Team India suffered a blow collapse in both innings during the headingley test.
After playing high quality test cricket in the first two games, the team India He made a terrifying show in his third test and lost the contest with innings and 76 runs. With this, England leveled the five-game series 1-1 and it would be interesting to see how the fourth game unfolds. In particular, the visiting team suffered a blow collapse in both innings during the headingley test.
Therefore, many fans and experts believe that India will nominate additional batters for the fourth game. So far in this series, India has been with five specialist batters with wicket-keeper reshab pants and all-rounder Rabindra Jadeya. This batting lineup was impressive in the first two games, but failed badly in the third test. Therefore, the general opinion is that India should include either Hanuma Bihari or Surya Kumar Yadaf to prolong the blow.
But Indian skipper Virat Kohli doesn’t seem to have the same belief. In a speech to the media after the defeat of the batting, the 32-year-old boy said that if the entire batting order failed, adding additional batters would not guarantee anything. Kori also emphasized that the main purpose on his part was to win the test match. Therefore, Team India may be back in the 4th game with a 7-4 combination.
If your top 6 or 7 don’t work, that extra guy isn’t guaranteed: Virat Kohli
“I don’t believe in that balance. I’ve never believed in that balance. You can try to defeat and save or win the game. Also, you’ve used the same number of batters in your team in the past. I’ve drawn a game, so if the top 6 or 7 didn’t do the job, that extra guy isn’t guaranteed to rescue you every time. ” Cori Said.
“You have to accept it as a team. You have to be responsible and proud to do the job. 20 If you don’t have the ability or resources to get your wicket into a test match, you already have only two results to play. Not. That’s not our way of playing, “he added.
Meanwhile, the fourth test will begin on September 2nd at Kennington Oval in London. When the series is ready 1-1, the winner of the next test will get an unattackable 2-1 lead. Therefore, in order to win, neither side must leave a stone.