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IND vs ENG: What is England’s planning for the second match, the storm bowler opened the big secret

New Delhi The third match of the four-Test series will begin on Wednesday at Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad, for which fans are seeing great enthusiasm among the players. Players of both teams are sweating profusely in net practice to win the match.

India and England have won one match each in the series so far. This series is very important to make it to the final of the World Test Championship. At the same time, England’s storm bowler Joffra Archer said that if his team wins the day-night Test in Motera, then the fourth and final Test will be under their control.

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Archer, who was out of the second Test due to Honey’s injury, will return in this match. Asked if England can win the Test series from here, he said, ‘Absolutely. This is why the next test is important. If we win here, we can draw a fourth Test.

He said, ‘We always play to win, but if we win the next Test, we can put pressure on the last match. Archer said that he is awaiting bowling with pink ball. He said, ‘It looks like a common pink ball. I have played with pink ball many times. It is slightly stiff and has a low gloss. When it is illuminated, it takes more seam.

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The pink ball may help the fast bowlers, but the pitch is likely to turn. Archer said, “The role of spinners is important in India. The captain does not expect five or six wickets from the fast bowler in the subcontinent. If two or even three are found, then it is our job to understand that work is done.

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