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    Anderson is a classic case of a mixed action.

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    Kasigo Rabada is always king and rising star

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    hey guys, watch these videos and let me know what I can do to fix my action, i do have a long-ish run up but most of it is very slow until i hit somewhere near top speed at the end to initiate that jump. Problem i'm having right now is that I am spraying it, sometimes its bang on target but then there are the leg side/off side wides.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFrU-qBS2QM

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f7QD3XHO5iQ

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    Quote Originally Posted by smalishah84 View Post
    Imran actually worked hard on his action to make it side on

    He also writes about it in his autobiography. I don't know why i cant get stuff from google images anymore so this is the best image i could find easily




    Imran is the Best.


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    Quote Originally Posted by andmark View Post
    I never noticed how nice Brett Lee's action was. Despite bowling at an extreme pace, it still looked smooth and controlled. The video below is a the usual sort of gem from Robelinda. It shows Lee bowling at a huge pace, but getting swing and accuracy with it. The video also has a bonus McGrath over. Elite bowling.

    Brett Lee had every single physical attribute needed to become Malcolm Marshall's second coming. It's just that in tests at least he demonstrated a typical fast bowlers intellect.

    He had an incredible action and very good control. Ther problem was always that he didn't think about setting up batsmen properly. When plan A didn't work (bowl fast), plan B was always bouncer-Yorker.

    McGrath was virtually the opposite. A brilliant fast bowling mind in the body of a medium pacer.

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