India VS England: India looks forward to register 10th straight series winJuly 17, 2018
Team India will surely try to play with their best ability in order to register the 10th straight series win for the blue team in last ten limited over series played in home and international soil. Tuesday marks the end of India’s limited over exhibition in England, both the team desperately needs a win to end the series on a happy note, as per the present stats India and England levels series with 1 win each. Indian side was able to win the first match of the series with 8 wickets but lacked the batting skills required to win the second encounter played in Mecca of Cricket at Lords. As per the present scenario from the England tour, the Indian side has managed to dominate the game by winning T20 series against England with scoreline 1-2.
India carry track record of winning all series since 2 years in line
As per the available stats about the team, the pride of Asian countries Indian cricket team has managed to win all bilateral series against different nations since 2016. The Indian side has seen the last series lost against the Australian team in January 2016, where Australia registered a mammoth win against India with scoreline 1-4. After completing that series, India has registered win almost against all arch rivals on the international level. Team India started there winning streak against Zimbabwe and registered great result against New Zealand (two times), England, West Indies, Sri Lanka (two times) and against Australia and South Africa at their home.
India has registered win in all bilateral series against England for last 7 years
England may be the top spot gainer in the ODI ranking in recent times but Indian side carries non-negotiable track record against England in all home and away series in almost last whole decade. Winning today will be crucial for team India to maintain such track-record against England. Today’s win will also help Indian side to boost there side for test series next in line and as an early achievement prior to Cricket World Cup to be played in 2019 in England and Wales.
India needs to ensure sharpness of Indian fast bowling unit along with ending woes of non-performing middle order
In the last match of the series, India needs to boost the performance of fast bowling unit as only Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav were able to take leading wickets in last two concluded matches. In addition to sharpening bowling skills, Indian middle order needs to score well in the concluding match in Headingley, Leeds. The process of sharing scoring rate will surely help the top order to perform with an ease without any pressure.