West Indies tour of India 2021-22 — 3rd ODI

West Indies tour of India 2021-22 ODI Series

India vs West Indies ODI series 2021

3rd ODI:

Third and last ODI of the series of 3 ODI matches between India and West Indies is going to be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad on February 11th 2022.

West Indies tour of India 2021-22 — 2nd ODI

India  vs West Indies History:

Overall:

Series:

This is going to be the twenty second bilateral series between the teams, The host won 13 times. The visiting team won 8 times.

The longest streak without a draw between the teams is 21 series in a span of 39 years, from 1982-83 to present, where India won 13 times and West Indies won 8 times.

The most consecutive winning streak for India against West Indies was 10 series from 2006-07 to present.

The longest unbeaten streak for India against West Indies was 10 series from 2006-07 to present.

The most consecutive winning streak for West Indies against India was 5 series from 1982-83 to 1994-95.

The longest unbeaten streak for West Indies against India was 5 series from 1982-83 to 1994-95.

Last 5 (completed) series results of India against West Indies are WWWWW.

Matches:

The teams completed 135 meetings in the longest format of limited overs cricket, till date. The host won 66 times, whereas the opponent won 63 times. 2 games concluded as a tie. 4 matches were called off without any result (No Result).

The most consecutive winning streak for India against West Indies was 7 ODIs from 1995 to 1996.

The longest unbeaten streak for India against West Indies was 7 ODIs from 1995 to 1996.

The most consecutive winning streak for West Indies against India was 4 ODIs (twice) from 2007 to 2010 and from 2017 to 2018.

The longest unbeaten streak for West Indies against India was 4 ODIs (twice) from 2007 to 2010 and from 2017 to 2018.

Last 5 (completed) match results of India against West Indies are WWWWL.

Indian Backyard:

Series:

This is going to be the twelfth bilateral series between the teams, The host won 7 times. The visiting team won 4 times.

The longest streak without a draw between the teams is 11 series in a span of 38 years, from 1983-84 to present, where India won 7 times and West Indies won 4 times.

The most consecutive winning streak for India against West Indies was 6 series from 2006-07 to present.

The longest unbeaten streak for India against West Indies was 6 series from 2006-07 to present.

The most consecutive winning streak for West Indies against India was 3 series from 1983-84 to 1994-95.

The longest unbeaten streak for West Indies against India was 3 series from 1983-84 to 1994-95.

Last 5 (completed) series results of India against West Indies are WWWWW.

Matches:

The teams completed 60 meetings in the longest format of limited overs cricket, till date. The host won 31 times, whereas the opponent won 28 times. 1 match was called off without any result (No Result)

The most consecutive winning streak for India against West Indies was 5 ODIs from 1994 to 2002.

The longest unbeaten streak for India against West Indies was 5 ODIs from 1994 to 2002.

The most consecutive winning streak for West Indies against India was 8 ODIs from 1988 to 1993.

The longest unbeaten streak for West Indies against India was 8 ODIs from 1988 to 1993.

Last 5 (completed) match results of India against West Indies are WWWWL.

Points and Rankings:

The series is the comparison between the fourth rank (India (109)) and ninth rank (West Indies (78)) teams. The host is 31 points ahead of the visitors.

The Home Team:

The team completed 1001 games in the format. Out of them, the team won 520 times and lost 431 times. 9 games resulted in a tie. 41 outings were called off without any result (No Result).

Last 5 (completed) match results of India are WWLLL.

The Visiting Team:

The team completed 836 games in the format. Out of them, the team won 406 times and lost 390 times. 10 games resulted in a tie. 30 outings were called off without any result (No Result).

Last 5 (completed) match results of West Indies are LLLLW.

The Third Outing:

The result of the match will impact the team’s points, as if the result will go in favor of the host then the home side will gain a (1) point without any impact in the rank, whereas, the opponent will lose a (1) point without any impact in the rank. On the other hand, in case of a reverse result, the visiting team will gain a couple (2) of points without any impact in the rank and the home team will lose a couple (2) of points without any impact in the rank.

Venue Weather:

Weather forecast of Ahmedabad shows the weather would transition from mostly sunny to sunny and clear during the match. There is almost no chance of rain, as the precipitation percentage would be 0%. The temperature would be between 18-28 Celsius. The wind would be between 5 – 11 km/h. The speed of wind and the temperature would decrease gradually.

Narendra Modi Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad

Toss and Pitch:

Teams preferred to bat first after winning the toss, which happened 14 times out of 25 played games, and the selection favored the teams, as the teams won 8 times and lost 6 times. 

Last 5 (completed) match results at the venue, when the team chose to bat first, are LLLWW.

The teams never won the match after choosing to bat first since 2011.

On the other hand, the teams who chose to field first, won 6 times and lost 5 times.

Last 5 (completed) match results at the venue, when the team chose to field first, are LWLWL.

Overall, 14 times the teams won the toss, won the matches and lost 11 times.

Last 5 (completed) match results at the venue, while winning the toss, are LWLLL.

Particularly, for India, the team won the toss 9 times in the 17 games and won 6 times and lost thrice.

Last 5 (completed) match results of India at the venue, while winning the toss, are WLLWW.

The home team never won the match after choosing to bat first since 2000.

Last 5 (completed) match results of India at the venue, while losing the toss, are WWWLL.

The visiting team never won the match after choosing to bat first since 2010 against the home side.

The visiting team never won the match after choosing to field first since 2006 against the home side.

The first batting team won the match 13 times. Whereas, the teams, who batted second, won the match 12 times.

Last 5 (completed) match results at the venue, while the team bat first, are WLLWL.

Score:

The lowest defended total was 169 (revised Target) runs in 1993, and the highest successful chase was 325 runs in 2002.

The first innings lowest total was 85 runs (completed innings) in 2006 and the highest total was 365 runs in 2010. For the second innings, the lowest total was 100 runs (completed innings) in 1993 and the highest was 325 runs in 2002.

The batting average of the first innings is 33.43 and 30.15 is for the second innings.

ODI History Between the Teams at the Venue:

Both the teams faced each other 7 times at the venue. The home team won thrice, whereas the visiting team won 4 encounters.

Last 5 (completed) match results of India against West Indies at the venue are WWLLW.

Teams’ ODI History at Venue:

The Home Side:

The home side has an above average record at the venue, as the team won 9 times with 8 losses out of 17 outings.

Last 5 (completed) match results of India at the venue are WWWLW.

The Visiting Side:

The visiting team has an above average record, as the team won 5 times and lost 4 times in 9 outings.

Last 5 (completed) match results of West Indies at the venue are LLWLW.

Selected XI for both the Teams:

India:

The home side would like to go with S. Dhawan in place of S. Yadav and K. Yadav in place of Y. Chahal.

India Eleven: R. Sharma, S. Dhavan, V. Kohli, KL. Rahul, R. Pant, D. Hooda, W. Sundar, S. Thakur, M. Siraj, K. Yadav, P. Krishna

 West Indies:

The visiting team would like to go with K. Pollard in place of O. Smith, if K. Pollard will be fit for the play.

West Indies Eleven: S. Hope, B. King, D. Bravo, S. Brooks, N. Pooran, K. Pollard, J. Holder, F. Allen, A. Hosein, A. Joseph, K. Roach

*Notes: the result of the most recent match is at the left.

*Notes: D means draw in “last five series results”.

*Notes: T means tie in “last five match results”.

*Notes: “*” means the match was tied but the match was resulted through one over eliminator.

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