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India need 140-kph bowlers for 2015 World Cup: Brett Lee.

Mumbai : Wishing for a match-up between his home country Australia and title holders India in the 2015 ICC World Cup final, retired fast  bowler Brett Lee today said thedefending champions' biggest task would ahead
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PTI 06 Mar 2014, 10:40 AM IST

Mumbai : Wishing for a match-up between his home country Australia and title holders India in the 2015 ICC World Cup final, retired fast  bowler Brett Lee today said thedefending champions' biggest task would ahead of the mega-event would be to find pacers who can  bowl at 140-kph.


"An Australia-India final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground would be fantastic and incredible.
There will be  a full house.

India have very good batsmen and great spinners. "But they need to find bowlers who can bowl at 140kph. India need to really show they have dominating  fast bowlers as the wickets will be fast and bouncy.

For them to put their best foot forward they have to find fast bowlers," he said at a media conference organised by Tourism Victoria here.
     
MCG would host the final of the ICC World Cup, of which Lee is a brand ambassador as well as of Victoria Tourism, on March 29. Cricket's  showpiece event, to be held in Australia and New Zealand, kicks
off on February 14.

Lee gave a lot of credit to left-arm pacer Mitchell Johnson for the turnaround in the Australian team's fortunes after they suffered a humiliating defeat in the Ashes series in England and  also whitewashed 
by hosts India last year.

"It's simple. Australia will be hosting the World Cup in 2015 and we should be ready for that. Mitchell Johnson has been outstanding and has led the turnaround with his moustache.

He has been fast and aggressive and has changed the face of Australian cricket," he said.
     
The speedster praised the Indian Premier League for the revival in Johnson's fortunes after he looked lost to Australian cricket.
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