The second match of the Test series between England and Srilanka will be played from 22 January. The competition will be in Galle. At the same time, after winning the first Test match by 7 wickets, England did a great job after 64 years. This was about the fourth consecutive Test match victory on foreign soil. But, when he plays against Sri Lanka in the second Test, his eyes will now be on another record as well. England’s next mission will be to break the 108-year-long chain.
After the year 1913, England has not won 5 consecutive Test matches together on foreign soil. But this time the chance is golden. 4 They have won. In such a situation, if you win the second Test in Gaul, then after 108 years, it would be amazing to win 5 consecutive Tests.
England in the mood for a clean sweep before India’s tour
If the England team occupies the second Test in Gaul, then they will end their affair as well as do a clean sweep in the 2 Test series. After this clean sweep, he will come on a tour of India with high spirits. About which Captain Joe Root has already said that the match will be tough.
Tough fight will take place from India
England captain Joe Root spoke in an interview about the challenges he faced during his tour to India. He said, “India is a great team. There will be a wonderful series with him. Tough fight will be seen in both teams. We will just focus on giving our best. ”
Team India will have heavy weight at home
Seeing the way England defeated Sri Lanka in the first Test, its path to the second Test is also looking easy. But, his challenges against India will be different. Team India has returned to Australia by defeating the Test series at their home. And then he has to play against England in his own den. That is, there are no two opinions in this that the pan India will be heavy.
The first two matches of the 4 Test series against England will be played in Chennai in India. While the remaining 2 matches will be in Ahmedabad. The Indian team will reach Chennai on January 27, where it will start practice after a 3-day quarantine.