The defending champion of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, West Indies, will switch to Kieron Pollard’s new leadership, and the three-match series in India will pose a serious challenge to him from 6 December in Hyderabad.
“India vs West Indies” will take place at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad Friday, 6 December; 07:00 pm local, 01:30 pm GMT.
West Indies must play their best cricket quality if they want to win against India, an opponent they have lost all of their last six T20Is, including three games they hosted just four months ago.
After a 2-1 defeat by Afghanistan, visitors to the trust department will not fare too well. Apparently, during this series, the Windies’ batsmen were fighting against the sailors, and India has a wealth of experienced and otherwise experienced talents who will try to investigate this apparent weakness.
While Mohammed Shami and Bhuvneshwar Kumar are proven match-winners, Deepak Chahar and Shivam Dube have achieved remarkably good results in their limited capabilities. Given the fierce competition for fast bowling in the Indian setup, less than a year after the ICC men’s T20 World Cup in Australia, expect them to shoot at all cylinders. If the West Indies handle the Quick well, they will have to compete with the high-quality spin attack of Yuzvendra Chahal, Ravindra Jadeja, and Kuldeep Yadav.
The experienced batsmen of the West Indies will be responsible for taking the lead in combating a subtle Indian attack. For this purpose, Pollard himself will be a crucial figure, as will Evin Lewis, both of whom have much experience with IPL and are routinely faced with bowling this caliber.
The visitors have a strong T20 bowling attack. Kesrick Williams is the smart sailor with subtle variations, while Keemo Paul and Sheldon Cottrell can get things up and running with speed and bounce. The leg-spin of Hayden Walsh gives the attack another dimension. It will be a good challenge for you to keep Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, and KL Rahul under control.
What Happened Last Time Between “India vs West Indies”
Given the task of avoiding a clean passage, West Indies had a catastrophic start in Providence when Deepak Chahar produced a stunning opening spell that reduced them to 14/3. Kieron Pollard made a nice 45-ball 58 to lead the West Indies revival to 146/6. In response, India cheaply lost Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul, but half a century before Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant saw India at home with seven wickets and five balls.
Shivam Dube Said:
“They have a good T20 team but we have prepared very well, I think India is the best cricket team in the world and we will win the series.”
West Indies coach Phil Simmons said:
“Last year we had some T20s and ODIs in India and we were not miles apart, we had a game where I felt we were connected, so we were not that far apart. ” – as communicated to ESPN Cricinfo
Weather Conditions For India vs West Indies 1st T20I | Friday 6 December 2019
The pitch in Hyderabad tends to be slower with spinner-appropriate buying volume. Fast bowlers who are equipped with a slower ball can do that as well. The weather is expected to be cool and clear.