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

15 wickets in 4 Tests with a best of 6/39

Lungi Ngidi | AFPLungi Ngidi was schooled at Kwa-Zulu Natal's Hilton College and is considered a budding fast bowling prospect for South Africa. He is capable of hitting the speeds of over 140kmph with ease and can bowl with finesse at the top and in the death overs.

In 2015, he was named Africa T20 Cup player of the year and made his T20I debut in January of 2017 against Sri Lanka and was named Man of the Match on debut. South Africa then unleashed Ngidi in Tests against India in Centurion Test and he picked a second innings 6-fer to demolish the Indian batting and was named the Man of the Match on Test debut.

He has also impressed in IPL, playing for eventual champions Chennai Super Kings in IPL 2018 and is looked at one of the most promising fast bowlers for South Africa in the coming years. He is fast and can reverse the ball with ease and will have the eyes of cricket experts all over him in the coming years.

By Jatin Sharma - 22 Oct, 2018

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