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Joe Root to miss the first Test against West Indies, Ben Stokes to lead in his absence

After missing the first Test, the England skipper is expected to join back the squad for the final two Tests.

Ben Stokes and Virat Kohli
Ben Stokes has very similar characteristics to Virat Kohli, he wants to win: Nasser Hussain

Ben Stokes might soon lead the England Test team for the first time in his career after being the vice-captain for a long time.

Ben Stokes and Virat Kohli
Joe Root wants Ben Stokes to follow Virat Kohli’s aggressive approach while captaining England Test side

Joe Root could miss the first Test against West Indies next month as his wife is about to give birth to their second child.

Michael Vaughan
Michael Vaughan picks his all-time England XI with players not born in the country; Mumbai-born cricketer to lead

Andrew Strauss and Kevin Pietersen, both born in South Africa, were included in the side

Mohammad Hafeez and MS Dhoni
I did not see the match-winning intent from India, I felt bad for the sport: Mohammad Hafeez on IND-ENG WC 2019 game

Ben Stokes recently wrote in his book that Indian team played without intent in the WC 2019 game against England.

Brad Hogg
Brad Hogg selects his current best ODI XI; chooses five Indians in the side

Brad Hogg named Virat Kohli as the captain, leaving out Kane Williamson.

Marlon Samuels and Ben Stokes
Ben Stokes’ comment fired up Marlon Samuels in the T20 World Cup 2016 final: Darren Sammy

Marlon Samuels went on to score a brilliant knock of 85 runs which guided his side to a victory in the last over in the 2016 T20 World Cup final.

S. Sreesanth and MS Dhoni
‘Dhoni bhai career bhi khatam kar denge’ – Sreesanth lashes out at Ben Stokes over his ‘no intent shown’ remark about MS Dhoni

Sreesanth also said that he is really looking forward to bowl against Stokes to give him a befitting reply for his comments about Dhoni.

Ben Stokes and Virat Kohli
Twitterati draw Virat Kohli’s reference to wish Ben Stokes on 29th birthday

Last year, Stokes had tweeted about Kohli using the same reference.

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