New Delhi England are freshly upbeat after winning the first match of the four-Test series, which is seeing a lot of enthusiasm among the team’s players. The second match will be played at the MA Chidambaram Cricket Stadium from February 13, for which all the players are still sweating a lot after practicing the net.
In the second match, England selectors can take a big decision regarding their storm bowler. Fast bowler James Anderson can be rested in the second Test. Team coach Chris Silverwood has indicated this. Anderson took three wickets in the second innings on the fifth day of the first Test match played against India at the MA Chidambaram Stadium here and wrote the script for England’s victory.
Anderson also took two wickets in the first innings. But England coach Silverwood has indicated that Anderson could be rested in the second Test due to the team’s regular change policy. Silverwood told the media, “I am not reluctant to change the winning team, if it is the best for the team and the players. Yes, Anderson did well in the first Test match but we have to wait and see what happens next.” . “
He said, “I am considering whether Stuart Broad and Anderson can be played together. Both the bowlers are in good form but we have to see what can be done in the current situation. We have the team “We have a lot of bowlers that we can field in any match. I am lucky to have players with such great skills in the team.”
On playing all-rounder Moeen Ali, Silverwood said, “Everything is under consideration. If we feel that Ali is needed then we have the option of a regular change. Ali is working hard to the best of his ability.” England beat India by 227 runs in the first match to take a 1-0 lead in the four-match Test series. The second match between the two teams will also be played at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai from 13 February.