IND vs WI 4th T20I: After receiving brutal bashing in the first two games of the ongoing five-game T20I series, Team India returned to winning ways with a strong seven-wicket win in Guyana. With the win, India opened its account in the series and kept it alive for the upcoming matches. This article will lead you through 2 Big Changes for India in IND vs WI 4th T20I.
Riding on the explosion from the bat of Suryakumar Yadav, the Men in Blue registered a fine win to change the course of the 5-match T20I series against West Indies. The 360-degree batter played a formidable innings of 83 runs in just 44 deliveries and helped India chase down the tricky 159-run total in mere 17.5 overs.
On one end, the contribution of Suryakumar Yadav was vital in taking India close to victory against West Indies, the other end was just as important as the previous one. Young Tilak Varma, yet another time, proved why he is a generational talent for India as he notched up a score of unbeaten 49 runs in 37 deliveries.
Varma now has three consecutive 30+ scores, including a half-century, in his three-match old T20I career, which began last week in Trinidad.
Despite winning the third IND vs WI T20I, team India still trails behind the West Indies. Hardik Pandya and his boys would look to win the 4th T20I and level the series at 2-2, with one game to go.
Down below we will see 2 Big Changes for India in IND vs WI 4th T20I and Strongest Playing11 for India & West Indies.
IND vs WI 4th T20I: 2 Big Changes for India
Ishan Kishan IN for Yashasvi Jaiswal?
Team India had rested left-arm opener Ishan Kishan in the IND vs WI 3rd T20I and had brought in Yashasvi Jaiswal to open with Shubman Gill. Unfortunately, Jaiswal couldn’t manage to seal his big moment as he got at a score of 1 run. Notably, Ishan, who was in good touch, was rested for the game and he could be back into the playing11 as India seek another win to level the series.
Umran Malik IN for Mukesh Kumar?
In another change, India might look to bring in express pacer Umran Malik for Mukesh Kumar. In three T20I games, Mukesh could only scalp two wickets at an average of 39. It can be said that the conditions haven’t been extensively favourable to the pacers, which ultimately leads to such figures. however, with pacers like Umran Malik warming the bench, it always becomes a demanding task to remain intact in the playing11.
IND vs WI 4th T20I Strongest Playing11 for India & West Indies
India’s Playing11: Ishan Kishan/Yashasvi Jaiswal, Shubman Gill, Suryakumar Yadav, Tilak Varma, Sanju Samson (wk), Hardik Pandya (c), Axar Patel, Kuldeep Yadav, Arshdeep Singh, Yuzvendra Chahal, Mukesh Kumar/Umran Malik.
West Indies Playing11: Brandon King, Johnson Charles, Kyle Mayers, Nicholas Pooran (wk), Shimron Hetmyer, Romario Shepherd, Rovman Powell (c), Roston Chase, Alzarri Joseph, Akeal Hosein, Obed McCoy
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