Winning against Indian team not easy, says England head coach Chris Silverwood | IND vs AUS: England coach Chris Silverwood fears Indian squad ahead of series start

New Delhi: Even before the start of the four-game series against the Indian team, England head coach Chris Silverwood looked a little scared. Silverwood says it will be very difficult to defeat India and England players will have to do their best to achieve this feat.

Praise for victory in Border-Gavaskar Trophy

India recently named the completed test series in Australia 2–1. It was India’s second consecutive series victory on Australian soil. The special thing about this series was that almost all of the great Indian players had come off the tour due to injury, while captain Virat Kohli, who called himself the team’s reed, also returned home after the first test.

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Silverwood (Chris Silverwood) praised this sentiment from the Indian team, saying: “It shows from the series played against Australia that it will not be easy to beat India. It is a great challenge that awaits us.

The series will begin on February 5

The series of tests that will be played between England and India will begin on February 5. The first two matches of the series will be in Chennai, while the last two matches will be played in Ahmedabad. Players from India and England are currently staying at a hotel in Chennai for six days of isolation, where a bio-bubble has been created. Here, players from both teams will be regularly tested for the corona virus. Both teams will be able to start practice from February 2 after completing the isolation period.

India dominates England in Chennai

India dominates England in Chennai. Both teams have played 9 matches so far here, of which India have won 5 and England have won three matches. The last time England played on this pitch, India won the game by one set and 75 points.