India vs West Indies 3rd ODI Cricket Live Scores 27 Nov Kanpur
West Indies tour of India 2013 will play 2 Test matches and 3 One Day International Matches, India vs West Indies 3rd ODI Match Cricket Live Scores will played at Green Park, Kanpur 27 November 2013 (50-over match). Ind vs Wi 3rd ODI live cricket match, preview and news updates, scores updates, prediction, venues and fixtures, Timetables, date and time, Weather Report, Stadium cricinfo, Pitch Report, cricinfo, India players profile, West Indies players profile,cricinfo ball by ball, ball by ball live commentary, cricinfo ball by ball, Teams Squad for 3rd odi match, Sachin Tendulkar cricinfo, Sachin Tendulkar Retirement, Series Schedule, Ticket Price, live streaming, broadcast channel names, watch online scorecard, live scorecard, Rate of Ticket, points table, match summary, current run rate, partnership, live score board, highlights, full match highlights, 1st Innings highlights, 2nd Innings highlights, India highlights of 3rd ODI match, West Indies highlights, advance booking online of match tickets and much more what are you expecting with us. Cricket Live Score India vs West Indies 2013, 3rd ODI match will play on 27th November 2013, rest details of 3rd ODI match is mentioned below:
India vs West Indies 3rd ODI Match Teams Squad
India vs West Indies 3rd ODI Match Teams Squad is available here. In the 3rd ODI Match Teams Squad of India vs West Indies, MS Dhoni will be the captain of India Team and the DJ Bravo will lead West Indies Team.
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India vs West Indies 3rd ODI Cricket Live Scores Kanpur 27 Nov
West Indies tour of India, India will Play 3rd ODI Match against West Indies. Ind vs Wi 3rd odi match will play at Green Park, Kanpur 27 November 2013 (50-over match). MS Dhoni will lead the team of India and the other side of West Indies DJ Bravo will be the Captain. The 3rd ODI match will start at local time: 09.00 start, First Session 09.00-12.30 Interval 12.30-13.15, Second Session 13.15-16.45 .
Unfavorable bowling conditions had pegged them back in the last match but India will look to assert their supremacy and clinch the series against the West Indies when the two teams clash in the decisive third One-day International on Wednesday. India have been a dominant force in this contest since West Indies’ arrival to the country but the hosts suffered a surprise two-wicket defeat in Visakhapatnam, failing to defend a competitive total under difficult conditions. That victory must have boosted confidence of the West Indies who would now aim to leave the country by pocketing at least the ODI series, following their debacle in the Tests. They, for the first time on this tour, will approach a match with self belief and confidence. For India, it is last international match at home before they embark on a challenging tour against South Africa and they would like to finish this series on a high.
The Indian batting line-up sports a solid look. Barring a few individuals, the batting department is in great form in the recent past. The top three — Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan and Virat Kohli and skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni — have been the real force behind India’s batting. With scores of 86 and 99 in the two matches played so far, Kohli, in particular, has been in scintillating form. But it is the form of Yuvraj Singh and Suresh Raina in the middle order which will be a cause of concern for Dhoni ahead of the series decider. Both Dhawan and Yuvraj have some work to do as they have been throwing their wickets away after getting starts. But Dhoni, who struck a quick-fire 51 in the last to propel India to 288, backed Yuvraj to strike form in the upcoming matches, terming the left-hander as vital cog in India’s middle-order.
“We want Yuvi to do well. He is someone who can bat well at No 4. Someone who can really dominate the oppositions. Last few games, he has struggled a bit. At times it happens when you’re under pressure the 15-20 first deliveries become crucial,” Dhoni had said after the second ODI. All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja, who has been doing a decent job with his slow left-armers, too would be desperate to return among runs. Barring the last match where dew played a major factor, the Indian bowlers have been pretty consistent in the series so far. Pace trio of Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mohammed Shami and Mohit Sharma leaked runs in Visakhapatnam. Dew did not help their cause as they struggled to grip the ball and handed out loose deliveries to the West Indies batsmen. And come Wednesday, the trio would be hoping to make up in better conditions.
The spin duo of Ravichandran Ashwin and Jadeja, as usual, has been miser with the ball and the two bowlers would like to carry on their good show to help India clinch the series. Dhoni would also be hoping for an improved showing from fielders as they dropped as many as four catches in the last match. West Indies, on the other hand, did just enough to secure the win in the second match. Kieran Powell, who has replaced injured Chris Gayle in the playing eleven, Darren Bravo, Lendl Simmons and Darren Sammy scored crucial half-centuries to help the Caribbean side in securing their maiden win on the tour. However, one thing which would be worrying skipper Dwayne Bravo is his batsmen’s inability to convert the starts into big scores and come tomorrow he would be hoping for a substantial contribution from one of his top-order batsmen.
Even though bowling still remains a concern for West Indies, the visiting bowling attack played a key role in keeping the series alive with an improved showing towards the end of the last match to restrict India to 288, who at one stage were on 194 for 3 in the 36th over, with Kohli on course for an 18th ODI century. Ravi Rampaul, Jason Holder and Sunil Narine pulled the visitors back. Narine bowled his last five overs in the last match for just eight runs, bowling two maidens while Rampaul took the wickets. Despite Dhoni’s assault towards the end, a total of 95 in the last 15 overs meant a manageable chase, which became easier as the dew got heavier. With the series-decider being a day match, toss would play a crucial role and the team winning the toss would definitely like to exploit the early morning conditions of the Green Park stadium. The two captains, however, would be cautious as they don’t know what to expect from the pitch at the stadium, which is hosting an international match after nearly four years.
The last time Green Park hosted an international affair was a Test match between India and Sri Lanka in November 2009 which the hosts comfortably won. A motivated West Indies team will be eyeing a series victory as they play against India in the third and final One-Day International (ODI) at Kanpur. The visitors, till the second ODI, looked completely out of sorts with their batting. The exit of Chris Gayle only made things difficult. The batsmen, though, finally managed to stick together and dragged themselves past the finish line. Nevertheless a win is a win as they have gained the self-belief to challenge one more time to make for a much closer contest at Kanpur. From India’s perspective, it was a wake-up call. A first innings total of 288, with this batting line-up was still short. Apart from Virat Kohli’s purple patch and MS Dhoni’s blitzkrieg, the other batsmen couldn’t capitalise and regular wickets just stifled their increasing run-rate. Yuvraj Singh has also attracted some eyeballs due to his dry run. It’s unfair to take any extreme stand on Yuvraj considering that he is a match-winner and even in low form he can keep his team in the game with his all-round skills. Having been selected for the tour of South Africa, the southpaw has received the backing and time he needs to set himself right. The final ODI will be a good stage for him to get back the flow before facing a much tougher opposition in foreign conditions. The same is the case with Suresh Raina.
Not to forget India were well in the game in the second innings as well. The fast bowlers just missed their length and paid the price. That is one aspect which would have been discussed after the loss. It was a team effort for West Indies but two performances set up the victory and they will continue to be a threat in the match ahead — Ravi Rampaul and Darren Sammy. The West Indies captain, in the limited overs format, looks a completely different player making his presence felt with his all-round skill. His lack of technique is no deterrent in timing the ball for big hits. Lower down the order, he showed why he can be a dangerous player especially in chases. With his variations and formidable pace, Rampaul troubled the batsmen consistently. Sunil Narine has always been difficult to tackle. The visitors’ bowling looks settled to challenge the Indian batsmen. The hosts on the other hand have won consistently in the 50-over format and will be tough enough to fight back and give no inch. Despite Sammy and Lendl Simmons sharing a crucial 82-run partnership towards the end, India pulled them back making a comfortable victory into a difficult one. It could have been much closer if the Indian bowlers had not been dealing with the dew factor as well.
Dew did play a huge role and hence winning the toss too was a huge factor. But the third ODI is a day game and the ground will be clear from such problems for the team bowling second. At the same time, India need to rethink their strategies while batting first. Perhaps they look to have developed a fearless and confident mindset for any chase but the same fire diminishes while setting the targets. Coming to team composition, India are unlikely to fiddle around with a well-settled XI good enough to outplay West Indies. Dhoni will prefer to stick with Mohit Sharma (the only change from last game in place of Jaydev Unadkat) despite being expensive. For West Indies, it depends whether they would like to stay with Veerasammy Permaul, who bowled well or bring back Narsingh Deonarine. The rest of the side looks fairly good. With a win in the second ODI, one can expect the visitors to keep the heat on India and an evenly fought battle is on cards.
One-Day International | 2013/14 season
27 November 2013 (50-over match)
Green Park Civil Lines, Kanpur, India
UP Cricket Association, E/23, Ashram Building, PO HN Shastri Nagar, Kamla Nagar, Township, Kanpur – 208 005 (Phone: 0512 – 2240933/2218076)
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India vs West Indies 3rd ODI Match Officials
Umpires AK Chaudhary and RJ Tucker
TV umpire VA Kulkarni
Match referee DC Boon
Reserve umpire K Bharatan
Mainly Clear. Highs 27 to 29C and lows 11 to 11C.
India vs West Indies 2013 Match Schedule and Results
In this Series India and West Indies will play 2 Test Matches and 3 ODI in Nov 06 – Nov 27. India have won the test series by 2–o . India vs West Indies tour fixtures are listed below, You can also visit previous matches by click on links which are following below:
1st Test: India v West Indies at Kolkata
India won by an innings and 51 runs
Nov 14-18, 2013 (09:30 local | 04:00 GMT | 09:00 PKT)
India won by 6 wickets (with 88 balls remaining)
West Indies won by 2 wickets (with 3 balls remaining)
Nov 27, 2013
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