2nd t20 India vs west Indies tour and prediction information

After a hard-fought victory over the Windies, India look to seal a series win as they face the reigning World T20 Champions in the second T20 in Florida. The dampness in the pitch paved the way for a thrilling low-scoring encounter that saw Navdeep Saini revel with the ball in hand. While West Indies fight to keep the series alive, India might experiment with the Chahar brothers waiting on the sidelines with the T20 World Cup lingering on their minds. Here are a few tips to help you pick your Dream11 team for IND vs WI.
       West Indies:
John Campbell, Evin Lewis, Shimron Hetmyer, Nicholas Pooran, Kieron Pollard, Rovman Powell, Carlos Brathwaite, Keemo Paul, Sunil Narine, Sheldon Cottrell, Oshane Thomas, Anthony Bramble, Andre Russell, Khary Pierre.

India:Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, KL Rahul, Shreyas Iyer, Manish Pandey, Rishabh Pant, Krunal Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, Washington Sundar, Rahul Chahar, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Khaleel Ahmed, Deepak Chahar, Navdeep Saini
Playing XI Updates:
West Indies:
An extra spinner could be drafted in for Rovman Powell with the pitch on the slower side. Another option is promoting Sunil Narine to the top of the order which adds depth to the batting unit. The onus is on Shimron Hetmyer and Nicolas Pooran to provide the goods as Sheldon Cottrell continues to impress with the ball. Evin Lewis' record against India is note-worthy and could come off at the top of the order
India:
Although India would love a series win, a couple of changes could be made with an extra batsman in Shreyas Iyer or KL Rahil in line for a starting XI place. With the number of left-handers in the West Indian side, Ravindra Jadeja could make way for Iyer or Rahul while Deepak Chahar is another such candidate who could slot in for Navdeep Saini or Khaleel Ahmed. On a tough wicket, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma are key for the Indians against the fiery West Indians.
Possible XI: Rohit, Dhawan, Rahul, Kohli(C), Pandey, Pant(WK), Krunal, Sundar, Bhuvneshwar, Khaleel/Deepak Chahar and Saini
Pitch Report:
In spite of the small boundaries, another low-scoring game is on the cards with the pitch favouring the spinners. 130-140 should be par on this surface with the likes of Krunal Pandya and Sunil Narine bound to have a say on Sunday.

European t10 cricket League started (ECL)



 All teams

Squads

Catalunya Cricket Club

Nisar Ahmed, Yasir Ali, Malik Asghar, Ali Azam, Nadeem Hussain, Asim Javeed, Muhammad Khan, Saqib Latif, Muhammad Mughal, Hamza Nisar, Syed Rizvi, Kashif Shafi, Khurram Shahzad, Syed Sherazi, Rauf Zaman.

Cluj Cricket Club

Var Sukhpal Gill, Iftikhar Ahmed, Muhammad Ahmed, Alexandru Andrei Alex, Claudiu Burburuz, Arun Chandrasekaran, Claudiu Valentin Clau, Marius Daniel Danny, Raluca Diana Dia, Suresh Reddy Elluri, Pavel Florin, Raluca Gandi, George Gheorghe, Dragosh Gherasim, Amitoz Gill, Satbir Gill, Satbir Singh Gill, Sheraz Gondal, Ameer Hamza, Dharmendra Manani, Gaurav Mishra, Satwik Nadigotla, Gaurav Narad, Sivakumar Periyalwar, Marc Pillich Wright, Rajendra Pisal, Rajendra Arjun Pisal, Sukhkaran Sahi, Vasu Saini, Sukharan Sangha, Karthigai Selvan, Taranjeet Singh, Mohamed Thajudeen, Viorel Elisei Vio.

Dreux Cricket Club

Wahid Abdul, Sher Afridi, Safi Ahmadullah, Zahir Ammar, Muhammad Arif, Ijaz Bhatti, Muhammad Bhatti, Niaz Hamza, Afridi Ishaq, Naib Kamran, Ahmad Nabi, Rab Nawaz, Mohammad Nisar, Muhammad Noor, Gul Saeed, Mohammad Shahzeb, Afridi Yaseen, Gul Zahid.

JCC Brescia

Zain Ul Abdeen, Rehman Abdul, Hassan Ahmad, Fiaz Ahmed, Zahid Cheema, Muhammad Imran, Muhammad Iqbal, Muhammad Jafri, Sibtul Mirza, Shahrukh Nawaz, Hamza Saad, Bachittar Singh, Ali Usman, Harsha Warnakulasuriya, Champika Wass, Ali Zahid.

SG Findorff

Luqman Ahmad, Fakhar Ahmed, Farooq Amirie, Ahsan Ashraf, Shafqat Ashraf, Satar Darwesh, Aziz Dawodzy, Mohammad Jalil, Ammar Khalid, Iftikhar Khan, Israr Khan, Rashad Mehmood, Maroof Shah, Skander Shakar, Hamid Wardak.

St Petersburg Cricket Club

Zabiulla Akbar, Gaurav Bhati, Aleksandr Bogatyrev, Vijay Gautam, Sambhav Jain, Fizul Khan, Lalit, Dinesh Lalwani, Rashid Mukhkhamed, Aman Saxena, Akashdeep Singh, Anil Singh, Rinku Singh, Talwinder Singh, Hrishiraj Talukdar, Aleksandr Vasilev.

Svanholm Cricket Club

Saif Ahmad, Toqeer Ahmad, Said Alam, James Fenwick, Abdul Hashmi, Jonas Henriksen, Mads Henriksen, Zeeshan Khan, Eugene Moleon, Saud Munir, Shuain Rashid, Asad Shah, Hamid Shah, Zishan Shah, Atta Ullah

V.O.C. Rotterdam

Davey Cohen, Mohammad Durrani, Scott Edwards, Pierce Fletcher, Bobby hanif, Tizo Moorman, Max O’Dowd, Corey Rutgers, Ashiqullah Said, Jelte Schoonheim, Pieter Seelaar, Ramdas Upadhyaya, Dirk Van Baren, Maarten Van Ierschot, Sebastiaan Van lent.

Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh performance batting and bowling

Back time Sri Lanka performance are


1)n deckwell (c)  of Sri Lanka Runs 0
2)MD Gunthilaka-26
3) BOP Fernando -2
4)PBB Rajapaksa- 32
5)Jayasuriya-56
6)AK perera-7
7) MD Shanaka-86
8)de silva-28
9)A Dananjaya -9
10)MA Aponso-13

Bowling performance wickets

De silva -1, Ranjitha, 1, kumara 2 Dhanjaya 1

Bangladesh performance back time

1)Tamim Iqbal(c)-37
2)soumyasarkar- 13
3) Mohammed mithun-91
4)Mustafiqur Rahim -50
5)sabbir Rahman-31
6)Mosaddek Hossain-15

Bowler performance wickets
Rubel Hossain, 2 ,taskin Ahmed 1,mustafizur Rahman 1 soumyasarkar 2 Farhad Reza 1


Bangladesh tour of Sri Lanka at Colombo team and pitch conditions

Team 

Sri Lanka (probable) 1 Dimuth Karunaratne (capt), 2 Kusal Perera (wk), 3 Avishka Fernando, 4 Kusal Mendis, 5 Angelo Mathews, 6 Lahiru Thirimanne 6 Dhananjaya De Silva, 7 Thisara Perera, 8 Dasun Shanaka, 10 Nuwan Pradeep, 11 Lahiru Kumara
Bangladesh (probable) 1 Tamim Iqbal (capt), 2 Soumya Sarkar, 3 Mohammad Mithun, 4 Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), 5 Mahmudullah, 6 Sabbir Rahman, 7 Mossadek Hossain 8 Mehidy Hasan, 9 Shafiul Islam, 10 Mustafizur Rahman, 11 Rubel Hossain

Pitch and conditions

Khettarama has always been good for batting, as it proved in the 1st ODI. With the skies expected to be clear, winning the toss and batting first should be a no-brainer.


Harry Gurney to return to Melbourne Rnegades


Harry Gurney to return to Melbourne Renegades for 2018-19 B

Harry Gurney sports a smileGetty Images
Harry Gurney, the English left-arm seamer, will return to the Big Bash this winter after signing up for another season at the Melbourne Renegades, where he won the title in his first year in the competition.
 who played 12 white-ball internationals for England back in 2014, enjoyed a successful first season on the global T20 circuit last winter, playing for the Renegades, Quetta Gladiators in the Pakistan Super League, and Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL.
As a replacement for Usman Shinwari, he played nine games for the Renegades last season, taking ten wickets with a miserly economy rate of 7.17 despite bowling half his overs at the death.
In the tournament's dramatic final, in which the Stars collapsed from 93 for 0 to 132 for 7 in pursuit of 146, he took 1 for 20 from his four overs.
Speaking to ESPNcricinfo's Talking T20 podcast, Gurney described winning the 2018-19 edition of the tournament as a "huge career highlight".
"The Big Bash was a really special one for me," he said. "It's a competition I've admired from a distance for many years.
"To get a chance just to play in it I was over the moon with, so to go over there, play a key role, win a Man-of-the-Match award, and perform consistently and go on and win that trophy was a huge career highlight for me.
"I [usually] bowled one over in the Powerplay, one in the middle, and two at the death, and bowled really well at the death, going at sevens. That's sort of where I've built my reputation."
Gurney, 32, said that he is at the stage of his career where team success comes before individual targets.
"At my age, it's just about winning trophies - those are the best days of your life, so you want to recreate that as much as you can while you're still playing. Your focus becomes more team-based once you become more assured of your spot in the side.
"Early on in your career, you're focused on yourself and making your way in the game, you want to go on and play for England. Once you become a bit old and decrepit like me, you just want to win trophies really."
The regular season in this year's Big Bash has been condensed from 54 days to 42, in part to attract more high-profile overseas players who stay for the duration of the competition.

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HANTS vs KENT match ground report


21 July 2019
 Today match is HANTS vs KENT
  Venu is :- the Rose Bowl Southampton
 Ground match start 7:00 Indian time ground time 11:52



Pitch report:-Since Southampton is one of the biggest grounds in England, the fitness of the player will play an important role in the upcoming match. Moreover, with plenty of space available, the pitch will help spinners to bowl freely and take wickets.

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