Here is a look at Rajasthan Royals and Royal Challengers Bangalore, the two last-placed franchises in the 2019 edition.
Bumrah and Chahal have 52 T20I wickets apiece, the same as Ashwin’s tally. No Indian has more wickets than these three.
Kohli needs a single run to become the leading run-scorer in T20I history, while Bumrah and Chahal race to secure the top wicket-taker’s spot for India.
After racing each other for well over a year, Virat (2,263), the leading run-scorer in T20I history, now leads Rohit (2,262) by just one run.
Chahal needs 1 wicket to become the leading T20I wicket-taker in Indian history, while only 3 runs separate Rohit and Kohli, the two leading run-scorers in T20I history.
India won the opening T20I, but West Indies can hit back if their bowlers can tighten up.
Chahal needs 3 wickets to become the leading T20I wicket-taker in Indian history. He is currently 1 wicket behind Bumrah and 2 behind Ashwin.
Chahal needs a solitary wicket to become the 3rd Indian to take 50 T20I wickets. He also stands with a chance to go past Bumrah (51) and Ashwin (52), the only Indians ahead of him.
Rohit Sharma will become the second male cricketer to play a 100 T20Is, after Shoaib Malik. He also needs 48 runs to become the first to score 2,500 runs in Men’s T20Is.
Having lost the first T20I (and their unbeaten record) against Bangladesh, India will now aim to square the series at Rajkot.