Chennai: There is relief news for Team India after suffering a humiliating defeat to England (227 points) at the hands of England in the first test match played in Chennai. Dangerous England fast pitcher James Anderson could stay out of the second test.
In fact, James Anderson can rest from the second test match to be held in Chennai. England team management are giving them a chance to play in rotation to put pressure on their players. Team India will be relieved if James Anderson does not play in the second test match.
Indians were beaten by Anderson’s reverse swing
In the fourth innings of the first test match, the Indian batsmen had no answer in front of the fatal bowling of the English fast bowler James Anderson. In the fourth round, on the broken ground of Chennai, in front of the inverted swing of Anderson, the batsmen of Team India succumbed. Anderson had broken the backs of the Indian team while bowling Shubman Gill and Ajinkya Rahane in the same goal, after which he also pulled aside the fit Rishabh pants and resumed hopes of saving the game.
Anderson will rest
England coach Chris Silverwood believes there is no shortage of fitness for James Anderson and that even after going through 40 years this fast bowler leads England’s fast bowling attack he will not be not surprised. Anderson played brilliantly on the last day of the first test against India. England won this match by 227 points.
The England coach said: “Anderson is in great shape. Anderson worked hard on it. In addition to being in good shape, he also plays bowling well. As long as he’s fit and strong and healthy and wants to play, he can play.