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The Indian cricket team defeated Australia 2–1 in the Test series at the same home after Corona. Now in the home series against England has also taken a 2–1 lead. The last match of the series will be played from 4 March. If the Indian team wins this test too, then this year (from January till now) will become the highest Test winning team. In this case, England will leave the team behind.
After winning the last Test, the Indian team will beat England 3–1 series. At the same time, ICC will also get the ticket for the final of the World Test Championship. New Zealand has already reached the final. The title match will be played at Lord’s on 18 June.
England 2 and India lose one test
England and India have played the most 5-5 Tests since January this year. Both of these teams won 3-3. Team India has so far played only one Test and one draw, while England have lost 2 Tests. This year Australia, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka teams could not win any Test so far. Australia has played a draw in it.
This year Team India has defeated Australia and England. Won one of 2 Tests against Australia and played a draw. At the same time, England lost 2 out of 3 matches. In one, Team India had to face defeat.
Only Rohit and Ashwin can score a century for India
Since January, only two centuries have been scored for Team India. This century is set by Rohit Sharma and Ravichandran Ashwin. Both centuries are against England. At the same time, England captain Joe Root is the top runner in terms of maximum runs. Among the top-5 scorers, India has three batsmen Rohit, Rishabh Pant and Cheteshwar Pujara. This year he scored a double century. This was done by Joe Root.
Ashwin took 4 wickets in 4 Tests and Leach took 26 wickets in 5 Tests.
This year, spinners have taken the most wickets. The top-5 wicket-takers have 4 spinners, including 2 from India’s Ravichandran Ashwin and Akshar Patel. Apart from these, 2 England’s Jack Leach and Dom Bess are. At number 5 is South African fast bowler Enrich Nortje, who has taken 17 wickets in 3 Tests.