IND vs ENG: Did India win the Test series over England? Big update surfaced


Manchester: The fifth Test match between India and England was to be played in Manchester from today i.e. Friday, but it has been canceled after the meeting between the Board of Control for Cricket in India and the England Cricket Board. According to BCCI sources, now this Test match will be played later and at present the result of the series will be incomplete 2-1.

This is the result of India and England test series

BCCI sources have clarified that the fifth and deciding Test match between India and England to be held in Manchester will be played later and India is currently leading the series 2-1. To win the series in England, India will have to play this match later to win or draw.

This thing happened in BCCI and ECB

Earlier, the England Cricket Board believed that if Team India withdrew from playing the match, then this canceled match will be considered as won and the series will be level 2-2. Since the Test series played in England was won by the host country earlier, it will be the winner, but BCCI sources have denied this.

When will the fifth test match be played?

According to the information, when Team India will go to England in 2022 for the 3-match ODI and T20 series of equal number of matches, the fifth Test will be played during that time only. PTI quoted a BCCI source as saying that India have taken a 2-1 lead in the Test series. The fifth and final Test match can be played later.

Why is it important for India to win the series?

It is very important for India to win the series by winning this test match. If this happens then India will win the Test series in England after 14 years. The last time India won a Test series in England was in 2007 under the captaincy of Rahul Dravid. Kohli will have a chance to match Rahul Dravid. Let us tell you that even great captains like Sourav Ganguly and Mahendra Singh Dhoni could not win the Test series in England.


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