Former Britain captain Michael Atherton has loaded laud on Virat Kohli-led Group India ahead of the third Test to be played in Headingley from August 25.
Atherton said that India ought to have been 2-0 up within the series fair. Since of the savagery of aim, they have appeared amid the series.
“The fierceness of their play, their will to win, and their ability to carry them through troublesome minutes. They have to behave cleared any questions around how the Nottingham Test would have wrapped up but for rain. To all desire and purposes, India got to be 2-0 up,” Atherton composed in his column for the Telegraph.
The first Test at Nottingham
The first Test at Nottingham finished in a draw after the ultimate day was washed out. India required 154 runs to win the first Test on the fifth day. Therefore, within the moment Test at Lord’s. India made a surprising comeback on the ultimate day to beat Britain by 151 runs.
“Over two matches, Britain have competed for long periods and this without a few genuine cricketers Ben Feeds, Jofra Bowman, and Chris Woakes missing for two Tests and Stuart Wide for one. Former England captain Michael.
“They have the benefit of two of their greatest cricketers, in James Anderson and also Joe Root, and in Test cricket. The great players can make up a lot of ground for limitations elsewhere. All is not lost,” said Atherton.
Atherton also rued the fact that lack of domestic first-class cricket is also hurting England badly. Former England captain Michael.
“In the short term, given the injuries and lack of domestic first-class cricket to provide alternatives, and also there is not a great deal to be done,” he said.