Check England Players Test Stats in India ahead of IND vs ENG 2nd Test

Updated on: Jan 31, 2024 8:19 am IST

Check England Players Test Stats in India ahead of IND vs ENG 2nd Test

England stunned India in the first Test and how? They were down and out after the first innings and everybody had written off. However, Ben Stokes & co. came hard with the bat and scripted a memorable comeback. The bowlers capitalized on the good work done by the batters and won a match for the ages.

Now, England are gearing up for the second Test at Vishakhapatnam and they will be eager to win back-to-back matches against a depleted Indian side. Meanwhile, in this post, we will take a look at the England players’ Test stats in India ahead of the 2nd Test.

Zak Crawley

Matches Innings Runs Average Strike Rate Century Half-Centuries Best
3 6 118 19.66 57.84 0 1 53

Ben Duckett

Matches Innings Runs Average Strike Rate Century Half-Centuries Best
3 5 100 20.00 69.93 0 0 47

Ollie Pope

Matches Innings Runs Average Strike Rate Century Half-Centuries Best
5 10 350 35.00 55.37 1 0 196

Joe Root

Matches Innings Runs & Wickets Batting & Bowling Average Batting & Bowling Strike Rate Century Half-Centuries Best
11 22 983 runs and 13 Wickets 46.80 & 24.84 50.98 & 50.7 2 5 218

Jonny Bairstow

Matches Innings Runs Average Strike Rate Century Half-Centuries Best
9 16 436 29.06 50.28 0 3 89

Ben Stokes

Matches Innings Runs Average Strike Rate Century Half-Centuries Best
10 20 624 32.84 49.36 1 4 128

Ben Foakes

Matches Innings Runs Average Strike Rate Century Half-Centuries Best
4 8 116 16.57 31.78 0 0 42*

Rehan Ahmed

Matches Innings Wickets Average Strike Rate Economy Rate 5-Wickets Best
1 2 2 69.00 90.00 4.60 0 2/105

Tom Hartley

Matches Innings Wickets Average Strike Rate Economy Rate 5-Wickets Best
1 2 9 21.44 34.2 3.75 1 7/62

Mark Wood

Matches Innings Wickets Average Strike Rate Economy Rate 5-Wickets Best
1 2 0 2.48 0

Jack Leach

Matches Innings Wickets Average Strike Rate Economy Rate 5-Wickets Best
5 9 20 30.65 59.1 3.11 0 4/54

Under the leadership of Brendon McCullum as the coach and Ben Stokes as the skipper, England have learned how to perform as a team. While individual brilliance from the different players have bailed them out of the difficult situations, they have won performing as a unit more often than not.

This English side has a knack for winning matches from difficult situations. The players know their roles and the role clarity has enabled them to produce efficient and effective performances consistently.

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