India vs England, 4th ODI at Edgbaston
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The two teams were welcomed to a beautiful weather at Edgbaston. MS Dhoni won the toss and elected to bowl. India brought in Dhawal Kulkarni and England made three changes to their side © Getty Images
Indian bowlers produced yet another disciplined performance to restrict England to a mere 206 in the fourth One-Day International (ODI) at Edgbaston on Tuesday. India elected to bowl after winning the toss and the opening bowlers kept a tight leash on the opposition and snared three wickets early.
England managed to rebuild with the fourth wicket stand between Joe Root and Eoin Morgan but the partnership crawled and England badly needed someone to score quickly. But India kept making inroads at regular intervals to dominate the proceedings.
England looked set for a below 200 total. It was Moeen Ali who added the much needed aggression. He scored a 50-ball 67 to propel them past 200.
Indians were alert in the fielding and stopped many runs further strangling England.
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