3. Rohit Sharma:
Team India’s senior opening batsman Rohit Sharma will be eager to prove himself against the moving deliveries in England. The cricketer does not have anything fancy to flex in Test Cricket, especially in overseas conditions.
Sharma has gained massive success in the limited-overs cricket ever since he opened the innings for India, this time he will try to replicate his sensational skills in the Test format in England.
Besides this, Rohit Sharma is in fine touch in the ICC World Test Championship and is the second highest run-getter for India. The reports from the sources also claimed him to have scored in excess of 80 runs in the intrasquad simulation test match.
If he somehow overcomes his vulnerability in the initial overs against the swinging ball, he can easily score big scores in the final and lead India to a comfortable total against New Zealand.