Get ball by ball suspension India vs West Indies, West Indies vs India T20I Series, 5th T20I

10:30 AM interesting. Jason Holder takes the new ball. To my disappointment, Samson did not open. I’m Ishan Kishan and Shreyas Iyer. West Indies players and referees rode. I can never reiterate enough: Black lives matter

10.20 am Thanks his bed. Hello people. How are you’? Ten minutes to go to the start. Excited to see Sanju Samson unlock the roles.

Nandagopal: “It is heartening to see Ishan and Kuldeep get a game. Neither of them may be on board to Australia, but they are a real talent that should be part of the long-term plans”

Aghai: “A great team selection by India, giving a chance to all those who didn’t play.” – Having nightmares from my home team cricket days during school days. You only got a chance after eliminating our side. Enough of the jokes, here’s Sid Monga now for his first ten sums.

Kumar: “It is really unfortunate that Rohit has not shown any intention of taking Harshall into the team.” – Harshall traveled to the West Indies and the USA but was dealing with an injury. Question marks about his availability in the Asian Cup as well. The full report is here.

Shrivathsa: “I hope Kuldeep takes the chance and performs well. It might be one of his last chances”

Pratesh: “India has all kinds of spins that the game offers in today’s game”

Those of you in the United States can watch today’s match Live on ESPN +.

Fantasy cricket aficionados, Check out our recommended xibut consider who’s not playing in today’s game before calling your teams.

Eleventh India: Kishan, Samson, Shreyas, Hardik, Hoda, DK, Aksar, Afsh, Kuldeep, Bishnoi, Arshdeep.

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West Indies XI: Buran (c), Powell, Brooks, Paul, Thomas (Week), Drax, McCoy, Walsh, Hetmer, Holder, Smith (warning: not in order, but according to team sheet)

Virat: “This match may be the last chance for Shreyas Iyer to prove his strength, especially against a short ball..”

10 am Toss the time, Hardik and Boran in the middle. India wins the lottery, bats first.

Hardick: “The beating gets slower in the second half. We don’t feel like we’re playing in Miami but in some Indian cities. It’s great to come abroad and have that support. (The goal in the final) We talked to the boys that no matter what happens, we’ve set some standards for a team. Indian cricket so intensity and behavior remain the same. Four changes: all at rest, Rohit, Rishabh, Bhuveneshwar and Suryakumar come out.”

Buran: “I wanted him to hit first but that’s fine. You need to tie them down and try to chase him. Four changes: Myers, King, Joseph, Hussein won’t play. Brooks, Walsh, Smith and Paul are there. For us, we need to be better as a team, reduce errors and improve.” (Walsh Jr, why has he been left out so far?) We felt St Kitts was a small place. It’s nice to have him and Akeal on the team so we can use both spin options when needed.”

Rahul Oak: “It looks like Hardek is out for ejaculation.” — Immediately.

Gitto: “Archideep should be on the flight to Australia!!!” — you are right. At first I felt the Left Arm Tailor is great for versatility but it makes a cut even in skills! The pressure is on Deepak Shahar, Avish Khan and possibly Bhoveneshwar Kumar as well. Reckon Bumrah and Harshal Patel are sure on the journey below. Shami’s name will also be cast in it.

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Naveen: “McCoy is clearly my top player from the WI camp in this series. From the Indian camp I would say SKY, Arshdeep and Pant in that order.”

Nilesh Garg: “Sreshth I don’t really think the Indian administration is considering Shami in the scheme of things for t20WC.”

9.55 am Just five minutes to ejaculate. It’s really interesting that most of my comments are on the comments about the women’s final coming out later today. Could gold in the CWG change the face of women’s cricket in India? Harmanpreet Kaur believes in this wholeheartedly. Back to the men’s work, Here is a question for you fans Tell me about one player from India and West Indies who impressed you the most in these white ball matches?

9.50 am Mahesh: Any word from the weather world? – I don’t have a direct line with them, but I have a friendly person near the ground who tells me it’s sunny. Rain is expected today, but not during game time – only in the late afternoon. Let’s hope the prediction is correct.

Hrishi: “Hopefully we get some results today. I love watching these guys play” – if you don’t get cricket here, there’s always a CWG final in just over two hours where India plays Australia for the gold. Here is the construction bulletin for that competition in Birmingham.

Less than 30 minutes to throw, so let’s get the ball rolling on ESPNcricinfo’s cricket coverage. Yesterday’s competition It proved to be a one-sided affair with each of India’s top five taking a good hit in the middle and then both unit bowling players who auditioned for the unit bowling all over the place. As for the West Indies, they seemed to be slipping back into the kind of beating that their captain, Nicholas Buran, did not want. It was also a change of fortunes for two bowlers who were under the microscope through the series: Obed McCoy – who earned six against in his second T20I – went for 66 in four overs on Saturday, while Avish Khan impressed him. 2 for 17 established India’s victory rally. This is our analysis of Avesh’s efforts (And don’t forget to hear what he said in the included video about how mental conditioning coach Paddy Upton helped him.)

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Shashikant: “Before the match starts, one question? Whether SKY has cemented the opening slot. Or is it temporary until the Kuala Lumpur Report” – one has to think it’s temporary.

Aten: “Waiting for a flight to Istanbul from Nuremberg. The flight is 3 hours late. The silver lining? I can see the start of the match:-”

9:30 AM The series may be sealed, but with the big picture (AKA the T20 World Cup) only two months away, even dead rubber turns out to be a hit. Once again, we’re in Florida not necessarily sunny in the final of India’s Tour of the Americas. Shrishth Shah is here and Mr. Munja will be with us soon.

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