Sheldon Cottrell vs Virat Kohli: Sheldon Cottrell who has played just 13 T20Is in his career, already has 20 wickets in his name. His wicket-taking celebration, dubbed 'The Sheldon Salute', is something Virat Kohli would definitely not like to be a part of. One has to watch how Kohli negotiates the left-arm pacer's bowling attack
Sunil Narine vs Rohit Sharma: Rohit Sharma is not to well versed when it comes to batting against spinners. As Sunil Narine will be waiting to throw his spin attack on Rohit Sharma and bowl him out.
Oshane Thomas vs Shikhar Dhawan: Shikhar Dhawan doesn't boast a very good record against Oshane Thomas having been sent back to the pavilion by the fast bowler in his debut against India last year. Dhawan will be looking to balance the scale this year.
Evin Lewis vs Bhuvneshwar Kumar: Bhuvneshwar Kumar will be keen to get early wickets for the Indian team in the absence of Jasprit Bumrah. In the upcoming matches, West Indies' Evin Lewis will be Bhuvi's primary target.
Andre Russell vs Rishabh Pant: The two batsmen will try to see who hits the ball out of the field the most number of times during the T20I leg of the tour. The West Indies batsman is a destructive force for KKR and both batsmen will go out all guns blazing during the tournament.
Kieron Pollard vs Krunal Pandya: Both players are Mumbai Indian teammates and know each other through and through, facing each other in the nets. It would be interesting to see how they will face each other during the series.
Manish Pandey vs Shreyas Iyer: The two middle-order batsmen will fight to stake their claim in the squad. If KL Rahul replicates his magic from IPL and the Rohit-Shikhar combination clicks then only one spot will be up for grabs which the two will have to fight for the remaining spot.