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Need to play more matches to do well in Tests: Mandhana

Indian women’s cricket team batsman Smriti Mandhana has said that the players need to play more Test matches to build a better understanding amongst themselves at the end of each Test season. The Indian women’s team, playing the follow-on, scored 83 for one in the second innings till the end of the rain-hit day’s play on the third day of the one-off Test against England at the County Cricket Ground here on Friday and are still 82 runs. running behind.

England declared their first innings at 396 for nine on the second day, while India’s first innings was reduced to 231 in the first session today, giving England a massive 165-run lead, after which they forced India to play the follow-on. forced. Mandhana had scored 78 runs in the first innings.
After the end of the third day’s play, Mandhana said, “We can certainly consider that we are not used to batting more than 50 overs. But I would not say that I got out due to lack of experience in Test matches because I lost my wicket in the last session yesterday (Thursday).

But, of course, I think there was a bit of pressure to end the day being not out, which may have played a role, he added. The more we play Test matches, the more we get used to the conditions—an over before lunch or an over before the end of the day and all those sessions, so that we are more mature about [coming to them] Can and don’t take pressure.
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