Indian bowling attack will be showing their class in Test series, Jasprit Bumrah defended by Kane Williamson

India thrashing in ODIs against New Zealand made everyone talk about the biggest point was the inefficiency of the India bowling attack. The Kiwi’s batters thought of different ways to weaken India bowlers but as per New Zealand’s captain Kane Williamson, the class of the bowling attack will be shown in the Test series.

Williamson pick out Jasprit Bumrah as a biggest threat and consider that he will surely be a greatest threat in the coming Test Series.

After New Zealand clinching the series Williamson said “ We all know Jasprit is a world class bowler in all the formats  but mainly he is a threat when he has ball in his hand. There is lot to think about as he is back into his game after a period of time off but he in my vision he is bowling very nicely”.

New Zealand seized with lot of injuries in the ODI series and Williamson regarding this stated that hoping all would be fit for the longest format.

“The guys who get injured in the game is like its part and parcel. We had lot of that in recent games to deal with which has not any excuses. “

“The roles given to players are tried and played by them to the best of their abilities and learnt much in the way.”

India is a productive side in Test side and Williamson said he is more excited to face the world’s best side in the world. He wanted all his guys to get recover soon and be fit to make for compelling in the Test Series.

Kiwi’s captain he himself was out of the first two games in the ODI series due to some injuries. Hamish Bennett and Kyle Jamieson were in the field in the absence of the seniors and Williamson was pleased with their performances.