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These 4 players will play against Team India, the names of Bumrah-Pant-Pujara and the famous Krishna came to the fore

New Delhi: Team India, who arrived in England (India vs Englnad) to play the only Test match against England, will play a four-day practice match (India vs Leicestershire) against Leicestershire County Club from today to strengthen their preparations. KL Rahul could not go on this tour due to injury, after which it is certain that Shubman Gill will open the innings along with captain Rohit Sharma. The match will be broadcast live on the official YouTube channel of Leicestershire County Cricket Club from 3 pm onwards.

These four players will play against
The team has arrived in England with two wicketkeepers Rishabh Pant and KS Bharat and all eyes will be on Rishabh Pant, who has not been in good form for some time now. Leicestershire will feature four Indian players, giving everyone ample match practice. Cheteshwar Pujara, Rishabh Pant, Jasprit Bumrah and the famous Krishna will take on their own team. 13-13 players will play on behalf of the teams.

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Pujara will return
The coach will also be eyeing Cheteshwar Pujara, who regained his rhythm by playing count cricket after being dropped from the Test team. Pujara has scored runs in county cricket this season and considering his importance in the upcoming Test, the coach would like him to maintain his momentum. Apart from these, Virat Kohli, Hanuman Vihari would also like to spend some time on the pitch.

Captain Rohit’s first overseas tour
This is Rohit Sharma’s first overseas tour as captain. In the first four matches of this incomplete Test series, India’s captain was Virat Kohli while England’s command was in the hands of Joe Root. Now both the teams will go under the leadership of the new captain. The command of England has now come in the hands of Ben Stokes.


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