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HindustanTimes Sun,31 Aug 2014

India VS England 2012: News

High-scoring game on cards in the third India-England ODI

A typical batting-friendly wicket will be on offer when India and England square off in the third cricket one-day international of the five-match series here on January 19.

Dhoni in focus as Ranchi's wait for international cricket ends

Propped up by the massive series-levelling win in the second ODI, India will look to keep the momentum going when they go into the third one-dayer against England here tomorrow, hoping that skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni's first match in his hometown will prove lucky.

Tackling the unknown at home

Skipper MS Dhoni took a hit on his thumb while batting in the nets leaving India wary of the new Ranchi pitch. N Ananthanarayanan reports.

How long will India rely on MSD's prowess?

It was very important for India from the series' perspective to come back strong and level it. The total put up by India could have been chased, but the England batsmen didn't play well and made it look tougher than it actually was, writes Ian Botham.

3rd ODI: India play England, will look to gain lead in series

After a huge 127-run win in the second ODI in Kochi, the Indian cricket team under MS Dhoni will look to take lead when they take on England in the third ODI in Ranchi today.

Turning on the heat, steadily

Virat Kohli produced a majestic innings to finish unbeaten on 77 in Ranchi, starting with a flurry of fours against paceman Jade Dernbach that underlined his decisiveness.
N Ananthanarayanan
reports. Scorecard | Third ODI

BCCI names unchanged squad for last two ODIs against England

The BCCI today named an unchanged 15-member squad for the remaining two ODIs of the five-match series against England to be played at Mohali and Dharamsala respectively.

Skipper gives credit to bowlers for an easy victory

The confidence of Alastair Cook following the Test series win seems to be ebbing away after two big losses in a row, and on the other hand, MS Dhoni is feeling things are beginning to fall into place. HT reports.

Alarm bells ringing, but conditions offer hope

The cool climes of Mohali will be a welcome relief for the weary England team who, after suffering two consecutive crushing defeats at the hands of India, are now in a must-win situation to keep the series alive. Ashutosh Sharma reports.

Rejuvenated India look to clinch series in Mohali

Bolstered by two emphatic back-to-back wins, India will seek to clinch the ODI series against England by taking an unassailable 3-1 lead in the fourth match in Mohali on Wednesday with the under-fire hosts showing signs of rediscovering their winning touch.

Trying to stay hot in the cold

Despite the winter chill, Virat Kohli's upbeat mood was apparent, like that of his teammates on the eve of the fourth one-dayer against England, N Ananthanarayanan reports.

Organisers confident about Dharamsala ODI

India and England play the fourth ODI in Mohali today, but the focus is on Dharamsala, the venue for the final match, with doubts being raised whether the hill station would be able to host the match due to extreme cold, Ashutosh Sharma reports.

Confident India look to win Mohali ODI, clinch series

India will seek to clinch the ODI series against England today by taking an unassailable 3-1 lead in the fourth match in Mohali after two back to back win in the series.

England dance to R&R tunes

Rohit Sharma makes a solid return and Raina finishes the job as India clinch ODI series against England 3-1 with a game to spare. N Ananthanarayanan reports. Scorecard | Rohit riddle | India break the Mohali jinx

Dhoni may skip final ODI

Skipper MS Dhoni may sit out the final inconsequential one-day tie against England to be played in Dharamsala on Sunday to avoid aggravating a right thumb injury.  HT reports.

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