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India vs England, 1st ODI: Kohli, Jadhav Power India to Historic Run Chase

Cricketnext Staff | Updated: January 15, 2017, 9:37 PM IST

1st ODI, Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune 15 January, 2018

Toss won by India (decided to bowl)

India beat England by 3 wickets

Man of the Match: Kedar Jadhav


Kohli, Jadhav Power India to Historic Run Chase.

India Beat England by 3 Wickets


SIX! Pandya smashes Adil Rashid between between extra cover and long off for a SIX.



Adil Rashid is back into the attack.

Ashwin takes a single off his second ball and gives strike to Pandya.


3 overs to go. India need 12 runs to win the first one-day international.

Can Ashwin and Pandya take India to a memorable win?


Nice timing from Ashwin. He drives this towards sweeper cover. 2 quick runs. Excellent running by the two batsmen. 

India 339/7, need 12 off 19 balls


Excellent running between the wickets from Ashwin and Pandya. He plays Stokes towards deep mid wicket for a quick couple. 

India 334/7, need 17 off 23 balls


FOUR! Clever shot from Pandya. He waited till the last moment and guides the Stokes' pace towards third man. Terrific cricket from him.

India 330/7, need 21 off 27 balls


FOUR! What a shot from Pandya. Much needed boundary at this situation. Pandya sends Jake Ball between extra cover and long off region. 

India 325/7, need 26 off 29 balls


WICKET! Jake Ball takes his third, removes Jadeja for 13.

India 318/7, need 33 off 35 balls


Stokes is back into the attack. Jadeja is constantly communicating with Pandya and dealing in singles.

Can the duo take India to a win today?


India need 37 off 42 balls with a run-rate of 5.3.

Jadeja batting on 12 and Pandya is on 16.


FOUR! Jadeja finds the gap and smashes Jake Ball through mid wicket. A confident shot from the southpaw.

India 311/6, need 40 off 45 balls


Just 6 runs off Moeen Ali's over. Jadeja and Pandya are dealing with singles right now.

India 305/6, need 46 off 48 balls


Moeen Ali is back into the attack. Jadeja takes a quick single and gives strike to Pandya.

300 comes up for India. They need 51 off 53 balls.


LBW appeal! A huge LBW appeal from Stokes. England have asked for a review. Jadeja is the man.

Original Decision: NOT OUT

Decision after review: NOT OUT


FOUR! Lovely timing from Jadeja. Jadeja plays it beautifully off Stokes. The ball races towards the boundary. 4 more runs for India.

India 296/6, need 55 off 58 balls


Jadeja is the new man at the crease. It will be a right hand and left hand combination for Team India.

India need 60 off 60 balls. Can they do it?


WICKET! Jake Ball ends Kedar Jadhav's stay at 120.

India 291/6, need 60 off 61 balls 


FOUR! Another one from Jadhav. Stand and deliver- this is what he is doing right now.

India 286/5, need 65 off 68 balls


FOUR! Pandya joins the party, sends Stokes towards fine leg for a boundary.

His boundary came just after Kedar Jadhav hammered another SIX off Jake Ball in his last ball of the previous over.


CRAMP! Kedar Jadhav seems to have a cramp while trying to play a pull shot off Jake Ball. He is batting on 108.

India need 80 off 73 balls.

Can he take India to a big win today?


SIX! That's a huge one from Jadhav. He sends Jake Ball towards long off. He is on song. 

India 271/5, need 80 runs off 75 balls.



India vs England, 1st ODI: Kohli, Jadhav Power India to Historic Run Chase


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MS Dhoni will be playing under Kohli for the first time as a pure wicket-keeper batsman and it would be interesting to see how the new arrangement works for India.

India will miss their top limited-over star Rohit Sharma who is still out of action after undergoing surgery and have recalled Yuvraj Singh, their hero of the 2011 World Cup triumph at home, after four years.

Jasprit Bumrah, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Umesh Yadav are the options for seam while Amit Mishra is also present as back-up option to bowl spin.

Toss Update:

India win toss and opt to bowl first


India: Shikhar Dhawan, Lokesh 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 (c), Moeen Ali, Jos Buttler (wk), Ben Stokes, David Willey, Chris Woakes, Adil Rashid, Liam Plunkett

Team Rankings

1 India 4397 116
2 England 5310 108
3 South Africa 3712 106
4 New Zealand 2834 105
5 Australia 3663 102
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