I'm wondering what would be more successful in indoor cricket.
If I bowl around the wicket to the right hander (which is where I am most accurate) and get it pitching on middle or off, the angle makes it bounces up 'outside off' then I could be getting nicks. Except in indoor cricket you don't really have slips and the wicket keeper is standing quite close. Having this as my stock bowl would make the occasional in-swinger to leg stump very effective due to the speed of indoor cricket, him expecting the outside off ball and him trying to smack the outside off balls with him trying to make room.
If I bowl over the wicket (which makes me bowl strait and sometimes trail down leg side) your stock ball is on stumps in which there is no wicket keeper to drop your catches so I'm not sure which to normally bowl.
What do you think? I'm starting indoor cricket this year for the first time