IND vs ENG: England announced playing 11 for the second test, Shoaib Bashir got a chance; James Anderson returns

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IND vs ENG: England announced playing 11 for the second test, Shoaib Bashir got a chance;  James Anderson returns

IND vs ENG 2nd Test: England has announced its playing 11 for the second match of the 5-Test series against India. 2 changes have been made in the team. Shoaib Bashir has got a chance in place of Jack Leach, who was ruled out of the second test due to a knee injury. Apart from this, James Anderson has got a place in the playing 11 in place of Mark Wood. The second Test of the series will be played at the YS Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium in Visakhapatnam from February 2. Earlier, England had won the first match of the series by 28 runs.

England’s playing 11 for the second test
Jack Crawley, Ben Duckett, Ollie Pope, Joe Root, Jonny Bairstow, Ben Stokes (captain), Ben Fox, Rehan Ahmed, Tom Hartley, Shoaib Bashir, James Anderson.

Shoaib’s performance in domestic cricket
Shoaib Bashir has played 6 first-class matches so far in his career. During this period, in 10 innings he has achieved 10 successes at an average of 67.00 and economy of 3.30. 6/155 is his best performance in the match. Apart from this, he has also scored 71 runs in this format. Bashir has taken 3 wickets in 7 List A matches. Apart from this, he has taken 2 wickets in 5 T-20 matches.

Anderson’s test career is brilliant
Talking about James Anderson’s Test statistics, he has taken 690 wickets in 341 innings of 183 Tests played so far. 11/71 is his best bowling performance in a Test. He is the bowler taking the most wickets in Tests for England. Apart from this, he is the third highest wicket taker in Test history. In this list, Muttiah Muralitharan (800) is at first place and Shane Warne (708) is at second place.

England won the first test by 28 runs
England won the first test of the series by 28 runs. In the Test played in Hyderabad, the English team, after winning the toss and batting first, was all out for 246 runs in the first innings. In reply, the Indian team scored 436 runs with the help of half-centuries from KL Rahul (86), Yashasvi Jaiswal (80) and Ravindra Jadeja (87). In the second innings, England scored 420 with the help of Ollie Pope’s century. In reply, the Indian team was bundled out for 202 runs in the second innings.


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