After the end of the ODIs comes a small series of T20 games between England and India, to complete this India tour of the island. These are expected to be the most spectacular games, since the gameplay also helps.
The English won the last ODI by surprise and where they seemed totally indifferent and energetic, they were born again, they won a big victory in front of their audience and made the "break" to the Indians, after being deprived of the big win with the clean 4-0 .
In this series of races, the English bring new faces and a more refined mix trying to refresh the team but also create a different team for the T20 form of the sport than the team they use in tests and ODIs. Players like Jason Roy and James Taylor, who were impressed at the local championship this season, will have the chance to fight for a place in the national team, while Bopara and Tredwell are back, with little involvement in the previous games.
The Indians do not make big changes from the previous races, but they bring the knowledge and style they have gained from the world's most important T20 Championship, the Indian Premier League. They are certainly given as a favorite because they invest quite a bit in the short forms of cricket, but it is certainly not easy to write out England and there is certainly little value in its performance.
A market that looks interesting is the market for the total of six games. Both sides do not have very strong bowlers in these games, so it will not be unexpected to see some big scores. Both sides have strong batters, which can make great shots and it is certain that there will be pressure for a big score. So I expect to see quite a few big blows and a few thousand.