England still on top despite losing Moeen Ali early © Getty Images
England still on top despite losing Moeen Ali early © Getty Images

Jan 20, 2015

England are off to a flying start after they have reached 41 for one in six overs as the teams go back in to take lunch. India were bowled out under 40 overs and there was still time lest to bowl a few more overs after the Indian innings ended. India were earlier bowled out for 153, which is their lowest score against England in matches they’ve been bowled out. Stuart Binny was the wicket-taker for India and also the top-scorer with the bat as well. England need another 113 runs to win the match in the remaining 44 overs and if they win it in the next 34 matches to win the match with a bonus point.

India will look to pick up a few more quick wickets, which will bring them right back in the game. England were uplifted thanks to a five-wicket haul from Steven Finn and four wickets from James Anderson. India lost wickets at regular intervals and two 50-run stands in the match were not good enough for India as they bundled out for a very low score.

England seem like they are going to go for the bonus point after the openers started on a lively note and the batsmen to follow will follow suit.

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