The four-Test series (Ind vs Ind), which is going to start next month against England, is going to start on February 5. And as each day passes, the thrill of the series continues to grow. The statements of former and current cricketers on both sides have started coming. All the former cricketers including fans have now started making their favorite and projected final XI. In the same order, commentator and former opener Akash Chopra has chosen his XI, but Mohammed Siraj (Mohammed Siraj) could not find a place in the XI. The first Test will be played in Chennai from February 5 without audience attendance.
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Let me tell you that Kovid is the first international series against England after the pandemic of 19. The English team had visited India in the year 2016-17 and then the guests had to face 4-0 in a very bad way. And now fans are very enthusiastic and are waiting for the series. Nonetheless, Akash returns to Chopra’s XI, which he has selected for the first test.
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Akash has chosen Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill for the opening in his XI. Shubman greatly influenced everyone on his land against Australia. Apart from this, Chopra has given place to Pujara, Kohli, Rahane besides Rishabh Pant, Ashwin and Washington Sundar in the XI. Let’s take a look at Chopra’s Final XI.
1. Virat Kohli (Captain) 2. Rohit Sharma 3. Shubman Gill 4. Cheteshwar Pujara 5. Ajinkya Rahane 6. Rishabh Pant 7. Washington Sundar 8. Ravichandran Ashwin 9. Ishant Sharma 10. Jaspreet Bumrah 11. Kuldeep Yadav
Because of this Mohammed Siraj was out
Mohammad Siraj, the highest wicket taker in Australia in Akash Chopra’s XI, could not find a place because the situation has become such. Ishant is returning, so the pitch is demanding two spinners. This was the only reason that Chopra included Kuldeep Yadav in the team in the first Test instead of Siraj.
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