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Chamberlain made his debut at the end of the 2010 season but has come to the fore in 2011. A pace bowler with a stop-start run-up that bears a vague resemblance to a man tiptoeing through a cowpat-strewn minefield, Chamberlain hits the deck hard and has the ability to cause problems for batsmen with his pace and bounce.
Although these are assets which sometimes involve the ball rocketing off to the point boundary for four, Chamberlain has demonstrated the ability to take wickets whenever he balls and has already established himself as a partnership-breaker.
At this stage his batting and fielding remain works in progress but he has the potential to hit the ball a long way. Despite his relative inexperience he has already shown that he is willing to offer advice to his captain at the first opportunity and demands 100 percent from fielders when he is bowling. Whether Chamberlain goes on to emulate Matthew Freeman or merely complains about his captaincy and field settings remains to be seen.