Chennai Test: India Gets First Blow, Shubman Gill Returns to Pavilion – Chennai Test: India gets first blow, Shubman Gill returns to Pavilion

By: Dhirendra

Updated: 13 Feb 2021 10:07 AM IST

New Delhi. The second Test between India and England has started in Chennai today. In the Test, Team India captain Virat Kohli won the toss and decided to bat first. The bowlers of the England team, who won the first Test and have an edge in the Test series, have given India an initial setback on the first day of the second Test. Shubman Gill has returned to the pavilion without playing a better innings.

Akshar Patel got a chance to debut

For the second Test, Virat Kohli has made three changes in the playing 11. Jaspreet Bumrah has been rested. Mohammad Siraj is playing in his place. Apart from this, Akshar Patel has been given the opportunity to debut.

Four changes in England’s team

At the same time, Stuart Broad is bowling for England. Rohit Sharma is under pressure to play big innings. Rohit Sharma has not scored a century in the last five Tests. Four changes have been made to the England team. James Anderson is laid to rest. He is replaced by Stuart Broad. Apart from this, Moeen Ali and Ben Fox have also got a place in the team. Ollie Stone also got a chance to play due to injury to Jofra Archer.


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