Afghanistan is an extremely dicey bowling unit on many occasions. They have troubled the best of batsmen on good pitches but have even been smacked to all parts of the ground quite frequently.
7. West Indies
West Indies are the favourites to win the T20 WC this year. But for that to happen, their bowling needs to support their six-hitting style of batting. Their bowling will be led by the highest wicket-taker in T20s, the Champion, DJ Bravo.
England has a good bowling attack but not as great as their batting. With the absence of their best white-ball bowler Jofra Archer, it is a void that is almost impossible to fill for Eoin Morgan.
Pakistan has quality fast bowlers with decent spinners in the mix. Their bowling line-up will be led by the man who according to some experts, has the potential to break all fast bowling records, Shaheen Afridi.
Australia is no different this time around as well. The pack of the three fast bowlers, namely Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood is so good that they are a no-brainer pick for them in all formats.
3. South Africa
South Africa is one team that lacks firepower in their batting but has one of the most well-equipped bowling lineups ahead of the T20 WC this year. Kagiso Rabada, one of the best bowlers in the world, will be leading the bowling for the Proteas.
2. New Zealand
New Zealand is the only team that has announced its 15 man squad for the T20 WC. Their pace bowling attack is well-rounded with Lockie Ferguson hitting hard lengths at speeds of over 145 km/h.
India, under the world’s best batsman, Virat Kohli, is desperate to win an ICC tournament. They probably look like the strongest team on paper and have the required firepower in all facets of the game to win their second T20 WC.