• noun movement of the ball in the air, typically from a line on or just outside off stump, in towards the batsman
    Citation ‘The generality of seam bowling is inswing, which is relatively easy to produce; but it can be monotonous and restrictive of strokes’ (Arlott 1983)
    Citation ‘The new ball saw the end of Cook, bowled thrillingly through the gate by the fast inswing of Sami’ (Mike Selvey, Guardian 15 July 2006)
    See swing Compare outswing