Last updated: November 09 2022 18:27 Indochina Time
After a ten-year hiatus, India England will meet in T20 Globalism The trophy and stage combinations are set for a massive showdown. On Thursday, Rohit Sharma’s men will be looking to reach the finals and lift this coveted trophy for the second time. England will have to be at their best to beat India at the jam-packed Adelaide Oval.
The two teams have met only three times in the history of the T20 World Cup – in 2007, 2009 and 2012. India has the upper hand in the confrontation scenario with two wins out of the three confrontations. The most memorable match was in 2007, when India’s Yuvraj Singh beat Stewart Broad by six seconds, resulting in India’s stunning victory.
for India, Virat Kohli He was in great shape with the bats in the tournament, dominating the scoring tables with 246 times in 5 matches. The sensational Suryakumar Yadav is second on the list with 225 hits averages over 193. Meanwhile, England are struggling with injury, with former world No. 1 hitter David Malan already disqualified and fast bowler Mark Wood against. The time to get the green light.
Regardless of injuries, Joss Butler will support his team to dominate the all-important semi-final. Will India reach the final or will it see its way to the end?
IND vs. ENG head to head
India and England have met three times in the T20 World Cup soccer tournaments. Of these three matches, England have won one while India have won on the other two occasions.
IND vs. ENG: What happened last time?
The last time the two teams met in a T20I World Cup match was back in 2012 when India secured a 90-round victory over England in Colombo.
T20I World Cup Final Collision Results
- India won 90 rounds in 2012
- England won three games in 2009
- India won 18 rounds in 2007
This is the Adelaide Oval (T20I) place record
- Total matches played: 14
- Matches won by batting teams first: 7
- Matches won by batting teams for second place: 6
- Highest total: 233/2 (20 plus) by AUS vs. SL
- Lowest total: 117/10 (20 amounts) by ZIM vs. NED