Playing six batsmen at Lord’s will be a conservative move, feels India bowling coach
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Playing six batsmen at Lord’s will be a conservative move, feels India bowling coach

Aug 07, 2018 23:44 IST
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India’s bowling coach Bharat Arun looked ahead to the second Test against England at Lord’s on Tuesday (7th August), as the tourists hope to bounce back from a 31-run defeat in the opening match at Edgbaston. India lost the encounter on Saturday (4th August) narrowly after they were bowled out for 162 in the second innings. Ahead of the second Test, there have been a lot of talk about playing an extra batsman but Arun believes that it will be a “conservative move” with the Lord’s pitch looking more bowler-friendly than Edgbaston. (HT Correspondent)