India vs England Test Series: Will the five-match Test series being played between India and England not be completed? Will the Test series being played between India and England be cancelled? After England’s defeat in the second test, many such questions are being raised. Actually, after the defeat in Visakhapatnam, the England team is leaving India. This sudden decision of the English Board is raising many questions in the minds of the fans.
Well, now you don’t need to worry. Here you will get answers to all your questions. First of all, let us tell you that the five-match Test series being played between India and England will not be cancelled, nor will there be any change in its schedule. However, it is absolutely true that after the defeat in the second test, the entire England team is leaving India.
The England team touring India will return to its pre-series training ground in Abu Dhabi and will return to India before the third Test starting on February 15 in Rajkot. The England team will also play golf during this important break. If reports are to be believed, many England players have fallen ill. In such a situation, the England Board has taken this decision to refresh.
Let us tell you that the visiting team has decided to go to Abu Dhabi to utilize the 10-day break between the second and third Test. Instead of reaching India early for the practice matches, England had prepared for this Test series with a practice camp in Abu Dhabi. During the Abu Dhabi camp before the series, the England team spent a lot of time working on ways to deal with the Indian spinners.
After this, England won the first Test match, but its batsmen succumbed to the reverse swing bowling of Jasprit Bumrah in the first innings of the second Test and chased the target of record 399 runs in front of the disciplined Indian bowling in the second innings. Hui lost. India won the second test match by 106 runs. Now the five-match series is currently tied at 1-1. The third test match of the series will be played in Rajkot from 15 February.