England’s Leach relishing upcoming India Test series

England’s Leach relishing upcoming India Test series

Meanwhile, in other news that is sure to be greeted well by fans in a world still grappling with the coronavirus, the BCCI, and the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association have chose to allow 50 percent of spectators at the second India-England Test to be held at the M A Chidambaram stadium, a top TNCA official told PTI on Monday. After the same team also lost by a 4-0 scoreline four years later which led to Cook getting axed as the Test skipper. The third match of this Test series played in India will be played at Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad, the world's largest cricket stadium. With this, this will be the first time in India in the Corona era when viewers will be able to watch their favorite games and players play live on the field.

"I think there's pressure all the time when you play for England".

Leach said he is not thinking about becoming the number one spinner in the team with a good showing against India and just wants to build on the success he enjoyed in Sri Lanka. I'd certainly be putting that pressure on myself.

England played dominant cricket against Sri Lanka and wrapped the series with a 2-0 clean-sweep. "Actually, we don't have enough time and it will be a tight squeeze to make the arrangements in the stands for the second Test since we can't go in there during the first Test", a source from TNCA was quoted as saying.

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Reflecting on his performances in Sri Lanka, Leach admitted there was more improvement to come, despite taking nine wickets across the two second innings when the pitches were turning and expectation was at its highest. Given how the surfaces gradually become a spinners' paradise as the match progresses in India, this could be particularly encouraging for him. "I would prefer to bowl round the wicket". I'm probably someone who's never happy in a way, and there's more improvement from me to come. I feel like I have more dismissals in play and I wouldn't want to change something just because someone else did it. "We've got a series here to win and that is my main focus".

(MENAFN - Khaleej Times) England's Jack Leach said Monday it would be a 'dream to make his mark on India's spin-friendly matches in his maiden tour of the South Asian giant.

"It feels really good to be back playing cricket, that is what I get paid to do". The summit clash is scheduled to take place at the iconic Lord's Cricket Ground in June.

Virat Kohli is back with the Indian team as the hosts prepare for their first net session ahead of the England series today.

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