In all forms, India presently has a wide range of bowling options. In India’s 2-1 ODI series victory over England away from home, Mohammed Shami recently provided a reminder of his effectiveness as a limited overs bowler. Prasidh Krishna and Arshdeep Singh, among others, also influenced the visit. Jasprit Bumrah was as deadly as ever, while Bhuvneshwar Kumar seems to have recovered his mojo.

Furthermore, Yuzvendra Chahal, a spinner, demonstrated why he is regarded as one of the top limited-overs spinners in the world by collecting wickets in situations that were often more favorable for the pacers. According to the former captain of England, Darren Gough, although he would consider Prasidh and Arshdeep as alternatives, Umran Malik, a fiery fast bowler, would be his first choice for the T20 World Cup later this year.

“Bumrah, in my opinion, is the world’s top all-around fast bowler. He is your first choice—the ideal selection. Since Bhuvneshwar Kumar is skilled with the new ball, he is brought in. He is crucial for getting early wickets because he stops the flow of play. That has been evident throughout the whole England vs. India series. Therefore, in my opinion, he has to be there, Gough told the cricket.com/tv YouTube channel.

“(Mohammed) Siraj moves quickly. He impressed me both when I have seen him bowl in Australia and India. And then there is Umran Malik. Anyone who bowls that quickly joins my team. You may only need a little additional speed on Australian fields to surprise the opponent. But India has a wide range of alternatives, including Shami, another player who excels with the new ball. Prasidh Krishna comes next. There are several choices, but Umran Malik, Siraj, Bhuvneshwar, and Bumrah are the ones I would choose.