Live: England vs India third ODI | Willey strikes early; removes Rohit Sharma

India has won every bilateral ODI series since, beating Zimbabwe, New Zealand (twice), England, West Indies, Sri Lanka (twice), Australia and South Africa, both home and away.

England captain Eoin Morgan won the toss and elected to bowl first in the series-deciding third and final ODI against India in Leeds on Tuesday.

England have made one change to their playing eleven bringing in James Vince for an injured Jason Roy.

India, on the other hand, have made three changes, replacing Umesh Yadav, Siddharth Kaul and KL Rahul with Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Shardul Thakur and Dinesh Karthik respectively.

 

Its middle-order frailties laid bare in the previous match, India will be aiming to plug the loopholes in Tuesday’s deciding third and final One-Day International against England, where a win will fetch Virat Kohli’s men their 10th successive series triumph.

Victory in London confirmed England’s spot as the No. 1 ODI side in the ICC Rankings. A win for India at Headlingley will only help close the gap.

The Men in Blue have been on a high-flying streak.

Going as far back as January 2016, when it last lost 4-1 in Australia, India has won every bilateral ODI series since, beating Zimbabwe, New Zealand (twice), England, West Indies, Sri Lanka (twice), Australia and South Africa, both home and away.

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