India vs England: Indian umpires to make a rare Test debut

As per reports Indian umpires, Virender Sharma and Anil Chaudhary are all set to make their rare Test debut. These two umpires will be seen on the ground in India take on England scheduled next month with a total four-match Test series. 

Undoubtedly, this is the very first time we going see something rare after the ICC’s neutral umpire policy. This rare debut will show us Indian umpires on the ground making their debut umpiring a match involving the home team. All thanks to the covid-19 relaxation policy which allows this thing to finally happen. 

The complete four-Test match series will start with Nitin Menon, In the first Test match on February 5 at Chennai. In the second Test scheduled at February 13, it will be Sharma from Himachal Pradesh. He will be along with Menon as an on-field umpire. The complete news was confirmed from the ICC official website last week. 

From Menon’s career track the England four-match Test series will also be his very first series involving his nation India. Menon made his debut in November 2019 in West Indies. His first debut was made between Afghanistan and West Indies test. 

Courtesy: Times of India

The England tour series will be a unique series for match referee in his entire ICC career.  Javagal Srinath started his ICC career in the year 2006. After officiating a total 53 Test matches so far by the former Karnataka pacer. He was known for his aggressive pace and for the first time hold the charge of an India series. 

This is all from the official report that confirms Indian umpire to make a rate test debut. Do you found our report interesting? How do we know? Share your views regarding this with your valuable feedback.

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