The emphatic style of English victory in the first game is what gets the most resonance and India needs a quick answer that the hosts never bounced back from 22 for 3 – their second lowest power play score in T20Is – was the key It left her with an unjustifiable sum of only 124 for 7, England’s top order that mows down the meager target with ease

After relying on an aggressive batting strategy, the Indian batsmen need to remedy Yes, Shreyas Iyer scored the most hits at 67, but mistakes at the top of the order and an elongated tail meant the plan didn’t materialize this time in Im In contrast, everything England tried worked the first time, from opening bowling with the lone spinner Adil Rashid to pacing India with pace and bounce via Jofra Archer, Mark Wood and Chris Jordan then the 72-run stand broke in between Jos Buttler and Jason Roy, whose 49 overtook him for the first time in five T20I 20 innings, turned the back of the chase, which meant India’s pick of three spinners, unlike England’s, became a moot point

Eoin Morgan admitted that his team expects to be between the No. 1 and No. 2 teams in the world but the quality of the strong English team means he has a lot of backup plans India like England has the staff It’s about whether they can do better this time around to get a 2nd : Avoid 0 lead in this series with five games

Virat Kohli said Rohit Sharma would be rested for the early part of this series, suggesting they stick with Shikhar Dhawan But does the risk of a 2-2 decline lead to an early recall for Sharma? India’s first-order failure in the first game is by no means at Dhawan’s feet – the top three were combined for just five runs, while Kohli fell on his second international duck in a row and KL Rahul only made one with Sharma, India’s first opener alongside Rahul has Dhawan however arguably a more limited window to produce the kind of punch India needs

It is next to impossible to punch holes in an English team that has won so extensively with bowlers and batsmen. Being critical would perhaps mean drawing attention to how best to get the most out of Ben Stokes in this format His 1 for 25 with a savings rate of 833 made him England’s most expensive bowler in the first game, despite being barely expensive, and the fact that he was under no obligation to bat is further evidence of the strength of England’s performance but it feels like a batting average of 1884 and bowling average of 37I just believe in Stokes’ caliber and it feels like Morgan is part of “Plan B or C” right now that Morgan was grateful his team was on The start of the series didn’t have to fall back on it

England might hesitate to tinker with a team that won the first game so comprehensively, Morgan said the likes of Reece Topley and Tom Curran were unlucky enough to miss out on the selection, but it seems the most likely change is coming would if the playing field looks particularly slow If so, Moeen Ali could step in as a second weirdo, possibly at the expense of Sam Curran

England (possible): 1 Jason Roy, 2 Jos Buttler (week), 3 Dawid Malan, 4 Jonny Bairstow, 5 Ben Stokes, 6 Eoin Morgan (Capt), 7 Sam Curran, 8 Jofra Archer, 9 Chris Jordan, 10 Adil Rashid, 11 Mark Wood

India could be accused of being too spider-heavy in the first game due to the success of the English sailors for them to opt for more pace and possibly pick up Navdeep Saini for Washington Sundar or Axar Patel as both spinners provide valuable depth to the batting team and India is unlikely to forego its “Go Hard or Go Home” approach in a game, the choice is more complex than a simple “need for speed”

India (possible): 1 Shikhar Dhawan, 2 KL Rahul, 3 Virat Kohli (Capt), 4 Rishabh Pant (week), 5 Shreyas Iyer, 6 Hardik Pandya, 7 Shardul Thakur, 8 Washington Sundar / Navdeep Saini, 9 Axar Patel, 10 Bhuvneshwar Kumar, 11 Yuzvendra Chahal

With a series of pitches in the vast Narendra Modi Stadium, every chance the second game will be played on a different pitch than the two-tier surface of the first game, but where the spinners were able to extract wickets, England sailors dominated at pace and Bounce With a scorching day of 38 degrees Celsius and low humidity, it still seems very warm and dry when the game starts in the evening

“It’s nice to get the big players out early to keep the crowd calm. It was nice to get him out very early. If you get a wicket early, or if you hit and hit a couple of sixes or fours, the crowd goes quiet [and] They can actually hear each other talking to one another. You can’t normally do that in India, especially when India is doing well or when it is opening up “Adil Rashid on the dismissal of Kohli in the third on

“We have a plan and we have to carry it out as much as possible. If we go to the World Cup, we have to make sure we’ve met all the criteria. We have to try that as often as possible,” Shreyas Iyer of India’s desire to get her to test aggressive stroke approach with a view to an even bigger stage

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