England U19 v India U19 1st Youth Test Live Cricket Score, IND v ENG Under 19 TV & Live Streaming
India Under-19 vs England Under-19 1st Test match from July 23 to 26 at Queen’s Park Cricket Ground located in Chesterfield, match starts at 10:00 AM GMT.
India’s Under 19 side haven’t toured England since 2002 where they lost the three-match test series 1-0 and swept the three-game one day series. England tour is very crucial for team to prepare for 2018 Under-19 Cricket World Cup.
Himanshu Rana has been appointed India Under-19 captain for two four-day matches against England. Former Indian captain Rahul Dravid continue to guide young side as a coach.
TV & Live Streaming: No broadcast of this match on any channel. Cricket fans can watch match video highlights, pictures via BCCI, ECB official Facebook page and Twitter account.
India Under 19 v England Under 19 1st Test Match Live Cricket Score, IND Tour of ENG, 2017
India Under- 19 won by 334 runs
519/10 (133.4 ovs)
173/6 (32 ovs)
195/10 (54.2 ovs)
163/10 (46.1 ovs)
|Date||Jul 23 – Jul 26, 2017|
||England U19 vs India U19, 1st Youth Test|
||Queen’s Park, Chesterfield|
||10:00 AM GMT, 11:00 AM LOCAL|
|TV & Live Streaming||No Telecast|
|Tournament||India U19 tour of England, 2017|
|Prediction||England U19 to win|
|Toss||England Under-19 opt to bowl|
|IND U19 Playing XI||Himanshu Rana, Prithvi Shaw, Shubman Gill, Riyan Parag, Manjot Kalra, S Radhakrishnan, Harvik Desai, Ashok Sandhu, Kamlesh Nagarkoti, Shivam Mavi, Darshan Nalkande|
|ENG U19 Playing XI||Harry Brook, Max Holden, Ryan Patel, George Bartlett, Will Jacks, Ben Green, Ollie Robinson, Matthew Potts, Josh Tongue, Henry Brookes, Amar Virdi|
|Result||India U19 won by 334 runs|
India Under 19 Test Team Squad: Himanshu Rana (c), Prithvi Shaw, Shubman Gill, Riyan Parag, Manjot Kalra, S Radhakrishnan, Het Patel, Harvik Desai (wk), Ashok Sandhu, Rahul Chahar, Harsh Tyagi, Kamlesh Nagarkoti, Vivekanand Tiwari, Shivam Mavi, Darshan Nalkande, Kanumuri Bhagath Varma
England Under 19 Test Team Squad: Max Holden (c), Liam Banks, Harry Brook, George Bartlett, Henry Brookes, Ben Green, George Panayi, Will Jacks, Ryan Patel, Matty Potts, Liam Patterson-White, Oliver Robinson, Josh Tongue, Harry Swindells (wk), Amar Virdi