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  • 8:44 PM IST

    Sealed with a SIX! Rohit Sharma reaches 152 with a six and with that he also finishes off the chase as India make 326/2 in 42.1 overs to beat West Indies by eight wickets.

  • 8:34 PM IST

    300 up for India. Ambati Rayudu gives Oshane Thomas the charge and lifts the ball over his head for a six and takes India to 303/2 in 40 overs.

  • 8:21 PM IST

    After 37 overs, India are 278/2 and need just 45 runs in 78 deliveries

  • 8:02 PM IST

    OUT! Some relief for West Indies as Virat Kohli has been stumped off Devendra Bishoo on 140. End of a brilliant innings for the India captain – struck 21 fours and two sixes during his stay. Score 256/2 in 33 overs

  • 7:57 PM IST

    CENTURY NO. 20 FOR ROHIT SHARMA IN ODIs. This is stunning from Indian batsmen. Off just 84 deliveries, Rohit brings up his century. India 248/1 in 32 overs, chasing 324

  • 7:47 PM IST

    This is becoming all too easy for India now. 19 runs from Kemar Roach’s seventh over. Virat Kohli began it with a six and four and Rohit Sharma finished it with consecutive boundaries. India 217/1 in 29 overs

  • 7:43 PM IST

    With a SIX, Virat Kohli takes India past the 200-run mark

  • 7:37 PM IST

    36TH ODI CENTURY FOR VIRAT KOHLI. This guy is run-machine. With a four off Kemar Roach, the India captain reaches yet another century off 88 deliveries. He follows that with another four. India 186/1 in 27 overs

  • 7:35 PM IST

    After 25 overs, India are 168/1 in chase of 324. The 25th over, bowled by Devendra Bishoo, saw Rohit hitting two fours including one off a free-hit.

  • 7:15 PM IST

    FIFTY for Rohit Sharma – his 37th of ODI career.

  • 7:14 PM IST

    Back to back sixes for Rohit Sharma as he jumps to 49 off 49. India 141/1 in 21 overs

  • 6:54 PM IST

    Devendra Bishoo into the attack now with India 102/1 in 16 overs, chasing 323

  • 6:49 PM IST


  • 6:48 PM IST

    1,1,1,1,1,1 – six singles from the second over of Ashley Nurse take India to 99/1 in 15 overs. The partnership between Kohli and Rohit is now 89.

  • 6:32 PM IST

    FIFTY for Virat Kohli – his 49th of ODI career. Took him just 35 deliveries to reach the milestone. India 75/1 in 10.2 over, chasing 323

  • 6:31 PM IST

    Holder concedes two fours, both to his counterpart Kohli, in his first over. Score 71/1 in 10 overs

  • 6:26 PM IST

    West Indies captain Jason Holder introduces himself into the attack now

  • 6:26 PM IST

    Kohli and Rohit are on a roll now. Oshane Thomas bowls short, twice in a row and Kohli dispatches him to midwicket and then over backward point for consecutive fours. Then in the following over of Kemar Roach, Rohit flicks the penultimate delivery for his second four. Score 62/1 in 9 overs, chasing 323

  • 6:18 PM IST

    FIFTY up for India in 7.3 overs – A controlled pull from Virat Kohli rolls away to the boundary. Kohli then follows that with another four and this time through off side.

  • 6:17 PM IST

    An expensive over from Oshane Thomas as he concedes two fours and a six. The first was via an edge to Kohli and the second, a more convincing, a flick to deep mid-wicket. Rohit Sharma then ended the over with a six making it 18 from the over. Score 41/1 in 6 overs

  • 6:04 PM IST

    So India have lost an early wicket in Shikhar Dhawan – dragged one back onto the stumps giving debutant Oshane Thomas his maiden ODI wicket. He scored 4 off 6. Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma are in the middle for India

  • 5:24 PM IST

    Shimron Hetmyer’s strokeful century pushed West Indies to 322/8 against India in the first ODI of the five-match series at the Barsapara Cricket Stadium in Guwahati on Sunday. Click here to read full report

  • 5:16 PM IST

    So West Indies have avoided a late collapse and have done well to post a challenging 322/8 in 50 overs

  • 5:06 PM IST

    West Indies have reached 299/8 in 48 overs with handy contribution from their lower order pair of Kemar Roach and Devendra Bishoo

  • 4:46 PM IST

    OUT! Yuzvendra Chahal gets rid of West Indies captain Jason Holder. Chahal cleans up Holder as he went for a cheeky paddle sweep. He scored 38 off 42. Score 278/8 in 43.2 overs

  • 4:39 PM IST

    This one took some time and the decision eventually goes in the favour of West Indies batsman. An appeal for a stumping and the decision goes to the third umpire. After reviewing it from different angles, TV umpire reckons Bishoo made it in just in the nick of time. Score 268/7

  • 4:27 PM IST

    OUT! Yuzvendra Chahal pins Ashley Nurse in front on 2. West Indies are sliding, again. Pitched in line, this one would have hit the stumps. Nurse took the review but it’s all reds. Score 252/7 in 39.3 overs

  • 4:21 PM IST

    OUT! Soon after hitting his third century, Shimron Hetmyer ends up getting a leading edge to be caught on 106 off 78. Ravindra Jadeja gets his second wicket. Score 248/6 in 38.4 overs

  • 4:18 PM IST

    HUNDRED FOR SHIMRON HETMYER! What a thrilling innings has this been from the 21-year-old. He reaches the three figures in style with a six off Shami. And it’s come in quick time too – off 74 deliveries

  • 4:14 PM IST

    Third fifty-run partnership of the innings for West Indies now – Jason Holder with a straight drive past the bowler to bring up the 50-run stand off 41 deliveries

india vs west indies 1st odi

Hello everyone! Welcome to our live coverage from the 1st ODI of the five-match series between India and West Indies to be played in Guwahati. The preceding Test series between the two sides turned out to be a one-sided affair with India sealing a 2-0 clean sweep. The story might continue in the ODIs as well considering the fact that West Indies haven’t won an ODI series in India in 12 years.

India are second in the ICC ODI Championship with 122 ratings points, while the tourists are down at ninth behind Bangladesh and Sri Lanka and two points ahead of Afghanistan. India’s previous limited-overs assignment was the Asia Cup title in the UAE which they won with an unbeaten record. West Indies, by contrast, lost the ODI and T20I parts of their home series with Bangladesh and earlier this year were runners-up at the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifiers in Zimbabwe. Click here to read more