West Indies vs India 2019: 2nd ODI – India’s Predicted Playing XI
After a complete washout in the first ODI, India will look to come out all guns blazing and take the much-important lead against West Indies at the Port of Spain in Trinidad on August 11 (Sunday).
The Indian cricketers looked relaxed during the short game time at Guyana on Thursday. The Men in Blues will look to enjoy their time and play to their best potential to take the lead. Kuldeep Yadav looked good during the first game, which will be a confidence booster for India. However, they will look to put an end to their long-running middle-order woes as Shreyas Iyer aims to claim the spot. Iyer has had a good season for India A and in the IPL and will hope to keep up his form.
Virat Kohli & Co is likely to retain the same playing XI from their last game in a bid to take a 1-0 lead.
Here is the predicted playing XI of India for the second of the three-match ODI series against West Indies on August 11 (Sunday) at the Port of Spain in Trinidad:
Rohit Sharma has been in the form of his life since the World Cup. The Team India vice-captain will look to keep up his excellent form and give India another swashbuckling start as they look to take a 1-0 lead after a rain-marred first game.