When Team India faces off against West Indies in the fourth Twenty20 International on Saturday in Florida, Rohit Sharma and the rest of India’s squad will be looking to grab an unbreakable lead in the five-game series. After their victory in the third match, which they won by seven wickets, the visitors currently have a 2-1 lead. The highlight of the performance was a knock of 76 that was played by Suryakumar Yadav. Back spasms forced Rohit Sharma to withdraw hurt midway through the match, and Shreyas Iyer’s form is a major cause for concern in the shortest format of the game. As a result, it will be intriguing to observe if the away team makes any substitutions to their playing XI for the fourth Twenty20 international.
The following is what we believe should be India’s starting XI for the fourth Twenty20 international.
A knock of 64 runs in the first game was followed by a duck in the second game for Rohit Sharma, who is the captain of the team. Because he had to depart hurt after only five balls of his innings in the third Twenty20 International, it will be intriguing to observe how match-fit he is.
The right-handed hitter, Suryakumar Yadav, was at his scorching best in the third Twenty20 International as he played a knock of 76 runs, and he would hope that his excellent form continues.
Shreyas Iyer has not been successful in making the No. 3 place his own in the present series, as he has not been able to register large scores while maintaining a high strike rate, as pointed out by Sanju Samson. As a result, the management of the squad can consider playing Samson in the remaining two Twenty20 Internationals.
Rishabh Pant: The wicketkeeper-batsman scored 33 runs off of 26 balls in the third Twenty20 international. He was in decent touch during the match. He would hold out hope that more runs would come his way.
The all-rounder Hardik Pandya has not been in the best of touch with the bat during this series, but he has more than made up for it with his performance with the ball in hand. He considers this past year to be the best of his entire career, and he wants to continue making contributions.
The all-rounder, Deepak Hooda, had earned a spot in the playing eleven for the third Twenty20 international. He bowled with the new ball, and with the bat, he was still not out on 10 runs after batting.
Dinesh Karthik, the batsman, showed his class in the first game of the series by scoring a quickfire 41 off of 19 balls. This was an impressive performance. The seasoned player is very close to clinching the position of finisher, and he would like to keep performing well for the club.
Ravichandran Ashwin: The off-spinner has been able to keep things under control during the middle period of the match, and he has also made important runs for the side. He would try his best to make the most of the games that were left so that he could make a strong case for being included in the Twenty20 World Cup squad.
The seamer Bhuvneshwar Kumar has a wealth of experience under his belt, and with that, he plans to use it to mentor younger players like Arshdeep Singh and Avesh Khan.
The pacer, Avesh Khan, has not been in great form during this series, as he has been giving up runs at a rapid rate. He would be hoping to maintain the pressure and combine that with some crucial wickets.
The teenager has excelled in his job at the end of the game, bowling excellent yorkers, according to Arshdeep Singh. He has been successful in maintaining the tightness of the situation and will now seek to grab more wickets.
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