India and England will play their first Test match of the five-match series on January 25.
Ever since Ben Stokes and Brendon McCullum assumed leadership roles in red-ball cricket, England has shown to be an extremely formidable team. Their aggressive style of cricket has transformed the longest format; they have already defeated South Africa, Pakistan, and New Zealand. In the Ashes 2023, they finished 2-2 versus Australia. India, who are coached by Ben Stokes, are thought to have the most difficult assignment before of them since they lack sufficient experience playing in spin-friendly conditions.
Nasser Hussain, a former England captain, forewarned the team about the difficult circumstances in India. He said the hosts are prepared to put Bazball to bed and are awaiting the series. He thinks the Rohit Sharma-led team would win if India produces fantastic spin pitches, but England can also win if they make the surface more spin-friendly.
“India is awaiting. The topics of Indian cricket and Bazball have been discussed extensively, and their meeting is quickly approaching. Many Indian supporters are eager to see Bazball and put the controversy behind them, Nasser Hussain stated on Sky Sports Cricket.
I believe the Indian management’s spinners and hitters will outspin and outbat ours if they request strong, spin-producing deliveries. I believe it involves England’s spinners as well if they want pitches that are a little bit lottery-style and it becomes really successful,” the 55-year-old stated.
Should it spin, Root emerges as England’s most significant player: Hussain
Hussain thinks that Joe Root and Ben Duckett, who are both outstanding spinners, would be crucial for England if the pitch helps the spinners. He said that the visitors wouldn’t be merely pushing and prodding like they did previously and recalled that Ben Stokes is also an incredible spin player.
Root emerges as England’s most valuable player if it spins. Duckett as well,, additionally Stokes is a beautiful player of spin and their thinking as well. As we observed in Pakistan, when various pitches exhibited very little spin. They receive 500 in a day or whatever, low and slow. Hussain stated, “So, don’t expect what we saw last time, where batters are just prodding and pushing.”