Published: Thu, July 12, 2018
Sports | By Brett Lawson

England v India: Highlights from the first ODI at Trent Bridge

England v India: Highlights from the first ODI at Trent Bridge

Click on the video above to watch highlights from the first ODI so far as England were bowled out for 268 a ball short of batting their full 50 overs, having been inserted by India after they won the toss.

England are now scheduled to play a three-match ODI series against India. With cricket's blue riband tournament scheduled to be held in United Kingdom in 2015, the ODI series will give Virat Kohli an ideal opportunity to get a drift about the conditions that his men are expected to encounter at exactly same time next year.

The hosts are without Alex Hales who is ruled out through injury, with Dawid Malan replacing him in the squad. Add Ben Stokes to it and England bear a formidable look. Their last bilateral series defeat came in India in January 2017, with only a freak one-off loss to Scotland in the interim.

The highly anticipated series comes after India emerged victorious against the three lions 2-1 in their three match Twenty-20 global (T20I) series on Sunday.

The possibility of a change at the top though is not the only matter of interest in upcoming matches since seven of the 10 teams playing in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will be on view during this period until August 12. However, Mahendra Singh Dhoni and all-rounder Hardik Pandya are expected to form the lower middle-order.

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Apart from the duo, Umesh Yadav and Bhuvneshwar Kumar will share the new ball.

It was the same ground where England scripted a world record in ODI history after putting 481/6 on board against Australia recently. He is one of the batsmen, who has been able to read the two wrist spinners quite well.

Similarly, third-ranked South Africa face the challenge of blanking Sri Lanka 5-0 in an away series to ensure they do not slip behind New Zealand even as mid-table sides Bangladesh (seventh), Sri Lanka (eighth) and the West Indies (ninth) will be vying for important points during this period. The hosts have a penchant for high scores.

Time: The match will begin at 05:00 PM (IST).

On 11 occasions, they have crossed 350 and have surpassed the 400-mark thrice.

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