India vs West Indies 3rd ODI Prediction Who Will Win Tips By CrickBell Today Match Prediction – 27 OCT 2018

West Indies vs India third ODI?

India vs West Indies 3rd ODI Prediction Who Will Win Tips By CrickBell Today Match Prediction - 27 OCT 2018 1

In the second one-day international match between India and the West Indies in Visakhapatnam ended in an exciting tie. The hosts are still 1-0 ahead and they will expand their leadership while taking tourists in the third one-day match on October 27. Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune will be the venue for this match. Live action local time is about to begin at 1:30.

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Toss prediction

The Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium has so far hosted only three one-day internationals, out of which two recently won the first team grounds to be played. However, spinners are expected to get more support from the pitch later in the evening, so the team who wins the toss can bat first.

Indian vs WI Head to Head

Of the 120 one-day international matches played between the two countries, 61 West Indies and 57 have won from India, while 2 have faced Stamelites.

West Indies won only one time in the last ten full ODI meetings against India.

In the previous game of the ongoing series, India batted first and scored 321 on the board. With the boundary of the last ball of the Shadow Hope, the West Indies managed to get the score and the hosts refused to win.

Match played: 120; India win: 57; West Indies win: 61; Tie: 2

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INDIA WILL WIN

India vs West Indies Predictions

The West Indies may not have finished the winners in Vizag, but India was denied its victory in their conditions. Visitors have been impressed with their batting performance so far in this series and if they make their bowling a little bit faster then they can give a tough challenge to this Indian unit. India has clearly missed the services of its Frontline Seamers Jasprit Bumra and Bhubaneswar Kumar, and now with both sides, things should be more difficult for the West Indies. The hosts were troubled by the West Indies counter attack for the second night, but we expect them to be better prepared this time and make a 2-0 lead in the series.

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