ENG VS IND: With his performance of 3/68 during England‘s first innings at Edgbaston, stand-in captain Jasprit Bumrah surpassed his Indian counterpart Bhuvneshwar Kumar to set a new elite record.
India scored 416 runs in their first innings, while England responded with a bowled-out total of 284. The visitors had a 132-run advantage before their second inning began, and at the end of day three, when they were 125/3, they had a 257-run advantage.
While Rishabh Pant was batting, Cheteshwar Pujara was unbeaten at 50. At the close of day 3, India lost two quick wickets along with the significant loss of Virat Kohli for 20. Jasprit Bumrah, meanwhile, blasted England’s top order to raise his season total to 21 wickets, surpassing Bhuvi’s total of 19 wickets from the 2014 series.
Mohammed Siraj grabbed four wickets in the first innings, bringing his series total to 18 wickets, and Mohammed Shami took two, bringing his series total to 13 wickets. Ben Stokes was the crucial victim of Shardul Thakur in the second innings.
India lost two quick wickets in the second innings, to Shubman Gill (4). And Hanuma Vihari (11) before Kohli and Pujara began the restoration process, which Pant elaborated on.
ENG VS IND: Jasprit Bumrah Over Takes The Bhuvneshwar’s Record Of 19 Wickets
Before a covid outbreak in the Indian camp forced the cancellation of the fifth Test, Team India was up 2-1 in the series. Then, in July 2022, both boards discovered a window to host a full series. At the beginning of the fifth Test in Edgbaston.
Following the conclusion of the Test match, the two teams play three T20Is and three ODIs. Beginning on July 7 in Southampton, the T20I series
- Jasprit Bumrah 21 in 2021-22
- Bhuvneshwar Kumar 19 in 2014
- Zaheer Khan 18 in 2007
- Ishant Sharma 18 in 2018
- Subhash Gupte 17 in 1959
That broke Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s record, which he set in 2014 during a five-match series, of 19 wickets. And during England’s second innings in Birmingham, Bumrah. He is captaining India in place of Rohit Sharma, should have the opportunity to increase his total.
Even though India has a history of producing excellent spin bowlers. Only leg-spinner Subhash Gupte, amassed a five-match series high of 17 wickets in 1959. He can be found in the top five of a list that is dominated by contemporary quick bowlers.
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ENG VS IND: Playing XI From Both Teams
Indian Team: Shubman Gill, Cheteshwar Pujara, Hanuma Vihari, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, Rishabh Pant(w), Ravindra Jadeja, Shardul Thakur, Mohammed Shami, Mohammed Siraj, Jasprit Bumrah(c).
England Team: Zak Crawley, Alex Lees, Ollie Pope, Joe Root, Jonny Bairstow, Ben Stokes (capt), Sam Billings (wkt), Matthew Potts, Stuart Broad, Jack Leach, James Anderson.