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WI vs IND: Commencement of the third T20I encounters a delay because ground staff forgot to mark 30-yard circle

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At Providence Stadium in Guyana, the third Twenty20 International of the series pits India against West Indies. Rovman Powell, the captain of the West Indies, chose to bat first after winning the toss. But for some strange reason, the ground crew neglected to mark the 30-yard circle on the playing field, delaying the start of the game. The game’s start delayed by a few minutes as a result of the umpires and players having to leave the middle after making their way there.

Notably, during the Test series, Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin brought up the subpar infrastructure in the West Indies. The 36-year-old made a point about the subpar practice nets available to shed light on the declining standard of cricket in the nation.

India has made two changes to their starting XI as they are keen to win the third T20I. Ishan Kishan, the wicketkeeper batsman, has been benched in favor of Yashasvi Jaiswal, a new talent, and wrist spinner Ravi Bishnoi has been replaced by Kuldeep Yadav.

Hardik Pandya, India’s captain, would be desperate to avoid having the disgraceful record under his name. India is on the danger of losing their first T20I series against West Indies since 2017. The all-rounder has received criticism for his actions thus far in the series because he didn’t bowl Yuzvendra Chahal’s entire allotted number of overs in the second T20I.

In the third T20I, Kuldeep Yadav reduces the rate of scoring for the West Indies

In the third game, West Indies openers Brandon King and Kyle Mayers contributed 55 runs for the first wicket, which caused the Indian bowlers to once again struggle.

When Axar Patel fired Mayers (25 off 20), he ended the potentially hazardous alliance for India. By taking three wickets, Kuldeep Yadav was able to halt West Indies’ score as well. as 15 overs, West Indies were on 106/4 as the left-arm spinner claimed the prized scalps of Johnson Charles (12 off 14), Nicholas Pooran (20 off 12), and Brandon King (42 off 42). Kuldeep completed fifty wickets in T20Is with final statistics of 3/28 in four overs.

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