India vs England: A four-match Test series is to be played between India and England next month. The first match of this test series will be played from February 5 at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. This series will be a part of the World Test Championship and that is why the series will be very important for both the countries. Let us know which big records can be made or broken in this series.
King Kohli can become the third Indian to do so against England
Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli has scored 1570 runs in 19 Tests against England at an average of 49.06. In this way, by scoring 470 runs in this four-match series, he can become the third Indian batsman to score 2000 runs in Test cricket against England. Earlier, when England visited India in 2016-17, Kohli scored more than 600 runs in that four-match series.
Kohli can match this record of Gavaskar
Sunil Gavaskar has played most Tests for India against England as captain. He has led the Indian team in a total of 14 matches against the English team. At the same time, Kohli has captained India in 10 Tests against England. In such a series, he will be equal to this record of Gavaskar.
Root that can name this record
English team captain Joe Root has scored 1421 runs in 16 Tests against India at an average of 56.84. If Root 305 runs in this Test series against India, then he will become the second English cricketer to score the most runs in Test cricket against India. Root had scored over 400 runs on his last tour of India. During that time a century was also struck from his bat.
James Anderson can become the third highest wicket taker in Test cricket
One of England’s greatest fast bowlers, James Anderson has taken 600 wickets in 156 matches of Test cricket. With 20 wickets in this four-match series against India, he will become the third highest wicket-taker after Muttiah Muralitharan and Shane Warne in Tests. Right now, Anil Kumble is at number three in this list. Kumble has 619 wickets.