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Maxwell ready to be World Cup asset with the ball

The Sydney Morning Herald – “That’s probably the clarity I have with my role,” Maxwell told reporters in Southampton.


  • “It’s something I did a little in Dubai and India, I started to get a few more overs and get that consistency.
  • “To have that continue into my time at Lancashire where I got plenty of time at the bowling crease, you get that rhythm and feel of the ball coming out consistently.
  • “You need that as a part-time bowler to have that consistency and time at the crease.
  • “A lot of the time I bowl I just try and limit boundary balls,” he said.
  • “But if I’m limiting boundary balls and giving myself the best chance to squeeze a few dot balls and some tight overs it might create some pressure at the other end.

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