India vs England 2nd Test Day 2 | Eng vs Ind 2018

By | August 10, 2018

India vs England 2nd Test Day 2 | Eng vs Ind 2018

ENG VS IND 2018: Pujara-Kuldeep in place of Dhawan-Umesh

LIVE ENG VS IND 2018: India all out for 107 runs in 35.2 overs in 1st inning.

The 2nd match of the 5 match Test series between Team India and England. There have been 2 changes in the playing XI of the team India. C Pujara & Kuldeep Yadav have been included in place of  Dhawan & Umesh Yadav.

India was All out for 107 runs in 35.2 overs in their 1st innings. Ashwin (29) runs for Team India. In addition, captain Kohli scored 23 runs. James Anderson gets 5 wickets.

Team India records in Lord’s

Talk about Team India’s records on the grounds of Lord’s, it is very bad. Indian team has played 17 Test matches on this ground. Of these 17 matches, England has won 11 matches, so the Indian team has won just two times. There was a 4-time Test match draw at the same time.

Team India has won just two wins in the Lord’s. In 1986, under the captaincy of Kapil Dev, the Indian team won the historic victory by defeating the English team by 5 wickets. After 28 years, Team India, with Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s captaincy in 2014, had defeated the hosts by 95 runs.

Record of Test matches between India and England

Talk about the statistics, so far between India and England, have played 118 Tests. Of which India has won 25 Tests, while it has lost 44. 49 Test draws.

Talk about the result of England’s land, so far 58 tests have been done between the two, out of which India has won only 6, while 31 stages England 21 Test draws.

Indian team performance in England

See the results of the Test Series in England, then India last won the three-Test series 1-0 in 2007. After this, in 2011, India lost the series of four Test matches 0-4. In 2014, he had to face defeat in England by 1-3 in the series. That series was of 5 Test matches.

Team India desperate to match at Lords, but these figures are scary

The Indian team has got success in the three-Test series on England soil (1971, 1986 and 2007), except for a draw (2002), India has lost all the other series.

Eyeball on Team India’s bowling line-up

Despite the failure of the batsmen in the 1st Test, bowling coach Bharat Arun denied the possibility of an extra batsman to be dropped. He also said that the second spinner could be considered.

In such a situation, Umesh Yadav may have to stay out, because of Ishant Sharma, Mohammad Shami. There will be the dilemma for selection for the second spinner.

Kohli’s special challenge to Dhawan and Pant on Independence Day

Last time, Ravindra Jadeja had taken three wickets in both innings while playing at Lord’s in 2014, but scored 68 runs in the second innings, making India a successful winning score.

Kuldeep Yadav cannot be ignored Yadav bowled skipper Kohli on the net and troubled him on several occasions. The captain has praised his bowling and the wrist spin bowling in England can prove to be very effective.

The selection of batsmen will prove to be a headache

Even in the batting order, there is a difficult challenge in front of V Kohli. Captain preferred Shikhar Dhawan on Cheteshwar Pujara in the first Test, in which Rahul got the place in the playing 11.

After this, the experiment continued in the Test against Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, but in the next two Tests, Ajinkya Rahane was reduced to third place.

Pujara returned to the number three in the home series of 2015 against South Africa and continued the same sequence for six Tests. After this, he was reinstated in the St. Lucia Test against the West Indies in 2016.

England

Stokes not being in the Playing XI for England is a shock. Stokes did not play in the match due to hearing in the case. David Malan, who was disappointed with bad fielding and batting in the last match, had to leave the team.

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