After an extremely satisfactory tour Down Under, we have another highly anticipated series ahead of us. England toured India for four test matches. And the first starts in Chennai on February 5th.
Virat Kohli is back in India, as are other test regulars who like Ishant Sharma and Hardik Pandya. England landed in India with great confidence after winning two series of games in Sri Lanka in which they dominated all days. You have a big job ahead of you, however, as recent history does not paint a good picture. England won the 2012/13 series but were drubbing 4-0 last time in India.
There is a lot at stake and a lot has to do with World Cup points. The only place is open for the finals at Lord’s. New Zealand has already found its way to the finals after Australia withdrew from the tour of South Africa. That means India and England will fight hard to be the second finalist. The Aussies are hoping for an outside chance.
In Chennai, Joe Root will captain England for the first time at a Test in India, and it happens to be 100th. A win to kick off the tour is exactly the kind of morale booster the squad would be looking for.
With just a few hours to go before the tests, we thought we’d share your knowledge of India-England friendly matches with this one Test quizzes. Most of the questions have to do with games that took place in India.
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Since his terrible show on an away series in England in 2014, Kohli has demolished England’s attack both at home (2016) and away (2018), despite the team having different results on the two series.
Not part of the Sri Lankan series, Ben Stokes, Jofra Archer and Rory Burns arrived in India on Sunday night and will have five days to exercise after their hotel quarantine.
Gambhir said English skipper Joe Root, who did well in Sri Lanka’s test series of two games that his team won 2-0, will find a very different challenge in India.
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