Author : A Smith | Created : 2022-07-01 06:19:00
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IND vs ENG t20 Dream11 Prediction for today's match
India, England and Australia are all set to clash in the group stages of World Cup 2019. The three teams will play against each other twice in the league stage, so there is every possibility that they may meet again if two of them make it through to the semi-finals. India has been in great form since their last three international series but England and Australia have also done well in their own ways. Here we take a look at how they stack up against each other ahead of the tournament:
Today is a big day for cricket fans. The India vs England match will be played today and you can watch it live on Sony Six or Hotstar app.
The two teams are going to play each other in the final of the 2020 ICC World Cup this evening at 8 pm IST (3:30 pm BST). The last time these two teams played against each other was in the 2019 World Cup semi-final where England defeated India by 9 runs. While India fought well in that match, they lost out on reaching the finals due to rain interruptions.
England has had an impressive run so far with eight wins from eight matches and have scored 559/6 against Sri Lanka in their only loss so far while India has won seven matches out of seven games with 519/2 being their highest score so far. The pressure will be on both sides but who would want it more? Do you think England will continue its winning streak when they face off against India again tonight? Or do you think Dhoni's men can spring another surprise?
England team news:
Joe Root will lead the side.
Jos Buttler will be England's vice-captain.
Steven Finn has been given a chance to prove his worth after recovering from injury, while Jofra Archer is back in contention after missing out on selection for England's last ODI series against Australia. Moeen Ali, Jonny Bairstow and Chris Woakes are all included as well having missed that series due to injury. The only notable absentee from this squad is Mark Wood who hasn't played for England since May because of a toe injury that required surgery and kept him out for five weeks before he was able to make his return in last week's T20 Blast Final against Lancashire Lightning where he took 1/38 off four overs including two maidens with no wides or no balls conceded by any bowler in the final which was won by Surrey Stars by 8 wickets with just 3 balls remaining!
The pitch at Old Trafford is expected to suit the batsmen. The surface has some grass on it, but it will not be easy for the bowlers. The pitch is expected to be slow and low, which should mean that both sides can score runs freely with their big hitters.
It looks like a perfect game for Shikhar Dhawan who likes playing in England where he averages 42.12 against England in Tests and ODIs combined since 2011 (excl IPL). His opening partner Rohit Sharma comes into this match after scoring a hundred in his last Test match against West Indies on seaming pitches at Visakhapatnam during India's tour of Australia earlier this year. He has had an average run of 43.25 against England in Tests and ODIs combined since 2011 (Suresh Raina hasn't played any Test matches against them yet).
If you are going with this combination then make sure that you have enough money left over to get your first choice bowler because there will not be much value available outside these three batsmen if we go by our analysis of their performance stats here at [our website].
Ind vs Eng Playing11:
India (IND): 1 Rohit Sharma, 2 Shikhar Dhawan, 3 Virat Kohli(c), 4 Suresh Raina, 5 MS Dhoni(w), 6 Hardik Pandya, 7 Kedar Jadhav, 8 Bhuvneshwar Kumar 9 Ashish Nehra 10 Jasprit Bumrah 11 Mohammed Shami England (ENG): 1 Jason Roy 2 Alex Hales 3 Joe Root 4 Eoin Morgan 5 Jonny Bairstow 6 Ben Stokes 7 Jos Buttler(w) 8 Chris Woakes 9 Adil Rashid 10 David Willey 11 Mark Wood
Virat Kohli (INR 29.8 million): Virat Kohli has been in great form for the past few months, and he will be looking to keep it going. The Indian skipper has been smashing runs left, right and centre in this tournament so far. He is also one of the most consistent players across formats that you can have on your side.
Shikhar Dhawan (INR 11.9 million): Shikhar Dhawan has scored big runs in T20 cricket over the years and is one of the best options available for India in this format too. He has scored an average of nearly 35 with a strike rate above 150 during his career so far which makes him an ideal option for those looking to go with a top order batsman as their captain choice here.
Jasprit Bumrah (INR 10 million): Jasprit Bumrah may not have enjoyed his time on field lately due to injury concerns but he remains one of India’s best death bowlers when fit enough to play which makes him an ideal pick if you are looking at someone who could do well with both bat and ball while also picking up wickets on their day off from bowling duties (if they get any).
Kedar Jadhav (INR 8 million): Kedar Jadhav had a good series against New Zealand recently where he showed good batting skills amongst other things making him one of India’s most reliable players at number six position inside top-order along with Rishabh Pant who also offers similar benefits along with being more economical as compared to Pant himself having more experience under his belt but still lacking behind some areas including fielding efficiency when compared wirh Pant who boasts better stats than him by far despite having played fewer matches than Jadhav since making debut last year."