India vs England, 1st ODI: Suresh Raina returns after three years

India vs England, 1st ODI: Suresh Raina returns after three years

Eoin Morgan has led the England cricket team in ODI's and T20's since 2015 and has done a fantastic job.

On a high after an impressive Twenty20 series win, an upbeat India will eye another dominant performance against hosts England in a three-match ODI series, which can be termed as a "dry run" ahead of the World Cup next year. Although England has the home advantage in the series, India is high on confidence due to their victory in T20I series.

Joe Root's exclusion from the Twenty20 series decider against India on Sunday will fuel the England test captain's desire to improve going into this week's opening one-day worldwide between the sides, interim head coach Paul Farbrace has said. Joe Root has been handed the responsibility of leading England Test side for a year since the 2017 series against South Africa.

By the time Kuldeep had bowled 11 balls he had ripped the heart out of the batting, claiming Roy, Joe Root and Bairstow and leaving England with no chance of getting anywhere near the 481 they managed here against Australia.

"Any experience he has had over the last few days will definitely help him".

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Root was dropped from the decider, played on a ground with small boundaries which favoured big hitters, as Ben Stokes returned from the side, and watched from the sidelines as India chased down England s 198-9. I'm sure he'll be watching the way Morgs talks to the team, the way he goes about things makes the decisions he makes and I'm sure those two will have lots of conversations about the role of being England cricket captain.

England said Nottinghamshire player Hales, who averaged 48 in the recent Twenty20 series that England lost 2-1 to India, had a side injury and would be monitored on a match by match basis.

"It is important in low-scoring games on tough wickets, you need people who can manipulate the strike, who can play spin bowling well, and can keep you in tight games".

"But we all know Joe very well - he'll be spurred on by that and he will do all he can to make sure he is ready come Thursday".

Laxman also praised the balance of the Indian cricket team, saying that they are good in all three departments of the game. It's a great opportunity for us to play a strong Indian team who will pose different challenges to what Australia did at the start of the summer.

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