Should India win this match and the next one, it will match the feat achieved by Sir Donald Bradman's Australia at home in 1936-37
Southampton: The ongoing England tour has proved to be fruitful for some of the Indian players. While the captain Virat Kohli has twice scored 200 runs in a match, Hardik Pandya, Rishabh Pant, KL Rahul and Ishant Sharma have all managed to put up impressive performances.
After trailing in the series at 0-2, India made a brilliant comeback in the Nottingham Test with an enormous margin of 203-run victory.
Kohli and his men made sure that they stay in the game as a team with a winner's attitude. Team India will be looking forward to the fourth Test with the intention of winning and taking the series to the decider.
The fourth Test will be played in Southampton from August 30. While the Indian experience of playing here has not been particularly favourable in 2014, the ground favours the spinners and this could prove to be an advantage for the visitors. The form of the captain and the renewed team confidence will also be huge contributing factors.
Should India win this match and the next one, it will match the feat achieved by Sir Donald Bradman's Australia at home in 1936-37.
The Bradman-led side is the only team in Test history to have won a five-match Test series after trailing 0-2.
Can Kohli and his men win the next two Tests and emulate Bradman’s Australia after 81 years?
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Last Updated 29, Aug 2018, 2:58 PM