Today, India vs England is the 2nd T20 game of the 3-match twenty20 series. You can watch live cricket match today online with the official broadcasters. The live streaming of IND vs ENG will be provided by Sony Six and SonyLIV.com.
India national cricket team won by 8 wickets against England in the first T20I game of the ongoing series. With today’s victory, the visitor will clinch the twenty-20 international series. The two teams will lock horns today at 10 pm IST at Sophia Gardens on Friday.
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The hosts weren’t able to catch up with the tourists in any of the cricketing department. England was outclassed both in bowling and batting departments. Kuldeep Yadav restricted opposition batsmen and then, KL Rahul scored an unbeaten ton.
It resulted in the men-in-blue getting a comfortable victory at the Old Trafford. The Indian captain will look forward to showing the fans one more dominant match against the English team on the tour. Team India is likely to play with the same playing XI (eleven) members. not disturbing the winning combination.
In the last game, opener Shikhar failed to score good runs. So, he is expected to deliver a better performance rectifying his mistake. The bowling lineup can be improved with discipline as they leaked runs early in the last encounter.
Coming to team England, the teammates would be desperate to bounce back and play up to their potential. It’s going to be a do-or-die match for them because if they lose this one, they will lose the T20I series to India. English opener Buttler was good at batting as he scored a half-century in the series opener.
Besides, Buttler, every other team member will be required to play consciously and especially learn to read the spinners. England spinner Rashid did a fair job, but Ali proved to be expensive. They need to be economical.
Curran won’t be playing today and has been ruled out of both ODI and T20 series due to left side strain. If England losses on Friday, it will slip down to number seven behind New Zealand, South Africa, and West Indies.
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