India vs West Indies; 2nd Test
Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica
India tour of West Indies 2019; Test series
Friday, 30th August 2019; 8:00 PM IST.
Situated in the rural segment of Jamaica’s capital Kingston, Sabina Park bragged the hardest and quickest surface in the Caribbean recent. Making it a nightmarish spot for guests facing tenacious Windies pace assault.
The sluggish idea of the pitch commonly will in general support the spinners offering extrinsic help to the quicks. Batsmen may bear a wild period in the center because of the absence of speed and ricochet.
The weather forecast in Jamaica is good and even though we may have the occasional rain interruption. We should not have any trouble getting the full game in. Daytime temperature is expected to be around 32°c and could plunge to around 27°c at night. The humidity will be around 76%.
After India won the first Test at North Sound in Antigua. It would be upon West Indies to attempt to level the series in the last contest. This being just a two-match Test series. 60 points are in question for every match. Which will have a colossal state in the standings of the Test Championship. West Indies vs India 2nd Test 2019 is going to be played at Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica starting on the 30th of August 2019.
India: Team News and Probable XI
India followed up their fantastic exhibitions in the ODI and T20 shows by easily winning the first Test match. And keeping in mind that it was a long way from a total presentation. They looked far better than this terrible West Indies group at the present time. Things are well-settled in the Indian camp and they would be confident of another win in this match.
Ajinkya Rahane showed admirable tirelessness to indent up a sublime tenth century in the whites. Hanuma Vihari too supported him submit in the delicate center request with a made 93. Close by Ravindra Jadeja who battled valiantly with the tail to make a blustery 58 in the first inning.
Speedsters Ishant Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah tore separated the Windies batting line-up. To tattered out establishing the framework for the famous triumph.
Mayank Agrawal, KL Rahul, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli (captain), Ajinkya Rahane (vice-captain), Hanuma Vihari, Rishabh Pant (wk), Ravindra Jadeja, Jasprit Bumrah, Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami.
West Indies: Team News and Probable XI
West Indies come into this second and last Test contest against India bounce back again from a destroying last break. As they were crushed by 318 runs running with. Skipper Jason Holder saying their batsmen needed to “take a gander at themselves genuinely in the mirror” following the inauspicious showcase.
They are probably not going to roll out any improvements to the batting line-up anyway. As they don’t have an abundance of choices available to them yet. After such a large number of them had the option to make begins in the first innings. None figured out how to make a major score, and after that they capitulated pitiably to some heavenly bowling by Jasprit Bumrah in the subsequent innings.
They are supported by the arrival of Keemo Paul after damage as the all-rounder is fit after a lower leg issue. He will replace Miguel Cummins which ought to be a critical improvement as Cummins neglected to take a wicket in the first Test.
Jason Holder (c), Kraigg Brathwaite, Darren Bravo, Shai Hope, John Campbell, Shimron Hetmyer, Shamarh Brooks/ Jahmar Hamilton, Roston Chase, Rahkeem Cornwall, Shannon Gabriel, Kemar Roach.
Head To Head
Matches Played- 97
Won by India- 21
Won by West Indies- 30
Matches Drawn- 46
Matches Tied- Nil
Team’s Form In Last 5 Matches (Recent First)
India- Won Won Lost Won Draw
West Indies- Lost Lost Won Won Lost
My Apne11 Team
Wicket Keeper- Shai Hope
Batsman- Ajinkya Rahane, Virat Kohli, Shimron Hetmyer and Darren Bravo
All Rounder- Jason Holder and Ravindra Jadeja
Bowlers- Jasprit Bumrah, Ishant Sharma, Kemar Roach and Mohammad Shami.
Captain/Vice-Captain choice for Fantasy Team
Jasprit Bumrah: His figures of 5-7 in the second innings broke the record for the cheapest five-wicket haul by an Indian bowler in test matches. He is also the first-ever Asian bowler to claim a five-fer in all four of South Africa, Australia, England and West Indies.
Kemar Roach: Claimed five wickets in the first test, including 4-66 in the first innings. And the paceman will be keen to add further to his 189 test wickets – which he has raced to in 54 matches. He also top-scored in the second innings with 38 from 31 balls.
India are huge favourites, having not just beaten West Indies in their last three matches but absolutely thrashed them. The tourists should comfortably wrap up a 2-0 series win.