Call 11: England vs India, 2nd T20I – India to hit more than 14.5 fours
Difficulty Level: Medium
The first match clearly demonstrated that India is far more comfortable facing England’s powerplay bowling than England is facing India’s powerplay bowling. And powerplay is where you’ll find a lot of fours.
In addition, regardless of strategy or personnel, India will always be a four-hitting team rather than a six-hitting team. Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Suryakumar Yadav, and Dinesh Karthik are all excellent boundary hitters irrespective of batting position. They thrive at piercing gaps and striking through the ground.
In nine of the previous ten games, India has scored 15 or more boundaries, and in the series opener at Southampton, they found the fence an amazing 23 times.
All these form the foundation of our prediction: India will hit more than 14.5 fours.