India will characteristic for the fourth time in a T20 World Cup semifinal when it takes on England on the Adelaide Oval on Thursday.
The Males in Blue will come into the competition having topped Group 2 with 4 wins in 5 matches. India began its marketing campaign with an exciting four-wicket win over archrival Pakistan on the Melbourne Cricket Floor, due to Virat Kohli’s match-winning unbeaten 53-ball 82. Rohit Sharma’s males then steamrolled Netherlands by 56 runs earlier than struggling their their solely defeat within the Tremendous 12s to South Africa.
India emerged victorious in one more thriller, edging previous its neighbour Bangladesh by simply 5 runs in a rain-affected match. It then ended its Tremendous 12 marketing campaign on a excessive, thrashing Zimbabwe by 71 runs.
INDIA T20 WORLD CUP SUPER 12 RESULTS
Beat Pakistan by 4 wickets – (Melbourne; October 23)
Beat Netherlands by 56 runs – (Perth; October 27)
Misplaced to South Africa by 5 wickets – (Perth; October 30)
Beat Bangladesh by 5 runs (D/L methodology) – (Adelaide; November 2)
Beat Zimbabwe by 71 runs – (Melbourne; November 6)
INDIA TOP RUN-SCORERS IN SUPER 12
INDIA TOP WICKET-TAKERS IN SUPER 12
|Bowler||Matches||Wickets||Financial system Fee||Common||Finest|
INDIA IN T20 WORLD CUP KNOCKOUTS
Winner of the inaugural version of the T20 World Cup in 2007, India will characteristic in a knockout match of the match for the primary time since 2016. The Males in Blue suffered an early exit within the 2021 version within the UAE. After successful the title in 2007, India failed to succeed in the knockouts in three consecutive editions (2009, 2010, 2012). In 2014, it reached the ultimate however stumbled on the final hurdle in opposition to Sri Lanka.
|12 months||Fixture||Opposition||End result||Venue|
|2007||Semifinal||Australia||Gained by 15 runs||Durban|
|2007||Remaining||Pakistan||Gained by 5 runs||Johannesburg|
|2014||Semifinal||South Africa||Gained by six wickets||Mirpur|
|2014||Remaining||Sri Lanka||Misplaced by six wickets||Mirpur|
|2016||Semifinal||West Indies||Misplaced by seven wickets||Wankhede|