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The Test saw some electrifying batting with England winning by 74 runs. PCB chairman Ramiz Raja had then labelled the pitch as 'embarrassing' and Andy Pycroft of the Emirates ICC Elite Panel of Match Referees agreed with his prognosis
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Next month marks the beginning of a four-match Test series in India, and spin is anticipated to play a significant role in determining which team will prevail and take home the prized Border-Gavaskar trophy and significant ICC World Test Championship points.
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India's chances of reaching a second consecutive final are boosted as Rohit Sharma's side remains in second place on the standings with a 58.93 point percentage, while Sri Lanka are also in the mix in third with 53.33%.
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Australia and South Africa will meet for the final Test at the iconic grounds of the Sydney Cricket Ground on Wednesday
India will start off its schedule with a white-ball series against Sri Lanka at home from January 3 to 15
The Border Gavaskar Trophy will start of a series of eight big cricket events this year
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Green was struck on the finger by a rising Anrich Nortje delivery while batting late on the second day of the ongoing second Test against the Proteas and was forced to retire hurt.
The win in Dhaka gives India a major boost going into the Australia home series with their chances of making the ICC World Test Championship final well and truly on.
Former Indian batter Mohammad Kaif said on Sunday that middle-order batter Shreyas Iyer is vital to India's ICC World Test Championship final hopes as he lauded him for showing great skill on the fourth day of the second Test against Bangladesh to win the game for India.
Ravichandran Ashwin was declared the 'Player of the Match' for his match-winning knock in the second innings. India went on to clinch the two-match Test series 2-0. The Test series triumph was the 16th win in a row in Asia for India.
India beat Bangladesh by a narrow margin of three wickets against Bangladesh at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka.
A victory in Dhaka has resulted in India strengthening their second position, with their win-percentage improving from 55.77 to 58.93. Australia are at the top of the table while South Africa (54.55%) and Sri Lanka (53.33%) are right behind India at No.3 and 4 respectively.