India is all set to play three-match T20I series against West Indies in their home. Both West Indies and India will look forward to giving their 100% in this series because every series before the T20 world cup is very crucial for both teams.
At the same time, both teams will also look forward to completing the gaps remaining in their team and strategy. So, in this article, we will see head-to-head stats between West Indies and India in T20Is.
- Matches won – India has an upper hand in this stat as they have won 13 matches against West Indies whereas West Indies have won only 6. India is quite strong when it comes to winning percentage but the T20 format is something which is always liked by West Indies.
- Matches lost – matches won by West Indies are the matches lost by India against them and the same goes for West Indies. So, India has lost 6 while West Indies have lost 13.
- India’s highest total against West Indies – India has scored the highest total of 244/4 against West Indies which is the highest score by the Indian team against West Indies in T20Is.
- West Indies’ highest score against India – it is quite a coincidence that in the same match West Indies have also scored the highest score against India in T20Is. West Indies scored a total of 245/6 against India in T20Is.
- Most runs for India against West Indies – Indian captain Rohit Sharma is the top scorer against West Indies in T20Is. He has scored 585* runs against West Indies so far.
- Most runs for West Indies against India – West Indies captain Nicolas Pooran is the top scorer against India in T20Is. He has scored 335* runs against India so far.
- Most wickets for India against West Indies – Indian right-arm swing bowler, Bhuvneshwar Kumar is the highest wicket-taker for India against West Indies in T20Is. Kumar has 10* wickets against West Indies so far.
- Most wickets for West Indies against India – West Indies left-arm fast bowler Sheldon Cottrell is the highest wicket-taker for West Indies against India in T20Is. Cottrell has 9 wickets against India so far.