I have always been confused by the way the batters react to the bowler coming around the wicket.
It strikes me that by going around the wicket the bowler is effectively reducing the area of the stumps they can aim at as the wicket is going to be at an angle to their delivery.
What a lot of batters seem to do is set up in the same way they would to a bowler going over the wicket. This then creates an angle for the delivery that can cause them problems. I don't understand why they don't alter the angle of their setup so that they face the bowler rather than still facing the stumps at the opposite end.
Context: I have played very little cricket and so have little experience of what it is like to face different angles of delivery.