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Use Chances to Improve Your Bowling

Are you an unlucky bowler? You can't do much about dropped catches as a bowler. Yet they happen, and it costs you a wicket. You do all the work and the fielder does the drop. So, in the words of King Cricket: "it makes more sense to gauge a bowler’s worth by how many chances they create rather than how many wickets they take. Everything beyond that is out of their hands (and quite often out of the fielder’s hands too).
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