The Indian team is pretty certain that Ravindra Jadeja and Varun Chakravarthy are the two spinners who will be in operation when the campaign starts.
Highest wicket-taker among fast bowlers, Jimmy Anderson managed to dismiss Kohli twice at a cost of 64 runs in the course of four completed Tests.
The Old Trafford cricket stadium in Manchester could miss out on hosting the rescheduled Test between England and India next due to scheduling conflicts.
Indian men's cricket team opener Rohit Sharma stated that his best is yet to come in Test format after having a phenomenal tour of England.
Former cricketer Dilip Doshi said most of them didn't stay for more than five to ten minutes after witnessing so much crowd.
BCCI President Sourav Ganguly told on Monday and ruled out the possibility of it being treated as a one-off game.
The fifth and deciding Test between England and India at Old Trafford was cancelled just hours before Friday's scheduled start because of COVID-19 concerns.
Ravi Shastri himself was the first to test positive for COVID, followed by bowling coach Bharat Arun and fielding coach R Sridhar too testing positive.
There were reports that the Test would likely go ahead as per schedule with all the Indian players testing negative for fresh RT-PCR COVID tests.
Ravi Shastri's book, titled 'Stargazing: The Players in My Life', had a launch event on August 31 in London, two days before the start of the fourth Test at The Oval.
India vs England: Had sensed that there will be a twist, says David Lloyd on fifth Test cancellation
David Lloyd said he sensed that there will be a twist to the fifth Test between England and India taking place at the Old Trafford Cricket Ground.
The beginning of the end for Test cricket: Former England pacer Steve Harmison on cancelled fifth Test
Steve Harmison fears that the cancellation of the final Test between England and India could be the beginning of the end for Test cricket.
A more relaxed bubble in UK resulted in COVID getting into India camp: Former England skipper Nasser Hussain
Nasser Hussain has said that the Indian cricketers had enjoyed a more relaxed bubble here in the UK and that ultimately resulted in COVID getting into the tourists' camp.
Nasser Hussain put the blame for the cancellation of the fifth Test between Indian and England at Old Trafford to cricket's relentless scheduling.
The fifth and final Test between India and England was cancelled on Friday after the visitors' assistant physio tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday.