Ind tour of Eng: Rahul Dravid makes big & bold prediction, says “India can win Test series 3-2”

Ind vs NZ:India has very good chance this time to win Test series in England, says Dravid

Ind vs Eng : Rahul Dravid predicts India can win Test series 3-2; Former India skipper Rahul Dravid on Sunday said that the Virat Kohli-led side has a very good chance of winning the Test series in England.

India and England are slated to lock horns in five-match Test series in UK this year. The series would commence in August, and India is also slated to square off against New Zealand in the finals of World Test Championship (WTC) in June.

Ind vs Eng : Rahul Dravid predicts India can win Test series 3-2; “I really do think India have a very good chance this time. There’s no question about England’s bowling. Whatever bowling attack England put on the park, especially their seam-bowling attack, is going to be fantastic. They have a lot of players to pick and choose from and that’s going to be terrific,” Dravid said in a webinar organised by Live Aid India, a trust to help those affected by Covid-19, as reported by ESPNcricinfo.

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Dravid also said that Kohli’s side would be well prepared for the Tests against England and he also opined that a lot of players in the squad have the much-needed self-belief.

“But I just think India will be well-prepared, have the confidence from Australia, there’s lot of belief in the squad. A couple of players have been to England a few times, there’s a lot of experience in the batting order this time around, so this is probably our best chance, maybe say 3-2 to India. I think India will play really well in England this time”, said Dravid.

Ind vs Eng : Rahul Dravid predicts India can win Test series 3-2; “If India wins a couple of good tosses, India will have two really good spinners. It can turn in UK. They’ll be wary of starting with pitches too damp and too green because of India’s pace-bowling attack. So they’ll have to prepare good wickets, and good wickets in England, from my experience of playing there, the sun comes out and if you don’t water the wicket for five days, days four and five, it can turn,” he added.