India vs West Indies Match Prediction Who Will Win U19 World Cup Final 2016. The final match of ICC Under-19 World Cup 2016 schedule to play between India and West Indies team on Sunday 14th February 2016 at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur. Get the full details of U19 World Cup Match Prediction with cricinfo live score ball by ball coverage and cricket live commentary here at cricfrog.com
The ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2016 is going to close the drapery and one group will lift the flatware when India and West Indies will bolt horns at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur, Dhaka, on Sunday. India’s stunning reputation and an unbeaten keep running in the competition makes mentor Rahul Dravid’s young men overpowering top picks to vanquish the West Indies in the last of the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup in Mirpur on Sunday (February 14). India are on a 15-match winning streak subsequent to losing to England in the quarter-last of the past version in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) two years prior. They have won 20 of their 21 one-day matches since January 2014. This is the fifth time India have entered the summit conflict of U-19 World Cup. They won the title thrice (2000, 2008, 2012). It has been just about 33 years since India defeated West Indies in the World Cup last under the authority of Kapil Dev at the Lord’s. Here are the two countries which will confront one another in a uber occasion last after such a variety of years in the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup. India U19 have traveled into the last for the fifth time and think about what, they have effectively won it thrice. The last time they had won the competition was in 2012 and it was Unmukt Chand who lifted the trophy. India U19 have been on a rampaging keep running in the continuous ICC U19 World Cup. They have whipped whoever have come in their way to achieve the last. Their street to the last was somewhat simple. Interestingly, India U19 have not lost an amusement following the time when Rahul Dravid has been delegated as the mentor. Sarfaraz Khan has been the star for India in this progressing World Cup. Wicket-guardian batsman Rishabh Pant is not far away either, as he too has scored a great deal of keeps running in this competition. Avesh Khan and Mayank Dagar have knocked down some pins sublimely in this competition for India U19, while the previous being one of the most noteworthy wicket-takers in the competition.
India vs West Indies Match Prediction Who Will Win U19 World Cup Final 2016
India will win the toss and chose to ball first later they will fail to chase the target and West Indies will win the match.
West Indies U19 have staggered the host Bangladesh on Thursday to sneak into the last of the competition. They have been vanquished just once in this opposition. Britain U19 showed signs of improvement of West Indies in a Group C match. That was a major annihilation (by 61 runs) undoubtedly. However, Shimron Hetmyer’s side has skiped back firmly and now they have made it to the last of the ICC U19 World Cup, where they will confront an intensely hot India. Alzarri Joseph and Chemar Holder are the two West Indian quicks who have driven the Caribbean knocking down some pins assault from the front. It will enthusiasm to perceive how the Indian top-request batsmen play against these quicks. Ishan Kishan, Rishabh Pant, Anmolpreet Singh, Sarfaraz Khan are assaulting players. It is exceptionally improbable that they are going to change their methodologies against West Indies on Sunday. The wicket is likely going to help the bowlers pretty much as it has done in the past recreations. Group batting first ought to have most likely however bat first. This will be one hell of an experience on Sunday!
India U19 Team Squad: Ishan Kishan (c), Rishabh Pant (vice-capt), Khaleel Ahmed, Zeeshan Ansari, Rahul Batham, Ricky Bhui, Mayank Dagar, Armaan Jaffer, Sarfaraz Khan, Amandeep Khare, Avesh Khan, Mahipal Lomror, Shubham Mavi, Anmolpreet Singh, Washington Sundar.
West Indies U19 Team Squad: Squad: Shimron Hetmyer (c), Keacy Carty, Shahid Crooks, Michael Frew, Jyd Goolie, Chemar K Holder, Tevin Imlach, Ryan John, Alzarri Joseph, Kirstan Kallicharan, Keemo Paul, Gidron Pope, Odean Smith, Shamar Springer, Emmanuel Stewart.