The Indian spinners have tightened the noose around the England lower order    Getty Images
The Indian spinners have tightened the noose around the England lower order Getty Images

 

 

Feb 22, 2014

 

The ICC Under-19 World Cup 2014 quarterfinal between India and England is headed to a close finish. Chasing 222 to win the game, England are 174 for six in 42 overs needing 48 in 48 balls.

 

Indian spinners have done well to get them back into the game. Ben Duckett had put England on course to victory, but just then, the Indian spinners struck back and had them in trouble.

 

Joe Clarke, the wicketkeeper batsman is their major hope and has kept England in the hunt. In fact, he had a stroke of luck when he was dropped by Deepak Hooda at long-on.

 

Catch live score and ball-by-ball commentary of the match here