India Vs West Indies 2nd T20: India Look Forward To Carry Forward Winning Momentum, LIVE Updates Here

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The second T20 contest between India and West Indies will be underway on 4 August, as both teams lock horns on the second consecutive day of India's tour of West Indies. India picked up a victory in the first game, which was a low-scoring contest and will be looking forward to carrying the winning momentum to the next game as well.

Written By Koushik Narayanan | Mumbai | Updated On:

The second T20 contest between India and West Indies will be underway on 4 August, as both teams lock horns on the second consecutive day of India's tour of West Indies. India picked up a victory in the first game, which was a low-scoring contest and will be looking forward to carrying the winning momentum to the next game as well.
Update at 00.05
2 months ago

India win the second T20I by 22 runs via the DLS method. Win the three-match T20I series 2-0.

Update at 22:33
2 months ago

West Indies are 22 runs behind as per DLS par score.

Update at 22:33
2 months ago

West Indies are 22 runs behind as per DLS par score.

Update at 23:19
2 months ago

The play has been delayed due to rain. Stay tuned for further updates. 

2 months ago

Pandya picks up another one and this time, its Rowman Powell.

West Indies are 89/4

Update at 22:57
2 months ago

Krunal Pandya scalps the dangerous Nicholas Pooran. 

Windies are 83/3.

Update at 22:39
2 months ago

India gunning for quick wickets. Windies are 62/2 at the halfway mark

Update at 22.06
2 months ago

Washington Sundar carries from his performance in first match, scalps Sunil Narine. West Indies 8/2 after 3 overs.

Update at 21.59
2 months ago

Bhuvneshwar Kumar strikes early, takes a fine catch off his own bowling. West Indies 2/1 after 1.2 overs.

Update at 21.46
2 months ago

Krunal Pandya and Ravindra Jadeja wreak havoc in the last over, score 20 runs. India finish the innings at 167/5 in 20 overs.

Update at 21.35
2 months ago

Cottrell gets his second, Manish Pandey dismissed for just 6. India 143/5 in 18.3 overs. 

Update at 21.23
2 months ago

Virat Kohli gives Sheldon Cottrell a reason for the salute. Captain dismissed by the pacer to leave India 132/4 in 16.2 overs.

Update at 21.20
2 months ago

Rishabh Pant fails to make an impact again. Thomas gets another one. India 126/3 after 15.1 overs.

Update at 21.15
2 months ago

Rohit Sharma departs for a well-made 67 off 51 balls. Oshane Thomas gets his scalp. India 117/2 in 13.4 overs.

Update at 21.05
2 months ago

Rohit Sharma scores his 17th T20I 50. India 85/1 in 10.4 overs.

Update at 20.40
2 months ago

Dhawan dismissed for 23 by Kemo Paul. India lose first wicket, 67/1 after 7.5 overs.

Update at 20.35
2 months ago

Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan put on 50 runs for the opening wicket in 6 overs.

Update at 20.27
2 months ago

India off to a flier. After 5 overs, India are 39/0

Update at 20.00
2 months ago

India win the toss and elect to bat. Here are the playing XI.

 

Update at 17:48
2 months ago

Debutant Navdeep Saini has made an impressive start to his international career. His senior  Bhuvneshwar Kumar is full of praises for him.

 

2nd T20: A preview
2 months ago

India managed to secure a four-wicket victory over West Indies in the opening game at Florida, Miami, which turned out to be a low-scoring game. Batsmen from both the sides struggled to get the ball to the boundary as the conditions of pitch favoured the bowlers. 

A tough game amid testing conditions

West Indies managed to set a 96-run target for the Men in Blue amid the brutal pace attack from India. Debutant Navdeep Saini impressed everyone with impeccable figures of 3-17, halting the West Indies onslaught. The pitch, too, was very slow, not allowing the batsman to capitalize and keep the scoreboard ticking. Ultimately, the West Indies finished their innings on a dull note, with Kieron Pollard top-scored for the side with 49 runs. 

The Indians lost opener Shikhar Dhawan at the beginning of the chase, following which skipper Virat Kohli and vice-skipper Rohit Sharma took the game forward. However, no one batsman could settle himself as the conditions were unforgiving. The Men in Blue managed to chase down the target with over two overs to spare and finished their innings at 98-6. 

Navdeep Saini was adjudged Man of the Match for his economical spell of just 17 runs with three wickets from his four-over spell. 

Pitch condition for the second game

The second T20I is scheduled to take place in the same stadium (Central Broward Regional Park Stadium Turf Ground, Lauderhill, Florida ) on 4 August. The pitch conditions are expected to remain more or less the same with more chances of a slower pitch. This means yet another low scoring contest awaits the fans, a one similar to the first match. Despite forecasts of rains, the game was completed as per schedule without interruption.   

Weather Update

Showers with heavy thunderstorms are predicted for the game. However, the rain did not play spoilsport in the previous game despite earlier predictions of the same. The maximum and minimum temperature is forecasted to be at 31-degree Celcius and 26-degree Celcius respectively.  

 

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