Former India captain and Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) president Sourav Ganguly has said that the Eden Gardens pitch will suit the big hitters in the ICC World Twenty20 final between the West Indies and England on Sunday.The West Indies defeated hosts India in the semi-final while England overcame a strong New Zealand in their semi-final clash at the Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi. (Also read: World T20 final – Gayle not the only threat to England, says Morgan)Both West Indies and England are studded with power-packed batsmen who have cleared the boundary ropes with ease.”The wicket will be good. They have got a bit of grass on it, it’s different from the last two games with a fair bit of grass cover. So, there will be carry and I think it’s going to be a terrific game tomorrow,” Ganguly said in an exclusive interview to IndiaToday. (Also read: England, West Indies on the verge of creating ICC World Twenty20 history)Ganguly added that the toss will not be a factor in the title clash and anything in the range of 180-190 should be a par score.”Toss will not be a factor as there will be no dew at the Eden. It will be a good surface. Both sides have looked to chase in the semi-finals so may be they will want to chase. This ground is not the biggest so it’s an opportunity to get 180-190 and it should be a good total,” he said.advertisementSome pitches in the course of the World T20 have aided sharp turn, producing low-scoring games, especially in Nagpur. The India-Pakistan game at the Eden also turned out to be a nightmare for the batsmen with the exception of Virat Kohli. Like former England skipper Nasser Hussain, Ganguly also felt that the West Indies have the edge in Sunday’s final. (Also read: Only we can beat ourselves, Darren Sammy warns England) “Two of the best sides have qualified for the final. I am not a big believer in favourites but I think West Indies are looking very, very good. They are a serious side. When you go on to watch a T20 game, you would like to see the likes of Chris Gayle, Andre Russell, Lendl Simmons hitting the ball into the crowd, hitting into the stands and the wicket is tailor-made for that. Somehow I feel the West Indies are ahead,” he concluded.