India vs England LIVE – India eye BIG record, INDIA England Test Record: India vs England Edgbaston test starts today. India is leading the 5 match test series 2-1. A victory or even a draw will create new history for India. It will mark India’s first series win on English soil in 5-match test series, 90 years after they first toured the UK. Follow India tour of England and IND vs ENG Edgbaston Test live updates with Insidesport.IN
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- India first toured England in 1932.
- 90 years since, India are yet to win a five-match series against the Three Lions.
- India currently lead the Test series 2-1, with the 5th Test set at Edgbaston.
- India last won a series in England in 2007, with then captain Rahul Dravid leading his team to a 1-0 win in a three-match series.
INDIA vs ENGLAND LIVE: Indian Cricket team on cusp of rewriting 90 years of INDIA-ENGLAND Test HISTORY, Team India can deliver biggest ever RECORD in England: CHECK OUT
Team India have never won a five-match Test series in England and Rohit Sharma and Co. have the chance to rewrite history in the 5th test at Edgbaston. The series which kicked off last year under Virat Kohli’s leadership, saw India take a 2-1 lead, before the 5th Test in September 2021 was rescheduled due to the threat of COVID-19.
India tour of England 2021/22
- 1st Test, Trent Bridge: Match drawn
- 2nd Test, Lords: India won by 151 runs
- 3rd Test, Headingley: England won by an innings and 76 runs
- 4th Test, Oval: India won by 157 runs
India have played five Tests on three previous occasions in England, failing to win either of those tours. In 1959, Datta Gaekwad’s side lost all five Tests with only one of the games going into the fifth day.
MS Dhoni-led India suffered a 3-1 defeat in their 2014 tour of England, despite a famous win at Lord’s. Dhoni’s successor Virat Kohli also suffered a similar result on India’s last trip to the UK, losing 3-1.
Kohli however led India to a 2-1 lead before the postponement of the fifth Test last year. Now having handed over the reins to Rohit Sharma, the onus will be on the Hit-Man to take India home and clinch a historic series victory.
India tour of England: Previous results
|India in England Test Match||1932||England||1-0 (1)|
|India in England Test Series||1936||England||2-0 (3)|
|India in England Test Series||1946||England||1-0 (3)|
|India in England Test Series||1952||England||3-0 (4)|
|India in England Test Series||1959||England||5-0 (5)|
|India in England Test Series||1967||England||3-0 (3)|
|India in England Test Series||1971||India||1-0 (3)|
|India in England Test Series||1974||England||3-0 (3)|
|India in England Test Series||1979||England||1-0 (4)|
|Golden Jubilee Test (England in India)||1979/80||England|
|India in England Test Series||1982||England||1-0 (3)|
|India in England Test Series||1986||India||2-0 (3)|
|India in England Test Series||1990||England||1-0 (3)|
|India in England Test Series||1996||England||1-0 (3)|
|India in England Test Series||2002||drawn||1-1 (4)|
|Pataudi Trophy (India in England)||2007||India||1-0 (3)|
|Pataudi Trophy (India in England)||2011||England||4-0 (4)|
|Pataudi Trophy (India in England)||2014||England||3-1 (5)|
|Pataudi Trophy (India in England)||2018||England||4-1 (5)|
|Pataudi Trophy (India in England)||2021-2022||India||Ongoing|
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India tour of England schedule
|Date||Match Details||Venue||Time (IST)|
|July 1-5||5th Test (Rescheduled)||Edgbaston, Birmingham||3:30 PM|
|July 7||1st T20I||The Rose Bowl, Southampton||11:00 PM|
|July 9||2nd T20I||Edgbaston, Birmingham||7:00 PM|
|July 10||3rd T20I||Trent Bridge, Nottingham||11:00 PM|
|July 12||1st ODI||Kennington Oval, London||3:30 PM|
|July 14||2nd ODI||Lord’s, London||3:30 PM|
|July 17||3rd ODI||Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester||3:30 PM|
India Squad for England – ENG vs IND squad
Rohit Sharma (c), Shubman Gill, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, Hanuma Vihari, Cheteshwar Pujara, Rishabh Pant (wk), KS Bharat (wk), Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Shardul Thakur, Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Siraj, Umesh Yadav, Prasidh Krishna.