Overview of the Latest Cricket Matches in India

Overview of the Latest Cricket Matches in India

Cricket has been around for several hundred years, and more and more people are taking part in this collective sport of ball and bat. Usually, two teams of eleven players stand on an oval field. When the ball is in play, one point is scored for each position exchange of these two players. The second team must prevent the first from scoring, by eliminating the opposing drummers, and by disabling the wicket with the ball on the pitch. The Cricket World Cup includes more than 100 countries, and by its history, it is in the nations of the former British Empire that cricket is the most popular, such as India.

Let us then review the last matches that took place in the country.

India vs. the West Indies: a back-and-forth effect for the 1st T20I

It must be said that the weather was not there, canceling the match even before its launch and the last one also seems to be threatened. Hyderabad has only hosted one T20I in its history.

After winning six of their last six matches against the Caribbean world champions, India is close to recovering the first place. In fact, in 2019, the Men in Blue took the lead in four games in an admirable way. By winning seven of the 13 T20Is, we can admit that the Men in Blue were in good shape this year. However, player Manish Pandey has behaved in a rather disparate way internationally, and we hope he is ready to find a better place against the West Indies next Friday. The Karnataka batsman has increased his score by more than 50 points since last year, with a total of 336 points in 10 games with the T20.

With the field conditions offered in Hyderabad, Deepak Chahar will seek to put all his cylinders to work and maintain the brilliant start of his nascent international career. Virat Kohli took the best figures in the history of the T20I with a 6/27 against Bangladesh. He will position himself in the advantage of Chahar to destabilize Windies’ drummers by creating an inconsistent alignment.

India faces the West Indies on Dec. 13: Possible chances for the first ODI

The weather conditions (including dew) at Chepauk make many drummers enjoy this place, although this affects the decision-making process of the winning captain. With an excellent average ODI score per set, India scored over 200 points in five of these six ODIs (which is played at the Chepauk itself), and everything indicates that the trend should continue as the Men in Blue maintain a depth of their batting strength. This year’s top Batsman is undoubtedly Virat Kohli, with 1288 ODI races in 22 races. As he is not only the top scorer against the West Indies, Kohli has increased his scoreboard by more than 19 50 points and nine centuries against the Calypso Kings team. This threat from the Indian skipper will be present for the Wets ODIs this weekend.

Despite good firepower in their striking ranks, the Caribbean team failed to make a statement with the bat for the year 2019. But there was an exception with Shai Hope, who accumulated more than 1,000 ODI ran in one year and arrived in India with a fabulous average of 95.80, making him the second-best of 198 drummers who have collected more than 250 ODI runs in India.

Wounded, Bhuvneshwar Kumar is now out of India vs. West Indies ODI series, and Jasprit Bumrah is on his way back. Mohammed Shami will spearhead the bowling attack against the Calypso Kings. Mohammed Shami, with 17 box offices in eight games against Windies, is likely to finish top of the ODI ranking in 2019 for the Indian games against the West Indies.

The Windies bowlers were not glorious in 2019, with a weak economic rate (5.94) in OISE. Among them, Sheldon Cottrell leads the bowlers’ standings and will be the pivot of the Calypso Kings to put the Indian drummers in default in Chennai.