India's predicted XI for the 4th Test against England

Rohit Sharma has looked in very good touch with the willow in the ongoing series against England. He has scored 296 runs which is the most by any batsman from India as he is proving his worth in the Tests as well. The English bowlers will definitely look to send back the Hitman before he turns to be dangerous for them.

In the ongoing series, Shubman Gill has failed to convert his start into a big one. In addition to that, the youngster is yet to score his first century for India in the Test format. So, it's a perfect chance for him to score his maiden ton in Tests which help him to end the series high on a note.

Arguably known as "The Wall", Pujara is yet to create an impact with the bat in the Test series against England. He had been in fabulous form during the last two games against Australia but failed to carry it to the home conditions. Therefore, Pujara has to make a comeback in the final match which would help India to get over the victory line.

The skipper of the Indian team, Virat Kohli has been inconsistent with the willow before the outbreak of Covid-19. His teammates and fans are eager to watch Kohli ending up the century drought in the upcoming match. However, there have been no questions about his leadership considering the changes in bowling and the filed placement he makes during the game.

The vice-captain of Team India, Ajinkya Rahane has always been a standout batsman at No.5. If we talk about the ongoing series Rahane has done the same as Virat Kohli, Cheteshwar Pujara and Shubman Gill. He will be determined to play a match-winning knock to make the way for the WTC Finals against Kiwis at Lord's.

The 23-year-old has been in sensational form and helped his side to get over the victory on many occasions. He has scored around 170 runs against the visitors which includes tow fifties to his name. So, he will be a big wicket for England in the lower-order as he has the ability to dominate any bowler once he gets on his bat.

Axar Patel has been at his best with the ball as he bagged 11 scalps in the 3rd third, 6 in the first innings and five in the second innings respectively. He would look be wondering the same track for the final match at the Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium to turn the ball away from the Englishmen. Moreover, he has to improve his batting to help his team in the lower-order.

The Tamil Nadu based cricketer has always been the best when it comes to home conditions. So far, Ravichandran Ashwin has picked up 21 wickets in the ongoing series and will look to continue the same momentum for the rest of the game. If the track at the Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium is similar to the 3rd Test then it will be a nightmare for the Joe Root-led side to face the veteran in the final Test.

Kuldeep Yadav is expected to replace Washington Sundar in the upcoming Test at Ahmedabad. Facing Kuldeep Yadav on a spinning track along with Axar Patel and Ravichandran Ashwin from the other end will bring out more problems for the England batting line-up to score runs on the board. Let's see how it works for India if they play three spinners and two-seamers.

Mohammed Siraj is expected to replace Jasprit Bumrah who made him unavailable for the final Test due to some personal reasons. But Siraj is not a bad option as he has the ability to take wickets with the new ball and can break the partnership during the middle overs.

The tall and freaky bowler who is all set to play his 101st Test match will be a challenging one with the new ball for England. Ishant Sharma's ability to control the one end allows the spinners to get wickets from the other end. Moreover, if the game prolongs to day 4 and 5 then it will Ishant Sharma who is expected to have an upper hand against the English batters.