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Karn seeks to do well in Australia series

Karn Sharma, who made his debut against England in T20 and played recently in the ODI series against Sri Lanka looking forward to do well in Australia and make his name into cricket world cup 2015 which will be played in Australia and New Zealand. He will be looking to "give it a rip" in Australia, and concentrate on bowling the right lines said Karn Sharma. "The best way is to try and put more purchase on the ball. Give it a rip and tweak it more," Karn told to the media."Put some more shoulder on it than usual. Even with my lower-arm action, the pitches there will give me bounce. "Adjusting the line is important if the pitch turns a lot, you can pitch it more on off and middle. In Australia, the line has to be more around off stump and just outside. Karn Sharma picked over regular spinner Amit Mishra and he plays for Sun Risers Hyderabad in IPL.


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