IND vs ENG Stats Preview 4th T20I India vs England
IND vs ENG Stats :India will face off England in the fourth T20I match in Ahmedabad on Thursday, 18 March. They’re trailing by 2-1 in the series and will eye to level the series before the final T20I match. On the other side, England who are 2-1 will look to seal the series with yet another good performance.
IND vs ENG Stats Preview
Team India’s batting performance has been abysmal while batting first as two times they batted first and both times their top order collapsed. Opener KL Rahul has looked clueless against pace while the likes of Rohit Sharma, Rishabh Pant, Shreyas Iyer and Hardik Pandya too didn’t do much and captain Kohli who is back in form needs to continue his good form and in bowling pacers need to strike in the powerplay and Yuzvendra Chahal needs to work on his line length. On the other side, England’s pacers have been good especially Mark Wood who played major role in England’s two wins and spinner Rashid too is doing well and in batting their top order is in fine form and they’re playing like they have been doing for the past three years in this format.
India vs England Statistical Preview of the Fourth T20I
A list of all the major stats and records ahead of the Fourth T20I between India and England in Ahmedabad –
Head to Head in T20I Cricket : India and England have played 17 T20I matches.
IND vs ENG in T20I format :
Matches – 17
IND won – 9
ENG won – 8
9000 – Rohit Sharma is 11 runs away from completing 9000 runs in T20 Cricket. He will become the second Indian and overall ninth player to achieve this milestone.
50 – If Jonny Bairstow plays it will be his 50th T20I match of career. He has 1018 runs in 49 T20I matches with 6 fifties.
3 – Opener KL Rahul has bagged three ducks in his last four T20I innings and in remaining one innings he got out for one run and two of the ducks came in the last two matches.
42.20 – Adil Rashid has taken only 5 wickets at 42.20 in 9 T20I matches against India.
43.60 – Yuzvendra Chahal’s bowling average in T20Is since January 2020. He has taken 10 wickets at an avg of 43.60 and at an economy rate of 9.27 in 12 T20I matches since then.