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

66 wickets in 14 Tests with a best of 6/79
Pat Cummins | Getty
Aussie quick Pat Cummins had made an amazing Test debut against South Africa in 2011 as an 18-year-old. He picked seven wickets in the match and set up an amazing win for his team. Since then Cummins has been plagued with stress fractures of the back and was out of Test cricket for 1946 days (5 years, 3 months, and 27 days, or exactly 278 weeks).

He made an impressive return against India in India in the four-Test series as a replacement for an injured Mitchell Starc in 2017. Since then, he has been a part of the Australian team and has been wisely managed by the Australian team management. He has played selectively and has given desired results, despite injury hitting him once again while playing in the Indian Premier League 2018.

If he stays fit and plays the same way he is doing, Pat Cummins, who is still 25 years old, is going to wreak havoc in years to come.

By Jatin Sharma - 22 Oct, 2018

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