India vs England U19 Final Live Telecast, ENG U19 vs IND U19 Live Score, Ball-by-ball commentary, Live Streaming, Match Updates, U19 Cricket World Cup Final 2022. When India takes on unbeaten England in the final match of the 2022 ICC U19 World Cup at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in North Sound, Antigua on Saturday, February 5, they will be aiming for a record-breaking fifth championship in the tournament’s history.
In 2000, India won the World Cup under the captaincy of Mohammad Kaif. Under Kohli’s leadership, they won their second championship in 2008, and Unmukt Chand led them to even greater heights in 2012. The last time India won the World Cup was in 2018, under the captaincy of Prithvi Shaw. In 2020, India made it all the way to the end only to lose to Bangladesh.
After a tense finish in the elimination round against Afghanistan, England will be eager to put an end to their title drought that has lasted for the past 24 years. England, like India, has been unblemished throughout the championship. Tom Prest, the captain, has led from the front with 292 runs at an average of 73, while left-arm bowler Joshua Boyden has taken 13 wickets at an incredible average of 9.53.
Event: U19 World Cup 2022
Date: February 5, 2022
Under-19 World Cup 2022 Final: India vs England U19
Venue: Sri Vivid Richards Stadium, North Sound, Antigua
Time: 01:00 AM GMT, 6:30 PM IST, 09:00 AM Local Time
India U19 Overview
India U-19 have made it to the last match of their tournament without much difficulty, but their journey has been anything from straightforward. In the wake of Covid-19, their team was reduced to just 11 players, down from a total of 17. It’s a testament to their talent that they were so effective despite fielding a weakened team in the group stage.
Since the spinners have already taken 26 wickets in their first five matches, they will be a force to be reckoned with. England, on the other hand, has done a good job of playing spin so far in the campaign, and this would be a difficult task even for Indian spinners. In addition to their spinners, their fast bowlers have performed rather well, particularly in the first few overs of the innings. In this tournament, India have been the fastest team to take their first wicket, and they’d like to replicate that success.
India U-19’s formidable batting order is bolstered by the presence of match-winners across the order. Harnoor Singh and Angkrish Raguvanshi have already made their way into the running. Aside from avoiding wasting fantastic beginnings, they have also often ended their innings with an exclamation point.
In their previous match, they did the same thing, starting poorly but making up for it with some amazing strokeplay. In the forthcoming match, their ability to surge towards the conclusion of the innings will be their most important asset.
India’s U-19 team will be in full strength for this match, and they will be apprehensive of not closing off the competition before the game even starts. They were the Asia Cup champions, and their title match experience should serve them well in this encounter. Assuming they can play to their maximum in this match, it will be extremely tough for us to go past them.
England U19 Overview
In stark contrast to India U-19, England U-19 seldom make the playoffs at this prestigious ICC event. A final appearance at an Under 19 World Cup final for England U-19 was their first since Owais Shah’s reign in 1998. They were the champions in the last edition and expect no less in this one.
Similar to India, England U-19 are now unblemished and deserve a spot in the final based on their performance thus far. They were quite clinical in their defeats over Bangladesh and Afghanistan, particularly in dealing with the spinners. England will be put to the test in their matchup against India as well.
When it comes to English football, Jacob Bethell is a force to be reckoned with at the top. In addition to him, the play of Joshua Boyden with the ball will be critical. During the powerplay, he has taken wickets for England and might play a significant part in preventing India from getting off to a flying start.
All in all, England has aced all of the tournament’s hurdles thus far. If they can manage the Indian spinners, who have all been excellent, they will be in for a treat. As long as they can do that and attack India, England has a very good chance of winning the World Cup for the first time since 1990.
Ind U19 vs Eng U19 Live Telecast 2022
Star Sports 1/HD and Star Sports Select 2/HD to broadcast live coverage of India U19 vs England U19, ICC Under-19 World Cup 2022 in India and its subcontinent. The live streaming online of the U19 Final match will be available on Disney+ Hotstar.
Cricket viewers in the United Kingdom can watch India U19 vs England U19, ICC under-19 world cup final 2022 live telecast on Sky Sports Cricket; the live streaming of the IND v ENG U19 final match will be available on Sky Now and Sky Go App with a premium subscription charges.
In Australia, Foxtel and Kayo Sports will provide the live stream of the Under-19 World Cup Final match between India and England U19 while Fox Sports to broadcast coverage of the final match scheduled to commence on 9:00 AM Local Time, 6:30 PM IST at Sir Vivid Richards Stadium.
Cricket lovers residing in the United States can stay tuned to American’s Sports Television Channel Willow TV to watch the ICC Men’s Under-19 Cricket World Cup Final Match between England U19 and India U19. Moreover, cricket fans can watch the match on Willow Xtra or Willow TV with premium subscription charges (Annual, Monthly).
A Sports HD and PTV Sports HD will broadcast the U19 Cricket World Cup 2022 Final Match in Pakistan as India U19 locks horns with England U19 in the final match of the tournament. The match will start at 6:00 PM PST, 9:00 AM Local Time at Sir Vivid Richards Stadium.
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India vs England U19 Squads
India U19: Angkrish Raghuvanshi, Harnoor Singh, Shaik Rasheed, Yash Dhull(c), Siddarth Yadav, Raj Bawa, Kaushal Tambe, Dinesh Bana(w), Rajvardhan Hangargekar, Vicky Ostwal, Ravi Kumar, Manav Parakh, Nishant Sindhu, Aneeshwar Gautam, Aaradhya Yadav, Garv Sangwan
England U19: Tom Prest (c), Rehan Ahmed, Tom Aspinwall, Sonny Baker, Nathan Barnwell, George Bell, Jacob Bethell, Josh Boyden, James Coles, Alex Horton, Will Luxton, James Rew, James Sales, Fateh Singh, George Thomas.