India's predicted XI for the 4th T20I against West Indies

The new opening pair of Team India, Rohit Sharma and Suryakumar Yadav was looking in good touch in this ongoing series. However, Rohit Sharma was doubtful for the 4th T20I against West Indies as he suffered a minor back injury in the previous game but was soon declared to be fit for the upcoming fixture. Suryakumar Yadav hasn't produced an eye-catching knock since his fabulous ton against England but in the previous game, the right-handed batter showed his class and proved his worth once again with the bat.

Shreyas Iyer hasn't been much effective with the bat in the England series and the ongoing series as well. In his last outing, Shreyas Iyer was seen struggling to find his rhythm when he made a crucial 100-run stand with Suryakumar Yadav. However, he has to make a mark in the next two games or else the right-handed batter has to warm the bench in the Asia Cup 2022. Rishabh Pant looked in different touch in the previous battle as he played a quiet and calm inning after the dismissal of Suryakumar Yadav. Despite playing a little bit slow, the left-handed batter has managed to pull his team to the victory line. Deepak Hooda has been included in the side as Team India suffered a middle-order batter in the first two games. Dinesh Karthik will continue to be on the side for his services by coming down the order.

Hardik Pandya played a crucial role in the previous match, as at one stage West Indies were looking to build a huge opening partnership before the Baroda all-rounder provided the first breakthrough for his skipper. On the other side, Ravichandran Ashwin gave good support for the right-arm pacer as he contained runs on the other end which helped the side to build pressure on the opposition batters.