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INDvWI: Virat Sena will come down with the intention of winning the series, bowlers will have to improve in the second T20

With a record half-century from captain Virat Kohli, India won by six wickets in the first T20 of the series against the West Indies. In the second match on Sunday, the Indian team will enter the series with an intention of making a name for themselves by performing better in bowling and fielding.
Team India won the first T20 series of the season by beating Bangladesh 2–1 last month. A win on Sunday will not only give a chance to register a second successive win in the shortest format on home ground but also to experiment with team combinations for next year’s T20 World Cup. Those players who do not have a confirmed place in the team can also be tried.

On Friday, India registered a seventh win against the West Indies. The Indian team achieved a target of 208 runs in 18.4 overs in T20 cricket, their biggest win in that format chasing the target. Lokesh Rahul scored 62 off 40 balls while Virat Kohli played a career-best 94 not out.

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