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India vs England, 2nd ODI live cricket score: IND eye series win at Barabati

Virat Kohli’s India team head into the Cuttack ODI high on confidence after chasing down 350 in the first ODI in Pune. Will India clinch the series or will England keep the series alive? Get live cricket score of India vs England 2nd ODI here. (LIVE SCORECARD | LIVE STREAMING INFO | AUSTRALIA vs PAKISTAN LIVE)

12:54 pm IST: India have won 11 and lost four in 15 one day internationals at Barabati Stadium, Cuttack. That’s a great record to have.

12:50 pm IST: Toss in 10 minutes. Will the playing conditions weigh on the minds of the Indian cricket team? Probably, chasing will be a better option.

Inspecting the pitch- #TeamIndia Captain @imVkohli and Head Coach @anilkumble1074. #INDvENG

— BCCI (@BCCI) January 19, 2017

For Virat Kohli, 2016 was a golden year both in his captaincy and in his batting. In 2017, nothing has changed. Kohli still continues to make runs for fun and he has started his tenure as full-time captain across all formats with a bang.

King @imVkohli in action at the nets ahead of the 2nd ODI against England @Paytm #INDvENG

— BCCI (@BCCI) January 17, 2017

His exploits in the Pune ODI in which he slammed 122 was his 15th century in a successful chase which took him past Sachin Tendulkar.

#TeamIndia all-rounder @YUVSTRONG12 in the nets. Match starts at 1:30 PM IST today #INDvENG

— BCCI (@BCCI) January 19, 2017

The game witnessed the rise of another superstar in Kedar Jadhav, who smashed a century off just 65 balls. His awesome 200-run partnership with Kohli helped India chase down 350 for the third time.

The result in Pune would have severely deflated England, who do not know what is a winning total. Their task will not get any easier in Cuttack, where India have not lost an ODI since 2003.

A loss in Cuttack will prolong England’s agony in bilateral series in India, where they have not won since 1984. The batting fired on all cylinders but their bowlers were found wanting. Heading into the match, India are strong favourites to clinch the series and ensure Kohli remains undefeated as a skipper.

Source: HindustanTimes