In Cricket, India will look forward to continue its winning spree as they face England in the third T20 match at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad tomorrow. Powered by a fearless half-century on debut by Ishan Kishan India made a roaring comeback in the second T20 yesterday and defeated England by seven wickets to level the series. However, India need to iron out some issues at the top of the order as KL Rahul failed to fire in both games so far. Rahul who scored one run in two matches, may get replaced by vice-captain Rohit Sharma at the top of the batting order.
England, meanwhile, batted well chasing a small total in the first game, but could not set a large target for India in the second game. Mark Wood is likely to make a return in the team and will most probably replace the misfiring Tom Curran. Their batting line-up is a stable one, but England will be hoping that someone apart from Jason Roy, who has gotten out just short of half-centuries in both matches, will put their hand up and play a big knock.