India vs England, ENG Playing 11 vs IND (Predicted) vs India, 2nd ODI, India Tour Of England 2022.
England and India face off in the second game of the three-match ODI series on Thursday, July 14. The match will be played at the iconic Lord’s in London. Building on the momentum from the win in the T20I series, India trashed England in the opening ODI at the Kennington Oval on 12th July.
India won the opening game of the 3-match ODI series comfortably by 10 wickets and the match ended in less than 50 overs combined across the 2 innings. India is on a roll and will look to win this match and the ODI series so that they can experiment in the third ODI match.
England had lost the T20I series and is now on the brink of losing the ODI series too. They need to win this 2nd ODI match to keep the series alive and take the ODIs into the decider.
England batters were steamrolled for 110 runs with as many as 4 of their top-5 batters registering ducks. The likes of Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Liam Livingstone, and Jason Roy were dismissed without scoring in the match.
Skipper Jos Buttler was the top scorer with 30 runs while tailenders David Willey (21 runs) and Brydon Carse (15 runs) put on a face-saving 35-run partnership for the 10th wicket to take the England team past the 100-run mark.
England bowlers did not have a big score to effectively trouble the opposition. Reece Topley and David Willey trouble the batters in the powerplay with the new ball but did not get any wickets to their name. Craig Overton and Brydon Carse were taken for a lot of runs in the match.
Jasprit Bumrah ran through the England team with superb figures of 7.3-3-19-6 in the match. Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami (3 wickets) were almost unplayable in the powerplay and never allowed any England batter to settle down.
India vs England, ENG Playing 11 vs IND (Predicted) vs India, 2nd ODI, India Tour Of England 2022
The 31-year-old South Africa-born English cricketer Jason Roy pulled out of the IPL 2022 to spend some time with his family. He played a match-winning 73-run innings against the Netherlands in the second ODI in the preceding ODI series.
During his stay at the crease, he hammered 13 boundaries and a six. He added 139 runs for the first wicket with fellow opener Phil Salt and set the stage for England’s 6-wicket win that also helped them to seal the series. He scored 175 runs in 3 ODIs against Netherlands averaging 87.5.
He was one of the top 4 batters who failed to open their account in the 1st ODI against India, who dismissed the hosts for only 110. In 102 ODIs, he has amassed 3833 runs averaging 40.78.