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New Delhi: A four-game test series is played between the Indian team and England (IND VS ENG). India are ahead 2-1 in the series and now the final match of the series kicks off on March 4 at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Team India has performed brilliantly in the last two tests. However, some changes are underway in the team’s game eleven.

Mayank Agarwal is sweating in a gym

Indian team opener Shubhaman Gill made a big debut in Australia, but his performance in India was poor. In such a situation, Mayank Agarwal may have a chance for the fourth test. Due to this, Mayank Agarwal is sweating a lot in the gym.

Mayank Agarwal shared a photo of it on his Instagram account. In this photo, we see this drummer doing weight training. Mayank gave the caption in the photo: ‘This is your effort. When you try it every day, the change begins gradually.

Neesham enjoyed Mayank

This photo of Mayank Agarwal was commented on by New Zealand all-rounder Jimmy Neesham and trolled him in a funny way. He wrote that congratulations come boy or girl?

Mayank also responded to this comment from Jimmy Neesham and wrote: “This response will be seen on the strength of Indian cricket team strength and conditioning coach Nick Webb”.

Gill turned out to be a flop in India

Apart from the first match of the Test series against Australia, Shubman Gill hasn’t been able to do anything special in this series so far. He scored 0 and 14 points in the second test in Chennai. At the same time, Mayank’s bat also remained calm in the third test.

These cricketers made their debut against Team India, now buses for food

In such a situation, Mayank Agarwal may have a chance in the fourth test. He got an opening in the first two tests in Australia. But he failed to take advantage of this opportunity and could only score 17, 9, 0, 5 points in four innings.

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