The dew makes the ball come on better under lights and Jos Buttler is pretty good against the spin as well.
The pitch is turning square in the first inning and will continue to do so in the second
India has lost three early wickets and the pitch is slow. A small total looks likely.
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The second T20 international between India and England saw the hosts pull out some more surprises. They are clearly using this series as a means to try and test out their combinations before the T20 World Cup and that is a great thing.
We could expect a few more changes in the third match as India continues to give its bench a chance. England was forced to make one change as Mark Wood was not fit to play and that made a big difference. The visitors could also be forced to change things to try and be competitive once more.
The result may have seen a bit one-sided in the end up but England pushed India on several occasions. With just one day’s gap between matches now, the teams will not have much time to change anything drastically. It is all about tactics and getting the best possible eleven on the field.
Taking a 2-1 lead in a five-match series is a huge advantage. Which team will end up in that position?
India vs England 3rd T20 2021 is going to be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad on the 16th of March 2021.
India pulled off a bit of surprise in its selection for the second T20 international as it gave a debut to two batsmen, Ishan Kishan and Suryakumar Yadav. That meant that Shikhar Dhawan and Axar Patel missed out.
The end result was a team that seemed much stronger in the batting department and capable in the bowling.
Now, India has to decide whether to keep on resting Rohit Sharma, its best T20 batsman, or give him a run so that the best possible combination can play. With two ducks in two matches, KL Rahul is the batsman that is most likely to miss out if Rohit does play.
India was lucky to have chased when the conditions were better but it is clear that the team is building up a batting lineup that can be aggressive in every single situation. Virat Kohli himself roared back into form with 73 from 49 deliveries and seemed to be playing like he usually does.
With Rishab Pant powering the spinners in the middle overs, India is closer to finding its best playing eleven.
There was an improvement in the bowling also. The biggest positive for India has to be the fact that Hardik Pandya is bowling regularly. It allowed India to play with just four bowlers and to lengthen its batting.
Panday was economical in the previous match but he can expect the English batsmen to target him in the next match. Maybe the return of Ravindra Jadeja can give India the opportunity to add another all-rounder in place of a pure batsman but that is not an option in this series.
Bhuvaneshwar Kumar, Yuzvendra Chahal, and Shardul Thakur were all very good and we think they should be able to keep their place for the next match. Unless India decides to experiment further that is.
Ishan Kishan, Rohit Sharma, Lokesh Rahul, V Kohli, RR Pant, Shreyas Iyer, Hardik Pandya, Washington Sundar, SN Thakur, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, YS Chahal.
England lost the toss and Eoin Morgan was quick to admit that batting first is a disadvantage in T20 cricket no matter where you are playing. The loss of Buttler to the first ball did not help matters but England would have been happy to see Jason Roy continue his good form.
He is a superb player that can win matches but he is not the most consistent. With two good innings in a row, we are both excited to see that he is in good form but wary that a lean run is around the corner.
The pitch did not suit the English batsmen and the big-hits at the end of the inning did not materialize. Most of the batsmen, though, did get in and get some sort of a score to their name. The experience of playing on a slow pitch would have been pretty useful to them.
England’s bowling lacked the teeth that it showed in the first match. Mark Wood was furiously fast in the first match but absent in the next and his replacement did not fare very well. Tom Curran bowled just two overs for 26 runs and was taken to the cleaners.
Chris Jordan also had a poor match and could not get his famed yorkers quite right. Sam Curran and Jofra Archer were the best bowlers while Adil Rashid picked up one wicket as well.
England may look to add Liam Livingstone to their team to add some six-hitting power or maybe give Reece Topley a run in place of one of the fast bowlers. Sam Billings is also an excellent option in the middle-order but there does not seem to be any room for him in the lineup at the moment.
Jason Roy, Jos Buttler, Dawid Malan, Jonny Bairstow, Eoin Morgan, BA Stokes, Sam Curran, Chris Jordan, Jofra Archer, AU Rashid, Mark Wood.
Winning the toss is a big advantage. Both the matches have been won by the team that won the toss and opted to field first. There is a bit of additional dew that comes down later in the match and makes it easier to bat for the chasing team. This is something that must be taken into consideration while placing your bets.
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The conditions at the Narendra Modi Stadium have been a bit on the slower side. The pitches have not been the high-scoring kinds that we were hoping for. The ball stops a bit and it is not easy to get big-hits regularly.
With just one day in between matches, the core of the surface is not going to change. If anything, it may end up getting a bit slower and offer more turn.
A score of around 175 seems to be very good batting first at the venue.
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India looked a lot stronger in the second match but the difference between the two teams is not that much. Both teams have a very strong batting lineup but we still believe England has more six-hitting power in its lineup.
In the type of conditions that the matches are being played, though, a lot of England’s advantages get neutralized. India has found a good team balance and with Virat Kohli in form, a possible return for Rohit Sharma, and the spinners having more of a say, India is the favorite to win this next match.
Bet on India to win.
We have two excellent options for you to consider here. For the first one, Chahal and Kumar are in great bowling form and with the wicket expected to take turn, they will both be more effective and we can see them getting one wicket each with ease.
For the second one, we think India is going to win on a surface that suits it more, and now that Virat Kohli is in good form, he should be able to smack one ball over the boundary for sure.
England’s batsmen just hit three sixes in the entire inning in the previous match. That is not normal for them and we expect a lot many more in this next match. India has also adopted a high-risk approach with a focus on scoring quickly. We think this is one bet that you have a very good chance of winning and doubling your money on.
We have seen at least one maiden over being bowled in both the matches so far! This bet has won us a lot of money and we think there is a very good chance of it coming through once more. The pitch in Ahmedabad can be difficult to start on and so an early wicket in the over is all that is going to take for a maiden to be bowled.
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