The third Test of the five-match Test series between India and England will be played at Leeds Headingley Stadium from 25 August. In the current series, the Indian cricket team is leading 1-0. Host England have announced their squad for the third Test, which includes T20 International Cricket’s number-one batsman David Malan. Apart from Malan, Saqib Mahmood is also in the squad and Dome Sibli and Jack Crowley have been dropped. Former India cricketer Akash Chopra has now announced his selection for the England selection for the Leeds Test. Chopra said there was a lack of quality in the batting department for the current England side.
Chopra criticized the England team on his YouTube channel, saying that all but the batsmen, except skipper Joe Root, were filling a place in the team. He said, ‘There are many options, but the England team emphasizes on the numbers and not the quality. Only one batsman has that quality and that is Joe Root. Speaking of the Test match, the rest of the batsmen are just completing the numbers. Especially when India has a good bowling attack.
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Commentator Chopra, who has become a cricketer, said that England batsmen are totally in front of India’s bowling. He said, ‘It’s true. Whether you like it or not. In the batting department, England are kneeling. The Indian team’s fast bowling attack was taken by 39 Indian fast bowlers out of 40 England wickets and the remaining one wicket is out.
Can go with a fast bowling attack.
Former India cricketer Mahmood has spoken about joining the third Test in England. Chopra said he hoped England could go with a speeding attack in the third Test in Leeds. He said, ‘Dom Sibley and Jack Crowley have been eliminated. David Malan and Saqib Mahmood have been called back. Shakib performed well against Pakistan. He was part of the squad for the second game, but was released but has now been called up for the injury to Mark Wood.