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India vs England Live Score, World Cup 2019: Roy, Bairstow hit fifties to lead England charge – Times of India

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Overs 18: England 130/0
0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 6 –
After bowling five dot balls, Yuzvendra Chahal was hit for a six off the last delivery by Jonny Bairstow (68*).

Overs 17: England 124/0
After reaching his fifty, Jason Roy (57*) smacked Kuldeep Yadav for a maximum over long-on. England openers on fire.

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FIFTY for Jason Roy off 41 balls, his 16th in ODIs. England 118/0 in 16.4 overs
Roy hit a six and seven fours to reach the ladmark.

Overs 16: England 112/0
15 RUNS!
Jonny Bairstow (61*) on a rampage now, hit Yuzvendra Chahal for two sixes in the over.

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FIFTY for Jonny Bairstow off 56 balls, his 12th in ODIs. England 104/0 in 15.3 overs
Bairstow brought up his half-century with a six over long-on off Yuzvendra Chahal. Bairstow hit two sixes and seven fours to reach the landmark as the opening duo put on hundred-run stand.

Overs 15: England 97/0
13 RUNS!
Another big over for the hosts. Jonny Bairstow (48*) and Jason Roy (44*) hit a four each off Kuldeep Yadav in it.

Overs 14: England 84/0
11 RUNS!
Jason Roy (38*) started the over with a four, before Jonny Bairstow (41*) hit a big six. Yuzvendra Chahal though ended the over with three consecutive dot balls.

Overs 13.3: SIX! Jonny Bairstow smacks Yuzvendra Chahal over deep mid-wicket for a big six.
England 84/0

Overs 13: England 73/0
10 RUNS!
Jonny Bairstow (35*) hit back-to-back fours off Hardik Pandya in the over.

Chahal completes his third over. His spell reads 0/19.
England 63/0 in 12 overs.


A SIX and a FOUR follow to end the 11th over. Roy (31*) punishes Pandya in his first over that accrues 13 runs. England’s fifty is also up – 60/0.

10.4 Overs: Dhoni and bowler Pandya go up in appeal as Roy tries to swivel and pull but misses it. And the
Snicko shows it was gloved. India didn’t go for the DRS.

Virat Kohli presses Hardik Pandya into service.

And Shami returns splendidly with a maiden over.
At the end of first Powerplay (10 overs), England 47/0.

Shami is summoned back into the attack to bowl the 10th over. His first spell of three overs read 0/21.

Bumrah is the only bowler Roy (19*) and Bairstow (25*) haven’t been able to get away so far. His consistent length, just short of the good length area, is the key. Another miserly one-run over from India’s spearhead.
England 47/0.

End of Over 8: Back-to-back fours. Roy (19*) makes room and smashes the short-ish Chahal delivery through covers for a four and then follows it up with another time, this time a sweep fetched from way outside off-stump. 46/0

Bumrah completes his third over and just a single off it. His impressive opening spell reads 3-0-8-0. England 37/0 in 7 overs.

35/0 in six overs.

Over 5.3: And Bairstow takes on Chahal, who bowled a little too full and the England opener lifted it between mid-wicket and long-on for a one-bounce four.

Yuzvendra Chahal into the attack as early as the sixth over. This should be interesting – aggressive England right-handers against leg-spin.

After five overs, England 28/0 as Bairstow snatches an extra run from Kuldeep Yadav at the third-man fence. A direct hit would have made it interesting.

Over 4.3: Another inside-edge and Bairstow (15*) lucky again. One more lemon-cut for four. Shami isn’t amused.

Over 4.1: Roy (9*) had no idea about that Shami delivery, raced past his bat and even Dhoni couldn’t collect cleanly as it moved in the air before reaching him.

Over 3.5: Bumrah bowls on Bairstow’s legs and he turns it around to the squad-leg fence for another boundary.

Three fours off Shami’s bowling in the 12 balls he has bowled so far. His spell reads 2-0-13-0. England 14/0 in 3 overs.

Over 2.2: Loose shot from Bairstow, playing away from his body and an inside edge goes perilously close to the stumps before running away to the fine-leg fence for a boundary.

Just a single off the second over. 10/0

Over 1.3: A nervous poke from Jonny Bairstow goes past the outside edge.

Jasprit Bumrah begins from the other end.

End of Over 1: After England’s account opened with a wide, Roy punches Shami on the up through point for first runs off the bat – a four. And then off the penultimate ball another boundary from Roy through long-off, on the up again. Expensive first over. 9/0

Mohammed Shami begins proceedings for India.

Time for National Anthems.

PLAYING XIs


India: KL Rahul, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli (c), Rishabh Pant, Kedar Jadhav, MS Dhoni (wk), Hardik Pandya, Mohammed Shami, Kuldeep Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah

England: Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan(c), Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler(w), Chris Woakes, Adil Rashid, Liam Plunkett, Jofra Archer, Mark Wood

CAPTAIN TALK


Eoin Morgan: We are going to bat first. Tactical move to bring in Plunkett in place of Moeen. There could be a bit more pace and bounce. We are rejigged and reset as a team.

Virat Kohli: Never a problem…love chasing. But honestly we would have batted first today. We haven’t focused on the opposition in this tournament, that’s why we have been successful. We do have one change. Vijay Shankar has a toe niggle, Rishabh Pant is in. He brings in a lot of fearlessness. He has a small boundary. Once he gets to 20.

KOHLI CONFIRMS! Pant is in for Shankar, who has a “toe niggle”. England, meanwhile, have two changes. Liam Plunkett is in for Moeen Ali and Jason Roy replaces James Vince.


TOSS NEWS:

England win the toss and decide to bat first.

NEWS FILTERING IN FROM BIRMINGHAM: Rishabh Pant likely to replace Vijay Shankar in India’s eleven.


2:18 pm
We are just over 10 minutes away from the toss. By the way, the World Cup head to head between the two teams adds a bit more spice to the contest. It’s India 3 – 3 England.

2 pm The teams are warming up ahead of the toss at Edgbaston.

1:55 am It’s a big day at the ICC World Cup. When the tournament began exactly a month ago, on May 30th, England were hot favourites and started in that fashion as well. But with defeats in their last two matches, the hosts’ applecart has been upset. Today, as they take the field once again in Edgbaston, Eoin Morgan’s men will have the arduous task of turning their campaign around against Virat Kohli’s unbeaten India. Welcome to TimesofIndia.com’s live updates.

India are just a point shy of entering the semis, and supporting them to put it across the hosts today will be fellow Asian teams Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, who are still in the race but depend on other results, which includes a win for India today.

Pakistan’s win against Afghanistan on Saturday pushed England out of the top-four bracket for the first time in the tournament, which means a win is what the home team desperately seeks in their penultimate league match against India.

To make it just a bit more exciting before presenting you with our Preview for the game,
India will go ‘Orange’ today, wearing their away jersey against the hosts.

India vs England Live Score, World Cup 2019: Roy, Bairstow hit fifties to lead England charge – Times of India

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