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These changes will happen in Team India regarding the Test series against England

After a disappointing performance in the Word Test Championship, the Indian Test team may see some significant changes. A five-match test series is to be played in the upcoming test series. Against England from 4 August in Nottingham and it is considered very difficult to beat England in England.

After the performance in the Word Test Championship, Virat Kohli had already indicated that some changes would be seen. Test matches are yet to take place, which according to the news of the series starting from Nottingham, will see at least three important changes in this series.

In the Indian Test team, the Indian team has to play a five-match long series against England, which will start from August 4 in Nottingham. Meanwhile, Indian players will get 40 days long leave. The Indian team will see at least three changes in the Test series against England and all three decisions can come as a surprise.

First variation: The opening pair is believed to be opening the innings with Rohit Sharma, not Shubman Gill but Mayank Agarwal. Since he had performed brilliantly in the WTO matches, Gill was not as impressive and was ineffective in the finals as well.

Second variation: Team management can promote Indian captain Virat Kohli to bat at number three. In such a situation, Cheteshwar Pujara, playing as a specialist batsman, may have to be out of the playing XI. Team management behind promoting Virat.

Third Variation: Rotation in Bowling The rotation policy can be seen in the bowling department. Apart from this, Shardul Thakur can be included in the playing XI as an all-rounder as he is capable of contributing with the ball as well as with the bat. If this happens, then Ravindra Jadeja, who has been ranked number one all-rounder in the ICC Test rankings, may have to sit out as R Ashwin can play as a spinner. However, in place of a fast bowler, Shardul can also be given a chance. Looking at Jasprit Bumrah’s form, it is possible not to see him in some matches.

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