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Ben Stokes, “Some Place to Trundle This Morning,” is in awe of Dharamsala’s beauty in IND vs. ENG

<p>In Dharamshala, visiting team captain Ben Stokes and his colleagues had a rejuvenating morning run against the magnificent background of the Himalayas, ahead of the fifth and final Test match between India and England, which is scheduled to commence on March 7.</p>
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<p>Situated at a height of 1457 meters, Dharamshala provides breathtaking views of peaks covered with snow and flowing streams. Stokes graciously shared with us snippets of their jog, which encapsulated the essence of their warm-ups. The natural beauty of the area combined with the team’s physical preparations suggested that England was ready for Thursday’s play at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium.</p>
<p>Ben Stokes posted the video of their morning jog and warm-up on the streets of Dharamsala, where the action is taking place after India defeated Ranchi by five wickets. Stokes posted a picture on social media with the message, “Someplace to trundle this morning.” The English skipper went for a morning run with opening batsman Zak Crawley, assistant coach Paul Collingwood, and veteran spinner James Anderson.</p>
<p>The teams from India and England arrived at Dharamshala on Sunday, March 3. The Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium served as the team’s practice location on Monday.</p>
<p>This series has been quite captivating so far. Despite leading 3-1 going into the fifth Test, India already had the series wrapped up, but the “Bazballers” have given the hosts a serious challenge. Since the English side that defeated India 2-1 in 2012, they are perhaps the finest visiting team from England.</p>
<p>In Hyderabad, England surprised everyone by winning the first Test by a margin of 28 runs. Under the astute leadership of Rohit Sharma, an inexperienced India team—which was without players such as Mohammed Shami, KL Rahul, and Virat Kohli—fought back and won three straight Tests: a 106-run drubbing in Visakhapatnam, a thrilling 434-run victory in Rajkot, and a nerve-wracking five-wicket victory in Ranchi in a challenging run chase.</p>
<p>One player from each side is scheduled to play their 100th Test ahead of the fifth and final Test. Test No. 100 at Dharamsala will be played by Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, who achieved the 500 Test wicket milestone in the third Test. Jonny Bairstow of England, who is 26 runs short of reaching 6000 Test runs, will also do so. This tour, the middle-order hitter has had a terrible time, managing only 170 runs in eight innings, with a career-high score of 38.</p>

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