Former South African captain told the merit of Team India, said- India’s upper hand in Test series

Ali Bacher Told Who Will Win The Test Series In India South Africa: Former South Africa captain and administrator Ali Bacher believes that India have the best fast bowling attack in the last 30 years and will therefore start as strong contenders for victory in the three-match Test series.

Let us tell you that the Indian team has not yet won a Test series in South Africa. However, this time cricket pundits are assuming that Team India will end the drought of victory in South Africa. Ali Bacher also believes that Team India has the upper hand in two matches in this series.

Bacher said in a conversation with a news channel, the first test match will be played at Centurion which is 5000 feet above sea level and the second match will be played at Wanderers in Johannesburg which is 6000 feet above sea level. The different geographical conditions of these two Test grounds and the fast bouncy pitches at Wanderers and Super Sport Park generally favor fast bowlers.

The former captain further said, the Indian team has the best fast bowling attack in the last 30 years. So India will start as strong contenders for victory in the first two Tests. Let us inform that the Indian fast bowling attack includes Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami, Mohammad Siraj and Shardul Thakur.

This was the first day of the first test

Team India was named on the first day of the first Test between India and South Africa being played at Centurion. By the end of the first day’s play, India scored 272 for three wickets. At stumps, KL Rahul returned unbeaten on 122 and Ajinkya Rahane on 40. Lungi Ngidi took all three wickets for South Africa.


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