"Broadly, they should not allow the ball to go to the wicketkeeper. They should pitch the ball up and make the batsmen play each delivery. The more they make the batsmen play on the front foot, the better results they would reap," he said.
"And once they get early breakthrough, there should not be any let up in intensity," he added.
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"When the conditions are good for pace bowling, the bowler will have to play a huge role and should not allow the batsmen to settle. Sometimes when you get wickets you will be able to demolish the opponents for 150 or 200. That is the kind of wickets you get in New Zealand," he said.
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