England 244/5 in 41.4 overs
Joe Root c Hardik Pandya b Jasprit Bumrah
WICKET! Massive scalp this. Bumrah removes Root. Short of a length off-cutter and Root slogs it to long on, Pandya times his leap well and takes the catch close to the boundary.
England 220/4 after 37.5 Overs
WICKET! Pandya gets his second wicket and Buttler goes to a good catch.
Full delivery outside off, Buttler aims to loft it over mid off but Shikhar Dhawan times his leap well to take a good catch.
England: 189/3 from 33 overs
Fifty! Another half-century for Joe Root. Bot the batsmen are building a solid partnership and the team is set for a big total.
Important for Indian bowlers to pick up a wicket as soon as possible.
England: 175/3 from 31 overs
The fall of wicket has put brakes on England’s scoring rate, however, the visiting team will want Root and Jos Buttler bat for as long as possible. If they do so, England can easily score over 300.
England: 157/3 from 27 overs
Skipper Morgan, out caught by Dhoni of Pandya’s bowling. The short delivery was getting away from the batsman, Morgan tried to cut but ended up edging it to Dhoni. It was a faint edge, the umpire gave it not out after which Kohli went upstairs and the decision was reversed.
England 108/2 after 18.3 overs
Jason Roy st MS Dhoni b Ravindra Jadeja WICKET! Sir Jadeja gets the breakthrough. Impatience from Roy and he has to pay a big price.
England 81/1 after 12.2 overs
Brilliant way to notch up fifty. Short ball from Bumrah and Roy crunches the pull to the deep square leg fence, brings up his 6th ODI fifty and his first against India.
England 57/1 after nine overs.
Umesh Yadav continues to be erratic in his line and length. He gives away two more boundaries and Roy is closing in on his fifty. Splendid knock from him so far.
England: 39/1 from 6.2 overs
Out! Alex Hales run out by Jasprit Bumrah. What a piece of fielding, great throw from the deep and it’s a direct hit. hales can’t believe it.
England: 28/0 from 5 overs
England openers have made a solid start, with Jason Roy (21) in particular looking very comfortable. The combination of Umesh Yadav and Hardik Pandya has looked ineffective so far.
Pune: The new era of Indian cricket is all set to kick off on Sunday in Pune while playing ODI against England, when Virat Kohli steps out onto the pitch as the Indian captain across all three formats of the game.
India: Shikhar Dhawan, KL Rahul, Virat Kohli, MS dhoni, Yuvraj singh, Kedar Jadhav, Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Umesh Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah.
England: Jason Roy, Alex Hales, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan, Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler, Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Adil Rashid, David Willey, Jake Ball.