THE way England have played their Test cricket in recent years, they were always going to be found out by a high-class bowling attack. Last year against India, when Joe
Root's team won 4-1, it was almost as if victory came in spite of the batting line-up, not because of it. They won because they bowled well, because their lower order got them out of trouble, and because India made some odd decisions on and off the field.
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September 10, 2019