India and England (India vs England) is going to have an exciting competition in Ahmedabad in the day-night test from tomorrow i.e. 24th February. The third match of the four-match Test series between the two teams will be played at the world’s largest cricket stadium, Motera. This match will be played tomorrow at 2:30 pm. The Indian team would like to avoid defeat by not taking any risk.
Defeat in either of the next two Tests of Team India can make it difficult for the final of WTC. India need to win the next two Tests and capture the series to reach the final. Let’s take a look at which 3 Indian players can prove to be match winners in the day-night test against England.
Virat Kohli can be a match winner in the day-night Test match against England. Last year, Kohli did not score a century from his bat and he is hungry for runs. In such a situation, Kohli can prove to be a big threat to England. Please tell that Virat Kohli has not been able to score a century in a long time. Virat Kohli last scored a century against Bangladesh (Bangladesh) in the Day Night Test match played in November 2019, but since then Kohli (Virat Kohli) could not score a century in any format of cricket. Team India captain Virat Kohli will be desperate to score a century in the day-night Test match against England.
Team India’s ‘hitman’ Rohit Sharma can prove to be a match winner for India in the day-night Test in Ahmedabad. His bat against England is ready to spew fire. In the second Test match played in Chennai, Rohit Sharma played a quick innings of 161 runs. Rohit had hit 18 fours and 2 sixes in this innings. Rohit Sharma would like to retain the same form in the day-night test match.
Indian cricket team’s star of spin bowler Ravichandran Ashwin can also become match winner for India in Ahmedabad. In the second Test match played against England in Chennai, Ashwin did wonders. In that match, besides taking 8 wickets, Ashwin also scored a magnificent century. If the Ahmedabad pitch helps the spin bowlers, then Ashwin will make it difficult for the England batsmen.