IND vs ENG: Former veteran roared about England’s spin bowling, said this time it is stronger than before


Apart from Jack Leach, England’s spin department has become stronger with the arrival of Rehan Ahmed, Tom Hartley and Shoaib Bashir.

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The cricket world is eagerly waiting for England’s tour of India after the South Africa vs India and Australia vs Pakistan test series. Let us tell you that England is going to come to India for a five-match test series. And the first match of this series will be played at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad from 25th January.

However, before this England tour, former veteran spinner Graeme Swann has given a big statement regarding the team’s spin bowling. Swann feels that this time the spin department of the English team is stronger than before. So let us tell you that when England toured India in 2021, their spin bowling was not sharp.

Jack Leach was the only spin bowler who got wickets. But he did not get any support from Dam Bees and Moeen Ali. Apart from this, Joe Root, who is a part-timer, could not expect much from him.

But this time apart from Jack Leach, Rehan Ahmed, Tom Hartley and Shoaib Bashir are included in the English squad on the tour. Also, let us tell you that the domestic figures of Rehan Ahmed, Tom Hartley and Shoaib Bashir have been excellent in the last one year.

Graeme Swann gave a big statement

Let us tell you that Graeme Swann said on Sky Sports Cricket Podcast – He (England’s spinner) can bowl. The players who are going to India this time, the circumstances are favorable for them and they get opportunities.

So they can handle this pressure and it’s going to be a really exciting tour. Tom Hartley and Shoaib Bashir will be worth watching on such wickets, which are in India or are going to be prepared by India.

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