Britain and West Indies meet at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, India, on Wednesday in the opening apparatus in Group 1 of the Super 10 phase of the ICC World Twenty20. The two groups both previous victors of the opposition—have confronted each other 12 times in the most limited organization. the men from the Caribbean have won eight of those gatherings.
In what ought to be an entrancing fight between two groups who have beforehand lifted the ICC World T20, England and West Indies crash at the high-scoring Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. The real challenge which could extremely well decide the result will be the go head to head between an unpracticed English crease assault and the hard-hitting West Indies batsmen. Sri Lanka, South Africa and Afghanistan, who came through first-round qualifying to the detriment of Zimbabwe, are alternate countries in the pool.
After a baffling warm-up against hosts India, West Indies bounced back rapidly with a last-heave triumph over the Australians. Darren Sammy drove the route with a 28-ball 50 and he was capably bolstered via Carlos Brathwaite and Andre Rusell. Trevor Bayliss, the England Coach, would have taken a gander at the sterling rebound from the Caribbean lower-arrange and planned his procedures in like manner.
England vs West Indies 15th Match Prediction 16th March 2016
England Will Win
Britain against West Indies could be a fun approach to start what looks, on paper at any rate, to be the weaker of the two gatherings (alternate contains Australia, Bangladesh, India, New Zealand and Pakistan). Both groups look equipped for scoring enormous runs. Both groups bat profound. Both groups can likewise go from the great to the silly, all in the space of one 20-over innings.
Eoin Morgan’s England are a touch of an obscure bundle. They need experience of playing in India, per Gideon Brooks of the Express, just five of the 16-man squad have ever played a universal match there. Be that as it may, they don’t need for ability, as appeared in their six-wicket win over New Zealand in a warm-up installation on Saturday. West Indies, in the interim, are not shy of choices themselves.
Their arrangements have included warm-up installations against India and Australia. They were soundly beaten by the previous on Thursday, yet ricocheted back with a three-wicket win over the last on Sunday. Having walked around with his group stuck in an unfortunate situation at 49 for five against the Australians, commander Darren Sammy made an unbeaten 50 from 28 conveyances to see his side home with one ball to save in Kolkata, India.