India vs West Indies 2019 T20I Series: Statistical Overview

Hosts India will be keen to continue their winning momentum when they take on West Indies in the three-match T20I series that is slated to begin from 6th December. Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mohammad Shami, Ravendra Jadeja and Kuldeep Yadav have made their comeback to the T20 squad. Sanju Samson, Shardul Thakur, Khaleel Ahmed and Krunal Pandya have been dropped from the squad for the three-match series.

Previously, India managed to win their T20I series against Bangladesh played at home. On the other hand, Fabian Allen and Dinesh Ramdin have been included in the squad for the three-match T20I series. All-rounder Kieron Pollard will lead the side for this series.

Here are some of key statistics with regards to India vs West Indies 2019 T20I Series.

0 victories for West Indies against India in the T20 format Since August 2017. India have managed to six T20I games on the bounce against West Indies during this period.

48.40 is the average for West Indies opener Evin Lewis against India in the T20I cricket. Left-hander has accumulated 242 runs from 6 T20 games with two centuries to his name. He will be looking to do well with the bat in three-match series against India.

12 wickets needed by West Indies pace bowler Kesrick Williams to complete 50 wickets in T20 cricket. Kesrick Williams currently has claimed 38 wickets at an average of 15.71 with an economy rate of 7.94.

47 runs needed by West Indies all-rounder Kieron Pollard to complete 1000 runs in the T20 format. Pollard currently has scored 953 runs in 65 matches at an average of 21.65 with three half-centuries to his name.

86 runs needed by West Indies opener Lendl Simmons to complete 1000 runs in the T20 format. Lendl Simmons currently has scored 914 runs in 46 T20 matches at an average of 23.43 with five half-centuries to his name.

50 runs needed by Indian Captain Virat Kohli to complete 2,500 runs in the T20 cricket. Kohli currently has scored 2450 runs in 72 T20I matches at an average of 50.00 with 22 half-centuries to his name.

26 runs needed by middle-order batsman Lokesh Rahul to complete 1000 runs in the 20-over format. Rahul currently has scored 974 runs in 31games at an average of 42.34 with two centuries and six half-centuries to his name.

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