Ind vs Eng: The Indian team is going to host the England cricket team next month. Meanwhile, England coach Chris Silverwood has praised India for the victory in the Border-Gavaskar series in Australia on Tuesday. Silverwood says that it will be difficult to defeat India and England will have to do their best to do so in the upcoming Test series.
India beat Australia 2–1 even without their key players due to fitness problems. India had made a spectacular comeback in the series after being reduced to 36 in Adelaide. Silverwood said in the virtual press conference, “It has been known from the series played against Australia that it will not be easy to defeat India.” This is a big challenge before us.
India and England will compete in February
The England team will play four Tests, five T20s and three ODIs in the series starting on February 5. Coach Silverwood said that “I think we can beat them, but the matches will be very close. We know that the Indian team is fantastic, especially it is very difficult to beat them on our soil. It will be an exciting challenge, we are also in good form.
England beat Sri Lanka 2–0.
Let us know that England has defeated Sri Lanka 2–0 in the two-Test series. After coming to India, the England team will have to be quarantined for six days. Due to this, England’s team will be able to practice only 3 days before their first Test match in February. On Monday, three players of the England cricket team Ben Stokes, Joffra Archer and Rory Barnes have reached India. Those who have completed the quarantine time will get 5 days of practice time.
Talking about the match of both teams, the first Test match will be played between February 5 to 9 and the second match will be played from February 13 to 17 at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. After this, the third match will be played between February 24 to 27 and in Ahmedabad from March 4 to 8.
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