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    Re: Left Handed Domination?

    - Bowlers don't like going around the wicket

    - Left / Right combos upset a bowlers flow

    - Bowling to rights is stright, forcing the ball wider to left gives more marging for erorr

    - Lefts facing a right arm over have a better sense of knowing which balls to leave, due to the angle

    - They were born great

    - They are all attacking in stlye

    - Iam running low right now so will stop :saint:

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    Maybe it's beacuse right arm bowlers don't get enough practice bowling to them. Most left handers are vulnerable to the ball that comes into them but you don't see them receive too many of that type of ball.

    Maybe it's a brain thing. Left handers use both sides of the brain more efficiently that right handers.

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    Maybe it's beacuse right arm bowlers don't get enough practice bowling to them. Most left handers are vulnerable to the ball that comes into them but you don't see them receive too many of that type of ball.
    I agree fully. For proof just see footage of Waqar in his prime against left handers. He was not as effective as against right handers.




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