Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc has revealed that his plan to bowl full and hit the stumps in the Powerplay overs hasn’t changed for the last 13 years and it has served him well. Starc recently claimed a sensational fifer against India in the second ODI, with four of his wickets coming during a blistering opening spell. The left-armer’s ability to swing the new ball and make inroads early in an innings is a trait that has helped him prosper throughout his international career. Starc has claimed 219 ODI wickets for his country from just over 100 matches. He is already a veteran of two 50-over World Cup campaigns and is determined to add to his already imposing record and add a second title to the one he won at home in 2015 in the event that is scheduled to take place at the end of this year. With Australia scheduled to play just nine more ODI matches prior to the start of the World Cup, Starc is determined to claim an early mental edge by helping his side to a series triumph in India.