Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma was unable to play in the Edgbaston Test because of COVID-19.

He believes that the comeback of captain Rohit Sharma for the next T20Is against England will be extremely beneficial to the Indian team.

He believes the comeback of captain Rohit Sharma for the next T20Is against England will be extremely beneficial to the team. New Zealand’s three-match T20 and ODI series against England follows their stunning defeat at Edgbaston in the fifth Test. A positive COVID-19 test kept Rohit out of the fifth Test. Pacer Jasprit Bumrah had taken over as Team India’s captain in his absence.

“Having a steady captain is critical to the success of the squad. During the recent England and Ireland tours, the captaincy has been hotly contested. We have to reshuffle the captains because of injuries or any other reason. Rohit, on the other hand, is now fit and ready to play in the next games “ANI was informed by Deep Dasgupta.

Everyone now has their sights set on October’s T20 Men’s World Cup in Australia. Dasgupta advised the Indian team to concentrate on each and every game left before the World Cup.

“There are a number of players who have shown off their talents in recent weeks, and the T20 World Cup is only a few months away. With only 20-22 games to go before the World Cup, it’s possible that India’s selectors are already narrowing down their list of potential World Cup candidates. From here on out, every match will be critical “Dasgupta made a comment.

A 269-run partnership between Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow was necessary for England’s historic seven-wicket win over India in the fifth Test at Edgbaston in Birmingham.

A total of 378 runs had been set by India, and they were able to beat that total. As a result of this victory, England now leads India by 132 runs after they were bowled out for 284 in their first innings. India had posted 416 runs in their first innings. The third innings of the match ended with India being bowled out for just 245 runs, giving England a goal of 378 runs to win.

Since 2007, England has denied India their first Test series triumph on English soil 2007 with a 2-2 draw in the series. Their run pursuit in Edgbaston was the most successful ever. While defending a total of 350 or more, India has also lost their first Test match.

T20I series between India and England begins Thursday at Southampton with the first of three games.

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