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It could not have been any better for the advertisement of cricket. West Indies looked down and out in the second T20I against England and then came within touching distance of a win. England may have won the second match to level the series, but they would know that they escaped from what could have been a very embarrassing loss.
The first two games have set the rest of the series hanging in perfect balance. Both England and West Indies have had their fair share of mistakes and moments of brilliance and it's time both these sides would want to settle. The third match will be a perfect opportunity for both these sides to exert dominance over each other and we expect them both to come out hard at each other.
The match between the two sides is to be played at the Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados on 27th January 2021 at 1:30 AM IST.
England are undoubtedly one of the best sides in the format of the game and even though they have been far from their best, they have done just enough to challenge West Indies. They walked into the series as firm favorites and are yet to reach their peak potential. We saw a few glimpses of their batsmen doing what they are capable of in the last match, but they will want to do a bit better.
England are missing a few of their regular players, but that isn't really going to make a difference if this England side is able to hit its top gear. The likes of Moeen Ali, Jason Roy, and Liam Livingstone are more than capable of taking down any team on its day. Having said that, they have struggled to get at terms with the conditions so far and will need to adjust accordingly in the next match. If they are able to do that, they will be firm favorites to emerge on top in this upcoming match.
Brandon King, Shai Hope, Nicholas Pooran, Darren Bravo, Rovman Powell, Jason Holder, F Allen, Romario Shepherd, Akeal Hosein, Kieron Pollard, Sheldon Cottrell.
West Indies may have been on the receiving end in the last match but they would be pretty happy with the way they fought. The score-line just reflects a narrow win but does not truly reflect how they got there. They were down and out at one stage and had it not been for a ninth-wicket stand between Akeal Hosein and Romario Shepherd, West Indies would have lost the match by a massive margin.
The hosts are coming off two contrasting performances in the two matches and they have plenty to chew over going into this upcoming match. Their bowling and all-rounders have contributed well, but they would still want their mainstream batsmen to perform. They have a very capable side on paper, a side that can hit sixes and pick wickets for fun. If they are able to play to their potential, getting past them will be very difficult.
Jason Roy, Tom Banton, James Vince, Moeen Ali, Liam Livingstone, Harry Brook, Philip Salt, George Garton, AU Rashid, Tymal Mills, Reece Topley.
This series has swung to and fro so far, but that has given a chance to them go back and introspect about the mistakes they have made. Batting has been Achilles' Heel for both sides and they both would want to do a lot better in this upcoming contest. On paper and form, the two sides seem evenly matched and picking between the two is hard. West Indies have the home advantage here and that can be a massive factor. Considering that, the other factors stated above, and the returns they have on their win, betting on a West Indies win is the way to go here in the 3rd T20I of the series.
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