“He is a threat…”David Miller’s Pick for the Most Dangerous Indian Bowler in T20 World Cup

As clubs battle it out to finish in the top four, the 17th Indian Premier League (IPL) is coming to a close.
Amidst all of that, though, cricket players and fans are also looking forward to the T20 World Cup, which is scheduled to take place in the USA and the West Indies from June 1 to June 29. One of the players who will represent South Africa in the major tournament is David Miller, as the Proteas look to snap their trophy drought at the ICC.

Miller is excited for the tough matches against some of the top players at the World Cup, even though he is currently playing for the Gujarat Titans in the Indian Premier League. One of the elite bowlers in the competition, Jasprit Bumrah of India, poses a threat not just to him but also to every other batter participating in the competition.

In his latest interaction, “Excellent Indian players abound. However, as a hitter taking on bowlers, Bumrah is now performing well. And for a long time, he was a bowler of the highest caliber. I, along with every other batter in the World Cup, am in danger from him.”

Speaking about the team selected for the major tournament, Miller cited his own accomplishments in the ICC competitions and said he believes the players on the team have what it takes to win the trophy this time. “This team we currently have has a great deal of success and confidence, having played a lot of cricket together over the past few years.

We have a wealth of expertise; these are guys who have triumphed under duress before. Thus, when we put all of the players together for a T20 World Cup, I am positive that we will give it everything we have. We have the players and the ability to complete the task.”

“I have to admit, I adore World Cups. Personally, I think I’ve performed well at World Cups. And all I want to do is keep the momentum going. To eventually bring Killer Miller to life, I believe I performed fairly well in past World Cups.” Miller continued.
The World Cup is set to start from June 1 to June 29 in the USA and the West Indies.

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