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India Will Positively Win Two Or Three Exams

The senior off-spinner Harbhajan Singh has made his pre-series prognosis for the upcoming 5-test rubber in between India and England. While the seasoned cricketer did not clearly state an expected score or the winner, he encourages visitors to “definitely win two or three test matches” of the five.

The first test begins on Wednesday at Trent Bridge. Both teams are missing some of their regular players. Ben Stokes, Jofra Archer and Chris Woakes are unavailable for the hosts while India lost Shubman Gill and Mayank Agarwal (for the first test) to injuries.

Harbhajan Singh is confident that Team India has the players to come out with wins in a few games and that even a draw would be a good result for them after losing on the last three tours.

Joe Root and Virat Kohli (Image source: Twitter)

“India definitely has the team to be successful there. Yes, they lost to New Zealand, which was a one-off game that India didn’t play well in. If this Indian team wins on the coast of England, it will stand out from the rest, ”Harbhajan Singh said on his YouTube video.

“I hope this team will perform well and win the series. My prediction is that India will definitely win two or three test matches and one competition will be a draw. Even if the series is drawn it will be a huge win because of the challenging conditions, ”he added.

England will come under pressure: Harbhajan Singh

Harbhajan Singh said the hosts will be under more pressure than the guests, which would increase India’s chances in the series. Not only are they missing a key figure in Ben Stokes, the off-spinner emphasized, but their clout has also been fragile over the past year.

Joe Root
Joe Root (Image credit: Twitter)

They recently lost at home to New Zealand – their first home defeat in seven years – and their line-up relies heavily on captain Joe Root – on their tour of Asia when Roots batting collapsed, the entire line-up collapsed.

“England will be under pressure because they will play without Ben Stokes. They put a team against New Zealand that I don’t think won’t win a Test for at least a couple of years. If you go out with a team like that, India will pass you by, ”estimated the 41-year-old.

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