England secured victory in the opening Test of the ongoing England vs. India Test series tour, clinching the win by a narrow margin of just 28 runs.

In the first Test match of the current England vs. India Test series and tour, there was a stunning comeback as England won, making up 190 runs in the first innings to win by a mere 28 runs.
Fans are excitedly awaiting this thrilling cricket series’ next game as well as the full calendar of events.
England is up 1-0 in the five-Test series against India, led by captain Ben Stokes and coach Brendon McCullum. Since June 2022, England has won 14 of the 19 Test matches.

In a thrilling game of cricket in Hyderabad, England triumphed overseas because to an innings of 196 from Ollie Pope and a magnificent seven wicket haul from debutant spinner Tom Hartley. They overcame a frightening deficit of 190 runs in the first innings to win by 28 runs.
There are rumors that India may have a more spin-friendly track ready for this week’s second Test. Nevertheless, Ravindra Jadeja, a vital spinner who was hurt in Hyderabad, would not be available for the hosts. India will also lose KL Rahul’s services in Vizag, and they were already missing Mohammed Shami, Rishabh Pant, and Virat Kohli. The job ahead of the exhausted team is difficult given England’s impressive display.
In the meantime, England may need to find a replacement for Jack Leach, who suffered a knee injury in the opening Test. We’ll assess his condition later this week. The young spinner Shoaib Bashir, who faced issues with his visa last week and could not play in the match, has finally reached India in the middle of the first Test match.
Complete Schedule & Fixture List (UK All times):

First Test: Hyderabad, January 25–29; England won by a margin of 28 runs.
Second Test (starting at 4 am): February 2–6, Visakhapatnam
Third Test: Rajkot, February 15–19 (starting at 4 am)
Fourth Test: Ranchi, February 23–27 (starting at 4 a.m.)
Fifth Test: Dharamsala, March 7–11 (starting at 4 am)
Nine days before the series started, a last-minute agreement was secured to broadcast the India vs. England series on TNT Sports (previously BT Sport) in the UK. The matches are also available for viewing on Discovery+. Eoin Morgan and Kevin Pietersen are included in the commentary, which is taken from the world feed.

Although there was no studio presence for the first Test, TNT Sports will improve the coverage for the second Test and the next few games. Accompanied by studio host Kate Mason, Alastair Cook and Steven Finn will be flown to Sweden for an early appearance on screen.
Talksport 2, not BBC Test Match Special, is doing the commentary for the live radio coverage. The commercial broadcaster won the broadcasting rights despite the BBC’s proposal. It was said that the first Test’s coverage was uncomplicated but clear.
There is a noticeable blend of youth and experience in the England team for the India tour. New talent like rookie spinners Shoaib Bashir and Tom Hartley, who brilliantly took nine wickets on his debut in the opening game, complement established stars like Joe Root and James Anderson.

Harry Brook, who was originally included in the squad, left for personal reasons and returned to the UK prior to the first Test. Dan Lawrence has taken his position, however he might become available later in the trip.
The 16-man England team for India:

Captain Ben Stokes
Ahmed Rehan
Anderson James
Atkinson, Gus
Wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow
Bashir Shoaib
Zak Crawley
Benjamin Duckett
Ben Foakes
Hartley, Tom
Leach, Jack
Dan Lawrence
Pope Ollie
Robinson, Ollie
Joe Root
Mark Wood
India initially confirmed a 16-man squad for the first two Test matches of the series. Coming into the series as the highest-ranked Test cricket team following a 1-1 tie against South Africa. But for unknown personal reasons, Virat Kohli withdrew from the series, and Rajat Patidar took his place.

After the first Test, India had more work ahead of them as injuries kept KL Rahul and Ravindra Jadeja out of the second Test.

India’s two-Test team consisted of the following players:

Chief Rohit Sharma
Gill Shubman
Yashasvi Jaiswal
Iyer Shreyas
KL The wicketkeepers are Rahul, KS Bharat, Dhruv Jurel, and Ravi Chandran. Ashwin
Axel Patel
Yadav Kuldeep
Siraj Mohammed
Kumar Mukesh
Bumrah Jasprit
Khan Avesh
Extras for the second exam:

Patidar Rajat
Khan Sarfaraz
Kumar Sourabh
Sundar Washington
Location of the Examinations:

Hyderabad is home to Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, also known as Uppal Stadium.
Founded in 2003
55,000 units in capacity
locations of the tests:

Cricket Stadium at Dr. YS Rajashekar Reddy ACA-VDCA

Where: Visakhapatnam
Founded in 2003
40,000 cubic feet of capacity
The stadium for the Saurashtra Cricket Association or Khandheri Cricket Stadium

Where: Rajkot
Founded in 2009
Holding capacity of 28,000
Stadium of the Jharkhand State Cricket Association

Place: Ranchi
Founded in 2011
Capacity: fifty thousand

The following are the most current Test scores between England and India:

England and India in 2021:

August: A drew match
India won by 151 runs in August.
August: England triumphed by 76 runs in an innings.
India won by 157 runs in September.
July 2022 (Covid-caused match postponement): England won by seven wickets.
India visits England in 2021:

February: A 227-run victory for England
India won by 317 runs in February.
India won by ten wickets in February.
March: India triumphed by a century and twenty-five runs.

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Fans are excitedly awaiting this thrilling cricket series’ next game as well as the full calendar of events.
England is up 1-0 in the five-Test series against India, led by captain Ben Stokes and coach Brendon McCullum. Since June 2022, England has won 14 of the 19 Test matches.

In a thrilling game of cricket in Hyderabad, England triumphed overseas because to an innings of 196 from Ollie Pope and a magnificent seven wicket haul from debutant spinner Tom Hartley. They overcame a frightening deficit of 190 runs in the first innings to win by 28 runs.
There are rumors that India may have a more spin-friendly track ready for this week’s second Test. Nevertheless, Ravindra Jadeja, a vital spinner who was hurt in Hyderabad, would not be available for the hosts. India will also lose KL Rahul’s services in Vizag, and they were already missing Mohammed Shami, Rishabh Pant, and Virat Kohli. The job ahead of the exhausted team is difficult given England’s impressive display.
In the meantime, England may need to find a replacement for Jack Leach, who suffered a knee injury in the opening Test. We’ll assess his condition later this week. The young spinner Shoaib Bashir, who faced issues with his visa last week and could not play in the match, has finally reached India in the middle of the first Test match.
Complete Schedule & Fixture List (UK All times):

First Test: Hyderabad, January 25–29; England won by a margin of 28 runs.
Second Test (starting at 4 am): February 2–6, Visakhapatnam
Third Test: Rajkot, February 15–19 (starting at 4 am)
Fourth Test: Ranchi, February 23–27 (starting at 4 a.m.)
Fifth Test: Dharamsala, March 7–11 (starting at 4 am)
Nine days before the series started, a last-minute agreement was secured to broadcast the India vs. England series on TNT Sports (previously BT Sport) in the UK. The matches are also available for viewing on Discovery+. Eoin Morgan and Kevin Pietersen are included in the commentary, which is taken from the world feed.

Although there was no studio presence for the first Test, TNT Sports will improve the coverage for the second Test and the next few games. Accompanied by studio host Kate Mason, Alastair Cook and Steven Finn will be flown to Sweden for an early appearance on screen.
Talksport 2, not BBC Test Match Special, is doing the commentary for the live radio coverage. The commercial broadcaster won the broadcasting rights despite the BBC’s proposal. It was said that the first Test’s coverage was uncomplicated but clear.
There is a noticeable blend of youth and experience in the England team for the India tour. New talent like rookie spinners Shoaib Bashir and Tom Hartley, who brilliantly took nine wickets on his debut in the opening game, complement established stars like Joe Root and James Anderson.

Harry Brook, who was originally included in the squad, left for personal reasons and returned to the UK prior to the first Test. Dan Lawrence has taken his position, however he might become available later in the trip.
The 16-man England team for India:

Captain Ben Stokes
Ahmed Rehan
Anderson James
Atkinson, Gus
Wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow
Bashir Shoaib
Zak Crawley
Benjamin Duckett
Ben Foakes
Hartley, Tom
Leach, Jack
Dan Lawrence
Pope Ollie
Robinson, Ollie
Joe Root
Mark Wood
India initially confirmed a 16-man squad for the first two Test matches of the series. Coming into the series as the highest-ranked Test cricket team following a 1-1 tie against South Africa. But for unknown personal reasons, Virat Kohli withdrew from the series, and Rajat Patidar took his place.

After the first Test, India had more work ahead of them as injuries kept KL Rahul and Ravindra Jadeja out of the second Test.

India’s two-Test team consisted of the following players:

Chief Rohit Sharma
Gill Shubman
Yashasvi Jaiswal
Iyer Shreyas
KL The wicketkeepers are Rahul, KS Bharat, Dhruv Jurel, and Ravi Chandran. Ashwin
Axel Patel
Yadav Kuldeep
Siraj Mohammed
Kumar Mukesh
Bumrah Jasprit
Khan Avesh
Extras for the second exam:

Patidar Rajat
Khan Sarfaraz
Kumar Sourabh
Sundar Washington
Location of the Examinations:

Hyderabad is home to Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, also known as Uppal Stadium.
Founded in 2003
55,000 units in capacity
locations of the tests:

Cricket Stadium at Dr. YS Rajashekar Reddy ACA-VDCA

Where: Visakhapatnam
Founded in 2003
40,000 cubic feet of capacity
The stadium for the Saurashtra Cricket Association or Khandheri Cricket Stadium

Where: Rajkot
Founded in 2009
Holding capacity of 28,000
Stadium of the Jharkhand State Cricket Association

Place: Ranchi
Founded in 2011
Capacity: fifty thousand

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