India vs England 2nd SeminFinal, Live Streaming Online CWC 2019
Published on Jul 05, 2019
India vs England 2nd SeminFinal, Live Streaming Online CWC 2019
India vs England 2nd SeminFinal, Live Streaming Online ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 11 th July 2019. England and India have faced each other in 8 matches in ICC Cricket World Cup tournaments. Out of these 8 games , England have won 4 whereas India have come out victorious on 3 occasions . 1 match ended with tied. The highest total posted by England is 338 runs while highest score posted by India is 338 when these two teams have clashed with each other in WC. 132 is the lowest total posted by India and 168 is the lowest total posted by England in the marquee event.
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Some Important Facts
▶ England have won three of their last four men’s ODIs against India (L1); the last three matches of that span were played in England (2018) with India winning the first in Nottingham before the hosts bounced back to win the next two games.
▶ India are undefeated in their last three ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup games against England (W2, T1), including a victory over them at Edgbaston in the 1999 edition; England had won three of the first four clashes with India in this tournament.
▶ India have won 16 of their last 17 completed ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup matches (L1); they have won all five of their completed games so far in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 and are the only unbeaten side in the competition.
▶ England have won their last three men’s ODIs at Edgbaston, their last defeat at the venue in Birmingham coming in 2014 against India.
▶ After suffering back-to-back losses on home turf, England are looking to avoid recording three straight men’s ODI defeats at home for the first time since May-September 2014; they went on to taste five successive loses in that span, including three defeats against India.
▶ Ben Stokes is yet to be hit for a six at ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 so far, every other bowler to bowl 30+ overs has been hit for a maximum.
▶ Ben Stokes has managed to score 50+ in his last two ODI knocks for England; only once before has the all-rounder managed a longer run of such scores, that streak in 2016 saw him hit two 50s before scoring a century against Bangladesh.
▶ Kuldeep Yadav (India) will make his 50th ODI appearance in this match, he already has 91 wickets to his name and his career best figures (6/25) came against England in a match at Trent Bridge in 2018.
▶ MS Dhoni (India) has scored 1,504 runs against England in ODI cricket, he needs 20 more for the most by a batsman from either side in the history of this fixture (Yuvraj Singh, 1,523 runs).
▶ Virat Kohli has scored 243 ODI runs at Edgbaston, more than any active England player (Eoin Morgan 239), the India captain has been dismissed just once before in five previous innings at the venue in Birmingham (22*, 43, 1*, 81*, 96*; James Anderson the only bowler to dismiss him there in ODIs).
Key Players in form
IND – Mohammad Shami, Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni.
ENG– Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes.
21℃, 57% Humidity, Winds up to 24 km/hr. 3% Precipitation. Partially Cloudy.
Teams batting second have won 29 times, as compared to teams that have batted first (25 times). In World Cup as well, the Chasing teams have won each of the games.
It will be a low-scoring game and a difficult pitch to bat on. Bowlers, especially the spinners would be the biggest winners.
IND 3 – 4 ENG
Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Virat Kohli, Vijay Shankar, MS Dhoni, Hardik Pandya, Kedar Jadhav, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohammed Shami, Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah.
Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan, Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler, Chris Woakes, Moeen Ali, Adil Rashid, Jofra Archer, Mark Wood.
IND vs ENG Dream11 Prediction
If there is one team in this World Cup that looks worthy of lifting the coveted trophy, it has to be India. After having got a great start to their campaign, the Men in Blue (and soon-to-be Men in Orange!) appreciably built on their momentum. The resultant – they look a tenaciously competitive side now.
For quite a long time, the team’s batting has been their biggest strengths. Earlier, if the batsmen failed in their duties, the game was mostly considered better lost than won. However, the success of star bowlers like Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammad Shami and Yuzvendra Chahal this season has made the world think otherwise. Jasprit Bumrah has developed a reputation for bowling that one super over which changes the complexion of the match. He is not less than a card of Ace for skipper Virat Kohli, who uses him in tense moments. Like in the game against Afghanistan and then against West Indies, Bumrah struck twice in a single over. It is not hard to deduce why he is arguably the best pacer in the ODIs at the moment.
Shami has been the World Cup’s surprise package, having picked up a stunning 8 wickets in mere two games he has played. What more, the bowler has also scalped a hat-trick in the short period.
As a result, with Bhuvneshwar now up and running, the selectors have a real selection headache at hands. Chahal, on the other hand, remains the country’s most successful bowler in World Cup 2019 as of now, having scalped 10 wickets.
While the bowling looks sorted out, it is the ever-present and monumental question that India will have to answer – Who will play at No.4? Not that it will affect their ability to win games, but a concrete answer will definitely make them more unbeatable. Vijay Shankar had impressed in his first match against Pakistan. However, his form with both the bat and the ball has not been up to the mark. And with quality replacements like Dinesh Karthik and Rishabh Pant waiting in the dugout, it remains to be seen how long the young all-rounder will hold on to his spot.
India will obviously have the upperhand over England going into the match for multiple reasons. One, they the momentum on their side. Second, the Edgbaston pitch has, this term, produced the most “subcontinent” like surface as compared to other venues, clearly providing an advantage to Indian spinners. Therefore ironically, India will feel more at home on Thursday than England playing-condition wise as well as in-terms of home support.