Wednesday, November 21, 2012


Former Pakistan skipper Ramiz Raja considers Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s men can go on to cause a set whitewash on the on-tour Britain part if they handle to win the second Check of the four-match series, which gets continuous in Mumbai on Saturday, Nov 23, 2012.

India gained a 1-0 cause in the series after well defeating the Three Tigers in the first Check of the series in Ahmedabad, by nine wickets. The serves stayed in instructing place throughout the go with, publishing a huge complete of 521 for 2 in their announced first innings and then implementing a adhere to on over the visitors, after having them included out for just 191 in their first innings.

Emerging Gujarat batsman Cheteshwar Pujara appeared with the bat for the property part, reviewing an unbeaten dual millennium and a 41 not out, to help his part program a relaxed nine-wicket win. Left-arm rewriter Pragyan Ojha was the choose of the Native indian bowlers with profession best numbers of 9 for 165.

England batsmen terribly did not reverse Native indian rewriters, Pragyan Ojha and Ravichandran Ashwin at Motera. Raja said that the wicket in Mumbai is predicted to convert even more and that gives the serves an advantage over the Poms going into the second Check.

"India can win all the four suits and I experience the wicket will convert more in Mumbai. Native indian definitely have the advantage but Britain have proven the abdomen for battle and the series would be an exciting one," Ramiz informed PTI-Bhasha.

"If Britain reduce in Mumbai, then Native indian will have the obvious advantage. Native indian will then have the fantastic probability to go for a 4-0 outcome, which can be known as a 'brownwash'," the cricketer converted commentator included further.

Replying to a question about England’s go-karting the former Pakistan batsman said, "England's go-karting seems poor given the pitch here. Indians, however, are experts of whirl."

The continuous four-match Check series provides MS Dhoni and Co a very excellent possibility to take vengeance from the Poms, who had dethroned them as the Globe No. 1 Check part with a 4-0 series whitewash at house last summer time.