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Question 1: Conversely, ________, a spin-bowler, has a quicker ball which can reach 110 km/h.
Sachin TendulkarHarbhajan SinghAnil KumbleRahul Dravid

Question 2: Consequently, its prominence has increased with the development of ________, and particularly at the end of an innings where batsman will attack with abandon.
Test cricketOne Day InternationalLimited overs cricketTwenty20

Question 3: Slower bowlers occasionally use them, especially against ________ batsmen, but this can backfire resulting in easy runs for the batsman.
Fast bowlingDonald BradmanBatting order (cricket)All-rounder

Question 4: Fast bowling, sometimes known as pace bowling, is one of the two main approaches to bowling in the sport of ________.
Bat-and-ball gamesCricketOlympic GamesIndoor cricket

Question 5: This possibility, combined with the difficulty that the ________ will have trying to stop a high ball means that bouncers can be expensive in terms of runs against skilled batsmen.
Fielding (cricket)Wicket-keeperFast bowlingCricket

Question 6: However, aggressive bowling techniques can be combined with ________ and seam bowling techniques to create nigh-on unplayable balls in the hands of a bowler of any speed.
Fast bowlingSwing bowlingBowling (cricket)Spin bowling

Question 7: In the subcontinent, especially ________ and Sri Lanka, the reverse is often true, with fast bowlers serving mainly to soften the ball up for the spinners.
Research and Analysis WingIndia and the Non-Aligned MovementIndiaLok Sabha

Question 8: There is a degree of subjectivity in the usage of these terms; for example, ________ uses the terms "fast-medium" and "medium-fast" interchangeably.
ESPN.comJayski's Silly Season SiteCricinfoESPN

Question 9: A short-pitched ball is also at a more suitable height for the batsman to play an attacking ________.
Donald BradmanCricketBatting (cricket)Ricky Ponting

Question 10: Again, the arm must be straight although this is a stipulation of the ________ rather than an aid to speed.
Laws of cricketCaughtFielding (cricket)Stump (cricket)







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