The four-match Test series between India and England is over, India defeated England 3-1 to win the series and seal a spot in ICC World Test Championship final. India players have been inside the biosecure bubble for about five months now. After participating in last year’s IPL, India first went on tour of Australia and then got busy with the home Test series against England. ALSO READ | IPL 2021 Full Schedule: Mumbai Indians To Face RCB In Season Opener On April 9 | Fixtures, Timing & Venue Details Here The four-match Test series between India and England is finally over but India is scheduled to play a 5-match T20 series and 3-match ODI series against the visitors. Meanwhile, veteran spinner Ravichandran Ashwin’s wife Preeti Ashwin on Saturday took to Twitter to post an emotional tweet in which she asked her husband to 'break the bubble' and return home as soon as possible. Ashwin’s performance in the Test series against England has been amazing as he emerged as a key player for India. Ashwin was the highest wicket-taker in the series. Apart from this, he also scored a century in the third Test. In the entire four-match series, Ashiwn scored… Read full this story
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