India vs England, 3rd ODI at Eden Gardens: As It Happened
ENGLAND WON BY 5 RUNS
Bhuvneshwar Kumar is on the strike/
WICKET! Woakes dismisses Jadhav for 90.
India 316/9, need 6 off 1 ball
WICKET! Woakes dismisses Jadhav for 90. India 316/9, need 6 off 1 ball
Dot ball from Woakes.
India need 6 off 3 now.
FOUR! Jadhav does it again. This time a boundary. Kedar is on a song.
India need 6 off 4 balls
SIXXX!! What a shot! stays deep in the crease and smashes Woakes over the covers.
Chris Woakes to bowl the last over.
India need 16 off 6 balls.
Kedar Jadhav is on the strike.
FOUR! Much needed boundary. Kedar Jadhav smashes Jake Ball for a four.
India need 17 off 7 balls
Buvneshwar Kumar comes to the crease.
WICKET! Stokes takes his third, Ashwin departs for 1.
India 297/8, need 25 off 13 balls
Ashwin guides Stokes towards third man for a single.
India need 26 off 16 balls.
FOUR! Jadhav smashes this over pacer Woakes' head. What a shot.
India need 27 off 18 balls.
Ashwin comes to the crease now. India need 31 off 19 balls.
WICKET! Woakes dismisses Jadeja for 10.
India 291/7, need 31 off 19 balls
Flurry of FOURS! Jadeja smashes Woakes for back-to-back boundaries.
India need 31 off 20 balls
Ravindra Jadeja is the new man at the crease.
WICKET! Ben Stokes castles Hardik Pandya for 56.
India 277/6, need 45 off 27 balls
SIX! Pandya smashes Plunkett for a big one. The ball races towards the fine leg.
FIFTY! Pandya brings up his maiden fifty off 38 balls.
India need 51 off 34 balls
The partnership between Pandya and Jadhav is now 91 off 75 balls. Crucial partnership for Team India.
England have decided to review a caught-behind appeal that was turned down by umpire Dharmasena. And, it is NOT OUT. Pandya is safe.
England won the third ODI by five runs at Eden Gardens. (Reuters)
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India win toss and opt to bowl first.
Squads India: Ajinkya Rahane, Lokesh Rahul, Virat Kohli(c), Yuvraj Singh, MS Dhoni(w), Kedar Jadhav, Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah England: Jason Roy, Sam Billings, Moeen Ali, Eoin Morgan(c), Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler(w), Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes, Liam Plunkett, Jake Ball, David Willey Preview
Ironing out deficiencies and building on a formidable squad will be top of the agenda when India take on England in their last One Day International (ODI) ahead of the ICC Champions Trophy at the Eden Gardens.
The three-match rubber has already been pocketed by Virat Kohli's men in blue who have won the first two matches in Pune and Cuttack.