IND vs WI 2022: Warner Park, St Kitts Pitch Report And Weather Conditions

After a high-scoring game in Trinidad, the action of the India vs West Indies T20I series will move to Warner Park of St. Kitts on August 1. Two T20Is of the series will happen back-to-back on August 1 and 2 in St. Kitts, which is why all the fans are talking about the Warner Park pitch report ahead of the two T20Is.


The Warner Park pitch report will let the batters down because the wicket at this stadium has traditionally been slow. Bowlers generally enjoy themselves in St. Kitts, which is why fans should not expect a high-scoring game between the Indian cricket team and the West Indies cricket team on August 1 and 2.

Warner Park, St. Kitts pitch report for India vs West Indies 2022

The Warner Park pitch report is in the favor of the bowlers. So far, this venue has played host to 10 T20I matches, where two have ended with no result. West Indies cricket team has a good record on this ground as they have registered six wins in eight matches which have been completed.

The average first innings score while batting first is 120. The highest team total in T20Is at Warner Park has been 182/6 by England against West Indies in 2019, while the lowest team total is 45 by West Indies against England in 2019.


Lendl Simmons owns the record for the highest individual score at this venue with 91* against Ireland in 2020. Chris Jordan has the best bowling figures with 4/6 to his name in a match against West Indies in 2019.

St Kitts weather conditions for IND vs WI 2022

There is less chance of rainfall during the match hours on August 1 and 2 in St Kitts. Fans should get a full 20-over match on both days. The expected temperature is around 24 degrees Celsius.


The skies will remain partly cloudy throughout the course of two matches. It should be two exciting days at Warner Park.


Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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