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India tour of England: Rohit Sharma can make this special record on England tour, chance to beat Shahid Afridi

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India vs England: The Indian team is on a tour of England for a series of 1 Test, 3 ODIs and 3 T20 matches. On this tour, Indian captain Rohit Sharma can make a special record in his name.

IND vs ENG: The Indian team is on a tour of England for a series of 1 Test, 3 ODIs and 3 T20 matches. The one-off Test between India and England (IND vs ENG) will start from July 1. This is part of the test series held last year. Last year, the Indian team reached England for a five-match Test series, but after four matches, some players and coaches of India were found to be corona infected. In such a situation, the last match had to be postponed. India is currently 2-1 ahead in the series.

Chance to beat Afridi
After the Test match, a three-match T20 and One Day International series will be played between July 7 and July 17. On the England tour, Indian captain Rohit Sharma has a chance to leave behind former Pakistan cricketer Shahid Afridi in a special case. Afridi is currently ahead of Rohit Sharma in terms of most sixes in international cricket. Rohit can overtake Afridi on this tour.

Rohit has to hit 13 sixes
Pakistani legend Shahid Afridi has hit 476 sixes in international cricket, while Rohit Sharma has hit 464 sixes so far. Rohit will overtake Afridi as soon as he hits 13 sixes on this tour. The world record for most sixes in international cricket is recorded in the name of Chris Gayle, who has hit a total of 553 sixes.

Most sixes in international cricket

  • Chris Gayle- 533 sixes
  • Shahid Afridi- 476 sixes
  • Rohit Sharma- 476 sixes
  • Brendon McCallum- 398 sixes
  • Martin Guptill- 371 sixes

test series schedule

  • 5th Test: Edgbaston, July 1-5

T20 series schedule

  • 1st T20: 7th July, Ageas Bowl
  • 2nd T20I: 9 July, Edgbaston
  • 3rd T20: July 10, Trent Bridge

ODI series schedule

  • 1st ODI: July 12, The Oval
  • 2nd ODI: 14 July, Lord’s
  • 3rd ODI: 17 July, Manchester

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