Ian Chappell has said which side will dominate the Test series between India and England

After losing the World Test Championship (WTC) title against Kiwi, Team India’s eyes are now on the test series against England. The series between the two teams will begin on August 4. Regarding the series, Australia’s great Ian Chappell believes there is a good chance they will beat England in their home ground in the upcoming five-match Test series with a brilliant fast bowling attack. Although India lost to New Zealand in the WTC Final, their fast bowling has improved in recent years, making them look like the former West Indies and Australia.

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Chappell wrote in his column, ‘ESPNcricinfo’, ‘In recent years, the Indian team has joined the category of skilled fast bowling teams. As a result, they tasted victory in Australia and reached the final of the World Test Championships and now have a chance to equalize by defeating England in their own cave. “A good fast bowling unit definitely has its benefits,” he said.

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Former Australian skipper Mohammad Shami, Ishant Sharma, Jaspreet Bumrah and Mohammad Siraj have said that the fast bowlers have performed well for India. He praised New Zealand’s fast bowlers and called them fearless as the bowling quartet of the West Indies from the 1970s to the 90s. “The fast bowling quartet of Tim Southee, Trent Boult, Neil Wagner and Kyle Jamison played a major role in the New Zealand World Test Championship final,” Chappell said.

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