IND vs ENG: Who wins in the Virat Kohli-James Anderson clash, know Graeme Swann’s answer

As fans wait for the start of a five-match Test series between Team India and England, there is a clash between Indian captain Virat Kohli and England star fast bowler James Anderson. The ‘Anderson vs. Kohli’ fight has been a highlight of India’s last two England tours. In 2014, Anderson fired Virat many times with his swing and speed. For Virat, the series was one of the worst series of his career. But on the next tour he made such a change in his game that the whole world saluted him. Former England spinner Graeme Swann predicted who would win between the two players before the start of the two-nation series.

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Speaking to SportsKeed, the former English spinner said, “After what happened to Virat in 2014, he came up with full preparation in 2018 and did not let Anderson dominate him. And they should try to remember their tactics on how to deal with them, he said.

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Let me tell you, Kohli has not scored a century in international cricket for more than a year and it has long been a problem in the cricketing world. Swan says, ‘The drought of a century is not in any way an indication that Virat is in rhythm. In the four-Test series at home against England, the Indian captain scored two half centuries and played in full 44 control in the first innings of the World Test Championship against New Zealand. If there is any doubt that Virat is not one of the world’s Fab 4 batsmen, after the Test series against England, Virat will prove it completely wrong.

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