5 fast bowlers who might rule the roost in Test cricket in coming years

These five fast bowlers are the future of Test cricket and might keep

No one can forget the West Indian fast bowlers of 70s and 80sFast bowlers are fun to watch and it has been established that these fearsome quicks win you the match in Test cricket.

You can see the dynasties in Test cricket and the biggest of them all, the West Indies team of the 1970s and 1980s was built upon the might of fast bowlers like Andy Roberts, Michael Holding, Joel Garner, Malcolm Marshall, and Colin Croft. Even Australia in the 70s and 80s had two of the most fearsome fast bowlers in Dennis Lillee and Jeff Thompson, brilliantly aided by Rodney Hogg and others. 

The dominant Australia team of the 2000s was built on the success of Glenn McGrath, Brett Lee, Nathan Bracken, Jason Gillespie, and others, along with Shane Warne.

Every country strives for fast bowlers, who bowl like the speed of sound and can swing the ball in the air and put the fear of lord in the batsman. In recent times, we have seen some very good fast bowlers coming onto the scene and have impressed everyone with their skills and talents.

Today, Team COC takes a look at five such fast bowlers who are young and might rule the cricketing world for a long time.

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By Jatin Sharma - 22 Oct, 2018

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