India-Windies Fifth ODI Tomorrow, Team India’s Sixth Consecutive Home Series Win
- Indian team is ahead in five-match series 2-1, The third one was tied.
- Virat is the top run-scorer, Rohit is at number two.
Thiruvananthapuram: The last match of the five-match one-day series between India and West Indies will be played in Thiruvananthapuram on Thursday. Team India is ahead in the series 2-1. If the team wins this match, then they will be able to take hold of the sixth series on the home ground. The third one-day series was a tie. If the team gets defeated then the series will be equal to 2-2.
Team India home unbeatable from last three years: Indian team has not lost any ODI series for the last three years. For the last time, South Africa defeated 3-2 in the ODI series in 2015.
India won 4-1 in 2011: The West Indies are playing five-match series after seven years on Indian soil. The last time the five-match series between the two teams was played in 2011. Then Team India won the series 4-1.
After this two series of three matches were played between the two. Team India had won 2-1 in both of them. West Indies did not win any series in India after 2006, while India had defeated the West Indies 3-1 in the same country last year.
Kohli scored 420 runs at an average of 140: Team India captain #Virat Kohli has scored 420 runs in the series with the help of three centuries so far. His average is 140 and the strike rate is 113. Opener #Rohit Sharma has scored 326 runs with two centuries. He is second in this case.
The West Indies’s Hetmyer has scored 250 runs with a century and a half century. He is third in the case of making the most runs. West Indies’ Shai Hope (250) and Ambati Rayudu (217) are at number five. Apart from this, nobody could touch the figure 200 runs.
Tickets for three crore rupees so far this match: The team reached Thiruvananthapuram on Tuesday. Kerala #Cricket Association officials believe that all the tickets will be sold before the match in a stadium with more than 45,000 capacity. About 3 crores tickets have been sold.
BCCI shares a picture of Indian team players at the Mumbai airport, sharing on Twitter – Some players are playing very well-known multiplayer games? Can anyone tell which game this is? Most fans tweeted – this is a PUBG.
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