Harbhajan Singh predicts second Test result, tells match will end in so many days

The second match of the four-Test series being played between India and England is being played at the M Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. By the end of the first day’s play, Team India has scored 300 runs losing 6 wickets. Rohit Sharma, batting brilliantly for the team, scored an innings of 161 runs, while Ajinkya Rahane contributed 67 runs. England returned to the match in the last session of the day and quickly took three wickets. On the first day of the Test, there was a lot of turn on the pitch, after which India’s off-spin bowler Harbhajan Singh predicted the result of the test match and said that the match will end in three days.

First session of the test match ???? Ball spinning like 8th day of the match #INDvsENG


This test match will be over in 3 or 3 an half days I guess – Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) February 13, 2021

Harbhajan Singh wrote on his Twitter, ‘First session of Test match. The ball is spinning as if it is the 8th day of the match. I think this Test match between India and England will end in three days or three and a half days. Rohit Sharma and Rahane, who could not do anything special in both innings of the first Test match, shared 162 runs for the fourth wicket in this match and brought the team to a strong position. However, skipper Kohli (0) could not perform as expected and was clean bowled by Moin Ali.


The Indian team got off to bat first after winning the toss and Shubman Gill was bowled by Oli Stone without opening the account. After this, Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli also could not show anything special with the bat. India made three changes to their playing eleven for this Test match. Akshar Patel was included in the team in place of Washington Sundar, while Shahbaz Nadeem was replaced by Kuldeep Yadav and Bumrah was replaced by Mohammad Siraj.




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