IND vs ENG: Virat has done it at Lord’s, now repeating history 19 years ago at Headingley Leeds, with Ravichandran Ashwin getting two chances in the XI

After a historic victory at Lord’s, Team India’s eyes have set on conquering Leeds. Headingley Leeds ground is very fond of India. Team India won the last two Tests against the British in the field. The Indian team played the longest cricket match against England in Leeds in 2002, and then the Indian team won by an innings and 46 runs. In such a situation, Team India fans are once again expecting a similar performance from skipper Virat Kohli.

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In 2002, Anil Kumble and Harbhajan Singh took 11 wickets for India. Kumble took 7 wickets and Bhajji 4 wickets. If you look at the stats, Virat Ravichandran Ashwin could be allowed in the playing XI. However, the big question is whether or not the hero thinks Jadeja and Ashwin are together. India have faced England 6 times at Headingley Leeds ground, of which Team India has won 2 times, while the British have hit the ground three times. However, India have defeated the English team in the last two Tests on this ground.

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Playing under the leadership of Virat Kohli, Team India are currently leading 1-0 in the five-match Test series. England defeated the Lord’s by 151 runs at Lord’s. Mohammad Siraj bagged 8 wickets for India, while Mohammad Shami and Jaspreet Bumrah shared a memorable 89 runs. The first Test at Trent Bridge was drawn by rain. India last defeated England in their Test series in 2007. Since then, Team India have suffered a crushing defeat on the 2014 and then 2018 tours.

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