Indian team 151 victories in Lord’s second test A lot of adrenaline was injected in the five games against England. In addition to the cricket game, the midfield was also very hot, with players engaged in verbal duels, including Indian captain Virat Kohli.
Before Headingley’s third test, England captain Joe Root clarified that his team is eager to rebound and that his team’s approach will not change in any way. “Villat’s team will play their way. We must be the best of ourselves. We must play the game the way we want,” he told reporters on Monday.
Root has no specific plan to keep Kohli quiet. “We can’t be too distracted or attracted to anything. We have to be sincere and do our best as individuals and collectives,” he added.
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But British cricketers have been discussing how to stop their opponents. “You try to find out the percentage of the way you handle different situations in the test match. We learned very well after the last game. We can handle things differently in the third game. We can do things differently in the game. Way to manage the paragraphs of certain regional games.”
Root wanted to remember Lord’s Test as an advertisement for “the greatest form of the sport”, not the unpleasant conversation captured by the stump mic.
‘Wonderful test match’
However, he agreed that when it comes to temper, the conditions are irrelevant. “When you are in the middle, it gets a little hot, whether you are at home or out. Sometimes you have to manage a period of the game well. We have to make sure how we play the cricket game we want in the best way.
“One thing I want to say is that this is a wonderful test match throughout. As an England player and captain, we have no results, but what a wonderful test match, with ups and downs and waves. The tide goes down, and the five-day cricket game back and forth.”
Except for the shoulder-width Mark Wood, all players are in good health and are available to choose from. “I hope we can spend tomorrow smoothly, and we can make choices purely based on conditions,” Rutte said.