Fantasy Cricket Dream 11 prediction : India v England 4th T20 International Preview

Make your dream 11 team with our Fantasy Cricket Dream 11 prediction for the series decider between India and England.

Fantasy Cricket Dream 11 prediction : India v England 4th T20 International Preview

Make your dream 11 team with our Fantasy Cricket Dream 11 prediction for the series decider between India and England.
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Before we can start our Fantasy Cricket Dream 11 prediction for India v England 4th T20 International, here is the story of the series. After going behind for a second time in the 5-Match T20 International series against England on Tuesday, team India would desperately look for a win tonight and take the series to the final game on Saturday.

England cruised to an 8-wicket win a couple of days ago, on the back of a masterful 83-run innings from Jos Buttler, ably supported by Jonny Bairstow, who, despite having been out of sorts across formats, having been summoned back in India after being sent home from the tour of Sri Lanka, has begun to find his groove ahead of the IPL, with a 40-run knock of 28 deliveries.

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Earlier that day, put in to bat, India lost their top order within the powerplay itself, and skipper Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant were tasked with the rebuild of the innings. A mix-up in the middle meant that Pant fell short at the non-striker’s end attempting a third run, and had to depart.

Kohli, who was partly to blame for the run out, stepped on the accelerator after that, producing yet another T20 masterclass in the process, and finished with 77 to his name. The likes of Jofra Archer and Mark Wood, both of whom are known for bowling at sheer pace at the back end of the innings, were taken to the cleaners by the Indian skipper, with Kohli taking 15 and 16 off Archer and Wood respectively at the death.

Venue: Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad

Ground Stats

As per the weather department, it is going to be a warm evening with no rain forecasted. The pitch, which has been used frequently over the past few days, has become slower and slower over the course of time.

So far, the average first innings total has been hovering around 140, taking into account all the T20 matches being played here including the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy, and teams have successfully chased down targets on 8 occasions out of them. Once again, the match will be played without the presence of audience in the stands.

Fantasy Cricket Dream 11 prediction : India v England 4th T20 International Preview

India v England 4th T20 International Preview: Team News

Team News – India

KL Rahul’s bad run of form has been a cause of concern of late, but the way Virat Kohli and the team management have backed him in public, it is likely that he will retain his place in the side. India might want to utilize the first six overs. Therefore, they can promote Ishan Kishan, who has been nothing short of a revelation on his debut a couple of games ago with a breezy half-century.

He can be sent to open the batting along with Rohit Sharma, and drop Rahul to 3. Kohli also indicated upon including an additional bowling option to the side in the form of an all-rounder, which might result in Shreyas Iyer being left out of the XI.

This might make either one of Rahul Tewatia or Axar Patel playing their first match of the series. Kohli or Rohit can be your main man for your Dream 11 team.

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Team News – England

England, who have the upper-hand in the series, would look to save the changes for the following game and focus on sealing the series today itself.

Although they might consider adding another spinner in Moeen Ali, given that the same pitch has been used several times in the past couple of months, the luxury of having a left-arm quick in Sam Curran, who doubles up as a handy lower-order bat, is too tempting to miss out on. According to our Fantasy Cricket Dream 11 prediction, Buttler will be the main man for England.

Fantasy Cricket Dream 11 prediction: India v England 4th T20 International Probable XI

Probable XI: India

Rohit Sharma, Ishan Kishan, Lokesh Rahul, Virat Kohli (c), Rishabh Pant (wk), Hardik Pandya, Rahul Tewatia/Axar Patel, Washington Sundar, Shardul Thakur, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Yuzvendra Chahal

Probable XI: England

Jason Roy, Jos Buttler (wk), Dawid Malan, Jonny Bairstow, Eoin Morgan (c), Ben Stokes, Sam Curran, Chris Jordan, Jofra Archer, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood

India v England: Dream 11 Team prediction

Fantasy Cricket Dream 11 prediction : India v England 4th T20 International Preview

Virat Kohli’s form over the last couple of matches makes him an automatic choice in this fantasy XI, and likewise can be said on England keeper Jos Buttler.

Therefore, the two can be captained and vice-captained respectively without much reluctance. Ben Stokes and Hardik Pandya will be playing a crucial role with both bat and ball, which is why they are important to this side as well.

Wrist-spinners in T20 Cricket are cheat codes for wickets at times, albeit at the expense of a lot of runs at times, therefore both Yuzvendra Chahal and Adil Rashid are a necessity.

There is the option of picking Rishabh Pant over Sam Curran, if one prefers runs and catches/stumpings over wickets. Then again, Curran is a handy lower order bat who can be summoned on to bowl at any stage of the innings, providing more probability of wickets.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s economy rate in the series so far ensures his presence in the side ahead of Jofra Archer or Mark Wood.

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