What is this! Jonny Bairstow is very scared of coming to India for the Test series…

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According to Jonny Bairstow, if spin tracks are being prepared here then they are not doing well with their fast bowlers.

Jonny Bairstow (Photo Source: Twitter)

Recently, the Indian team drew 1-1 in the two-match Test series against South Africa. The performance of the Indian team in the first match of this test series was quite disappointing but in the second test the team batted and bowled well and won the match.

Now the Indian team has to play a five-match Test series against England, which is starting from January 25. England had announced its team in the month of December last year itself. He would like to defeat India in a Test series at home after 12 years.

Recently, England’s experienced wicketkeeper batsman Jonny Bairstow has given his opinion regarding Indian pitches. According to Jonny Bairstow, if spin tracks are being prepared here then they are not doing well with their fast bowlers.

Jonny Bairstow told Sky Sports, ‘I have full hope that there will be turn in the Indian pitches. Even if not on the first day, by doing this the hosts are doing wrong to their fast bowlers. We know how strong the Indian team is. India can make a different kind of pitch. There is no need to turn in this. We have seen that their fast bowling lineup has been very strong recently.

The experienced player remembered the last series against India in his own home.

Jonny Bairstow further said, ‘Last time Axar Patel and Ashwin bowled very well. You forgot that our team players also performed very well in the first test match. Joe Root had scored a double century in the first Test match played in Chennai and after that the situation had completely changed.

The performance of the England team has also been very good in Test cricket in the recent times and the Indian team has also played very good cricket. England would also know very well that it is very difficult to defeat India in their own home ground. England last defeated India in a Test series at home in 2012. England had won that Test series 2-1.

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