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India has managed to remain unbeaten on its tour to the West Indies 2019 with a victory in the second ODI as well. Since the first ODI was lost, the series is still alive and West Indies has a chance to be able to equalize the series with a win in the third and final ODI.
The task ahead of the home team is not easy. India is at its best in 50 over cricket and its players are relentlessly consistent. Nothing but a victory is going to be on Virat Kohli’s mind for this match either.
West Indies vs India 3rd ODI 2019 is going to be played at Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad on the 14th of August 2019.
A poor bowling performance from the West Indies and then the batsmen throwing their wickets after getting set were responsible for them losing the first match to India. Neither of these things surprised us, to be honest.
The West Indian bowling is not of the highest quality and they were unable to maintain their discipline against a highly motivated Virat Kohli. Sheldon Cottrell started well with an early wicket but Kemar Roach and Oshane Thomas could not back that up.
It was Roston Chase and Carlos Brathwaite, the two all-rounders that were able to put some breaks on the scoring otherwise India could have reached a total of well above 300.
279 is not something that should intimidate teams in this day and age especially with the long batting lineup that West Indies has. Unfortunately for them, Chris Gayle is a shadow of himself at this point and the other batsmen also did not make the most of their starts.
Evin Lewis continued his good form to score 65, Shai Hope failed, Hetmyer and Pooran scored some runs but not enough to make a difference, and the all-rounders were left with too much to do.
The West Indies don’t need to make too many changes ahead of the next match but just do their basics a bit better. We think they may end up swapping out Oshane Thomas for Fabien Allen in the last match to give themselves another spin option while further adding a very good all-rounder to the side.
Chris Gayle, Evin Lewis, Shai Hope, Shimron Hetmyer, Nicholas Pooran, Roston Chase, Jason Holder, Carlos Brathwaite, F Allen, Kemar Roach, Keemo Paul.
It is not too often that India’s top-3 fail together because one of them always ends up getting the job done. It was Virat Kohli in the previous match, who looked in superb touch and helped India to a winning total.
His 120 was flawless and almost inevitable since the moment he walked in. We would not be surprised if Rohit Sharma turned up in the next game or maybe Shikhar Dhawan hits form. The biggest positive, though, for India was not Virat Kohli’s form but Shreyas Iyer starting with a confident 71 on his comeback.
He batted at number 5, below Rishab Pant, which does not seem like a long-term arrangement to us but one that the team management may want to continue with for one more match. The idea may be to give Rishab Pant a fair shot at number 4. Hopefully, Shreyas Iyer can bat 4 and Pant move to 5, where he is going to be much more effective.
India played Kedar Jadhav at number 6 and may want to give Manish Pandey a chance in this match. We would not mind seeing Pandey at 5 either followed by Pant at 6 but that may not happen.
We are certain that Navdeep Saini is going to get a go in the side, perhaps in place of Bhuvaneshwar Kumar.
This ODI series and this entire tour is being seen as a foregone conclusion by the Indian side. They know that they are going to have play extremely badly to lose against the West Indies in the longer formats of the game and this is why player development is the goal.
Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, V Kohli, RR Pant, Shreyas Iyer, Kedar Jadhav, Ravindra Jadeja, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mohammed Shami, YS Chahal, Khaleel Ahmed.
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West Indies vs India is going to be played at the Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad. The weather forecast for the match is not as good as it was for the second ODI. There are 30% chances of rain and thunderstorm affecting the match one hour after the start. The forecast does improve for the second half of the day so we may be able to see a truncated result.
The pitch in Port of Spain was flat and good for batting. If anything, it was lacking in pace and made getting the big hits difficult as the ball got older. The same can be expected for the third match.
Dream11 prediction for West Indies vs India 3rd ODI 2019 is a bit tricky to make. Not only is India expected to make some changes and give its bench some playing time but rain is also expected to affect the match. We will be updating our Dream11 team for West Indies vs India on twitter so make sure you are following @cricketbettings for the latest updates!
Wicketkeeper: Shai Hope and Nicholas Pooran are easy options from this category. both of them are the premier ODI batsmen for the West Indies and bat in the top-order as well.
Batsmen: We have gone with Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, and Chris Gayle as our three batsmen. Kohli and Sharma are the best two ODI players in the world and it never seems to be too long before they rack up more centuries. This ODI could be the final one for Chris Gayle and we would not put it beyond him to go out with a bang.
All-rounders: Roston Chase, Jason Holder, and Carlos Brathwaite are the three all-rounders we like for this match. All of them are going to play pivotal roles in the batting and bowling departments.
Bowlers: Sheldon Cottrell has a happy knack of picking up early wickets while Mohammad Shami and Khaleel Ahmed were quite impressive in the previous match. We may end up adding a bowler instead of an all-rounder if the conditions dictate it.
Captain and Vice-Captain: We have chosen Rohit Sharma as the captain and Virat Kohli as the vice-captain for this match.
India is a very strong ODI side and even if it makes a number of changes for the third ODI, it will remain for stronger than the best eleven that the West Indies can put on the park. We think India will win this match with ease and remain unbeaten on this tour.
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