IN-A vs WI-A Dream11 Team Prediction: India A will look to wrap up the series with a win after slumping to a 5-run defeat in the fourth match.
West Indies A finally had something to cheer about as the home side went onto register their first win in four matches after conceding the series to India after losing three consecutive matches. In what was arguably the most enthralling encounter of the series, one that finally reveled us in a sublime and graceful brand of cricket.
The edge of the seat thriller saw the match go right down to the final over as India scripted a profound comeback in their pursuit of West Indies’ 298-9. Losing a flurry of wickets early on after the entire top-order failed to make the small starts they were getting count towards the larger scheme of things. Sitting at a perilous 127-5 in the 26th over, the visitors looked well out of the match before their depth in the batting unit prevailed to see the side make life extremely difficult for West Indies.
From a position of complete dominance, the homes side looked to be in fear of losing the encounter as Axar Patel (81*) and Washington Sundar (45) saw India A make a meal of the match. Subsequently though, their misdemeanour of losing wickets at regular intervals saw the side fall short by the smallest of margins as they were restricted to 293-9.
IN-A vs WI-A Dream11 Team Prediction
Wicket-Keeper for IN-A vs WI-A Dream11
Putting on a 73 run stand for the first wicket, Devon Thomas played a crucial role in setting up the foundation for a healthy total for his side to see him earn a place in our Dream 11 side for the day.
A glorious day ! as Deepak,Rahul Chahar & Khaleel Ahmed are selected in the Indian T20 squad for the upcoming Windies tour. #Rajasthan #Cricket embarks on a golden era,as these lads score a hat trick in representing their home state in the Indian team at the international arena. pic.twitter.com/Y1vrQSx54B
— Om Prakash (Om ji ) Mathur (@OmMathur_bjp) July 21, 2019
Batsmen for IN-A vs WI-A Dream11
We expect the partnership of Ruturaj Gaikwad and Shubman Gill to be reinstated at the top after Gill was kept out for the lat encounter. The two put on a 151 run stand in the second ODI and can score runs again today against a West Indies bowling unit which is inconsistent at best.
Hanuma Vihari also comes in from India A while we have also opted for Manish Pandey after the player was recently included in India’s main squad for their visit of West Indies starting August. He should play this match as well as the team look to make him as aware of the conditions prevalent as possible.
All-rounders for IN-A vs WI-A Dream11
Axar Patel’s 81 and his spin sees him come into our team along with Krunal Pandya. Our main reasons for selecting the two were due to the spin which they’ll be providing to the side and with West Indies having shown that they have no technique in playing the turning ball, these two will pick up wickets. Raymon Reifer comes in from West Indies to wrap up this three man segment of our Dream 11 outfit.
Bowlers for IN-A vs WI-A Dream11
With India A for the first time showing that they are prone to collapsing when put under pressure with West Indies for once hitting the right areas on the pitch and getting the ball to ominously deviate, we have a duo from West Indies come in for us in the form of Romario Shepherd and Khary Pierre. From India its pacer Khaleel Ahmed who completes our team.