When you bat with a plan, you never have to worry about technique again.
There’s no such thing as attacking bowling.
Or defensive bowling for that matter.
It’s frustrating to have your thoughts and ideas go unnoticed.
Your team has the perfect plan, honed over years of experienced and matched perfectly to your skills.
Nothing can go wrong.
What's the best length to bowl to take wickets?
If you have bowled, you have a good idea of a good length. Yet, how much better would things be if you could know exactly what that length is?
When you get a minefield pitch, everyone looks to the bowlers to win the game easily. Do you feel the pressure?
It's not as easy as you first think.
The devil is in the detail.
It's an old saying that has a lot of modern truth when it comes to cricket. It has positives, but many consider the idea of "marginal gains" a waste of time and too much effort to put into a typical cricket team.
So, what's the truth?
How do you improve your batting?
The best batters in the world have excellent back foot games when playing on spinning tracks.
AB de Villiers, Yonus Khan, Rahul Dravid and Joe Root all get as far away from ball bounce when the bowler misses his length on the short side.
"Of course, you know why you lost..."