"Rishabh Pant should get in".
However, Virat Kohli, who is leading India for the first time in England in a Test series, will be out to avoid the ignominy as the third Test against Joe Root-led England kicks off here at the Trent Bridge on Saturday. Hardik saw off the crucial phase by consuming deliveries while Pant kept the scoreboard ticking.
Delhi wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant became the 291st Test player for India as he received his Test cap before the start of the 3rd Test against England at Trent Bridge on Saturday. Pandya's poor performance in the first two Test match at Edgbaston and Lord's raised so many questions about his presence in Virat Kohli led Indian team. A much better performance from Indian batsmen expect Pujara, who must be kicking himself after being dismissed at the stroke of Lunch. Firstly, they will need their batsman to fire and avoid the Lord's like debacle where India were unfolded for 107 and 130 in the first and second innings respectively. When Adil Rashid handed out a few gifts, Kohli gleefully accepted them. All three openers used so far - Shikhar Dhawan, Murali Vijay and KL Rahul - have looked completely at sea against the swing of the English fast bowlers.
Bumrah has taken 14 wickets in three Tests at an average of 25.21 since making his debut in South Africa in January and he could now replace left-arm wrist-spinner Kuldeep Yadav.
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West Ham United and Bournemouth are entering their head-to-head contests with completely different results from Matchweek 1. Both of these sides scored and conceded last weekend, a trend that looks set to continue on Saturday afternoon.
On the other hand, the England team are looking in great form with every member contributing in the victory. Wadekar is regarded as one the finest leaders in Indian cricket who, despite a short playing career, gave India several moments to cherish. Succeed, and he does not merely make runs; he protects India's middle order from the new ball, and sets the team up to thrive. He feels ready to play.
Curran's efforts in the first Test included a crucial second-innings half-century and five wickets, making it hard for either him or Woakes to be dropped - but it was the 20-year-old Surrey prospect who missed out. In his place, Chris Woakes played, scoring a 137 not out and picking four wickets.
However, it won't be an easy task as the England pace attack is on an absolute roll with two of their senior pacers - James Anderson and Stuart Broad - hunting in a pair and Chris Woakes and Ben Stokes are more than just the back-up pacers. India scored 457 and 391/9 decl in two innings on a flat surface, as England had scored 496 whilst batting once and the match petered out to a draw.
However, with the pitch condition different from the last time and conditions too, the visitors' first task will be to find a balanced team combination in a do-or-die situation.