For days until the third test between India and England – a day / night affair – in Ahmedabad, the confidence of the Indian team could not increase. Massive victory in the second test and everything looks good in heaven now. In fact, both cricketers and fans are confident that India is now the favorite to win the other two games left in the home series against England, with a 1-1 draw.
He saw the last test match in Chennai They grow kohli and Co. mark all fields with Rohit Sharma, Kohli and Adjinkya Rahane among the tracks, while R Ashwin had the ball in front of the home crowd. The way the English twisted under pressure and withdrew from the match before their second pass could begin to play a testament to the superiority of thinking stemming from Collie’s captaincy.
However, former England wicket goalkeeper Matt Prior believes that their team still cannot be written off and if anything else, a victory in the series is much in their power if Joe Koren receives the support of other players.
“The series is wide open. This England team knows how to win in India and now it will all be about big tracks,” Prior was quoted as saying by the Daily Mail.
“Joe Ruth was in great shape, but we need to see other guys who support him. If they can make big runs, they have a fantastic chance.”
Despite the terrible show of England in the last match, Prior said that it is still a great sight for cricket fans, as some quality cricket is played from both camps.
“I liked the last test so much,” he said. “I know it was all about the pitch, but what he did was reveal some high-level skills from both teams.
“Whether it was the detention of Fox, or the cotton wool of Virat Koli, or 160 of Rohit Sharma. It was great to watch the boys at the top of their game.”