India have won each of their two multi-game bilateral men’s T20I series against West Indies, those victories coming in 2018 and 2019. West Indies have lost seven of their last eight bilateral men’s T20I series (W1), their only success in that span coming in a 2-1 triumph over Bangladesh (December 2018). India have won their last six men’s T20Is on the bounce against the West Indies, after winning just two of their seven completed matches prior (L5). West Indies have lost eight of their nine men’s T20Is in 2019 (W1), only in 2018 (L10, W4) have they endured more defeats in a calendar year in the format. India have lost just two of their last 17 bilateral men’s T20I series (W12, D3), those defeats coming against New Zealand (2-1) and Australia (2-0) earlier in 2019. This will be the seventh men’s T20I at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai; West Indies have won each of their two matches there against India and England respectively – one of two defeats India have been handed in their three matches at the venue (W1). Rohit Sharma (India) has scored the most runs (425) of any player against the West Indies in men’s T20I history; his average of 47.2 is only bettered by Babar Azam (57.6) amongst players to have batted 10+ innings against them. Kieron Pollard (953) needs 47 runs to become the fourth West Indies player to score 1,000 runs in men’s T20Is (Chris Gayle, Marlon Samuels and Dwayne Bravo); he scored 58 the last time he faced India (6 August 2019). India’s Krunal Pandya has been hit for 19 sixes in men’s T20I matches in 2019, 10 more than any other bowler from either side in this fixture, Keemo Paul (9) is the West Indies bowler who has been hit for the most sixes in 2019 (India’s Navdeep Saini also 9). Evin Lewis has a batting dot ball rate of 52% in men’s T20I cricket in 2019, the only player from a Test playing nation to have faced 60+ balls and have a rate over 50%.