Update: Unbelievable match. India has amazed everyone winning hearts and minds. Kohi’s 122 and Jadhav’s impressive inning of 120 runs completely changed the match for India.
India innings (target: 351 runs from 50 overs)
KL Rahul b Willey 8
S Dhawan c Ali b Willey 1
V Kohli* c Willey b Stokes 122
Yuvraj Singh c †Buttler b Stokes 15
MS Dhoni† c Willey b Ball 6
KM Jadhav c Stokes b Ball 120
HH Pandya not out 40
RA Jadeja c Rashid b Ball
R Ashwin not out 15
Extras (b 1, lb 4, w 11) 16 Total (7 wickets; 48.1 overs)
356 (7.39 runs per over
Update: India doing rather very well. Virat Kohli playing at 82 while Kedar Jadhav 67. After 28 overs India playing at 189/4
Update: Willey takes another wicket in the form of Rahul who scored 8 runs. Ind 24 for 2
Update: Kohli comes to bat after Dhawan’s loss
Update: India’s beginning wasn’t realy great. Opener Dhawan was caught by Ali of Willey’s ball. He scored merely 1 run.
JJ Roy st †Dhoni b Jadeja 73
AD Hales run out (Bumrah) 9
JE Root c Pandya b Bumrah 78
EJG Morgan* c †Dhoni b Pandya 28
JC Buttler† c Dhawan b Pandya 31
BA Stokes c Yadav b Bumrah 62
MM Ali b Yadav 28
CR Woakes not out 9
DJ Willey not out 10
Extras (b 1, lb 11, w 6, nb 4) 22
Total (7 wickets; 50 overs) 350 (7.00 runs per over)
Update: ‘Sir’ Jadeja takes dangerous looking Roy. In brilliant form, Roy scored 73. England two down and scorecard says 109 after 19 overs.
Update: After 15 overs, England score is 90 for the loss of 1 wicket. Jason Roy playing at 62 while Joe Root playing at 13
Update: England lose first wicket as Alex Hales is run out. England 48 for the loss of 1 wicket after 8 overs. Jose Root at 1 and Roy at 34
Update: England make steady start, score 34 runs in 6 overs without loss of wicket. Jason Roy playing at 26 and Alex Hales at 9
Update: India won the toss and ask England to bat
Final India Squad
V Kohli*, R Ashwin, JJ Bumrah, S Dhawan, MS Dhoni†, RA Jadeja, KM Jadhav, B Kumar, A Mishra, MK Pandey, HH Pandya, AM Rahane, KL Rahul, UT Yadav, Yuvraj Singh
Final England Squad
EJG Morgan*, MM Ali, JM Bairstow, JT Ball, SW Billings, JC Buttler†, LA Dawson, AD Hales, LE Plunkett, AU Rashid, JE Root, JJ Roy, BA Stokes, DJ Willey, CR Woakes
Mumbai: India vs England 1st ODI 2017 is going to be more enticing than many people thought. This will be the first match under Virat Kohli as the skipper of the ODI team. While he has been leading the Indian side in test format for quite sometimes now, his selection as the captain of the Indian ODI and T20I teams has infused a new life in the Indian cricket.
There is no denying the contribution of Mahendra Sigh Dhoni. Without him, the Indian side wouldn’t have been what it is today. Nonetheless, there was a marked decline in his individual performance and the performance of the team under him. While the Indian test team under Kohli has been winning and winning, the ODI team has amazingly been struggling under Dhoni.
Now with the same captain in both the teams, there are reasons to believe that the performance of the Indian team will improve when it comes to the one day international format. Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s performance is also expected to improve with the burden of captaincy off his shoulders.
In the meantime there is massive change in the England cricket team since the drubbing they got from the hands of Kohli led Indian test team. Nine members of the vanquished Test squad have returned to play under Morgan who was himself not part of the defeated team led by Alastair Cook who is, in turn, not part of the ODI and T20 party.
On the other hand, Root, who has stayed back for personal reasons, is expected to join the squad here on January 12, the day the visitors will play their second warm-up game against an India A squad to be held by the fit-again Ajinkya Rahane. “Root is set to join the team on Thursday and travel with the team to Pune (venue of the first of three ODIs on January 15). He would certainly like to play that game if selected,” said a visiting team source after the practice session.
Many people are disappointed with only three ODI match series. The ODI matches are to be held in Pune, Cuttack (January 19) and Kolkata (January 22). These would be followed by the three T20 matches the visitors would play against hosts India, in Kanpur (January 26), Nagpur (January 29) and Bengaluru (February 1). Morgan is one of the four in the squad who had been busy playing in the T20 Big Bash in Australia before reaching here. The others were David Willey, Jason Roy and Sam Billings. Alex Hales and Liam Plunkett were also not part of the Test squad that got hammered by India.
Sun Jan 15 (50 ovs) 13:30 local (08:00 GMT)
1st ODI – India v England
Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune
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