India vs England ODI 2 TV Details, Predictions, Odds and Betting Tips

Our expert tipster has cast their eye over the upcoming India v England ODI series and thinks there is still a chance for England to take the series despite losing the first game on Tuesday! Let us take a look at some bets that could come up trumps.

India vs England

26th March

Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune

India v England TV Channel: Sky Sports Cricket – Coverage begins at 7.30 AM


First one-day international result:
India 317-5 (50 overs): Dhawan 98 (106); Stokes 3-34
England 251 (42.1 overs): Bairstow 94 (66); Krishna 4-54
India won by 66 runs

India vs England ODI Preview

Friday’s second One Day International between England and India in Pune could see the hosts seal the three-game series after taking home a hard-earned win on Tuesday afternoon. It was a fascinating day of action in the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, with Krunal Pandya the star of the show for the hosts on an emotional day. Pandya, whose brother Hardik also played, lost his father in January, and was visibly emotional receiving his cap before play. The brothers shared a tearful embrace when Krunal was interviewed at the break.

For England, it was just 66 runs that cost them the game, which was played in front of no spectators. India’s insistence on an old-fashioned approach to 50-over cricket almost cost them, but Pandya and KL Rahul capitalised on England skipper Eoin Morgan being forced off in the 41st over, which saw his side lose control of the game.

Speaking with the BBC after the match, Morgan admitted that his side ‘failed to continue building’. “We play an aggressive brand of cricket,” he said. “We just need to execute better than we did today. This is the way we play and this is the way we’ll continue to play.”

India vs England ODI Odds

India are moderate favourites to take the series within two matches; they are 4/7 to win on Friday, while England are slight underdogs at 5/4.

India v England ODI Betting Tips

The Over/Under market for the fall of the first wicket seems like it could be a relatively good earner, with weather sure to play a factor. There are expected to be hotter temperatures and less clouds.

There is also a distinct possibility of England winning the most sixes, which is priced at a tantalising 3/1.

Fall of First Wicket – Over 31.5

Jonny Bairstow was in absurd form scoring 94 from just 66 balls in an effort that could have set the world champions on their way. If he’s as good, or India’s stars like Shikhar Dhawan are in similar form, we’d recommend getting a good bet on at a near-evens price of 4/5.

England to win match sixes – 3/1

With power hitters at the top of the order such as Bairstow, Jason Roy and Ben Stokes there is a chance England will be slightly more prolific, and at 23/20 we see a lot of value in this particular bet.

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