Tuesday, August 02, 2011

Virender Sehwag improve for floppy Team India

Posted by Admin On 7:01 PM

With India's number one ranking and arrogance at stake, Virender Sehwag's likely enclosure for the third Test in Birmingham is sure to lift the drooping morale in the camp. The Board of Control for Cricket in India's voluntary secretary and president-elect, N Srinivasan, on Tuesday long-established the news through a media free, saying the debonair starter will fly to London on August 3.

Trailing 2-0 in the four-match series, India poorly need the free-scoring icebreaker to be ready for the third Test against England at Edgbaston next week. Commonly known as the Butcher of Nazafgarh or Nawab of Nazafgarh, Sehwag's absence was surely missed by Indian team in the massive conquer against England in Nottingham. India is set to play a two day tour match starting this Friday against North ants.

Zaheer Khan, nevertheless, remains in doubt after bowling gingerly in the nets on Monday morning. The left-arm quick injured his hamstring in the first Test at Lord's last week, decision him out the match at Trent Bridge, which India lost by 319 runs. Opener Gautam Gambhir could also go back from an arm injury, but Harbhajan Singh has a abdomen strain and is in doubt.

MSD was asked if he had missed a trick with his bowling unit:We didn't have any tricks left with the bowlers we had. I tried everything, he replied.The bowlers took up their errands. They had to bowl quite a lot of over, which they did, and they direct to break through at the right time.

By contrast, England captain Andrew Strauss has so much aptitude at his disposal he may have to leave out Tim Bresnan, who scored 90 in the second innings and took 5-48 to rip through the tourists' batting order. Bresnan was only selected for the second Test after Chris Tremlett unsuccessful a fitness test on the daybreak of the first day.


Strauss was reluctant to be drawn on his dilemma, instead pointing to Jonathan Trott's shoulder injury from a fielding mishap as evidence that England's team selections aren't straightforward.I think we've got to assess that when we get to Edgbaston, he said.We're not yet sure about the injuries to Trott and Tremlett at this stage. But it's unbelievable to see Stuart Broad score runs and take wickets and to see Tim showing his all- round skills as well.

 

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