West Indies will look up to their experienced players when they lock horns against India in the third and final T20I of the series at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Wednesday. India won the first match in Hyderabad by six wickets while Windies hit back by taking the second clash in Thiruvananthapuram by eight wickets. The two teams will now battle it out in the do-or-die clash at the iconic stadium in the capital city of Maharashtra.
India will have be on guard against three players, who have rich experience of playing at this famous venue. Kieron Pollard, Evin Lewis and Lendl Simmons have represented Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League (IPL) and the trio are likely to trouble India in the series decider.
Opener Lewis has scored 38.66 % of his T20I runs against India (322/833) at an outstanding strike rate of 173.11, which is the best by any batsman with a minimum of 200 runs versus the ‘Men in Blue’. He has also slammed two centuries against India in the shortest format and remains a big threat for the home side.