Watch India vs West Indies Champions Trophy 2013 Live Streaming 11th June 2013. IND v WI Live Streaming in ICC Champions Trophy 2013. ESPN Star Cricket will telecast India vs West Indies CT 2013 Match Live Online. The Kennington Oval in London will host match 6 of the ICC Champions Trophy when the India meet the West Indies in a Group B clash. Both sides will be confident after starting the tournament with victories, although on paper India should have the match won with ease.
India vs West Indies Live Stream Champions Trophy 2013
India will be flying high after their convincing win over South Africa in the opening match of the tournament. In particular the opening pair of Dhawan and Sharma, who put on an opening stand of 127 runs. They looked in solid form, although they might find the Kennington Oval pitch slightly more challenging than the belter they had at Sophia Gardens. The world champions will hope for a better showing from their middle order, who failed to capitalize on a superb start, once wont expect the likes of Dhoni to miss out twice in a row. Their pace attack leaked some runs against South Africa, while the spin duo of Jadeja and Ashwin kept things in check. It will be interesting to see how the India top order copes against the pace of Kemar Roach.
The West Indies bowling did a great job to restrict Pakistan to 170 last time out, and were nearly let down by their batting in chasing the small target. Chris Gayle will enjoy the extra pace on offer from the likes of Roach and Yadav, having struggled against the Pakistan bowing who have a much higher skill level with the ball. Pollard showed good resolve last time out, to bat out of character the way he did. He will be hoping for a much better start, which will allow him to play more to his destructive style of batting. Many a cricket lover will be hoping to see Narine versus Chris Gayle, which will be an exceptional contest.
Head to Head
The head to head makes for some interesting reading, West Indies have a win percentage of 54% against India, the figure drops to a low 25% when looking at matches played the last 5 years between the sides, showing India’s dominance over the Caribbean side.