By [email protected] (Amir Chetty)
“We are a bowling unit — on some days some guys will be off the mark, and on others those guys may do well. A few sixes here and there won’t make much of a difference, especially in T20 cricket.”
On the difference between playing in Indian and Australian conditions, Shamsi said: “It is quite different, the pitches will be different in Australia and especially the ground sizes.
“The boundary sizes in India tend to be on the smaller side whereas in Australia they are a lot bigger.
“As a bowler, it is quite different, but there are always things you can work on, and we have a great opportunity to bowl at these Indian batsmen. They will be in our group at the World Cup too.
“So for me, it is an opportunity to bowl against the guys and observe, possibly picking up one or two things I can use against them at the World Cup.”