CALCUTTA England take on the West Indies in the World Twenty20 in Calcutta end today (Sunday). Here are a key from both sides batsman out, all terrain and cone.
– Chris Gayle and Joe Root –
Sunday’s final is likely to be last Chris Gayle in the T20 World Cup as it will be 40 when the next edition comes around. The explosive batsman’s largest and most recognizable star of the Windies’. Lightning his century against England earlier in the tournament, including 11 six traumatized left side of Eoin Morgan. However, the left-hander has played a role little since then, picking up only nine races, running the Windies’ to the end and you can feel that has something to prove – making it even more dangerous.
England has its own winning goal in the class batsman Joe Root. The 25-year-old is proving himself as one of the most experienced players with stroke in the game, showing poise and composure in times of pressure. His 83 against South Africa in the group stage was one of the most impressive tournament and shot beats England to its highest run chase in all T20 cricket as it surprised the Proteas with just two balls to spare. The influence to calm the right-hander, batting at number three, will be key to the chances of a second world title T20 England.
– Andre Russell and Ben Stokes –
West Indies and England have the two most dangerous in Twenty20 cricket SUVs in Andre Russell and Ben Stokes. Russell, who came into the tournament on the back of reports that three missed tests of drugs, showed his prowess batting with a barrage of 43 runs against India, including a large six on the third last ball of the semifinal sent his team to the final. The right arm medium fast player bowling, sporting a mohawk orange hair cut, has bagged eight wickets so far and is one of the most dangerous in the arsenal of Darren Sammy.