Bengal opener Abhimanyu Easwaran, who was in stand bye, has been added to the main squad with stand bye pacer Avesh Khan also going back home with a fractured left thumb.
Shubman Gill, Washington Sundar and Avesh Khan have been forced out from the ongoing tour.
With England batsmen on rampage, hosts may rejig their bowling
The soft signal was introduced in the initial days of the third umpire but now with technology improving many of the experts feel that ICC should look into this issue more seriously
He used to play as an opener at the age-group level and he had a century in first-class cricket before this match. I feel he has the temperament of a top-order batsman. You can have the shots but your mindset decides if you can perform against a good bowler.
With the rise of several young players like Washington Sundar, Mohammed Siraj and the maverick Rishabh Pant, India have been on a roll both at home and abroad
With the India innings finishing on 365 a lead of 160 the visitors had to bat out three overs before the umpires called for Lunch. At the break, England's score read 6/0 with openers Zak Crawley (5) and Dominic Sibley (1) at the crease.
Pant plundered 13 fours and two sixes in his breathtaking 101 off 118 balls on day two of the final Test against England
England dominated the first two sessions and India looked in all sorts of trouble before Pant (101 off 118 balls) suddenly decided to catch the opposition by the scruff of their necks
Root’s team surrenders momentum as Axar, Ashwin help hosts dominate Day One.
Former Indiana captain and cricket great Sunil Gavaskar is not happy with the move to rest Bumrah. He felt that Bumrah should have been in the side as it was a crucial Test with India having already suffered loss
Ashwin ended with nine wickets in the ongoing first Test, including 6 for 61- his 28th five-for - in England's second innings.
The former left-arm spinner has eased into his new role as a commentator
This time, though, Jadeja's absence from the first two Tests due to a thumb fracture will mean India will have to pair either one, or two
On Tuesday, Australia's fortress The Gabba was finally breached. It took 32 years and two months, but the unthinkable was achieved as an injury-ravaged young Indian team beat Australia by three wickets against all odds
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