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T20 WC: Shardul Thakur replaces Axar Patel in Team India's squad

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], October 13 (ANI): The All-India Senior Selection Committee after a discussion with the team management has added Shardul Thakur to the main squad for the upcoming T20 World Cup. All-rounder Axar Patel, who was part of the 15-member squad will now be on the list of standby...
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Axar Patel: Delhi Capitals spinner tests positive for Covid-19

Delhi Capitals spinner Axar Patel has tested positive for Covid-19 and been put into isolation before the start of the Indian Premier League. The 27-year-old was instrumental in Tests for India against England in March, taking four five-wicket hauls. The IPL is due to start on Friday despite a surge...
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Axar Patel: The story behind India's latest star spin bowler

Three Tests, three successive heavy England defeats and four five-wicket hauls for Axar Patel. It was perhaps fitting England's final batting collapse on a chastening tour of India was, once again, at the hands of India's newest spin sensation. Never before has an Indian spinner enjoyed such a productive debut...
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India v England: Axar Patel and Ravichandran Ashwin seal series for hosts

England 205 (Stokes 55; Axar 4-68) & 135 (Lawrence 50; Ashwin 5-47, Axar 5-48) India 365 (Pant 101, Sundar 96*) England's series defeat in India was sealed with one final, abject batting collapse on the third day of the fourth Test in Ahmedabad. Needing 160 to make India bat again,...
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Axar Patel picks off listless England but Dan Lawrence refuses to wither

Over recent months the prime minister has attempted to characterise the leader of the opposition, not entirely convincingly, as “Captain Hindsight”. Perhaps the nickname would stick better to the leader of England’s cricket team, who came out for the start of the fourth Test, won the toss, and promptly announced his best team for the third match of the series.
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India v England: Axar Patel takes 6-38 as tourists fold for 112

Third Test, Ahmedabad (day one) England put in a feeble batting display to crumble to 112 all out at the hands of a dominant India on the first day of the third Test in Ahmedabad. The tourists completely surrendered the advantage of winning the toss in the day-night Test, succumbing...
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England capitulate to Axar Patel and give India control of third Test

England went into the day-night third Test in Ahmedabad buoyed by the prospect of the pink ball helping their seamers. But come the end of the opening day this optimism had melted away, their batsmen having endured yet another collapse to spin that means India are again the team in full control.
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Axar Patel, the late call-up ready to torment England on home ground

In all the noise about India’s most crushing defeat of England on home soil, of Ravichandran Ashwin’s miracles with bat and ball, of England’s rotation policy, of Moeen Ali, of the state of the wicket, of Virat Kohli’s on-field expressiveness, of Rishabh Pant and Ben Foakes, one man’s debut rather slipped under the carpet. Left-arm spinner Axar Patel, lean and lanky, with an air of Ravi Shastri about the moustache, marked his Test debut with five wickets in the second innings and the prize of dismissing Joe Root twice.
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Axar Patel inspires crushing India victory over England with day to spare to level series

It was always coming and when it arrived it did so with little fanfare. India needed just 34.2 overs on the fourth morning to confirm victory in the second Test against England at Chennai. By inflicting a 317-run defeat on their opponents, the hosts square the series 1-1, returning some telling blows of their own after receiving a few last week in the opening match. The result was confirmed just past 7am in the United Kingdom, in time for England supporters to enjoy some rigorous post-mortem with their cornflakes and coffee. There will no doubt be plenty, especially considering this...
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