Video - Assessing India's Bowling Options - Cricket World TV
Ahead of the England-India Test series, John Pennington and Chetan Narula reviewed India's bowling attack, which was charged with taking 20 English wickets in each game.
Chetan homes in on a key weakness in this bowling line-up - their inability to 'close down winning moments', although they managed to beat England at Lord's by 95 runs.
Ishant Sharma played the starring role there, and Chetan talks about why going into the series Indian fans had reason to worry with him being the most experienced fast bowler in the group.
He correctly predicted that Bhuvneshwar Kumar would be a handful in English conditions and that Stuart Binny would make his debut.
India head to the fourth Test at Old Trafford with the series level at 1-1 after England hit back to win at The Ageas Bowl by 266 runs.
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