India Vs England: Ravindra Jadeja will prove to be the trump card for India on the last day. Team India has high hopes for him. In the fourth Test between India and England being played at The Oval, there is fierce competition. On the last day, England needs to score 291 runs to win, while India will have to take 10 wickets to beat. Batting coach Vikram Rathod believes that the team’s left-arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja will play a key role on the final day of the fourth Test against England.
During the last session on the fourth day, Jadeja was seen making some chances. Rathod said, “I think Jadeja will play an important role on the last day because on the fifth day the pitch can be helpful for the spinners. He bowls well. Jadeja bowls in control, in the last 5-6 overs he created a lot of opportunities.” Rathore has described Jadeja as very important. He said, “If luck favors on the fifth day, then these opportunities can get wickets. Jadeja will play an important role because of these reasons. Apart from him, the middle fast bowlers will also have to do better.”
England got 99 runs lead
Let us tell you that after winning the toss in the Oval Test, England had called India to bat first. India scored only 191 runs in the first innings. England, however, managed to do well against India and scored 290 runs. In this way, England got a 99-run lead in the first innings.
India made a wonderful comeback in the second innings. Thanks to Rohit Sharma’s century, India scored 466 in their second innings. Chasing this target, England scored 77 runs without any loss in their second innings.
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