Highlights of the First Test, Day 1, India vs. England With 179 runs remaining unbroken, Yashasvi Jaiswal led India to 336/6 at the end of play.

Sports Updates : In Visakhapatnam, Yashasvi Jaiswal batted through the whole day to give India a commanding lead. On the opening day of the second Test at the ACA-VDCA stadium, he was still undefeated at 179 as India scored 336/6 at stumps. Compared to the first Test, Jaiswal was significantly more composed early in his innings, biding his time and waiting for poor deliveries with captain Rohit Sharma, his opening partner, at the other end. After winning the toss, Rohit decided to bat first. After he became the first Test wicket for spinner Shoaib Bashir, Shubman Gill joined Jaiswal and carried on with the cautious approach.  But eventually, the former changed his strategy and appeared ready for a huge score when James Anderson’s brilliance undid him. Following that, a 90-run partnership between Jaiswal and Shreyas Iyer held England back, as they kept India ahead until lunchtime and then for the majority of the second session’s opening hour. Iyer, however, failed to capitalize on his opening ball, giving up 27 off 59 to Tom Hartley. Rajat Patidar, a rookie, was called to the crease as a result. Rehan Ahmed dismissed him for 32 in the last session.

In the previous toss, Rohit had stated that Patidar would be replacing the injured KL Rahul with his debut. In addition, India have rested pacer Mohammed Siraj and replaced him with Mukesh Kumar, opting to play Kuldeep Yadav rather than Washington Sundar, who is an all-round option, in lieu of Ravindra Jadeja. Minutes before the toss, Patidar received his first Test cap, putting an end to rumors that either Sarfaraz Khan or he would be the one to play.

The action shifts to Visakhapatnam, where the second game of the five-match series begins today at the Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA stadium, following the conclusion of the first Test in four days. England shocked India in Hyderabad, and in the days that followed the first Test’s conclusion, they gave India a few more blows. Even in the recent past, when they have been so strong at home, they have not, however, never recovered from a 1-0 deficit in a home series. The last time India hosted England, they had lost the opening test of the four-Test series before winning 3-1.

Nevertheless, the fact that all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja and in-form KL Rahul are out puts India in a difficult situation. Since Jadeja has been instrumental in the team’s success in Test cricket with the ball, bat, and field in recent years, the host could be especially hurt by his absence. It’s possible that Kuldeep Yadav will be included in the team. Since making his debut in2017, he has missed 56 of India’s 64 Test matches. He has waited patiently for his opportunity, which is not often presented. However, he may get the window he has been longing for in the second Test. Washington Sundar is another strong contender to succeed Jadeja. Though Kuldeep might own more experience, Sundar’s status as a true all-rounder makes him a potentially superior choice to replace Jadeja. Of course, Virat Kohli is also absent.

And now for the greatest riddle of them all. The struggle of two young players for a spot in the XI. Jadeja’s injury won’t let him to play, but it will open the door for Sundar. As for Rahul’s replacement, that’s up to chance; nobody knows for sure. In a perfect world, Sarfaraz Khan would be the clear pick because he can play spin better than most young Indian players, but keep in mind that Rajat Patidar was already selected, so he was the more likely option. Both talked about how one of them would almost certainly fulfill their dream of representing India. The third young player, Dhruv Jurel, is also anticipated to warm the bench after KS Bharat’s involvement was verified after his participation in the pre-match press conference. He talked about how India is remaining cool and that the mood is laid back even after the loss in Hyderabad.

Following their convincing 28-run victory in the opening Test, England has selected three inexperienced frontline spinners: Tom Hartley, Rehan Ahmed, and Shoaib Bashir. The most experienced player, Jack Leach, is sidelined with a knee injury. If the young spin trio is unable to meet the challenge, Joe Root will step in to motivate the team and take wickets. James Anderson, a seasoned pacer, has rejoined the team in lieu of Mark Wood. He has participated in at least one game during each of his six Test tours of India. True story, truly.

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