Watch IND Vs WI 3rd ODI Live Score Ball By Ball Highlights Result 30th June 2017

Watch IND Vs WI 3rd ODI Live Score Ball By Ball Highlights Result 30th June 2017 :- A dominant India will be hoping to take an incontrovertible 2-0 lead against a weakened West Indies side when they lock horns in the third match and this is ongoing five-match ODI series, here on Friday (June 30). Men in Blue showed their might in the second game with a 105-run defeat of the hosts, which highlighted the gulf and match between the two teams.

Virat Kohli’s boys outclassed the hosts in every department of the game as they registered and the team India quite wishes to win the match. With West Indies up-and-coming as no match to the third-ranked Indian side skipper Kohli must be thinking to test his counter is the strength of the game.

IND Vs WI Live Score 2nd Match Highlights Result

A weakened adversary such as this gives a perfect opportunity to give some match practice and this match will work for the youngsters. If the skipper Kohli feels the same then there are most advantageous chances of young Rishabh Pant and he is getting the spot into the side and out-of-form Yuvraj Singh is taking his match as the rested.

19-year-old Pant is yet to make a debut in the ODIs and would a perfect replacement to Yuvraj in the middle order.
Alongside the skipper should also give match practice to pacer Mohammed Shami who last played his ODI game in 2015 World Cup semi-final against Australia. Shami, though, played both the practice matches ahead of the Champions Trophy 2017, but he is not part of the final eleven.

A series that was accepted to be one-sided got off to a lukewarm start thanks to the first ODI being washed off and the second being won contentedly by visitors of the country India. For Windies, the series offered a chance to build hope once again. Sadly, it only relaxes in the names of the players and not in their actions on the field.

That it’s a mismatch of enormous proportions is well-known and going by their performances so far, the third ODI appears an inevitable finish unless the hosts can conjure up something special.

India is superior in the game on and off the field while Windies are hoping that the name change can bring some fresh air to breathe. There’s nothing at the front position that suggests that they are capable of an upset against India in the five-match ODI series and the game in it offers them a chance to construct some confidence.

For India, playing with a nearly full-strength team, a series win will be the main focus and it can be seen as the series where fresh faces will be performed to play, and in the early as the third ODI with the series still open is a question that and for now!

For now, though they will be looking to continue their show of dominance which will also extend the misery for the already tattered hosts in the match.

Team News:

Windies: Kyle Hope, a 28-year-old top-order batsman, and wicketkeeper-batsman Sunil Ambris have been added to Windies squad and it can also boost their batting, which has been a let-down as much as their bowling, with Jonathan Carter left out, one of the important feature in the eleven.

India: India has gone in with their tried and tested line-up so far in the series. They have persevered with Yuvraj Singh spite his recent failures but he is an experienced left-hander may not find favor where the team management will be performed if his struggles will continue.

With promising left-handed batsman, Rishabh Pant is being part of the game on the road party will continue.

Probable XI:

India: Ajinkya Rahane, Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli(c), Yuvraj Singh, MS Dhoni(w), Kedar Jadhav, Hardik Pandya, Ravichandran Ashwin, Kuldeep Yadav, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Umesh Yadav

West Indies: Evin Lewis, Kyle Hope, Shai Hope(w), Jason Mohammed, Roston Chase, Kyle Hope/ Sunil Ambris, Jason Holder(c), Ashley Nurse, Devendra Bishoo, Alzarri Joseph, Miguel Cummins

When: Friday, June 30 at 9:00 AM Local Time (6:30 PM IST)

Venue: Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound, Antigua

Match prediction: India will win