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There were quite a few firsts on Thursday when India faced England in the fourth T20I in Ahmedabad. Surya Kumar Yadav got an opportunity to bat for the first time in international cricket, and he made the most of it. For the first time in the series, the dew factor came into play. KL Rahul entered double digits for the first time in the series (although his knock of 14 didn't provide India the impact they desired at the start of the innings). Virat Kohli was out stumped for the first time in T20Is while Jofra Archer bagged his first four-wicket haul.
Dew also meant that Washington Sunder conceded in excess of 50 for the first time in his T20I career. However, thanks to clever variations from the pacers, India managed to defend a total successfully for the first time in the series, and in doing so set up an enticing decider.
Eoin Morgan and Ben Stokes likened the must-win weekend clash as the closest thing in terms of preparation for a World Cup final. And it may well be a dress rehearsal for the summit clash of the multi-team event that starts in October, considering the T20I credentials of both teams, who are heavyweights in the 20-over format. Cricket Betting Tips Since September 2017, India have only lost twice in 19 T20I series they have been part of (including the Nida has Trophy) while England haven't lost a T20I series since the loss to India in July 2018. After a barrage of punches and counter-punches so far in this series, the India-England clash on Saturday will be a nightmare for punters.
The newcomers have spearheaded the comebacks for India in the series - Ishan Kashan and Surya Kumar Yadav proving why they stand pedestalled quite high among a plethora of Indian batting riches, several of whom are part of the current squad. But despite Virat Kohli, Rishabh Pant and Shreyas Iyer being amongst the runs in the middle order, and the likes of Hardik Pandya and Sundar adding further depth to the batting, India have had to dig deep into their batting, which has to do with what has happened at the top. Contributions from Rahul and Rohit Sharma will go a long way in helping India assert authority, which they haven't done as often as they would have liked. Pandya's bowling has served India well in this series while Bhuvneshwar has also be on the mark. Meanwhile, Sharda Thakur's tendency to leak runs despite picking up wickets, and the dew factor affecting the spinners, will be on India's mind when they take the field on Saturday.
England, for all their dominance, have some concerns as well - and in a World Cup year, it will come as a worry for a side that looked settled till now. Jos Butler and Jason Roy, unlike the Indian openers, have been scoring well while Morgan will also be pleased with the way Ben Stokes and Jonny Bairstow handled the spin match-ups in the fourth game. But the lack of runs from David Malan and the skipper himself - although not a big worry at the moment - will keep the think-tank jittery if it continues. Online Betting Id As far as bowling is concerned, Mark Wood and Jofra Archer have been England's primary weapons, with their pace unsettling the Indian batsmen. But Chris Jordan has blown hot and cold, Sam Curran has got limited opportunities with the ball, and Moeen Ali none.