IND vs ENG: Virat Kohli’s big ‘enemy’ ruled out of second Test! Will hit 71st century now


London: The first match of the 5-match Test series between Team India and England ended inconclusive. But now the eyes of both the teams are on the second Test. Virat Kohli’s army has received news of a relief before the second Test. Actually England’s legendary bowlers Stuart Broad and James Anderson will not be able to play in the second Test.

Relief news for Virat

The exit of James Anderson from the second Test is a relief news for Virat Kohli. In fact, in the last match, Anderson had shown the way to the pavilion on the very first ball. With this, Anderson became the bowler to get Virat out on zero twice in international cricket. With Anderson and Broad out, Kohli has got a golden opportunity to reach his 71st century with ease.

Broad and Anderson are great bowlers

James Anderson and Stuart Broad are the best fast bowlers of all time. Anderson has taken more than 600 wickets in Test cricket and he is also the highest wicket-taker fast bowler. Apart from this, if we talk about Broad, he has also taken more than 500 wickets in his name in Tests. The Anderson-Broad pair has troubled the big batsmen.

Team India also got a big blow

Team India captain Virat Kohli has informed that Shardul Thakur will not be able to play in the second match of the series to be played at Lord’s. Shardul is injured due to which he will not be able to be a part of this match. However, Kohli has said that he will be fit by the third match.


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