IND vs ENG Test: Team India got good news before the 5th Test, this English bowler will be out of the series!

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IND vs ENG Test: The Test match is to be played between India and England (IND vs ENG) from next month. In fact, on the tour of England last year, the Indian team could not play the last Test due to Corona, while India is currently leading 2-1 in the series so far. With this, if India wins or draws this match, then it can create history in England. But before that a good news has come out for the Indian team. Let us tell you that England fast bowler James Anderson has been ruled out of the third match of the series against New Zealand at present. His injury is said to be the reason behind Anderson’s exit. Stay connected for the latest sports news at hindi.insidesport.in

The third Test match will be played between England and New Zealand from 23 June. But before that the disappointing news for England is that Anderson is not included in the playing XI of the English team in the match against the Kiwi team. On the other hand, captain Ben Stokes says that Anderson has injured his ankle, due to which Jamie Overton will play in his place in the team.

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At the same time, Ben Stokes has said in his statement that, “Unfortunately James Anderson is not in a position to play due to injury, so Jamie Overton will make his debut in this match. Also, we have to play a big match against India. But I am not sure how serious his injury is.” In such a situation, there are speculations that Anderson may be out of the Test match to be played against India.

99 wickets in 21 Tests

Age is proving to be just a number for England’s legendary bowler James Anderson. And against India in England, Anderson is known for his deadly bowling at times. Also, he has played 21 Tests against India on his home soil so far in which he has taken 99 wickets. It is worth noting that Anderson is currently at number three in terms of taking the most wickets in Test cricket with 651 wickets. Before him in this list, Sri Lanka’s Muttiah Muralitharan has taken 800 wickets and the late Shane Warne of Australia has taken 708 wickets.

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