On the 31st of March 2016, all Indian eyes and a couple eyes over the world will be stuck to the game of cricket, as India will play host toward the West Indies in the second elimination round of the ICC World T20 2016, at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. India will be playing their third elimination round, while the West Indies will fight it out in their fourth elimination round.
India are on high spirits in the wake of beating a solid Australian side amid their last should win gather experience. In the wake of being requested that bowl first by adversary captain Steve Smith, India did great to confine Australia to 160, in the wake of going on a calfskin chase amid the underlying powerplay overs which yielded 59 runs. Given an objective of 161, Virat Kohli did what he specializes in, and tied down the pursuit with a gigantic thump of 82* with 9 fours and 2 sixes to lead India to a well known triumph, whilst setting the online networking ablaze with his psyche boggling thump.
The ‘Men in Blue’ enlisted an exciting 6-wicket triumph over the strong Australians in the last Group 2 match of the ICC World T20 at the IS Bindra Punjab Cricket Association Stadium in Mohali on Sunday. In the wake of being mortified by the Kiwis, Team India battled back splendidly to enroll three continuous triumphs over Pakistan, Bangladesh and Australia in the last three Group stage apparatuses to settle a semi-last date with West Indies at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on 31 March.
West Indies vs India Prediction Who Will Win 31st March 2016
West Indies Will Win
Chris Gayle is resolved to get the World Twenty20 spotlight once again from in-structure Virat Kohli when the West Indies and India conflict in a delectable semi-last in Mumbai on Thursday. The dangerous opener crushed an unbeaten century, which included 11 sixes, in the West Indies` opening win against England however has just batted once since, making only four.
Kohli has been the star of the competition as such, expertly controlling India through the gathering stages with a half-century against Pakistan and 82 not out in a crunch win over Australia With the level wicket at Mumbai`s Wankhede Stadium a fantasy for batsmen, the last-four standoff between the hosts and 2012 champions is set to be a clash of the huge hitters.
If fortunes somehow happened to have anything to discuss, India may once more have the high ground. In any case, Chris Gayle scored up his first century of the competition on this very ground. The Indian openers are expected as well, with neither Rohit nor Dhawan indenting up huge scores all through the competition. Once more, it guarantees to be a run-feast.
It will likewise be intriguing to see India’s strategies with regards to group determination, with southpaw Yuvraj SIngh being sidelined with a lower leg harm. With Manish Pandey being brought in as spread, who will fill the void? Will it be a real batsman, or will India run in with an all-rounder if Yuvraj is regarded unfit? In what manner will the powerful Windies respond? It will enthusiasm to see.