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IND vs ENG Adelaide Record: With whom to bat or bowl first after winning the toss, Adelaide’s record


T20 World Cup semi-final to be played between India and England
Great record of team batting first in Adelaide

New Delhi. Everyone’s heartbeat has increased regarding the ICC T20 World Cup semi-final between India and England. Pakistan’s team defeated New Zealand to secure a place in the final. Now the eyes are fixed on the Indian team, will the team captained by Rohit Sharma be able to do wonders of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. It is very important to know what the record says here before the match to be played in Adelaide. After winning the toss, what would the captain want to bowl or bat first?

The second semi-final match of the T20 World Cup 2022 is to be played between India and England. This match is to be played at the Oval of Adelaide. Before this match, everyone is worried whether Team India captain Rohit Sharma will bat or bowl first after winning the toss. What will they decide to do if England wins the toss? What Rohit and Buttler would like to do will depend a lot on the outcome of the previous matches.

What does Adelaide’s record say

Talking about Adelaide’s T20 International, a total of 11 matches have been played here so far. Here the team batting first has won more matches. At the same time, the winning percentage for the team that bowls later is less. In total 7 matches, the team batting first has won. At the same time, the team batting later has been able to win only in 4 matches.

Highest run and wicket win record

Batting first, Australia has registered the biggest win here against Sri Lanka. In the match played in 2019, the team scored 233 runs on the basis of David Warner’s century. In reply, Sri Lanka could only manage 99 runs for 9 wickets. While batting later, the 7-wicket victory is the biggest. Australia had registered a win in 2014 for the loss of 3 wickets in 12.4 overs after restricting South Africa to just 101 runs.

Tags: India Vs England, Jos Buttler, Rohit Sharma, T20 World Cup, T20 World Cup 2022



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