New Delhi: The tussle of the Test series between India and England continues. Two matches have been played out of the 5-match series and India are ahead 1-0. Now the match will be played on the ground of Leeds from 25 August. Team India performed tremendously in the second test, not only one player won this match on his own, but the whole team had a hand in this victory.
In such a situation, in the third Test, Team India would not like to make much changes in the playing XI. However, there is a star player in the team who can be thrown out.
Jadeja’s card will be cut from the third Test
Team India has given place to only one spinner in the first and second test. Jadeja (Ravindra Jadeja) has played both the matches by ousting senior player Ashwin. But surprisingly, a player like Jadeja could not do anything special in these matches. The purpose of including Ravindra Jadeja in the playing XI proved to be a flop. Ravindra Jadeja could neither take a single wicket nor play any big innings in this test match. England’s batsmen are not facing any problem with Jadeja’s straight balls, on the contrary, runs are being scored on Jadeja’s balls.
Ashwin’s luck will open in the third test
Ravichandran Ashwin can be given a chance in place of Jadeja in the third Test match to be held in Leeds from August 25. Ashwin had a great performance in the home Test series against England. Ashwin scored a century in the Chennai Test with the ball as well as with the bat. The England batsman has appeared weak in front of Ashwin. More variation in Ashwin’s bowling is enough to get him a ticket to the playing XI.
Team India beat England in second test
In the second match of the 5-match Test series, Team India defeated England by 151 runs. There was a time in this match that England’s team would win this match easily, but the players of Team India did not allow this to happen. The great partnership of Shami and Bumrah kept the Indian team in the match and then the bowlers gave their amazing, in the end India won the match. The third test match between India and England will be played at Leeds from August 25.