India will host West Indies for 3 T20Is. The first of these will be played at Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Uppal, Hyderabad. Ahead of the series, here is a statistical preview.
1.6 win-loss ratio of India against West Indies (8 wins, 5 defeats).
3 wickets needed by Yuzvendra Chahal (50) to go past R Ashwin (52) and become the leading wicket-taker for India in T20Is. Jasprit Bumrah has 51.
3 men have led West Indies so far against India in T20Is – Chris Gayle, Darren Sammy, and Carlos Brathwaite. Kieron Pollard will be the 4th.
6 consecutive wins for India against West Indies.
22 venues have so far held T20Is on Indian soil. Uppal will be the 23rd. The only scheduled match here so far was in 2016-17 between India and Australia, but rain had prevented any play that day.
26 runs needed by KL Rahul (974) to become the 8th Indian and 57th overall to score 1,000 T20I runs.
36 catches for both Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma. Only Suresh Raina (42) has more catches among Indian non-wicketkeepers.
47 runs needed by Kieron Pollard (953) and 86 by Lendl Simmons (914) to reach 1,000 T20I runs. Whoever become the 4th West Indian and 57th overall to get there.
50 runs needed by Kohli (2,450) to become the 2nd cricketer to score 2,500 T20I runs. Kohli also needs 90 to go past Rohit (2,539) and become the leading run-scorer in T20I history, though Rohit will play here as well.
59 defeats for West Indies in T20Is, the 3rd-most. One more will bring them level with Bangladesh (60), joint-2nd. Only Sri Lanka (61) have lost more T20Is.
75 runs needed by Rohit (425) to reach 500 runs against West Indies. If he does that, Rohit will become the 2nd batsman in T20I history to do this. Kohli has 584 against Australia, while nobody else has more than 471. Rohit also has 452 runs against Bangladesh.