The England-India Test series has begun, and the opening day of the first Test has already been aggression. Even before the series began, there were heated debates on who had the upper hand. Here is Vengarkar About England-India Test Series.
Vengarkar About England-India Test Series
Former Indian cricketer Rahul Dravid believes that this is India’s greatest opportunity to win the series in England. Many individuals in the cricketing community are pleased with Dravid’s comments, and now former India skipper Dilip Vengsarkar has added his name to the list.
India had last won a Test series in England 14 years ago when Dravid was in charge. But since the side has failed to leave an immense effect on English soil. However, the Indian team now on tour is powerful and has a wide range. Vengsarkar shared similar thoughts, claiming that the squad has world-class bowlers adding that they can improve their chances against the hosts.
I hope Virat and Rohit come into their own and score a lot of runs: Vengsarkar
“I agree with [Rahul] Dravid. India has a very good chance because this is the first time, we are traveling to England with such world-class bowlers. Guys like Shami, Bumrah, Siraj and Ishant are top class. I think this indeed is India’s best chance,” Dilip Vengsarkar told in an Interaction.
Including a deadly bowling performance that takes advantage of the Indian conditions, India must also enjoy themselves with the circumstances. In the past, the Indian batsmen have struggled because of the shifting Duke’s ball. Vengsarkar, on the other hand, is depending on Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma doing well in the series, describing them as the team’s most valuable assets.
“I’m sure he will be able to break his century drought because, at the end of the day, he is a fabulous player. He and Rohit are probably the best India has got and I hope they come into their own and score a lot of runs. But at the same time, I would like others also to chip in, that’s important because we can’t only depend on just two batsmen. Others need to contribute as well,” he added.