#SaqibMahmood

.London, UK
Jos Buttler. (AP/PTI Photo)

  • Jos Buttler missed the fourth Test to attend the birth of his second child
  • Jack Leach was part of the squad for the 1st and 2nd Tests, but hasn't played since March
  • India lead the series 2-1, with the 5th Test at Old Trafford set to begin from September 5

.Leeds, UK
The Indian bowlers played a key role during India's win at Lord's. (Photo credit: PTI)

  • Virat Kohli will be eyeing his first century since November 2019
  • Lancashire seamer Saqib Mahmood is expected to make his Test debut
  • India lead the series 1-0

Virat Kohli during a practice session at Headingley. (Photo credit: Twitter/@BCCI)

  • Team India will start as favourites in the Headingley Test against England
  • The third test of the five-match series will begin on Wednesday
  • India are currently leading 1-0 in the series

.Leeds, UK
England bowler Mark Wood (R) reacts after India's Rohit Sharma hit him for six runs during the 2nd Test at Lord's cricket ground in London. (AP/PTI Photo)

  • Mark Wood has been ruled out of the 3rd Test against India with a “jarred right shoulder”
  • He sustained the injury during the 4th day of the 2nd Test at Lord’s
  • Saqib Mahmood might make his Test debut for England as Wood's replacement

Saqib Mahmood is an fast bowler from England. (Photo credit: Twitter/SaqMahmood25)

  • Saqib Mahmood received his maiden England call-up owing to an impressive 2019 season
  • In the U19 World Cup in Bangladesh, he picked up 13 wickets
  • He was also named the England Development Programme Cricketer of the year in 2015

.London, UK
Dawid Malan has 15 Test caps for England. (Photo Credit: Twitter/@englandcricket)

  • Dawid Malan last played a Test match in the win against India in August 2018
  • Batsmen Zak Crawley and Dom Sibley and leg-spinner Jack Leach have been dropped
  • The 3rd Test will be played at Headingley, Leeds from August 25 to 29

.Cardiff, UK
Saqib Mahmood marked his return to England duty with a four-wicket haul. (Photo credit: Twitter/@ICC)

  • Saqib Mahmood for his figures of 4 for 42
  • Pakistan were skittled out for just 141 with more than 14 overs left to bat
  • England, the reigning 50-over world champions, made 142-1 to go 1-0 up