Spinners hold key to India's hopes: Stuart MacGill
Former Australian Test spinner Stuart MacGill yesterday said tweakers will be the key if India have to win the World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka
The 41-year-old said big turners like Harbhajan Singh will be crucial to India’s success in the 12-nation meet. “India’s batting is dynamic but spinners will be the key. India have big turners like Harbhajan Singh on slow turning pitches in Sri Lanka that would be crucial.
“If India want to win the World Cup it will depend on their spinners,” said Macgill, who is here as the manager of Australian hockey captain Jamie Dwyer. MacGill is currently working with Australian hockey players on negotiating contracts in the forthcoming Hockey India League.