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The series of two Tests, three ODIs and five T20 matches between India vs West Indies (IND vs WI Series) will start from next month.
The series of two Tests, three ODIs and five T20 matches between India vs West Indies (IND vs WI Series) is to be played from next month. At the same time, the Indian team is going to visit West Indies after a long time. First of all, Test matches will be played between the two teams from 7th July. After that the ODI is to be played from 27th July and the last T20 series from 3rd August. Captain Rohit Sharma can achieve a special achievement on this tour. Actually, he can become Sixer King (Most Sixes in International Cricket) by leaving Chris Gayle in the matter of hitting sixes.
Let us tell you that Indian cricket team captain Rohit Sharma can break the record of former veteran player Chris Gayle in terms of hitting the most sixes in international cricket on the West Indies tour. Actually, the most sixes in international cricket are in the name of former West Indies explosive batsman Chris Gayle and Rohit Sharma is second in the list. At the same time, India’s tour of West Indies is very big, due to which it seems that Rohit can become Sixer King.
Batsman with most sixes in international cricket
Significantly, Chris Gayle has hit 553 sixes in 551 innings of 483 matches in all formats of international cricket. While Rohit Sharma has hit 527 sixes in 461 innings of 441 matches. However, Rohit needs 26 sixes to equal Gayle and 27 sixes to become the Sixer King. Although so many matches are to be played for both the teams and looking at Rohit’s previous figures, it seems that he will become Sixer King.
At the same time, the name of former Pakistani captain Shahid Afridi is at the third place in this list. He has hit 476 sixes. At the same time, Brendon McCullum of New Zealand is in fourth place with 398 sixes. On the other hand, New Zealand’s Martin Guptill is fifth in this list with 383 sixes.
|Chris Gayle (WI)||553|
|Rohit Sharma (IND)||527|
|Shahid Afridi (PAK)||476|
|Brendon McCullum (NZ)||398|
|Martin Guptill (NZ)||]383|