West Indies vs India 2nd Test Queens Park Oval Trinidad Live Cricket Score Commentary

IND vs WI 2nd Test: Today the fifth day of the Port of Spain Test is to be played between India and West Indies. The West Indies team will start playing ahead of 76 runs for 2 wickets in their second innings. There is a target of 365 runs for the victory in front of the Caribbean team. In this way West Indies will have to score 289 runs on the last day to win the match. At present Tegnarayan Chanderpaul and Jermaine Blackwood are at the crease for the West Indies. While captain Craig Braithwaite and Kirk McKenzie have returned to the pavilion. Ravi Ashwin got both the successes for India.

Will the West Indies batsmen play to win the match?

Will the Caribbean batsmen go on to win the match or play out a draw on the final day? However, seeing the way the West Indies batsmen were batting on the fourth day, it is believed that Kraigg Brathwaite’s team is playing for a draw. However, it will be fun to see what kind of mindset the West Indies team will take on the field on the fifth day. At the same time, if we talk about the Indian team led by Rohit Sharma, then we will have to take 8 wickets to win. Apart from this, Indian fans will hope that the weather will cooperate.

How will be the weather pattern in Port of Spain on the fifth day?

It rained intermittently on the fourth day of the India-West Indies Test. But it will be interesting to see how the weather pattern remains on the fifth day. On the other hand, talking about this match, after losing the toss, Team India scored 438 runs after going to bat first. In response to which West Indies’ first innings was reduced to 255 runs. Mohammad Siraj took the maximum 5 wickets for India. However, the West Indies team is playing the second innings. West Indies’ score is 76 runs for 2 wickets after the end of the fourth day’s play. Indian bowlers would like to dismiss 8 West Indies batsmen. However, for this it will be necessary that the rain does not disturb the match. Along with this, Indian bowlers got opportunities to do enough overs.

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