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Ahmedabad: The four-game test series between the Indian team and England (IND VS ENG) is 1-1. In the first match, where the visiting team beat the Indian team, in the second match, Team India took revenge and beat England. Now, the third Test in the series will be played from February 24 at Sardar Patel Stadium in Motera. This match will take place day and night and will be played with a pink ball. In such a situation, which team falls on whom, it is difficult to guess from now on.

Stokes is ready for any challenge

English all-rounder Ben Stokes said test players should be used to playing in all kinds of situations, ignoring the discussion of useful spinner locations in India. Stokes isn’t sure how the ground will behave, but he thinks top cricketers need to be prepared for all kinds of situations.

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Stokes (Ben Stokes) wrote in his “Daily Mirror” column: “Being a test drummer means you should be able to deal with all kinds of situations. India is a place where it would be very difficult for foreign drummers to succeed, but the same is true in England ”.

He said: “And this challenge is part of the game and that’s why we love it”.

Motera’s ‘Mystery’ pitch

Stokes (Ben Stokes) said, “Usually in pink ball games around the world there is such a period where the ball is supported by light and the role of the quick bowlers is important.

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Ben Stokes said: “This will be a very important moment for us. It’s new ground that looks pretty good, but no one knows how its pitch will perform. We have a good spin department, but hopefully conditions will be such that the fast bowlers will help them.

Stokes banned questions raised on the pitch

Wicket rotation in India has become a topic of discussion during the current series and former England players such as Michael Vaughan have raised questions as to whether these wickets are ideal for try-out cricket.

India won the second test in Chennai by 317 runs and made a four-game streak. Stokes only had two overs in this game which is part of the discussion.

Stokes (Ben Stokes) said: “ You don’t have to pay too much attention to the fact that I didn’t do a lot of overs in Game 2. If it was lousy terrain, I would have certainly done more over.

He said: “I think I can have many other reasons for bowling in the next game in the light of the light.”