s a troublesome bowler to stand on account of his “keep watch over over the ball”.
The 30-year-old Hazlewood used to be the select of the CSK bowlers of their four-wicket win over Delhi Capitals within the IPL Qualifier 1 on Sunday although he’s precisely now not on fireplace within the event with a median of 29.44 and an economic system of 8.51.
“Just his keep watch over over the ball popping out of his hand, that’s why when there’s slightly bit dew within the wicket or with the new ball, he’s extremely excellent with simply with the ability to get one thing out of the wicket,” Watson stated in Star Sports’ ‘Select Dugout’ display.
“Just with sufficient variation or sufficient little one thing out of the wicket or one thing within the air, which means that he’s very exhausting to play in those stipulations too,” he stated forward of IPL final on Friday between CSK and Kolkata Knight Riders.
The former Australia all-rounder stated Hazlewood is analogous with mythical speedy bowler Glenn McGrath in the way in which he controls the ball.
“The keep watch over he (Hazlewood) has of the ball popping out of his hands, that’s alongside the strains of what Glenn McGrath did. The keep watch over he (McGrath) has on how a lot the ball swings or which manner the ball seams, Josh had that even from a tender age, in order that for me used to be probably the most comparisons,” Watson, additionally a former CSK participant, stated.
“Yes, Glenn McGrath, his accuracy, time and time once more his talent to stay doing it once more is one thing that now not many speedy bowlers ever had, however that’s certainly one of similarities for me with Josh Hazelwood.”
Since making his Australia debut in 2010, Hazlewood has taken 212 wickets from 55 Tests, 93 and 21 scalps in 56 ODIs and 17 T20 Internationals respectively.