England vs India 3rd-T20I: Dream XI, TV listing and moreLast updated on Jul 08, 2018, 01:16 pm
India and England face each other in the third and final T20I in Bristol on Sunday.
The 3-match series is tied at 1-1 and India would be looking to gain control and clinch another T20I series.
When it comes to T20I series deciders, India have won five successive trophies after being in this position.
England will be hoping to continue their good work.
England have momentum with them
Momentum will be with England when they go into the third tie.
The Englishmen clinched the previous one with five wickets to spare.
Eoin Morgan's side will be counting on the home conditions and the form of the bowling attack, which was exceptional at Cardiff.
Everything said, all eyes will still be on Jos Buttler, when he opens the batting.
India need Kohli to come good
Virat Kohli has shown that he is in a good touch after hitting an unbeaten 20 and then 47 runs in the second game.
Kohli will be essential, once again, in the middle-order and a lot of hopes will be pinned on him to steer the ship in this crunch encounter.
The likes of MS Dhoni and Hardik Pandya could be crucial as finishers.
What about the bowlers?
England negotiated India's wrist-spinners exceptionally well in the second game and this match would also be determined by the battle between Indian spinners vs English batting. Umesh Yadav has given a decent account of himself. For England, their pacers were brilliant and can cause problems.
Dream XI: Kohli, Buttler get leadership nods
Jos Buttler and Jason Roy are openers of our Fantasy XI and the former comes into the side as a wicket-keeper and our vice-captain.
The English wicket-keeper could be ominous atop and promises points.
Lokesh Rahul will follow suit at number three and will look to make merry.
Virat Kohli comes in to dictate the middle-order and is our choice as the side's skipper.
Dream XI: Heavy bowling attack provides the base
Hardik Pandya is the all-rounder and provides the balance.
We have then gone with five specialist bowlers with Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal leading the spin attack.
The duo will be joined by an in-form Adil Rashid.
In the pace attack, Umesh Yadav will lend a voice and is supported by Liam Plunkett.
Both are wicket-taking bowlers and can determine the power-plays.
When and where to watch the game?
The match is scheduled for a 6:30 PM IST. The game will be telecast live on the Sony Ten network. One can also stream it live on the Sony LIV app.