IND vs ENG 2024: Ben Stokes angry at Steve Harmison’s statement ‘England deserves to lose the Test series to India 5-0’

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Ben Stokes reacted to Steve Harmison’s statement.

Ben Stokes and Steve Harmison. (Image Source: Getty Images)

England’s tour of India 2024, IND vs ENG: Former England cricketer Steve Harmison (Steve Harrison) and Test captain Ben Stokes (ben stokes) have come face to face regarding the upcoming Test series against India.

Steve Harmison believes that the England cricket team’s chances of victory in the upcoming five-match Test series to be played in India will depend on their preparation. The cricket commentator further said that if England comes to India three days before the first Test match starting on January 25, then Ben Stokes’s team deserves to lose against Team India by a margin of 5-0.

England deserve to lose the series 5-0: Steve Harmison

Steve Harmison said on the TALKSport cricket podcast: “If England go to India three days early, they deserve to lose the series 5-0, they really deserve to be beaten. I am an old man. And this is what they’re going to say: ‘Times have changed, the game has changed.’

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But I tell you, the preparation has not changed. You can neither go to India with less preparation nor with too much preparation. You can arrive in India six weeks in advance and still not be prepared for that emotion.”

Ben Stokes hits back at Steve Harmison

After which England captain Ben Stokes has now reacted to Steve Harmison’s statement and said that he will organize a camp in Abu Dhabi before the tour of India and this will be enough for his preparation for the Test series. Needed

Ben Stokes wrote on Let us tell you, Hyderabad, Visakhapatnam, Rajkot, Ranchi and Dharamshala will host five test matches between England and India.



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