Jos Buttler has appeared confident at the crease even though he came out in a troublesome position © Getty Images
Jos Buttler has appeared confident at the crease even though he came out in a troublesome position © Getty Images

The partnership between Jos Buttler and James Taylor has swelled to fifty runs against India. In context of the innings the partnership is an extremely crucial one as England were stuttering at 66/5 in chase of 201 when Buttler came out.

As long as these two carry on, England have ample hope to get across the line but a wicket at this stage will change things dramatically. Stuart Binny has been phenomenal with the ball picking three wickets in his eight overs so far, India will be keen for him to get another wicket.

Earlier, Eoin Morgan won the toss and chose to bowl first. England made no changes to their side and have persisted with the same team that last played Australia on Friday last week. India had to make one change as Mohit Sharma replaced an injured Ishant Sharma. India have gone in with Stuart Binny, Ravindra Jadeja and Akshar Patel, the three all-rounders. India could only score 200.

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