India vs England 1st Test, Live Cricket Score Streaming, Ind vs Eng Live Score: India look to for strong start at Edgbaston

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India vs England 1st Test Live Cricket Score Streaming Online, Ind vs Eng Live Cricket Score Streaming: Catch Live score and updates as India face England in the 1st Test at Edgbaston.

India vs England 1st Test Live Cricket Score Streaming Online, Ind vs Eng Live Cricket Score: The longest format has not been England’s strong suit in recent months. The Three Lions lost to the Ashes 4-0 and that was followed by a 1-0 loss in New Zealand. They then could only draw Pakistan 1-1 at home before this. Virat Kohli-led India, on the other hand, have been the no. 1 Test team in the world since October 2016 and the only series defeat they suffered between then and now is in South Africa. They lost the series 2-1 but the momentum they gained from the win on a treacherous track in the final Test was enough to spur them to dominant wins in the limited over series that came later. Catch Live score and updates as India face England in the first Test at Edgbaston.



 


Pataudi Trophy, 2018
Edgbaston, Birmingham 01 August 2018

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Cricket – India Nets – Edgbaston, Birmingham, Britain – July 31, 2018 India’s Karun Nair (R) and Umesh Yadav during nets Action Images via Reuters/Andrew Boyers

 

 
 

India vs England Live Cricket Score Streaming, 1st Test Day 1: India and England have battled each other on 17 occasions across the United Kingdom but the unfortunately for the visitors, victory has been hard to come by with only three Test series’ wins since their first tour in 1932. It is a no-brainer that the tag of poor travelers has persisted with the Indian team. For Virat Kohli and Co., the first Test at Edgbaston presents itself as the perfect opportunity to underline their credentials no 1 side in the longer format and spoil England’s 1000th Test. However, India’s record at Edgbaston is discouraging, to say the least with five losses in six Tests since 1967. Hence, replicating the feats of the class of 1986 and 2007 will be anything but easy.



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