England captain Eoin Morgan will miss the last two one-day internationals against India in Pune, the England and Wales Cricket Board announced Thursday. The batsman has been ruled out after sustaining a split in the webbing between the
Jonny Bairstow and Ben Stokes launched a six-hitting feast as England chased down 337 against India in a series-levelling win in the second one-day international on Friday. Bairstow (124) and Stokes (99) put on 175 for the second wicket and smashed.
India has been riding high after clinching the ODI and T20 series against England. But will Team India be able to wrap up the ODI series in their favour (“Bairstow, Stokes fire England’s successful chase to beat India, draw level,” Mar.27, Gulf Today).
Pace bowler Mark Wood claimed three wickets while leg-spinner Adil Rashid took two after England opted to bowl in the decider in Pune.
India survived a scare from England all-rounder Sam Curran (95 not out off 83 balls) as they managed to beat England by a slender 7-run margin in the third and final One-day International here at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium on Sunday night to
England Twenty20 skipper Eoin Morgan said on Thursday the upcoming series against India was an “extremely exciting” challenge that would help the team prepare for the World Cup later this year. The five-match series starts in Ahmedabad
Chasing a modest 125, England romped home in 15.3 overs to take a 1-0 lead in the five-match series at the world's biggest cricket stadium in Ahmedabad.
Buoyed by an impressive seven-wicket win in the second T20 International, India will take on England in the third game of the five-match series with renewed confidence at the Narendra Modi Stadium on Tuesday. The hosts, who had lost the first match by eight
Joe Root’s England will look to sweep Sri Lanka in the second and final Test, starting on Friday, as they prepare to face an India side buoyed by their sensational victory in Australia. England, who resumed a tour that was halted in March by the coronavirus