The second match of the five-match Test series between India and England will be played at Lord’s from August 12. The first match of the series between the two teams was a draw due to rain. Indian fast bowlers performed brilliantly in this Test and badly destroyed England’s top order. England’s top three batsmen – Jack Crawley, Dom Sibley and Rory Burns – scored a total of 97 runs. Following his disappointing performance, England head coach Chris Silverwood has suggested that Haseeb Hamid may be allowed in the second match at Lord’s.
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He said, ‘Yeah, I think our top order needs to do better. Team captain Joe Root’s performance in the last six months has been really good, but we also want players who bat with him to score runs. We need to do better by other players to reduce the pressure on the root. Silverwood said, ‘We have to accept that we’re not scoring and we need to see why this is happening. That doesn’t mean the effort isn’t being made. We need to find the formula that suits us. We are working on it. ‘
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Speaking of Haseeb, he played the last Test of his career against India. The 24-year-old played three Tests in England’s 2016 India tour, scoring 219 runs at an average of 34.21. It includes 2 fifties. After that he was injured and left out of the team. As for Hamid, Silverwood said, ‘I’m sure he’s as ready as he can be. He strengthened his claim by scoring centuries in Durham. We must decide to let him at some point.