Former India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh believes fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar should be with India in the tour of England. The five-match Test series between the two teams will start on Wednesday. With this series, the second phase of the World Test Championships will begin. India are likely to field three fast bowlers in their first match against England. Commenting on this, Yuvraj said, ‘I think India needs a swing bowler, because with Duke Ball you have to know how to swing it.’
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Speaking to Times of India, Yuvraj said, “We have good bowlers like Mohammad Shami, Jaspreet Bumrah and Ishant Sharma, but there is a shortage of good bowling bowlers. Our fast attack should have players like Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who can make a good swing bowl in the English situation.
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Let us tell you that India suffered a shortage of swing bowlers in the final of the World Test Championships against New Zealand. Due to the rain, Kiwi bowlers took advantage of the pitch and forced India’s world-class batting to kneel. India lost by eight wickets in this match. Yuvraj said if Bhuvneshwar is fit, surely he should be part of the team and let go. India needs an experienced player like Bhubaneswar in England.