India will look to continue their good form while England will try and bounce back when both teams square off against each other in the first ODI at Nottingham on July 12 (Thursday).

Despite losing the T20I series, Eoin Morgan led side will be the favourites considering their recent form. The top-ranked ODI side routed Australia 5-0 last month. Furthermore, the addition of Ben Stokes, who is returning from injury will strengthen their side.

The likes of Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, and Jos Buttler has been in the form of their life and the management will want them to continue. The spinning duo of Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid also did a great job and will be key against India.

England will look to start the series on a high and take an early lead in the three-match series.

Here is the predicted line-up of the hosts

Jason Roy

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Jason Roy has been in scintillating form in the off lately. He has struck the ball as good as never before. England will bank on him for providing a blistering start at Nottingham.

Jonny Bairstow

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Jonny Bairstow although struggled in the recently concluded T20Is but was in terrific form against Australia. England will bank on him to post mammoth total against a star-studded Indian batting.

Joe Root

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Joe Root recently found himself out of the T20I team, however, he is a go-to man in this format. His ability to pace the game sets him apart. He will look to score some runs and get his confidence back ahead of the long Test series.

Eoin Morgan (c)

Eoin Morgan
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Eoin Morgan has led this young bunch of cricketers brilliantly taking the team to the No 1 spot in the ICC Rankings. He has also done fairly good with the bat and will be keen to continue doing so.

Ben Stokes

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Ben Stokes is coming back to the team after a long injury lay off. He will replace Alex Hales in the first XI and will be keen to hit the form right from the start.

Jos Buttler (wk)

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Jos Buttler has been in prime form since his promotion at the top for Rajasthan Royals. He has scored runs in almost all the games and will be pivotal against India.

Moeen Ali

Moeen Ali along with Adil Rashid formed a devastating partnership against Australia. Although he missed the last two T20I against India, he will make a come back in the ODI squad.

Ali will look to contribute with both bat and ball against the Virat Kohli led side.

David Willey

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A genuine all-rounder, David Willey has the ability to contribute with both and ball. Morgan will heavily bank on him and his addition will also depth to the batting order.

Willey will look to stamp his authority against a top-notch side.

Liam Plunkett

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The veteran all-rounder has loads of experience behind his back playing across the world. His variation with the ball at the death overs makes him an important part of the side.

He can also play some mighty shots which will be an added bonus for the hosts.

Adil Rashid

Adil Rashid
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Adil Rashid has done a great job for the English side in the recent past. He single-handedly thrashed Australia with his wrist spin. The team management will bank on him to continue his job against the sub-continent side.

Mark Wood

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The 28-year-old fast bowler was in decent form against the Aussies and will certainly look to continue his form. Furthermore, he recently admitted that he wants to pick the wicket of Virat Kohli which will add more intensity to the game.

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