India vs England ODI Cricket series 2011


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India vs England ODI Series 2011

England v India, 5th ODI, Cardiff - England beats India by 6 wickets, seals series 3-0 [IND-ENG:-0-3 (5/5)]

England debutant Jonny Bairstow ruined Rahul Dravid's farewell one-day international by smashing an unbeaten 41 off 21 balls - and sharing an unbeaten 70-run stand off 40 balls with Ravi Bopara (37 not out) - to anchor his team to a six-wicket win in Cardiff on Friday. Dravid, playing his 344th and final ODI, made an assured 69 - his 83rd ODI fifty and took his career run tally in the 50-over format to 10,889. Virat Kohli struck a 93-ball 107 for his sixth one-day century as India made 304-6.
5th ODI, Cardiff: England 241 for 4 (Trott 63, Cook 50, Bairstow 41*) beat India 304 for 6 (Kohli 107, Dravid 69) by six wickets (D/L method)

England v India, 4th ODI, Lord's - England clinch one-day series after tie [IND-ENG:-0-2 (4/5)]

The gripping fourth game between India and England ended in a rain-affected tie in a confusing finale at Lord's. India posted a challenging 280-5, and was looking to secure their first win of the series, but a magnificent 96 by Ravi Bopara guide England to the brink of victory. But with the rain falling and England needing 11 to win from seven balls under the Duckworth/Lewis method, the match ended in a tie.
4th ODI, Lord's: India 280 for 5 (Raina 84, Dhoni 78*) tied with England 270 for 8 in 48.5 overs (Bopara 96, Bell 54) (D/L method)

England v India, 3rd ODI, The Oval - England scrape victory over India [IND-ENG:-0-2 (3/5)]

Craig Kieswetter scored 51 as England extended India's miserable summer with a three-wicket win with seven balls remaining in the third one-day international at The Oval on Friday.
Earlier, India had a disastrous start after being put in to bat, being reduced to 58-5. India recovered to 234-7 thanks to Ravindra Jadeja (78) and Mahendra Dhoni (69).
3rd ODI, The Oval: England 218 for 7 (Kieswetter 51, Bopara 40, Ashwin 3-40) beat India 234 for 7 (Jadeja 78, Dhoni 69, Anderson 3-48) by three wickets (D/L method)

England v India, 2nd ODI, The Rose Bowl - England beat India in rain-affected ODI [IND-ENG:-0-1 (2/5)]

Captain Alastair Cook's unbeaten 80 off 63 balls led England to seven-wicket win over India after rain reduced the contest at the Rose Bowl to 23 overs per side. Asked to bat, India made 187-8, Ajinkya Rahane with a 54 and Suresh Raina smashing three sixes in a 19-ball 40.
2nd ODI, Southampton: England 188 for 3 (Cook 80*, Kieswetter 46, Ashwin 2-42) beat India 187 for 8 (Rahane 54, Raina 40, Swann 3-33) by seven wickets

England v India, 1st ODI, Chester-le-Street - Match washed out after India score fighting total of 274 [IND-ENG:-0-0 (1/5)]

Rain prevented a result in the first of England's five one-day internationals against India, at Chester-le-Street. Set 275 to win, England were 27-2 after 7.2 overs when the game was called off. Ajinkya Rahane and Parthiv Patel (95), in for the injured Sachin Tendulkar, scored 82 for the first wicket to build India a useful platform. Dravid was given out for 2 from six despite no clear evidence from Hot Spot after an appeal, and Rohit Sharma lasted only a ball, retiring hurt with a broken finger from a Broad bouncer. Even after Kohli fell for 55, India were well-placed at 204/4 heading into the final 10 overs.
1st ODI, Chester-le-Street: England 27 for 2 (Trott 14*, Bell 2*) in 7.2 overs vs India 274 for 7 (Parthiv 95, Kohli 55) - match abandoned

Test Series - Yuvraj makes the cut, Kohli dropped

Batting superstar Sachin Tendulkar, on the verge of an unprecedented 100th international century, returned Saturday to a strong Indian squad for the upcoming Test series in England. Gautam Gambhir and Abhinav Mukund will open the innings for India in the first two tests. Sehwag who is undergoing rehabilitation following a shoulder surgery will join the squad as the 17th member after a fortnight. Yuvraj Singh was handed another Test lifeline as Virat Kohli didn't do too well in the three innings that he got in West Indies so far. Sreesanth along with Zaheer Khan, Munaf Patel, Ishant Sharma and Praveen Kumar, complete the five-man pace attack while the two spinners are Harbhajan Singh and Amit Mishra. The four-Test series starts at Lord's on July 21, followed by a one-off Twenty20 match and five one-day internationals. The team for the limited-overs matches will be announced later. The series will be 77-days long. India won their last Test series in England in 2007 under Rahul Dravid. India Test Squad for England: MS Dhoni (Captain), Gautam Gambhir (vice-captain), Abhinav Mukund, Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar, VVS Laxman, Suresh Raina, Harbhajan Singh, Zaheer Khan, S Sreesanth, Praveen Kumar, Ishant Sharma, Munaf Patel, Amit Mishra, Yuvraj Singh, Wriddhiman Saha.

Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.