West Indies vs England 4th T20 Dream11 Predictions, Lineups and more

We are now approaching game 4 of the five-match series between West Indies and England and the three lions find themselves on the back foot yet again as they trail the Windies 2-1 after a 20 run defeat to the hosts.

West Indies came into the third game fully prepared to take the fight to the English and they showed their class in every department, dominated the game, and took the lead in the series.

Rovman Powell, who was playing his first game of the series, played an unbelievable knock and become the third West Indian player to score a century in the T20Is. Even though they conceded a lot of runs in the second half, they managed to pull things back at the late end of the innings.

England, on the other hand, made massive changes to their playing eleven in the third T20I with 3 players making their debut. Tom Banton’s early heroics and a late cameo from Phil Salt couldn’t save them from losing the match. Once again, England finds themselves on the edge with a defeat ending their hopes completely.

The 4th T20I between West Indies and England is scheduled to take place on the 30th of January, 2022.

West Indies vs England 4th T20 – Pitch Report

The Kensington Oval is a proper batting wicket and the bowlers will have a tough time in the middle for sure. The boundaries are comparatively shorter than the other venues in West Indies. Batting first is a good option.

West Indies vs England 4th T20 – Probable XI

West Indies

Brandon King, Shai Hope (wk), Nicholas Pooran, Rovman Powell, Kieron Pollard (c), Jason Holder, Romario Shepherd, Odean Smith / Darren Bravo, Fabian Allen, Akeal Hosein, Sheldon Cottrell

England

Jason Roy, Tom Banton (wk), James Vince, Moeen Ali (c), Phil Salt, Liam Livingstone, Harry Brook / Sam Billings, Chris Jordan / George Garton, Adil Rashid, Tymal Mills, Reece Topley

West Indies vs England 4th T20 – Players to Watch

Rovman Powell

He has been in and out of the West Indies squad in the past, but when he was put in to bat in the third T20, he smashed a vital 107 runs that have mostly cemented his place in the squad for the series to come. We expect him to make good on this chance in the upcoming game as well.

Romario Shepherd

He was a shining star for the Windies this series and has started solidifying his spot as the all-rounder priority. He was promoted up the order in the third game against England where he helped finish off the proceedings. As a bowler, he did concede quite a few runs but also managed to scalp 3 wickets. We expect to see some more heroics from him in the fourth game, where he can help his side wrap up the series with a win.

Jason Roy

As the series progresses, Jason Roy is a player who is finding his rhythm. Yes, he has been experimenting with shots and techniques, but remember, he is a big match player and with the upcoming game becoming a must-win for England, we expect Roy to come into his own and get a big score.

Tom Banton

The English wicketkeeper has been quietly going about his business, but it’s time we start putting some respect on his name. Tom unleashed his arsenal of shots in the third match to end up with a score of 73 runs from 39 balls. He has a frenzy mode that he can activate and we want him in our lineup to capitalize on the same.

West Indies vs England 4th T20 – Dream11 Fantasy Lineup No.1

Wicket Keeper – Nicholas Pooran, Tom Banton

Batsmen – Jason Roy, Brandon King, Rovman Powell, Philip Salt

All-Rounders – Romario Shepherd (vc), Liam Livingstone (c)

Bowlers – Adil Rashid, Sheldon Cottrell, Akeal Hosein

 

 

West Indies vs England 4th T20 – Dream11 Fantasy Lineup No.2

Wicket Keeper – Nicholas Pooran, Tom Banton (vc)

Batsmen – Jason Roy, Kieron Pollard, Rovman Powell (c)

All-Rounders – Liam Livingstone, Jason Holder, Moeen Ali

Bowlers – Sheldon Cottrell, Reece Topley, Akeal Hosein

 

 

West Indies vs England 4th T20 – Predicted Winner

With form and momentum on their side, we expect the West Indies team to win and clinch the series on their home ground.