India vs England, T20 World Cup Semi-Final 2: The Indian men are set to face England on Thursday (November 10) at 1:30 PM. It’s the second semi-final game of the ongoing ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 and will be played at the Adelaide Oval in Australia.
India, after a disappointing run in the 2021 edition, are here in the semi-final. The side topped the Group 2 points table and booked their spot.
On the other hand, it’s their third consecutive semi-final appearance for England. The side has done well in group-stage and are here after finishing second in the points table.
As India vs England contest is at the edge, here’s the pitch report and more, from the Adelaide Oval.
India vs England T20 World Cup Semi-Final 2: Adelaide Pitch Report, Team Records at Adelaide Oval
It’s a batting pitch at the Adelaide Oval to say, but is better suited for pacers, as most of the Australian pitches do.
Based on the last five T20 games played at the venue, the average first innings score has been around 164, and the average total score varied around 155. 80% of the toss-winning captains opted to bowl first. Although, 80% of the teams won the game while batting first.
Until now, the Adelaide Oval has hosted 11 T20Is. However, India have played two T20Is, while England has played only one T20I, at this particular venue. Here are the tables explaining the team records at the Adelaide Oval, ahead of India vs England game.
India’s record at the Adelaide Oval:
|Australia vs India||India won by 37 runs||2016|
|2||Bangladesh vs India||India won by 5 runs (D/L method)||
England’s record at the Adelaide Oval:
England played a T20I against Australia back in 2011 and won the game by merely one wicket.
India vs England: Pakistan make it into final
The semi-final 1 between New Zealand and Pakistan is over and Pakistan have made it into the final of the T20 World Cup 2022. The Babar Azam-led men beat the 2021 runner-ups by seven wickets to continue their dreamy run.
Besides, the final will be played on November 13, between Pakistan and the winner of India vs England, semi-final 2, at the historic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).
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