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<!-- A fast bowler needs to take a longer run-up toward the wicket than a spinner, due to the need to generate the momentum and rhythm required to bowl a fast delivery. Fast bowlers will measure their preferred run up in strides and mark the distance from the wicket. It is important for the bowler to know exactly how long his or her run-up is because it needs to terminate at the [[popping crease]]. If the bowler steps over this, he or she will have bowled a [[no ball]].-->
=== ऍक्शनॲक्शन ===
<!-- At the end of the run-up the bowler will bring his or her lead foot down on the pitch with the knee as straight as possible. This aids in generating speed but can be dangerous due to the pressure placed on the joint by this action. [[Knee]] injuries are not uncommon amongst fast bowlers: for example the [[England cricket team|English]] pace bowler [[David Lawrence (cricketer)|David Lawrence]] was sidelined for many months after splitting his [[kneecap]] in two. The pressure on the leading foot is such that some fast bowlers cut the front off their shoes to stop their toes from being injured as they are repeatedly pressed against the inside of the shoe. The bowler will then bring their bowling arm up over their head and release the ball at the height appropriate to where they want the ball to pitch. Again, the arm must be straight although this is a stipulation of the [[laws of cricket]] rather than an aid to speed. Bending the elbow and "chucking" the ball would make it too easy for the bowler to aim accurately at the batsman's wicket and get them out.
[[Image:Mitchell Johnson.jpg|200px|right|thumb|[[Mitchell Johnson (cricketer)|Mitchell Johnson]] bowling. Note the "slinging" action.]]


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