Kane Williamson-led New Zealand team may have defeated India by 8 wickets in the ICC World Test Championship final. But former India great Sunil Gavaskar has a different view. He says that India need not worry in the five-Test series to be played against England. If Gavaskar is to be believed, then it will be better for India if James Anderson and Stuart Broad are not successful in the first season.
According to Gavaskar, by that time the pitch will be dry and England's charismatic bowlers James Anderson and Stuart Broad will not be very effective if they fail to take wickets in the first session. Sunil Gavaskar, in a column for the Telegraph, said Indian batsmen should not be too worried for the Test series against England as the conditions will be more conducive to batting.
He further said, Indian batsmen need not worry about the series against England in August-September because by then the sun will have set and the pitches will be dry and most importantly if Jimmy Anderson and Stuart Broad take wickets in their first spell. They both clash in the next spell.