Rohit Sharma to score over 35.5 runs
Sharma’s stunning century on day one of the second Test set the tone for India’s thumping victory.
This looks like a relatively low runs mark for a batsman in such good nick.
Jonny Bairstow to score over 24.5 runs
Bairstow had a solid series in Sri Lanka before being rested for the first half of this series, scoring 47 and 28 in the first innings of the two Tests.
Returning to the side at number three, he can pass this mark again.
Ben Stokes to score over 29.5 runs
Stokes scored 82 in the first innings of the first Test, proving his worth in these conditions.
He has struggled more recently, but is now so consistent that a bad run of form is unlikely to last long.
Jimmy Anderson to be England’s top first innings bowler
The pink-ball Test should give Anderson the opportunity to build on his stunning first Test performance.
He also took a six-fer in the first innings of his one Test in Sri Lanka, so has every chance of doing damage with a ball that should swing.
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