IND vs WI 4th T20I: West Indies' Predicted Playing XI
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IND vs WI 4th T20I: West Indies’ Playing XI for India. West Indies take on India in the fourth T20I in Florida on Saturday, August 12. The series is well poised at 2-1 after India came back to win the third T20I in Guyana. The Windies can still win the series if they win the last two T20Is.

They have looked a very settled unit in the first three matches. Their top and middle-order have scored runs. In the first T20I, their bowlers defended 149 in the first T20I and chased 152 in the second.

Overall in 28 T20Is between the two teams, India have won 18 matches while West Indies nine. In 6 T20Is in Florida, India have won five and West Indies just one. Despite not clicking as an ODI outfit, West Indies have done pretty well in T20I cricket, which can be called their favorite format at the moment.

They would dearly want Jason Holder back in the XI for the last two games. He missed the third T20I with a groin injury. He felt the pain after he was dismissed and did not play the following game.

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India won the last T20I series played between the two teams in 2022 4-1. West Indies now have a chance to beat India at home winning the final two T20Is. In this article, we take a look at their predicted playing XI for the fourth T20I against India.

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IND vs WI 4th T20I: West Indies’ Playing XI for India

Brandon King

Brandon King
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Brandon King will open the batting in the fourth T20I. He top-scored with 42 in the third T20I. King was dismissed cheaply in the first two T20Is. King is inching closer to 1000 T20I runs.

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Anshuman Roy

A Hardcore Cricket Enthusiast Having Previously Worked With Cricwizz, Circle of Cricket, Times Now, The Quint, Cricfit and Now With Cricket Addictor.