New Delhi: Brett Lee knows a thing or two about being part of great bowling lineups. In his illustrious international career, Lee has shared the dressing room with Glenn McGrath, Shane Warne, Jason Gillespie and then the generation that came after that included a young and fiery Shaun Tait and Mitchell Johnson. So when the 42-year-old former pacer says that the current Indian bowling line up can help the team dominate world cricket, it is high praise. Also Read – We don’t ask for kind of tracks we get: Bowling coach Arun”India have got a good pace line up,” Lee said. “This is the first time we are seeing some real pace throughout India. They have a lot of youngsters coming through and obviously there are the likes of (Mohammed) Shami and (Jasprit) Bumrah; the Indian bowling stocks right now are very healthy. “So as a foreigner coming to your country it is great to see. There is no reason why India can’t dominate world cricket because of their bowling,” he said. Lee’s own former team Australia, who have had a torrid time in ODI over the past two years, seem to have found form at the right time and he feels they can go “as far as they want” in the World Cup beginning on Thursday.