“Fred Trueman, who played in the 1950s and 1960s, was a brilliant exponent of the "outswinger".”
“David Sales went before adding to his overnight score, edging a Corey Collymore outswinger to the wicketkeeper, Hall gloved a Toby Roland-Jones lifter to first slip, and Tim Murtagh cut one back to trap Middlebrook leg-before to leave the home team on 226 for six at lunch.”
“The dam was bursting now: Michael Clarke played jauntily but was drawn into a beautiful late outswinger by Mr. Anderson to complete a series in which he had made only one double-figure score in the first innings of each Test, and only one half-century.”
“In his fourth over of the morning, he had Liam Plunkett driving at a full-length outswinger, and edging to third slip.”
“The problem is that he's either starting the inswinger too much on leg stump or the outswinger is doing well too much.”
“He is an opening bowler with a deadly late outswinger and a free-hitting middle order batsman," reports Heller.”
“For all the talk of the perfect Adelaide pitch, it was Mr. Anderson who was pitch perfect, producing a lovely, late outswinger to Mr. Clarke now, whose stiff-legged forward push also ended up in the hands of Mr. Swann.”
“The pace attack as a whole was inconsistent: Andrew Flintoff was unable to recreate the spirit of Lord's, James Anderson's inswinger was working but his outswinger not and Stuart Broad was ineffective.”
“Bend v. Side-spinning the ball, making it curve inward (inswinger) or outward (outswinger).”
“Tendulkar found excellent support from Harbhajan, although the off-spinner somehow managed to preserve his wicket at the very start of his innings despite having his off stump clattered by a Steyn outswinger.”
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