New Delhi: Former Pakistan captain Rameez Raja feels India can go on to "brownwash" England in the ongoing Test series if it wins the second match of the series starting November 23 in Mumbai.
India have taken a 1-0 lead in the series after winning the opening Test in Ahmedabad by nine wickets on Monday. Rameez felt the wicket will turn even more in Mumbai and this would work to the home team's advantage.
"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.