Saeed Ajmal has said that he prefers to give his tests in England and not in India. Ajmal, who has to give a bowling Test to justify his action in the next month said that the Test will be in England and not in Chennai because he prefers to give it in England.

Ajmal, who took his name back from the World Cup said that he is confident that he will clear the Test this time. He added that when he took the Test the previous time, he showed a lot of improvements and this means that he will clear it this time and get the bend below 15 degrees.

Talking about his critics, he said that he has a lot in store for them and will show his class once he comes back to the International scene. He added that he has worked on new deliveries and trajectories in his bowling. He added that he is no more just depedent on Doosra, which created problems in his action.

 

 

 

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