IPL 2020 Auction: 3 Impressive West Indies Players From India T20Is Who Can Get Big Bids
2. Sheldon Cottrell
West Indies gun pacer Sheldon Cottrell has impressed one and all with his performances in the recent past. Cottrell is quick as he can consistently bowl above 140 km/h and he has the skills to get extra bounce from the pitch. Furthermore, the southpaw fast bowler can vary his pace to bamboozle the opposition batsmen.
Cottrell was at his best in the recently concluded series against India as he snared three wickets in as many matches. The ace paceman bowled at a decent economy rate of 7.58 as he varied his pace with guile.
The left-hander had also impressed in the World Cup as he took 12 wickets in the nine matches. Moreover, the left-hander scalped 12 wickets in the eight matches of the Carribean Premier League while playing for St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots.
Furthermore, Cottrell is a livewire on the field, which is a crucial aspect in the T20 format of the game. Cottrell also took two wickets in the first ODI against India and bowled three maiden overs.
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