England (possible): 1 Jos Buttler (capt & wk), 2 Alex Hales, 3 Dawid Malan/Phil Salt, 4 Ben Stokes, 5 Harry Brook, 6 Liam Livingstone, 7 Moeen Ali, 8 Sam Curran, 9 Chris Woakes, 10 Chris Jordan, 11 Adil Rashid.
Yes, this will be a used pitch, but it was last used on November 4 for the match between Australia and Afghanistan
– India have won their last four bilateral T20I series against England - two in England, two in India, all four by one-match margins.
– The two teams have not met at a T20 World Cup in this period, though. The last of their three meetings came in 2012, when a Rohit Sharma half-century and a four-wicket haul from Harbhajan Singh led India to a 90-run win in Colombo. In all, India have a 2-1 lead in T20 World Cup meetings.
– Virat Kohli needs 42 runs to become the first batter to 4000 in T20Is. Alex Hales, meanwhile, is 13 short of the 2000 mark.
"These guys are quite dangerous. They've played some really good cricket in the tournament as well, which is why they're here. So we've got to be at our best to win the game."
India captain Rohit Sharma is taking nothing for granted.
"Well, we certainly don't want to see an India-Pakistan final, so we'll be trying all we can do to make sure that doesn't happen."Jos Buttler speaks for a nation. Perhaps just one nation.