Adam Zampa says “Our spin department stack up well against any of the other nations” in the T20 World Cup. Zampa expressed confidence in their spin-bowling. In their department ahead of the T20 World Cup. He will lead Australia’s spin-bowling unit, while Ashton Agar is likely to play second fiddle. Zampa and Agar are likely to get the nod in Saturday’s competition against South Africa in Abu Dhabi. Also, with wickets in the UAE on the slower side. Mitchell Swepson also remains in the evaluation. And then Adam realizes the pressure on Australia’s spinners. However, he believes they have good options.
“Depending on the wickets here, there’ll be a lot of pressure on the spinners to do well. We’re really lucky to have Ash and I, really experienced options, but also another really good option in Mitchell Swepson. In terms of the spin department, we stack up against any of the other nations, to be honest with you. I’m really confident in our ability,” Adam Zampa said.
‘Obviously, the Australian cricket team has always been known for its great fast bowlers, batting has always been really strong. We go about our work under the radar a little bit, which we like,” Zampa added.
Even though Zampa couldn’t make an impact in the warm-up. Against India, the South Australian bowled magnificently against New Zealand. He finished with figures of 4-0-17-2 as the men in yellow chased 159 successfully.
“Both spin bowlers, pretty similar age and pretty similar interests outside of the game. We get along really well, so naturally, we put in a conscious effort to make sure that each other does really well. We talk about the game a lot, about spin bowling and tactics,” Zampa revealed.
Lastly, Australia will aim to bag the elusive T20 crown this year. They have not won the competition. Since its inception in 2007. Their best performance has been reaching the final in 2010. It’s eventually losing out to England.