England's Full Tour of India 2021 (4 test,5 t20i & 3 ODI)

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40 ball 77 by indias Devil Devon - :lmao: :aha: :toofunny: :weee: 7 sixes & 3 Fours>> pant on F-I-R-E


Rahul 108 out

Hardik 3 sixes off 6 ball
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5th century off 108 ball by Rahul
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Ind 336/6
Rohit 25,Virat 66,Rahul 108,Pant 40 ball 77,Hardik 16 ball 35

Topley 2 wkts. Tom Curran 10/0/85/2
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Eng 337/4 in 43.3 overs, Roy 55,
Bairstow (M. O. M) 124,Stokes 99,Livingston On debut 27 not out
Prasidh Krishna 2 for 58

Eng won by 6 wkt
Bairstow/Stokes put on 175 in 20 overs with 15 sixes

T20i had game #3 Decider same in ODI FASTEN YOUR SEAT BELT for sunday afternoon
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Eng hits 87 in between over # 31-35>> i guess this is world record but india bounce back>> with in one run eng lost Stokes (52 ball 99) Bairstow 124 & captain Buttler 0
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Jason Roy - Jonny Bairstow last three partnerships vs India (ODI)
160 (133) Edgbaston 2019
135 (86) Pune 2021 (1st ODI)
110(99) Pune 2021 (2nd ODI)

Most 100+ partnerships for England in ODIs:
13 Jason Roy - Jonny Bairstow (47 inngs) *
12 Joe Root - Eoin Morgan (75)
07 Jason Roy - Joe Root (28)
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India in over 41-50
ODI
110/0 @ Canberra
112/1 @ Pune (1)
135/3 @ pune(2)
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Virats last 5 ODI innings Consecutively
89
63
72*
77*
66
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Adil Rashid in ODIs in India:
0/50 (5)
0/66 (9)
1/65 (10)
ER 7.54
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Last five ODI totals for India:
308/8 vs Aus
338/9 vs Aus
302/5 vs Aus
317/5 vs Eng
336/6 vs Eng

- Second time India have hit 300+ in five successive ODIs. The other instance was in 2017, of which first three instances came against England.
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Most sixes vs India
20 by Eng at Pune
19 by SA at kolkatta
18 by Aus at Banglore
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Most Expenssive over
30 by Yuvraj vs eng
30 by Ishant vs Aus
28 by Krunal*vs Eng
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Most sixes Conceded by an innings
Kuldeep Yadav : 8 sixes at pune*
Vinay kumar : 7 sixes,Banglore vs Aus
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Fewer Innings to 11 ODI hundred
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64-Amla
65-Kock
71-Babar
78-Bairstow
82-Kohli
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ODI maximum sixes in india

ABD villers -11 sixes vs india in ind
Pollard -10 sixes vs ind in ind
Matthews -10 sixes vs ind in ind
Stokes - 10 sixes vs ind in ind*

Rohit hits 16 sixes during his 209
In 50/50 at Banglore vs Aus 2013.

* ben Stokes reached 50 to 99 13 ball only.
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Decider on Super Sunday

28-MAR-2021, 01:30 PM

3rd ODI (D/N), Pune, Mar 28 2021,

PREVIEW

With series on the line, deciding India-England ODI set up to be fitting tour finale

Excitement galore in Pune with series locked at 1-1

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More than seven weeks after England played their first day of cricket in India, it's time for the finale of the tour. It's a Sunday afternoon fixture, the ODI series is tied 1-1, and there's everything to play for. What more do you want?

Well, if you're Virat Kohli, you want more from your spinners. In 35 overs, they've conceded 283 runs at an economy of 8.09 for just one wicket. Be it IPL experience or pure skill (or a combination of both), England's batsmen have been supremely confident against the spinners. Some said dropping Kuldeep Yadav after one game would be too harsh on him, but now it seems like India have no choice. After spending a good period on the bench, it might be time for Yuzvendra Chahal to prove why he should be the first spinner on the Indian ODI teamsheet every time.

And then there's the dreaded 'I' word: intent. Par scores can't simply be judged by the surface you're playing on, but also by the opposition you're against. India had a particular method in the T20Is. They threw caution to the wind while batting, even if it meant they lost two of the five games, but that template has gone out of the window in the ODIs. They'll need the top order to either score quicker or start their late-overs surge earlier.

Either way, the final ODI will be a test of India's brand of batting, more so if Kohli has a hat-trick of losing the toss. Finding the gaps and running hard twos in the first 30 overs sets up a solid base, but against England, more boundary-shots are needed from the top order. Friday's target of 337 was chased down with 6.3 overs to spare and even in the first ODI, let's be honest, England were well ahead of the game for the first 20 overs of the second innings.

England's batting remains their biggest strength. Their philosophy has remained unchanged, the openers are firing, Ben Stokes has been on a rampage and the injury-replacements have chipped in. They know the fast bowlers are inexperienced, more so if Mark Wood is not fit for the decider, but that's not in their control. However, they'll be happy the way Adil Rashid and Moeen Ali have gone about. At the start of the spells, they have done enough to ensure India don't get on top of them, and the hosts are, perhaps, leaving some runs out there by not going harder at the duo.

Overall, it's a fitting finale to the tour. The team that has lost the first match of every series has gone on to win it. That was India in the first two occasions, but can England complete their own comeback? If they do, it will be a gentle reminder of why they are world champions.

Form guide
(Last five completed matches first)

India: LWWLL
England: WLLWL

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India might think about giving Hardik Pandya more balls to play in the middle BCCI
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When it's a big game, expect to see a different version of Ben Stokes (remember Headingley and Lord's 2019?). In the first ODI, his 3 for 34 broke Indian partnerships every time they looked to change gears. In the second game, he hit the fastest 99 in ODI history. India will be hoping Stokes' numbers are a mere footnote in the match's statistics because if it isn't so, it's likely his contributions will be match-winning. In the last game, his bowling numbers were under par and he could not get that one extra run to dedicate a century to his late father. He'll be looking to change both those things.

Hardik Pandya has not bowled in the series yet, leaving India with only five bowling options. But he did bowl in the T20Is, so even if Kohli uses Hardik for just four overs, it will reduce the load on the off-colour bowler and could be the missing piece in the Indian bowling jigsaw. There's also more that Hardik, the batsman, can do. In the XI, he is one of the best hitters of spin and could do to Moeen and Rashid what Stokes did in the second ODI to Kuldeep and Krunal Pandya. If the top order has set up a solid base, it's worth sending him above KL Rahul and push the envelope on what total India can achieve. He hit 35 off 16 balls last game. Extrapolate that score if he faced, say, 50 balls.

Team news

All India's batting will be trying, is to add 10-15% more runs to their scores, so that part of the XI should stay unchanged. They could tinker with the bowling though, Chahal for Kuldeep being the likeliest change. And one of Prasidh Krishna or Shardul Thakur could be replaced by T Natarajan, both for his left-handedness and for his ability to execute yorkers more consistently. Keeping Thakur gives the team more batting depth, which might be a consideration.

India (possible): 1 Rohit Sharma, 2 Shikhar Dhawan, 3 Virat Kohli (capt), 4 Rishabh Pant, 5 KL Rahul (wk), 6 Hardik Pandya, 7 Krunal Pandya, 8 Bhuvneshwar Kumar, 9 Shardul Thakur, 10 Yuzvendra Chahal, 11 Prasidh Krishna/T Natarajan

If Mark Wood is fit, he will replace either Reece Topley or Tom Curran, the latter being more likely after conceding 83 runs in the last match.

England (possible): 1 Jason Roy, 2 Jonny Bairstow, 3 Ben Stokes, 4 Dawid Malan, 5 Jos Buttler (capt & wk), 6 Liam Livingstone, 7 Moeen Ali, 8 Sam Curran, 9 Mark Wood, 10 Adil Rashid, 11 Reece Topley

Pitch and conditions

With not much in there for spinners, Pune is as 'international' a surface you can get in India. A good batting pitch in the afternoon turns into a great batting pitch in the evening. For the team batting first, aiming for scores in excess of 330 should be a bare minimum.

Stats and trivia

India are looking to avoid a third-straight ODI series defeat. They lost 1-2 in Australia and 0-3 in New Zealand.
Dhawan needs 90 to become the 10th Indian to get 6000 ODI runs.
Bairstow and Roy had hit 13 century stands as openers in ODI cricket, the most by an England pair and the fifth-highest among openers.

In the last five matches at Pune, the average first-innings score has been 303.20 with the contests 3-2 in favour of the chasing side.

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