Crew India have begun preparations for the fourth T20I towards West Indies, which will probably be performed in Lauderhill, Florida on Saturday (August 6). The Males in Blue are 2-1 within the five-match collection, having clinched the third T20I in St Kitts on Tuesday (August 2) by seven wickets.
On Friday, the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) shared a few photos of the Indian crew from their follow session forward of the fourth match of the collection.
The photographs have been shared with the caption:
“Hi there from Florida, US! 👋 #TeamIndia #WIvIND.”
There have been doubts over the past T20Is being held as per schedule owing to a delay within the visa course of for each groups. Nevertheless, the intervention of Guyanese president Irfaan Ali ensured the paperwork was accomplished in time.
In keeping with experiences, Cricket West Indies (CWI) have been getting ready a contingency plan to carry the final two T20Is within the Caribbean itself, principally in Port-of-Spain. Nevertheless, with the visa difficulty resolved, the tour will go forward as per schedule.
Crew India gamers chill on Miami seashore forward of 4th T20I vs West Indies
Earlier within the day, Indian cricketers shared photos of their enjoyable outing on Miami seashore. All-rounder Hardik Pandya and batters Suryakumar Yadav and Shreyas Iyer shared photographs of themselves having fun with break day the sector forward of the resumption of their battle towards West Indies.
Leg-spinner Ravi Bishnoi additionally shared an image of himself with Kuldeep Yadav and Suryakumar, experiencing the serene fantastic thing about Miami seashore.
Talking of cricket, India and West Indies have confronted one another 4 occasions in Lauderhill. The Males in Blue have received two of these video games and misplaced one, whereas the opposite match produced no consequence.
Chasing a goal of 246, India misplaced the primary T20I by one run throughout their 2016 tour. They received each the matches performed on the venue in 2019, the primary by 4 wickets and the second by 22 runs.