As per Coach Chris Silverwood this is the second example in the arrangement where they are made to play on the underprepared wicket. The wicket in Chennai and afterward in Ahmedabad saw exorbitant abandon the beginning, in penetrate of ICC guidelines.
Britain is thinking to raise a proper grievance against the Ahmedabad wicket. As per a report by Daily Mail, England commander Joe Root and mentor Chris Silverwood are probably going to officially raise a grievance with Match Referee Javagal Srinath on the state of wicket where third Test finished in under two days.
This was the most brief at any point test coordinate regarding number of balls bowled in a finished test since 1935.
‘We will be talking about certain things behind the scenes,’ quoted by Silverwood while asked a question on the Ahmedabad Pitch played for the third test match.
‘We have spoken to the match referee once but not about the pitch and now Joe and I have to have a conversation and see where we go with it. I’m not in a position to say what we should or shouldn’t do but I’m not saying we just have to accept the pitch.’
Prior Root and Silverwood grumbled to the official about the umpiring guidelines and requested some consistency from the TV Umpire Shamshuddin after he twice quickly controlled in support of India right off the bat.
India versus England fourth Test: England All-rounder Chris Woakes flies back home
India versus England fourth Test – Chris Woakes: Meanwhile, England group all-rounder Chris Woakes won’t be accessible for the fourth and last trial of the arrangement. Woakes has returned to England without playing a solitary match of the arrangement.
Woakes, 31, has persevered through a disappointing winter with England, having been associated with crews in South Africa, Sri Lanka and now India without playing a solitary game. Under the England and Wales Cricket Board’s turn strategy, Woakes was sent back to England without playing a solitary match on the visit.
Woakes passed up determination in Sri Lanka due to being in close contact of Moeen Ali, who tried positive for Covid-19.
“We’ve got a good group here who do get around each other and help each other out, keep each other going. You have to do that in bubble life, which is what we’re living in at the moment. We’re lucky we’ve got that sort of environment.” Added by Silverwood.