India aims to deliver a better all-round performance against England in their bid for the fourth Twenty20 series against England on Thursday.
The toss and bowling blueprint has been prepared in the series, in which the team will be chased down comfortably.
However, India captain Virat Kohli has repeatedly stressed whether the team is posting as part of their preparations for the T20 World Cup later this year.
He lost two matches after the first innings, while India struggled in the powerplay, with one batsman (Shreyas Yer Yar and Virat Kohli) contributing significantly, but affecting their final total.
A significant part of it was under KL. Rahul was not in the middle of the run, but Kohli made it clear that Karnataka batsman and Rohit Sharma will be the team’s opening link.
The pace of Mark Wood and Joffra Archer has made it difficult for Indians to survive even in the first six overs. The fast bowlers have bounced off the surface and put the batsmen in two minds.
According to Kohli, after the third game, the third all-rounder along with Hardik Pandya and Washington Sundar could be picked between Anhad Rahul Tewatia and Axel Patel.
Unlike the first game, Kohli’s superiority 77 ensured that India had a few runs to defend, but the bowlers rarely took the initiative to shy away from the competition with batsman Jose Butler. The number one spinner of the team, Yuzvendra Chahal, has scored both times, which India has scored.
Hardik Pandya has been promised a return to bowling as an all-rounder, but he is yet to take a wicket. Bhuvneshwar Kumar has kept things right in his comeback series, but the team hopes that the new ball will give him regular success.
IF and Washington Washington Sundar took four wickets for India with a superb economy of 6.95.
No major changes are expected in the playing eleven despite India being down 1-2.
Like India, England wants to win at all costs and will be thrilled with their victory in the last match.
The number among the butlers is also a matter of concern for India because in its time it could have destroyed any invasion of the world. Horror scorer Johnny Bearso, who scored two runs in two Tests against India, came forward with a 40-run lead on Tuesday.
After covering almost all the bases, England is awaiting the fire of Dawood Malan, the number one batsman in the world.
India will have to make special efforts to prevent the number one team from winning the series on Wednesday night.