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- The second Test between India and England will be played at the prestigious Lord’s Cricket Ground in London.
- What does the history of Lord’s Cricket Ground say, how many times India and England have come here face to face?
- Lord’s is the most special and oldest ground in the cricket world, India is waiting to break the delusions here
Indian team against England at the prestigious Lord’s Ground in London (Lords Cricket Ground, London) But in the second Test match to be held from Thursday, he would like to break his magic on this ground. The history of the Indian team has not been good at this ground and they have won only two matches out of the 18 Test matches they have played here. India last won here on the 2014 tour, which they got after 28 years since 1986.
India’s top batsmen captain Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane and Cheteshwar Pujara have not had a good record at this venue. Kohli, Pujara and Rahane have played two Test matches each at Lord’s. Kohli averages 16.25, Pujara’s 22.25 and Rahane averages 34.75. Rahane, however, scored a century in 2014.
India’s top three batsmen have scored only one century in six innings, that too with Rahane’s bat in 2014. India also need to focus on their bowling combination. It is expected that the Indian team can enter this match with four fast bowlers and one spinner.
Should Ashwin be given a chance?
However, there are doubts whether the team will play Ravichandran Ashwin or not. Ashwin’s record in England so far has been better. He did better in the World Test Championship and county match against New Zealand. But he was not given a place in the first Test match, which took many cricketers by surprise.
Chances of taking Ishant because..
Shardul Thakur will not be available for India in the second Test and this has been confirmed by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) itself. In this match, India can give a chance to fast bowler Ishant Sharma, who played a key role in India’s victory at Lord’s in 2014. The 32-year-old took seven wickets for 74 runs in 23 overs in that match to help India win by 95 runs.
The England team will obviously find themselves in a better position at the Lord’s Cricket Ground, but looking at the way Team India dominated in the first Test match, it would not be wrong to say that India can spread its glory even at Lord’s.
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