ind vs eng 5th preliminary test: the fifth test will be held in Manchester; Possibility of two crucial changes in the Indian team

India is on the brink of a historic achievement in Manchester. India can win the series by defeating England if they win the last round. Despite the tie, India won the series. The goal of Virat Kohli and his team is to work hard not to lose. India dominated all three events in the series, including the first event. Only Joe Root and his team won the Leeds event.

The fifth test will be carried out

Kovid also confirmed to one of the Indian support staff members that there were doubts as to whether the fifth test would be carried out. Kovid was confirmed by the team’s junior physio. Coach Ravi Shastri and bowling coach Bharat Arun had previously been diagnosed with the disease. Since the result of the Indian team members was negative, it was ensured that the match would take place.

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Rahane out?

Ajinkya Rahane is the worst hitter in the series so far. Hanuma Vihari or Suryakumar Yadav could be on the roster if the vice captain is left out of Manchester. Even Indian tail batsmen have scored more than Rahane. Rahane will face a great challenge if he gets the chance again.

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Read also: Sanju Samson has made it clear that going out is not a problem and will not change the focus of the game.

Possibility of change in the alignment of the pins.

India is likely to make changes to the bowling lineup. At least one of the pacemakers, Mohammad Siraj and Jaspreet Bumra, can rest. R Ashwin is unlikely to be considered further. Jadeja will be the only spinner. Mohammad Shami, Umesh Yadav and Shardul Thakur are likely to play.

(AP Photo / Kirsty Wigglesworth)

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