India versus England: Root reminded India of day-before-night test

The third Test of the four-Test series between India and England will be played at Sardar Patel Stadium in Ahmedabad from February 24. It is the first international match to be played at the world’s largest cricket stadium. The match is played day and night and with a pink ball. India played their last Pinkball Test on the tour of Australia, where Team India could score 36 in the second innings, which is India’s lowest score in Test cricket. On the eve of the Ahmedabad Day-Night Test, England captain Joe Root reminded Team India of this match while playing the Mind game, while former India cricketer Wasim Jaffer stopped talking to them.

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In fact, ESPN Cricinfo tweeted a statement from Joe Root, in which he said 36 All Outs are our focus because it is a matter of concern to them, which moves in their minds. Responding to this, Jafar said, ‘When England played the Test day and night, they had a score of 27/9, the team was all out for 58 against New Zealand. I’m just saying. ‘

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The first two Tests of the series between India and England were played at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai, the first of which was won by England and the second by India. The series is currently 1-1. The rest of the series is very important for both teams. The result of the series will determine which team will play against New Zealand in the final match of the first season of the ICC World Test Championship. If New Zealand reach the final, India, England and Australia will be in the final.