The pace off works better from a guy that can bowl reasonably quick, so it's always in the batters mind that there's potentially a 15kph variation, but it will usually be effective, especially with big boundaries and of course guys that don't hit too long. Those wide slower yorkers will do the trick on this wicket with those big square boundaries. Most of those Bangla batters were trying to give themselves a bit of room as well, so it's even more effective. Id like Jongwe to keep bowling them until the guy actually has to step outside off to access it.
Ngarava and Jongwe bowled a few good ones then would follow it up with short hit me balls in-between. The captain needs to have more of a word with what these guys attempt to bowl. Jongwe in particular will try and give u 4 variations an over and the captain is trying to set a field
If you get one right, put it there again and again until the guy works it out. Yet to see anyone with a regular answer for the wide yorkers, just need third man back and quite a square sweeper.