England head coach Brendon McCullum talked about tackling the risk Indian bowler Jasprit Bumrah possesses and mentioned that his crew will find a way to encounter that in the Rajkot Test match. England flew to Abu Dhabi for a coaching camp and can return to India on February 12, three days earlier than the third Test match at Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium.
Jasprit Bumrah produced his greatest figures in Tests at dwelling by scalping 9 wickets in two innings in Visakhapatnam as India registered a dominating 106-run win. Bumrah’s spell in the primary innings the place he picked six wickets, together with useful picks of Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Ollie Pope and Jonny Bairstow, modified the momentum of the sport.
The 30-year-old pacer is topping the leaderboard with 15 wickets in 4 innings in the five-match collection whereas the tempo bowlers from each groups are failing to make an influence. Bumrah will likely be key for India to take a lead in the collection when each groups subsequent conflict in Rajkot however McCullum believes that England batters will counter Bumrah’s risk.
“There are contrasting ways of going about it, and I have always said it is important to bounce off whoever you are batting with and the contrasting skills you possess,” McCullum advised Cricinfo. “We will see the place we get to. For now, we now have to tip our cap to Jasprit and say that spell (in the primary innings of the second Test) was pretty much as good as something we now have seen to date on this journey.
“It’s all condition-dependent. When the ball is swinging like that he becomes even more of a threat. He is a fantastic bowler in all forms of the game. He is unique with his release points and with how much swing he can generate in the air. No doubt he is very good, but we have come up against very good bowlers all through the last 18 months or so and found ways to counter them and that is what we have got to do in this one.”