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Second Test between India and England: Yashasvi Jaiswal scores another fifty to continue his scorching run in the arena

<p>In the inaugural session of Day 1 in the Visakhapatnam Test, the youthful Indian opener, Yashasvi Jaiswal, notched his second consecutive half-century of the series. The Indian team stood at 103 for two at the lunch break. In the earlier part of the morning, Shoaib Bashir, the English spinner, swiftly secured his debut Test wicket. Simultaneously, James Anderson’s breakthrough just before noon restrained India.</p>
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<p>Jaiswal led India’s batting with fortitude, accumulating a resilient 51, marking his second half-century in this ongoing series. Shreyas Iyer, unbeaten at four during the interval, stood as a testament to the team’s stability. Despite winning the toss and choosing to bat, Rohit Sharma failed to capitalize on the advantageous batting conditions.</p>
<p>In the series opener, off-spinner Bashir, delayed due to visa complications, made a decisive impact in his fourth over. He dismissed Rohit (14), who edged the ball to Ollie Pope at leg slip. Shubman Gill, countering with five boundaries in his brisk 34, sought to shift the momentum back to India. However, Anderson intervened, disrupting his fluent innings just before lunch.</p>
<p>Replacing Mark Wood as England’s sole fast bowler in the match, the 41-year-old Anderson had Gill caught behind. Jaiswal asserted his dominance by dispatching a full toss from Bashir for a maximum, followed by a boundary to achieve his half-century. India continues to grapple with the aftermath of their narrow defeat in the Hyderabad opener, where injuries to KL Rahul and Ravindra Jadeja exacerbated their woes.</p>
<p>To address the void left by the injured pair, India introduced middle-order batter Rajat Patidar, making his Test debut, and left-arm wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav. Mukesh Kumar has been named as the replacement for fellow pacer Mohammed Siraj. Additionally, India is without the stalwart Virat Kohli for the first two Tests due to personal matters.</p>
<p>Meanwhile, Shoaib Bashir is poised to make his Test debut, stepping in for the injured Jack Leach. England places their hopes on James Anderson, relying on his extensive experience and prowess in generating reverse swing.</p>

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