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Old October 12, 2012, 07:58 PM
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As this website states that when there is a green pitch the bowl is bound to swing.

When a pitch has grass on it, the ball is bound to swing and hence the fast bowlers will find a good amount of help from such tracks. The grass will attract moisture which is needed for swing bowling. Thus green pitches always favor swing bowling/fast bowling as the ball will deviate off the pitch and in the air as well due to the cool climate where such pitches are found.

And you stated that...
Originally Posted by BANFAN
Now as I understand the pitch isn't on the air/part of air and I have never seen grass on the air... So how they can both be right...?? Do you get the problem?? Or not yet??
You think that the grass and pitch have to be in the air or part/of the air to make the ball swing.

And stop giving links to a wikipedia page. Wikipedia isnt a trust worthy source if you do not already know that.
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