IND vs ENG: There is a big ‘fire’ in India’s pace attack;

India’s current pace attack has everything that has the potential to give it the title of the world’s deadliest pace attack. In the current Pataudi series, the Indian pace attack has also broken its 4-year-old record of taking most 61 wickets in a Test series.


TV9 Hindi , Edited By: Saket Sharma

Jul 03, 2022 | 3:21 pm




Edgbaston Test against England India (India) The pace attack is in the headlines. The reason for this is not only the personal performance of the fast bowlers, but also the united crackdown on the opponents. India’s current pace attack has everything that has the potential to give it the title of the world’s deadliest pace attack. In the current Pataudi series, the Indian pace attack has also broken its 4-year-old record of taking most 61 wickets in a Test series. At the same time, it also dominates the current cycle of the World Test Championship where Jasprit Bumrah is on top with 43 wickets.