India vs England Cricket Match ICC T20 World Cup Semi-final 2

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India vs England

India vs England T20 World Cup 2022

After defeating Zimbabwe on November 6, India now qualified for the T20 World Cup 2022 Semi-Final. In its previous games, this team competed honorably and persevered through tough challenges. Team India is preparing for their Semi-Final match against England after beating teams from New Zealand, Pakistan, and Bangladesh earlier in the tournament. The T20 World Cup 2022 semi-final match between England and India will occur on Friday, November 10, at 3:00 pm PST/6:30 pm EST/11:00 pm GMT (Midnight).

The highly anticipated India vs. England T20 World Cup Semi-Final will take place on November 10, 2022. This riveting event starts at 1:30 pm IST and is set to take place in Adelaide Oval, Australia.

Fans unable to make it to the game are encouraged to Livestream it from home, where they’ll have full access to player stats and inning-by-inning updates and never miss a moment of this once-in-a-lifetime experience!

Tickets for the massively anticipated semi-final clash between India and England in Adelaide on Thursday (November 9) were sold out almost instantly. Even tickets for flights from Sydney to Adelaide are substantially priced – a flight that was previously worth around $300-$500 has risen to $1,335. Airlines such as Qantas have seen this and raised fares accordingly due to high demand during this period.

India vs England Details of the Match:

  • Match: India VS England 
  • Date: November 10, 2022.
  • Time: 1 pm IST.
  • Venue: Adelaide Oval.

India vs England Semi-Final 2:

Indian Team:

  • 1. Rohit Sharma
  • 2. Suryakumar Yadav
  • 3. Dinesh Karthik
  • 4. R Ashwin
  • 5. Mohammed Shami
  • 6. KL Rahul
  • 7. Virat Kohli
  • 8. Hardik Pandya
  • 9. Axar Patel
  • 10. Bhuvneshwar Kumar
  • 11. Arshdeep Singh

England Team:

  • 1. Alex Hales
  • 2. Harry Brook
  • 3. Adil Rashid
  • 4. Chris Woakes
  • 5. Liam Livingstone
  • 6. Ben Stokes
  • 7. Jos Buttler
  • 8. Mark Wood
  • 9. Sam Curran
  • 10. Moeen Ali
  • 11. Phil Salt

Preview of Match:

India has just beaten Zimbabwe in their last league match to set up a semi-final clash against England, who beat Sri Lanka earlier today. These two teams will be eyeing that final berth, but the way from Adelaide to Melbourne will not be easy. It’s been some time since either team has won a tournament, and they’re both eager for it this year. All the world knows about how talented these two teams are, which makes them exciting contenders when playing each other. This game of cricket should prove to be spectacular for everyone watching!

A Pitch for India vs England:

The pitch at Adelaide Slip is not an easy one to bat on. With the ball sticking to the surface, it became difficult for both sides to bat first and second, respectively. Pitching could be a decisive factor as both captains want to defend a total innings score when they take to bat after the coin toss.

Analysis For Both Teams:


At this point, it would seem that Rohit Sharma-led India has officially clinched the T20 World Cup title. With four wins from five league games and finishing first in their group – it looks as if there isn’t anything standing in their way. In their last match against Zimbabwe, they won by 71 runs, using a solid batting performance led by KL Rahul and Suryakumar Yadav, scoring half-centuries and excellent bowling performances to bowl out Zimbabwe for just 115.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Arshdeep Singh broke through with the new ball. At the same time, Mohammed Shami and Hardik Pandya started well in the middle of the innings. However, until R Ashwin came out, India found success again – he got three wickets for us. Our one worry is that Rohit Sharma has yet to score any runs today – but if we can find someone who can bat well behind him, then we’ll be all set!


England has had their fair share of problems this World Cup. However, they seem to be coming together at the perfect time. Ben Stokes, struggling to make an impactful contribution in recent games, played a knockout match-winning knock of 42*. He also took one wicket from his three overs. The lower middle order wasn’t quite up to par against Sri Lanka; however, England expects players such as Liam Livingstone and Moeen Ali to step up in the critical game against India.

The bowling duo of Mark Wood, Chris Woakes, and Sam Curran have done well so far during this World Cup, while Adil Rashid is also starting to find his rhythm back. All these factors considered, it’s difficult to tell how much England will suffer from Jonny Bairstow’s injury when he may be absent for the semi-final game due to hamstring concerns.

To Conclude:

India looks tough on paper, and they have momentum going into the series. However, England will regret Dawid Malan’s absence after he was injured in the ODI series against Sri Lanka. And while this won’t be an easy series for India, they can rest assured it’ll only get more complicated from here.

ICC World Cup 2022 Live Telecast & Broadcasting:

CountryLive Telecast and Broadcast Channels
IndiaStar Sports network
PakistanPTV Sports and Ten Sports
BangladeshGazi TV (GTV)
Australia and New ZealandYupp TV
South AfricaSuperSport network
The USA and UKHotstar 
Middle EastOSN Sports Cricket

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