India vs England live score over 2nd ODI ODI 1 5 updates


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We are all set for the action to begin! The England players are out on the field, taking their respective positions. The Man of the Match from the last game, Shikhar Dhawan strides out with his regular opening partner, Rohit Sharma to open the innings for India. Sam Curran is all set to operate with the new ball.

India Playing XI – Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli (C), KL Rahul, Rishabh Pant (WK) (IN for Shreyas Iyer), Hardik Pandya, Krunal Pandya, Shardul Thakur, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kuldeep Yadav, Prasidh Krishna.

England Playing XI – Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Ben Stokes, Dawid Malan (IN for Eoin Morgan), Jos Buttler (WK/C), Liam Livingstone (IN for Sam Billings), Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Tom Curran, Adil Rashid, Reece Topley (IN for Mark Wood).

Indian skipper, Virat Kohli says, that they wanted to bat first. Tells conditions play a big part and the outfield is fast. Tells they knew they were in the game though England got off to a flying start. Kohli says that if one has to perform anywhere against your wishes then one has to be ready to do what they are told. Hopes they can do much better in the middle overs. Kohli says that against a top-quality side one has to be prepared and execute well. Kohli says they wanted to attack at all times and what they did. Informs Shreyas Iyer is out due to a shoulder injury. Adds Rishabh Pant replaces him and that is the only change.

England skipper, Jos Buttler, feels that the pitch will be similar like the first ODI. He further says that they are going to play their own brand of cricket the way they have played. He also says that Morgan has been a good leader and he is happy to lead the side in his absence as he has learned from him but tells he will be a big miss both as a batsman and a leader. Hopes that they look to give a complete performance today. Mentions that they are surely going to miss Morgan as a batsman and as a leader. Buttler informs that there are three changes in the side as Dawid Malan, Liam Livingstone and Reece Topley come into the side in place of Billings, Morgan, and Mark Wood.

TOSS – Time for the flip of coin. Indian skipper, Virat Kohli is out in the middle alongside England captain, Jos Buttler. Kohli has the coin in hand. Up it goes, Buttler calls Heads and it comes down as Heads. ENGLAND OPT TO BOWL!

PITCH REPORT – How will the pitch be like for this crucial game? Deep Dasgupta and Ajit Agarkar are the pitch analysts for the day. Deep Dasgupta says that the pitch for the first game was a belter. Agarkar says he would rather be a batter than a bowler on this pitch. Tells it looks better than the first ODI. Adds there is some grass and it is firm. Tells there will be something for the pacers. Dasgupta says the firmness of the pitch might be one of the reasons they did not bowl as many slower ones as in Ahmedabad. Dasgupta adds that the pitch looks flatter than the previous game.

DEBUT! Liam Livingstone has been handed his cap and he looks set to make his ODI debut today!

Hello and welcome to the second ODI between India and England. The hosts snatched victory from the jaws of defeat to take the lead in the series and will look to carry that winning momentum and seal the series. England, on the other hand, have a couple of injury issues. Captain, Eoin Morgan, and Sam Billings are out of this game. Buttler will look to inspire his side and keep the series alive. Can the tourists fight back or will India seal the series? Stay tuned for toss and further updates.

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