Decoding The Report: Dharamsala Set To Test Both India and England With Slow Turner

Rohit Sharma and company are all set to face England for the final time in the five-match test series. The hosts have already won the series and are leading by 3-1 in the five-match series.

Dharamshala is all set to witness the final battle of the series; however, as per the latest reports, Dharamshala is set to test batters from both India and England, as it’s going to be a slow Turner.

As per the report, the unseasonal rainfall has prevented ground staff in Dharamshala from working on the pitch, and they are set to indulge in talk with Rohit Sharma and team management regarding the pitch and its behavior.

The spinners have played a major role in setting up the test series victory for the hosts. On the other hand, this will be the fourth instance when two players from different teams are set to play their 100th test match.

Ravichandran Ashwin and Johnny Bairstow are set to feature in their 100th match for their respective sides.

The first instance was recorded in 2000 against the West Indies, when Michael Atherton and Alec Stewart played their 100th match for their side in the same match.

Ashwin’s Century: Rewriting Cricket History against England

Just one day after India and England, New Zealand are set to take on Australia for the second test match of the series, and this will be the 100th match for both Kane Williamson and Tim Southee.

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