IND VS ENG: Jack Leach’s special plan to entrap Team India, big reveal By Him

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Jack Leach
Jack Leach

England‘s Jack Leach is all set for the Test series against Team India. While Monty Panesar‘s opinion of bowling Indian batsmen at a fast pace, Leach does not agree on this opinion.

England‘s left-arm spinner Monty Panesar had the advantage of bowling fast at his usual pace on the Indian tour of 2012 but Jack Leach, who came here for the first time with the team for the four-match series, believes that the policy against this opponent may not have worked for him.

The combination of Spin Bowlers of Panesar (Monty Panesar) and Graeme Swann had bowled faster than Indian spinners in the 2012 Test series to give the team a memorable victory.

Leach (Jack Leach) told an online press conference after the team’s six-day separation ended, saying he would bowl with his strong side. The first of the four-match Test series will be played from Friday.

Jack Leach doesn’t agree with Monty Panesar‘s opinion

Jack Leach said, “Panesar (Monty Panesar) and Swann are two bowlers I like to see. I watch a lot of videos of spinners and try to learn from them. Panesar (Monty Panesar) bowled fast in India and on a helpful pitch of spin it can be quite difficult’.

“I definitely won’t bowl the same fast,” he said. It’s more about how the ball reaches the batsman. There are many successful bowlers who did not bowl as fast as Panesar(Monty Panesar)’.

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The bowler, who took 10 wickets (two Tests) on a recent tour of Sri Lanka, said, “It’s about staying with my strong side and knowing what the normal pace will be for me and it can be done a little less. Everyone has a normal speed’.

Fully prepared Jack Leach

The situation is challenging for spinners from other countries in India, but Leach (Jack Leach) is ready for it.

“Obviously this Indian Team are a fantastic team and have come up with a tremendous win in Australia, I think it is a great opportunity for all of us to test ourselves against the world’s best test team here in India, I have come to India for the first time,” he said.

The 29-year-old spinner said, “It’s your dream to come to such places. Obviously, it is a great opportunity, I would like to enjoy it’.

Leach (Jack Leach) does not bowl at a pace like Panesar but he hopes he will be successful in India.

The left-arm spinner said, “I think I will be able to make an impact. I don’t know about the pitch yet, but there are many right-handed batsmen in Their team, which I see as a good thing for myself”.