“I’m just constantly working on trying to improve my entry through the crease,” said Sodhi. “That’s something I’ve been working on for the last two-three months, and it’s just about keeping on top of that. As much time as we can get is good to keep reinforcing those things.
“I think the biggest thing is that I’ve tried to understand my bowling a lot more from the outside. Removing myself from certain situations and looking at them from the exterior background. I’ve worked really hard on my bowling and my action, trying to be aware of what I’m doing and what I need to do to get the ball to a certain area or get the ball to do what I want to do.
I think that can only get better as you go. I’ve been really lucky to have some experiences in international cricket and played in a lot of conditions around the world. So, using the information to make me the most well-rounded bowler that I can be. I can only improve as time goes on.”
“It’s a mutual understanding,” said Sodhi when asked how the pair works around each other’s game at any given situation. “When you’re out there in the middle, you don’t have too much time to stop completely and have a chat. You get a gauge from how the others are bowling, with the replays that come up or with pace that he’s bowling off the wicket. You get certain information off the wicketkeeper… in the last game for instance, Tom Latham and you try to strategise your over as opposed to the over previously bowled that went for little amount of runs, and think maybe I can attack from one ball, maybe two. If it’s gone for quite a few then you need to bring it back. So it’s about acknowledging that momentum and feeding off each other.”