Windies Have Won The Toss And Have Opted To Bat In Hyderabad Test
The second match between India and West Indies was held at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad on Friday. Westindies Captain Jason Holder, who won the toss, chose to bat. The holder has revealed two changes in the team. Keemo Paul replied to Sherman Lewis that he had come to the Jimmy Whirkey team. On the other hand, there is a change in the Indian team. Captain Virat Kohli has said that the fast bowler Mohammed Shami has been rested.
Team india is looking forward to another Test series win over his own. India, who have been a huge success in the first Test, are also looking to win the second Test and win the series. If the pitch is here for spinners, stopping India is not the Windies generation. In fact, in the four Tests in the past, India has reached the top of the opponents.
India, who finished the Test against New Zealand in 2010, finished the innings with 115 runs in the Test against the same team in 2012. It was followed by a 135-run innings victory over Australia in 2013. In the Test series against Bangladesh last year, India scored 208 runs. According to the statistics, the current conditions are favorable to India. Whether the team cleans up or not!