Seeing the Chennai pitch, Ajinkya Rahane said – The spinners’ ball will spin from day one. News in Hindi

Chennai: Indian team vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane (Ajinkya Rahane), who is trying to advance to the final of the World Test Championship, hopes that Chepauk’s ground to the ground in the second test match against the England, will turn day bowlers. a. Will be useful for

The Indian team lost the first game of the four-game series by 227 points. During the first two days of the match of this match, the bowlers received no help from the flat field, but there is very little grass and moisture on the match field as of Saturday, which is likely to help spinners.

Rahane (Ajinkya Rahane) said before the game: “ Yes, this pitch is completely different. I’m sure this will be useful for spinners from day one, but like I said before the initial test match, you have to wait and see how it goes in the first session.

Rahane (Ajinkya Rahane) said: “But we have to forget about the first test. We know these situations very well and we have to play our best game tomorrow. The good thing for us is that Akshar Patel is in good shape, but I can’t tell you now who will be in the bottom 11. All of our spinners are good and whoever gets the chance will do well.

Rahane defended the spinners’ performance in the first test match and said the team were not worried about the performance of their first innings. He said: “ If you see the first two days of the game then the spinners and fast bowlers weren’t getting any help from the field. We played 190 overs and looking at their 578 runs you could tell we didn’t play well.

Rahane said: “There was no help coming from this field. If you look at the second rounds all of our spinners did well, especially Ashwin. Asked about 27 no balloons in the first test and 31 captures of the circuit so far, the Indian vice-captain said work was underway to improve it.

Rahane said: “We are working really hard on the things that are under our control. In India catching catches is really important for the outfielder close to the batter and sometimes such things (missing catches) happen. No one does it intentionally, it all depends on your confidence. We are all disappointed with no ball and the bowlers are working on it.