England come to India having won the last three Test series against the current World No. 1 team. However, with Virat Kohli's men in fine fettle recently, the odds are heavily stacked in India's favour
Alastair Cook-led England are expected to fare a lot better than New Zealand, but winning the five-match series in India looks highly unlikely at the moment
India, world No. 1, have lost their last three Test series against England including one at home. Will Virat Kohli and Co. be able to change that record?
Virat Kohli's performance in recent years have helped him go past AB de Villiers and Steve Smith as the world's best batsman, feels former South African cricketer Jonty Rhodes. Kohli has registered two double tons in the last year.
India face England in a five-Test series starting on November 9 in Rajkot. The hosts lost to England in the two teams' three previous series - one at home and two away
Virat Kohli-led India will play a five-Test home series against England, beginning November 9.