India have a new coach in the form of Rahul Dravid, while Rohit Sharma has replaced Virat Kohli as the captain. The home team has also changed. led by the new captain Ben StokesThey have won just two test matches against New Zealand, After sealing the series, they play the final match starting on Thursday before leaving edgbastonWhere they will take on India from July 1.
Stokes & Company is not lacking in form DravidianWho left for England in the early hours of Monday after the T20I series against South Africa.
“In terms of Test matches, it’s going to be exciting for us. It’s just a one-time Test match, but World Trade Center The numbers and the series are on the line and the people who have played the role would like to do well and look forward to it. England are playing well at the moment and it is going to be a little different from last year when England were probably a little on the back foot.
“They have played some good matches and our team is also very good. Hopefully we will have a good match,” Dravid said.
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Key players of the Indian Test team, including former India captain Virat Kohli, began training for the rescheduled fifth Test against England, which begins in Birmingham from July 1. (Photo Credits: BCCI Twitter)
Dravid returns to the country where he first made his Test debut in 1996 as the coach of the senior team. The former India captain said that he is excited about the competition.
“It’s always lovely to play Test matches in England. The crowd is going to be great and when you play Test cricket there they are good. I love playing Test cricket (in England). I love coaching in Test cricket and I Looking forward to it. This,” said the 49-year-old.