Gautam Gambhir said – England cannot win Test due to this spin attack

Former Indian cricket team opener Gautam Gambhir says that the England cricket team cannot win a single Test against India with this spin attack.

The 4-Test series between India and England will begin in Chennai on 5 February. Gautam Gambhir believes that the world-winning England team cannot compete in the Test match against the Indian cricket team with this spin attack.

And the Indian team can win the series 3–0 or 3–1 against England. Former opener batsman Gautam Gambhir said in Star Sports’ show Game Plan.

I think the Indian team can win this series 3-0 or 3-1. Given the atmosphere for the England cricket team, there is some possibility in the day-night Test match played with pink balls.

But I do not think that England can beat any Test match with this spin attack. The same Gautam Gambhir praised Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli and said, Virat is the captain of the Indian team.

And I am sure he will be as happy as the other team players. Virat Kohli has done quite well in the history of Test cricket.

IND vs ENG Test match - JIOTVVINEE
IND vs ENG Test match

I have always questioned him about T20 captaincy. The Indian team has done quite well under the captaincy of Virat Kohli.

Especially in the cricket of Lal Ged and I am confident that the Indian cricket team will do better under the captaincy of Virat.

The same Gambhir said on the importance of the series win against England, all the cricketers say that winning a team is more important than scoring a century.

It does not matter that Virat Kohli has not batted in the Australian tour. Obviously, he likes this but the most important thing is to focus all his attention on the Test series against England.

Virat Kohli knows how important the England series is going to be if he is to make it to the finals of the World Championships.

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