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IND vs WI 2nd T20 Dream11 Prediction Possible 11 Pitch Report

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The West Indies surprised one and all by their exceptional bowling performance while defending a modest total of 150. They won the game by four runs in a close encounter to take an early lead in the series. While the batters failed to put on a collective show, the bowlers, apart from Alzarri Joseph, bowled well in tandem.

Meanwhile, this defeat must have been an eye-opener for India, who were firm favourites to win the contest. The batters lost their wickets at the wrong time, which derailed their chase. However, the team management would be pleased with the bowling show.

IND vs WI 2nd T20 Possible Playing XIs

The West Indies are likely to retain the XI that took them to victory in the first rubber.

West Indies: 1. Brandon King, 2. Kyle Mayers, 3. Johnson Charles, 4. Nicholas Pooran (wk), 5. Shimron Hetmyer, 6. Rovman Powell (c), 7. Jason Holder, 8. Romario Shepherd, 9. Akeal Hosein, 10. Obed McCoy, 11. Alzarri Joseph

India might give the same players another go despite losing the previous one.

India: 1. Shubman Gill, 2. Ishan Kishan (wk), 3. Suryakumar Yadav, 4. Tilak Varma, 5. Sanju Samson, 6. Hardik Pandya (c), 7. Axar Patel, 8. Kuldeep Yadav, 9. Arshdeep Singh, 10. Yuzvendra Chahal, 11. Mukesh Kumar

IND vs WI 2nd T20 Dream11 Prediction – Key Players to Watch/Key Stats

West Indies:

  • Kyle Mayers has been in terrible form of late. However, he is a dangerous player who can unleash his beast mode anytime. His bowling is a bonus. Mayers will be eager to bounce back strongly.
  • Brandon King looked in fine touch in the previous match. He has 430 runs at an average of 43 and a strike rate of 149.82 at Guyana in T20s. King will look to extend his record.
  • Nicholas Pooran has been in fabulous form with the willow this year. In the last match, the southpaw made 41 runs with the help of two boundaries and as many sixes, soon after his brilliant 137 in the MLC 2023 Final.
  • Shimron Hetmyer failed to make a mark in the last game. However, his batting prowess in the T20 format is known by one and all. A good knock might just be around the corner.
  • Jason Holder won Man of the Match award in the previous rubber for his brilliant bowling display in the last game. He snared two wickets while conceding only 19 runs. He can also contribute with the willow.
  • Obed McCoy has 11 wickets at an average of 18.36 and a strike rate of 12 against India in T20Is. In the last game, he took two wickets as well.

India:

  • Shubman Gill had a rare T20 failure last game. However, his form in the shorter format has been exceptional. Expect a fine knock again.
  • Suryakumar Yadav has scored 263 runs at an average of 37.57 and a strike rate of 168.58 against the West Indies in T20Is. He has a balls-per-boundary ratio of 4.10 against them.
  • Tilak Varma showcased his supreme talent on his debut in the previous game. He smashed 39 runs with the help of two boundaries and three maximums.
  • Hardik Pandya is one of the best all-rounders in the white-ball format at the moment. However, his batting form has been an issue in T20Is lately. Pandya will look to improve on that aspect. His bowling will also fetch a few points.
  • Arshdeep Singh has nine wickets at a strike rate of 14.11 and an economy rate of 6.80 against the West Indies. He will look to add more to his tally.
  • Yuzvendra Chahal bowled brilliantly in his first game of the tour, picking up two wickets in three overs. He is a quality T20I bowler and will hope to continue the fine work.

Other Stats and Facts

  • Head-to-head in T20Is: Matches 26, India 17, West Indies 8, NR 1.
  • Hardik Pandya vs Jason Holder in T20s: 31 runs, 28 balls, 110.71 SR & 4 dismissals. Holder also dismissed the Indian captain in the last game.
  • Nicholas Pooran in T20s at Guyana: 432 runs, 54 avg, 175.60 SR & 5 fifties.
  • Jason Holder vs Axar Patel in T20s: 12 runs, 15 balls, 80 SR & 3 dismissals.
  • Kuldeep Yadav needs 3 more wickets to complete 50 T20I wickets.

Providence Stadium, Guyana, Pitch Report and Weather

The average first innings score at Providence Stadium in the last three years is 156. The pacers have scalped only 48.09% of the wickets, meaning the spinners will have a huge say.

The temperature will be around 30°C, with some chances of rain.

IND vs WI 2nd T20 Dream11 Prediction Today Match 6 August 2023

Note: The below teams are not based on the final playing XIs. We may not be able to update these in time. Use the stats and commentary in this article, as well as your own instincts, to create your teams.

Option 1:

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Option 2:

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IND vs WI 2nd T20 Match Prediction – Who will win?

The West Indies surprised one and all with their superior bowling show. However, India are a strong unit and will be raring to bounce back. India to win the game.

Darpan Jain
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Darpan Jain is a passionate cricket fan and writer based in India. He specialises in fantasy cricket tips, particularly Dream11 prediction articles, as well as news and opinion articles. If there is anything to be written on stats and matchups, Darpan is on it. You can connect with Darpan on X (formerly Twitter), at: https://x.com/darpanjain103

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