New Delhi, Nov 20: Former Pakistan skipper turned commentator Rameez Raja has said that Team India can 'brownwash' England if they win the second Test match starting this Friday, November 23 at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.
Since the wicket is tailor-made for spinners in Mumbai, Ramiz Raja feels Team India have the edge as they have talented spinners in the side, to help them dominate in the second Test as well as they have already won the first Test against England by 9 wickets.
England batsmen, vulnerable against spin struggled to play Pragyan Ojha, which was another clue, as India would continue to torment them by playing two spinners.
Rameez Raja, also added that since India are playing at home, hosts have got a good opportunity to take sweet revenge as they were humiliated when they visited England last year, and can also aim for a 4-0 result this time in the series.
"If England lose in Mumbai then India will have the clear edge. India will then have the excellent opportunity to go for a 4-0 result, which can be called a 'brownwash'," Rameez said.
"India can win all the four matches and I feel the wicket will turn more in Mumbai. India definitely have the upperhand but England have shown the stomach for fight and the series would be an interesting one," he said.
Moreover, he also said that England's bowling seems to be weak on Indian conditions.
"England's bowling seems weak given the pitches here. Indians, on the other hand, are masters of spin," Rameez explained.