Manchester. England vice-captain Jos Butler has said that despite the latest case of Covid-1 of in the Indian team, he is looking forward to the fifth and final Test against the visiting team. England want to win the final Test (IND vs ENG) starting on Friday, but on the eve of the match, Indian team junior physio Yogesh Parmar’s corona virus came positive to host the match. Anxiety has increased. Due to this, the practice session of the Indian team had to be canceled.
Indian head coach Ravi Shastri and bowling coach Bharat Arun are also affected and are in quarantine in London. When Jess Butler was asked about the latest information, he said, ‘Honestly, I don’t know much at this point. This time we hope the match will be. Everything is fine in our team. We are ready for the match. Butler was on paternity leave during the Oval Test and said his team was ready to level the series, with India leading 2-1 at the moment.
James Anderson ready to play
“The Test match at the Oval was great,” he said. The Indians have played great cricket. We want to win this Test match and bring equality in the series. The confidence of all the players has increased, it is important for us to be able to win this match. There has also been speculation that England pacer James Anderson may be rested for the match, but Butler hinted otherwise.
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Spin bowlers can get help
He said, ‘He has bowled great in this series. Jimmy Fit. She takes good care of herself. He was as fit and available for selection as he was in the first match. Talking about the wicket, Joss Butler said, ‘Good wicket. Feeling a little dry. The ball may turn on this later. We have played here against West Indies and Pakistan and know the situation very well.
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