IND vs ENG Test Series: After the crushing defeat at the hands of New Zealand in the WTC final, the entire focus of Team India is now on the Test series with England. Five matches are to be played in the test series.
Vaughan (Photo Credit: IANS)
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IND vs ENG Test Series : After the crushing defeat at the hands of New Zealand in the final of the WTC, the entire focus of Team India is now on the Test series with England. Five matches are to be played in the Test series and this series will start from August till September. There is still time in this series, but the Indian team is now trying to strategize for it. Meanwhile, the situation in England is also not very good. The team had to lose the series 0-1 to New Zealand. Meanwhile, former England captain Michael Vaughan is considering England’s team as a little weak and has said that defeating the Indian team is not going to be easy. Former captain Michael Vaughan says with such a weak England batting line-up, it will be difficult to beat India in the five-match Test series to be held in August-September. Just before the final match of the World Test Championship (WTC) between India and New Zealand, there was a two-match Test series between England and New Zealand where the Kiwi team defeated the English team 1-0.
Former captain Michael Vaughan told Fox Cricket that England’s batting order is weak. The team can improve if Jos Buttler, Ben Stokes and Chris Woakes come back. But without changing the batting order and understanding how to score big against good bowlers, I don’t think it will last. He said that it would be difficult to beat India with this batting line-up. I can’t understand it until England make a change or two. Michael Vaughan also said that it will be difficult to beat Australia in the Ashes series in Australia later this year. Michael Vaughan said that some tough decisions will have to be taken in view of the series with India and Australia. He said that I want David Malan to play at number 3. Although he is not that famous but if he starts scoring then he can make a big difference. He also has experience and last played in Australia.
india vs england test series schedule
1st Test: 4th to 8th August: Trent Bridge
Second Test: August 12-16: Lord’s
Third Test: August 25-29: Headingley
Fourth Test: 2nd to 6th September: The Oval
Fifth Test: September 10-14: Old Trafford
First Published : 27 Jun 2021, 10:46:35 AM