Take the toss, and you’ll win the tie! So far, the T20 series between India and England seems to have followed this pattern. The side that took the toss and elected to bat second has won all three matches.

Can the toss be the final decider between the teams now that England leads the series 2-1 and has a good chance of winning it? In the third match, India made some odd decisions that backfired. In the previous match, England was at full power, and they seem to be a lot more comfortable now.

Will India continue to experiment, even though it means losing the series, or will this match bring more surprises?

India’s transition to a red soil surface did not deliver the success it had hoped for, and it now finds itself in a win-or-go-home condition. Will India be able to win this game and keep the series going, or will England continue to dominate?

The India vs England 4th T20 2021 match will be held at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on March 18, 2021.



India is also searching for the best formula ahead of the T20 World Cup, which is a cause for concern. India’s next two matches before the World Cup are the only ones they can contest. Yes, they have the IPL, but each player has a unique position to play.

KL Rahul has lost three matches in a row, but the Indian captain has given him his vote of confidence. We expect him to keep his spot in the side, with Rohit Sharma serving as the other opener in this match.

In the previous match, Ishan Kishan batted at number three, bringing Kohli to number four. Virat Kohli is simply one of the strongest batsmen in this style of the game, so it would be important to see how that trend persists. For the time being, we feel Ishan Kishan will continue to have chances to shine.

Right now, Rishab Pant seems to be a lock at number five, leaving Shreyas Iyer hopelessly out of place. It’s difficult for him, but his place seems to be the one in jeopardy right now. To try to bring more strength to the side, the team management could substitute Iyer with Suryakumar Yadav.

Hardik Pandya has returned to the team as an all-rounder, and the bowling lineup of Sundar, Bhuvaneshwar, Chahal, and Thakur seems to be set as well. India’s bowling lineup isn’t the best in the world. Bumrah, Jadeja, and Shami are all absent.

Perhaps Navdeep Saini will be given the chance to add some speed to the attack and imitate England’s performance.

India’s top eleven, batting lineup, and bowling lineup are all in trouble, and they are without their best bowlers. Virat Kohli, on the other hand, is in fine form, Rohit Sharma is back, and the conditions are more favourable to India than they are to England.


Mark Wood’s outstanding results at the top set the tone for England. He cheaply dismissed both openers before adding a third wicket later in the innings. His quick bowling has unsettled the Indian batsmen, and the impact of his return on England’s attack was instant.

Adil Rashid, Jofra Archer, Chris Jordan, Ben Stokes, and Sam Curran complete a potent bowling attack. England’s strategy has been to strike the batsmen with pace and leg-spin in the first few overs.

The task of keeping things close in the centre has been assigned to Stokes and Curran.

This attack has tremendous wicket-taking ability, as shown by the fact that they have taken three or more wickets in the powerplay in each of their wins.

Unless one of the players is injured, England’s bowling attack does not need any adjustments.

Jos Buttler was the star of the batting show. Buttler, Roy, and Bairstow are all in excellent condition right now. These three batsmen are all hostile against spin and tough to bowl at.

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