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A left-arm orthodox spin delivery.

Left-arm orthodox spin is a type of bowling in the sport of cricket. Left-arm orthodox spin is bowled by a left arm bowler using the fingers to spin the ball from right to left of the cricket pitch (from the bowler's perspective). Left arm orthodox spin bowlers generally attempt to drift the ball in the air into a right handed batsman, and spin away from the batsman (toward off-stump) upon landing on the pitch. The drift and turn in the air are attacking techniques. The major variations of a left arm spinner are the topspinner (which turns less and bounces higher or lower in the cricket pitch), the arm ball (which does not turn at all, drifts into a right handed batsman in the direction of the bowler's arm movement; also called a 'floater') and the left-arm spinner's version of a doosra (which turns the other way). The left-arm unorthodox spin like a leg break or leg spin is also a bowling action.

Bowling Techniques
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Historical Styles
Monty Panesar bowls left arm orthodox spin in the nets at Adelaide Oval.

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Notable left-arm orthodox spinners

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 Australia

 Bangladesh

 England

 India

 New Zealand

 Pakistan

 South Africa

 Sri Lanka

 West Indies

 Zimbabwe


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