Inzamam-ul-Haq, the previous Pakistan skipper, has opined that India are nonetheless the favourites to win the five-match Take a look at sequence in opposition to England regardless of the primary Take a look at at Trent Bridge ending in a draw resulting from rain.

Rain washed out Day 5 in Nottingham and prevented India from probably profitable the match. Earlier than the beginning of play on the ultimate day, India had been in a commanding place, needing 157 extra runs to win with 9 wickets in hand and 98 overs left.

However the rain led to a delay within the begin of play on Friday, and ultimately, the play was referred to as off, resulting in the match ending in a draw.

Whereas talking in a video on his Youtube channel, Inzamam reviewed the match and listed his largest takeaways of India from the match. He additionally added that he’s most impressed by the present unit as a result of they’re performing in all circumstances.

“I believe India will likely be favorites transferring ahead on this Take a look at sequence. I’m not saying this due to their efficiency within the first Take a look at. I really feel that means due to the kids, who’ve are available just lately within the final two years. The very best trait in most of those younger gamers is that they’re performing effectively in all circumstances. There was a time prior to now when Indians used to play effectively at their residence however not that effectively in international excursions. However after these kids got here in, India has been doing effectively whereas touring overseas,” remarked Inzamam.

India quick bowler Jasprit Bumrah and KL Rahul starred for India within the first Take a look at. Bumrah picked up 9 wickets within the match, serving to India to bowl out England for 183 within the first innings, and 303 within the second. Alternatively, Rahul, returning to the Take a look at facet after two years, scored a formidable 84 runs within the first innings.

The second Take a look at begins on August 12 at Lord’s.

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