Axar Patel and India make England pay with the one that goes straight on | Anand VasuAnand Vasu at the Narendra Modi Stadiumon February 24, 2021 at 5:30 pm on February 24, 2021 at 5:30 pm on February 24, 2021 at 5:30 pm Sportblog | The Guardian

At the brand new Narendra Modi Stadium, the skiddy pink ball confused the visiting batsmen by simply refusing to turn

In Indian cricket’s newest stadium, a tale as old as Test cricket itself unfolded as India took control of the third Test, bowling England out cheaply once more. England’s fear of the turning track came to the fore and India’s spinners again showed it is the straight ball that can prove most dangerous when there is turn on offer.

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Continue reading…At the brand new Narendra Modi Stadium, the skiddy pink ball confused the visiting batsmen by simply refusing to turnIn Indian cricket’s newest stadium, a tale as old as Test cricket itself unfolded as India took control of the third Test, bowling England out cheaply once more. England’s fear of the turning track came to the fore and India’s spinners again showed it is the straight ball that can prove most dangerous when there is turn on offer. Related: India skittle England for 112: third Test, day one – live! Related: Jack Leach: ‘As a spinner, you’re going to get some treatment at times’ Continue reading…Read MoreEngland in India 2020-21, England cricket team, India cricket team, Cricket, SportSportblog | The Guardian

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