India head to England with a strong 20-member squad, some of whom are travelling to the UK for the first time, and some who have been there before.
The final of the World Test Championship is less than three weeks away, and as India get ready to take on New Zealand in the much-awaited clash, most eyes will be on how some of the Indian batsmen perform in England. India head to England with a strong 20-member squad, some of whom are travelling to the UK for the first time, and some who have been there before.
While for Shubman Gill, Mayank Agarwal, Washington Sundar and Mohammed Siraj, along with a few more, this will be their maiden tour of England as international cricketers, the big three of India batting – Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane and Cheteshwar Pujara will embark on their third Test tour of the country.
Kohli, Rahane and Pujara are expected to be the key as far as India’s batting is concerned. However, former India all-rounder Vijay Bharadwaj feels Rahane will be one under most pressure. Rahane has played 10 Tests in England, scoring 552 runs, including one century and four fifties, but Bharadwaj reckons the batsman needs to contribute more
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