India vs West Indies, 2nd ODI: Live Streaming, Date, IST Time, TV Channel, Team News

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Having
won
the
first
match
by
3
runs,
another
victory
will
give
India
a
successive
ODI
series
win
in
the
Caribbean.

Be
it
Dhawan
and
comeback
man
Shubman
Gill’s
aggressive
opening
stand,
or
Mohammad
Siraj’s
emergence
as
the
leader
of
the
bowling
attack
in
the
absence
of
the
experienced
Mohammed
Shami
and
Jasprit
Bumrah,
India
ticked
all
the
boxes
on
Friday
to
go
1-0
up
in
the
three-match
series.

First
up,
it
was
about
Gill
as
the
highly-rated
opener,
returning
to
the
ODI
fold
after
more
than
19
months,
seized
the
opportunity
with
both
hands
with
a
career-best
64.

Picked
ahead
of
Ruturaj
Gaikwad
and
Ishan
Kishan,
Gill
made
batting
look
easy
when
most
of
them
struggled
after
the
ball
got
softer
at
the
Queen’s
Park
Oval.

Throughout
his
knock,
he
scored
at
a
run-a-ball
and
smashed
six
boundaries
and
a
couple
of
sixes,
and
it
took
a
run
out
to
end
his
stay
in
the
middle.

It
is
up
to
Gill
to
convert
his
fine
starts
into
big
knocks,
and
he
would
certainly
look
to
do
just
that
and
cement
his
place
in
the
team.

Dhawan
played
the
perfect
second
fiddle
to
Gill
as
the
opening
stand
was
worth
119
from
106
balls,
but
the
senior
batter
narrowly
missed
out
on
his
18th
century.

With
Shreyas
Iyer
too
finding
some
form
with
a
half-century,
it
was
a
perfect
top-three
act
by
the
Indian
team,
but
a
middle-order
collapse
followed
and
India
settled
for
308
for
seven
after
being
in
a
position
to
go
beyond
350.

In
the
middle-order,
the
spotlight
would
be
on
Sanju
Samson
the
batter
as
he
once
again
failed
to
make
use
of
the
opportunity
at
this
level,
returning
with
an
18-ball
12.

The
Kerala
stumper,
however,
made
up
for
his
lack
of
runs
with
a
stunning
boundary
save
at
the
death,
which
played
a
part
in
India
pulling
off
a
win
in
the
last-ball
of
the
match
with
Mohammed
Siraj
defending
15
runs.

On
Sunday,
the
likes
of
Suryakumar
Yadav,
Samson,
Deepak
Hooda
and
Axar
Patel
would
like
to
deliver.

Dhawan
pulled
off
a
surprise
in
the
absence
of
the
injured
Ravindra
Jadeja,
making
part-time
spinner
Deepak
Hooda
bowl
ahead
of
specialist
Yuzvendra
Chahal
inside
the
first
20
overs.

Chahar
returned
wicket-less
but
he
was
the
most
economical
(4.40)
bowler
of
the
day
for
the
Indians,
finishing
with
0/22
from
his
five
overs
and
forcing
the
West
Indies
to
play
catch
up.

Siraj
stood
out
as
the
pace
spearhead
dismissed
Nicholas
Pooraj
in
the
middle
overs
and
returned
at
the
death
with
his
perfect
yorkers.

India

With
the
series
on
the
line,
the
West
Indies
would
look
to
put
an
end
to
their
losing
streak
in
ODIs
which
has
now
stretched
to
seven
matches,
including
a
0-3
loss
to
Bangladesh
in
the
preceding
rubber.

The
series
is
not
part
of
the
ICC
World
Cup
Super
League,
and
the
West
Indies
have
an
opportunity
to
play
without
the
pressure
of
the
standings.

The
last
time
India
toured
the
West
Indies
for
an
ODI
series,
the
Men
in
Blue
emerged
2-0
victors,
with
one
match
washed
out
due
to
rain.

The
ODI
series
will
be
followed
by
a
five-match
T20I
series,
featuring
an
almost
full-strength
Indian
team.

Here’s
then
the
TV
information
of
the
India
vs
West
Indies
2nd
ODI
like
TV
Channel,
IST
Time
and
Live
Streaming
platform.



Telecast
info


Match
date:
Sunday,
July
24


Match
time:
7
PM
IST


Live
telecast:
DD
Sports


Live
Streaming:
FanCode.

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