India Will be difficult to Beat in World Cup, Says Kepler Wessels

Written by Vipin Darwade

Team India’s performance in the 50-over format has impressed former South Africa skipper Kepler Wessels. He feels that India would be a tough team to beat in the World Cup next year.

“I wouldn’t say favourites, but they (India) will be very competitive. Barring injuries to key players, it’s looking good for them. They will be difficult to beat” he said.

Kepler also praised the Indian fast-bowlers, and added that they are a big plus for the side. “Bhuvi swings it nicely, Bumrah hits the pitch hard. He can also bowl some nice yorkers and quick bouncers. So, that has been a big plus as far as Indian cricket is concerned… the fact that they now have fast bowlers who can take wickets abroad,” he said.

“Before the Tests, I thought that the Indian batsmen would score runs and the bowlers would struggle to bowl SA out, but it turned out to be the other way around,” he added.

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