The second Test between India and England will begin on August 12. The first match of the five-match Test series between the two is drawn by rain. On the last day of the Test match, Team India needed 157 runs to win, but due to continuous rain, a single ball was not possible on the fifth day. After the tea break, the umpires announced that they would take stock of the field and cancel the match. Former England captain Michael Vaughan has spoken of dropping three players before the start of the second Test.
In his column for The Telegraph, Michael Van Dom said he needed to drop Sibley, Jack Crowley and Dan Lawrence. He said, ‘I’ll talk about Lawrence first. They have to find the answer to how to deal with the first 25 balls. He finds it difficult to play the first 25 balls of every innings. I hope we get back stronger soon.
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Wan later spoke of Crowley saying, ‘I think Crowley has a good chance to improve his career. I’m sure he’ll do well but he has to work on his technique. His bat does not go to the line of the ball, which causes it to slip after the ball is moved from side to side. Finally, von Dominic gave his opinion on Sibley. He said, ‘Sibley, on the other hand, relies heavily on English captain Joe Root for a fast run. My concern is that when the ball doesn’t move much on flat pitches, they create too much pressure because they can’t run.
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Wan advised the management of the team here and said he would like to let Haseeb Hamid replace Sibley. In addition, David Malan and Ollie Pope of Lawrence took the place of Crowley. Wan said there was a good mix of senior and young players among the players he suggested. In the absence of Ben Stokes, England currently have Joe Root, Jose Butler, Johnny Bairstow and David Malan as senior players.