India vs West Indies: India will look to seal series in second T20


India vs West Indies: Spectators will wish for better pitch and high scoring games

After a dominating performance in the first T20, India will look to seal the series in the second T20 at Florida. The tacky pitch was good enough for Indian bowlers to make it a walk in the park for their batsman. 96 runs were never tough for strong battling line-up of India. The spectators will however hope for the pitch to be dry so that they could see more fours and sixes in India vs West Indies clash.

There is no clarity on the pitch for second match India vs West Indies

There is no clarity on the pitch which will be used for the second match. It is speculated that the same pitch will be used as the ground staffs won’t have enough time to prepare another pitch.  It is a rare sight that two matches in a bilateral series are being played in consecutive days. ICC must have taken weekend into account for as spectators will come in huge numbers.

India’s tactics of going with strong bowling team worked in the first match.  Navdeep Saini won the Man of the Match award on his debut match for India for his outstanding spell of 3-17 including wicket-maiden last over of the innings. Manish Pandey looked good in his small 19 runs innings but gave his wicket at the wrong time.

Eyes set on Risabh Pant on how he approaches his innings

Risabh Pant went for a six on the first ball against world’s finest T20 bowler Sunil Narine but was caught near the boundary Line. Eyes will be set on Risabh Pant on how he approaches his innings because yesterday’s shot brought lots of criticism. However, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli will be the key again for India tonight when they take on the West Inides.

Read More – World Cup 2019: Top 5 outstanding bowlers who ruled the tournament

If the pitch remains same, we will see another low scoring game. West Indies would want the asses the pitch better this time and bat accordingly.

Have a news story, an interesting write-up or simply a suggestion? Write to us at

Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments