India vs West Indies, 3rd T20I Toss Report & Playing XI: Rahul Chahar Makes T20 Debut As IND Opt to Bowl vs WI
Shimron Hetmyer (L) of West Indies walks off the field dismissed by Navdeep Saini of India during the 1st T20i match between West Indies and India at Central Broward Regional Park Stadium in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on August 3, 2019 (Photo Credits: Getty)

India will aim for a clean slate when they face West Indies in the third and final Twenty20 game of a three-match T20 series at the Providence Stadium in Guyana. India has already sealed the T20 series and currently leads 2-0 with the third game yet to be played. Meanwhile, India skipper Virat Kohli has won the toss and elected to field first in the 3rd T20I game. young spinner Rahul Chahar is making his India debut, while KL Rahul and Deepak Chahar have also been included in the playing XI. West Indies vs India Cricket Score 3rd I T20 Match.

Vice-captain Rohit Sharma has been rested for the third T20I game as is Ravindra Jadeja and Khaleel Ahmed. Rohit himself has opted to rest for the dead-rubber informed Kohli at the toss. The Indian skipper had also mentioned after the second game that with the series clinched, team India will look to test their bench strength in the final T20I game at Guyana.

Take a Look At the Playing XI of Both Teams

West Indies (Playing XI): Sunil Narine, Evin Lewis, Nicholas Pooran(w), Kieron Pollard, Shimron Hetmyer, Carlos Brathwaite(c), Rovman Powell, Keemo Paul, Sheldon Cottrell, Oshane Thomas, Fabin Allen.

India (Playing XI): Shikhar Dhawan, KL Rahul, Virat Kohli(c), Manish Pandey, Rishabh Pant(w), Krunal Pandya, Rahul Chahar, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Washington Sundar, Navdeep Saini, Deepak Chahar.

The Virat Kohli-led side beat West Indies by four wickets in the opening T20 clash in Florida before overcoming the hosts by 22 runs in a rain-curtailed second T20 game at the same Stadium a day later.  India vs West Indies Live Cricket Score 3rd T20I 2019 Match.

Debutant Navdeep Saini was the star for India in the first game with the Delhi youngster smashing several records after finishing with figures of 3/17 from 4 overs, which included a maiden 20th over. His exploits left the Windies at 95/9 in 20 overs and although India nearly made a meal off the low-scoring chase, vital contributions from the lower-order helped them take a 1-0 lead.

Vice-captain Rohit Sharma was then instrumental in guiding India to post 167/5 in their second game. Rohit hit a half-century, while Krunal Pandya’s all-round performance saw India defeat West India by 22 runs via the DLS method in a rain-threatened game. West Indies could only post 98/4 in 15.3 overs which wasn’t enough for them to keep the series alive.