Team India will look to seal the series when they take on West Indies in the second T20I match at Greenfield International Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram tonight.
The first T20I was a high scoring thriller but the battle was mainly between both side's batsmen and Indian batsmen outscored Windies batsmen by a little margin. Both the team's fielding and bowling were disappointing. Indian bowlers need to bowl with some plans and have to do well in the powerplay as well as in death overs. On the other hand, West Indies bowlers need to work on their lines and lengths.
All the major stats and facts ahead of the second T20I between India and West Indies in Thiruvananthapuram
Head to Head in T20Is -
Record in T20Is in 2019 -
India - 8 wins and 6 losses in 14 T20Is
West Indies - 1 win and 9 losses in 10 T20Is
1 - Yuzvendra Chahal (52) needs 1 more wicket to go past R Ashwin's wicket tally of 52 and become leading wicket-taker for India in T20Is.
1 - India won the only T20I match they played at Greenfield International Cricket Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram. This win came against New Zealand back in 2017.
7 - India has won each of their last 7 T20Is against West Indies.
10 - Kieron Pollard needs 10 more runs to complete 1000 runs in T20I cricket.
400 - Rohit Sharma needs to hit 1 more six to complete 400 sixes in international cricket, he'll become the third batsman after Chris Gayle (534) & Shahid Afridi (476) to do so.
412 - Virat Kohli has scored 412 runs at an average of 58.85 in 10 T20Is with 4 fifties against West Indies.