Five records that can be broken in the IND vs ENG series 

Updated on: Aug 3, 2021 10:42 am IST

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    The stage is all set as two of the biggest cricketing nations India and England will square off with each other in the five-Test series. The Virat Kohli-led side after losing three series on a trot in England would be aiming to register their first Test series win since 2007. On the other hand, the Joe Root-led side will be looking to avenge their defeat over India after a 3-1 loss earlier this year, which snubbed their chances of reaching the final of the ICC World Test Championship 2021.

    India vs England 2021: Records that can break in the five-Test series between India and England 

    The stage is set for the five-Test series between India and England. With two heavyweights set to clash with each other, there will be no dearth of entertainment and it is expected that numerous records will be broken when the two nations will cross swords with each other in the much-anticipated Test series

    Let’s have a look at the five records that can be broken in the series between India and England.

    Virat Kohli’s new milestone 

    Virat Kohli has been one of the most versatile batsman the world has ever witnessed. The Indian skipper is breaking numerous records along the way and is the leading batsman in all three formats of the game and is also the best Test captain India has ever produced.

    In the upcoming Test series against England, the 32-year-old can achieve few milestones. If the Indian skipper manages to score 453 runs then he can complete 8000 runs in Test cricket. He also needs 258 runs to complete 2000 runs against England and is also two centuries away to be on the elite list with Rahul Dravid and Sachin Tendulkar to smash 7 centuries against England.

    Virat Kohli set the stage on fire when India toured England in 2018 as he scored 593 runs from 10 innings at an average of 59.30. So far in 92 Test matches, the Indian skipper has scored 7,547 runs at an impressive average of 52.04 to go with 27 centuries and 25 fifties.

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