India vs England live stream details: When and where to watch India vs England live in your country? 2nd ODI, India Tour of Britain 2022.
England and India face off in the second leg of the three-game ODI series on Thursday, July 14. The match will be played at the iconic Lord’s in London. Building on the momentum of victory in the T20I series, India crushed England in the opening ODI at the Kennington Oval on July 12.
India won the opening game of the 3-game ODI series comfortably by 10 wickets and the game ended in less than 50 overs combined across the 2 innings. India are on a roll and will be looking to win this game and the ODI series so they can experience the third ODI game.
England had lost the T20I series and are now set to lose the ODI series as well. They need to win this 2nd ODI match to keep the series alive and get the ODIs into the decider.
England batters were steamrolled for 110 runs with up to 4 of their top 5 batters recording ducks. Players like Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Liam Livingstone and Jason Roy were dismissed without scoring in the game.
Skipper Jos Buttler was the top scorer with 30 runs while tailenders David Willey (21 runs) and Brydon Carse (15 runs) set up a 35-run partnership to save face for the 10th wicket to push through the England team beyond the 100 point mark. .
England’s bowlers didn’t have a big score to effectively trouble the opposition. Reece Topley and David Willey bothered the power-play hitters with the new ball, but got no wickets to their name. Craig Overton and Brydon Carse were picked for a lot of points in the game.
Indian fly-half Rohit Sharma (76* runs) and Shikhar Dhawan (31* runs) facilitated the pursuit of 111 runs with their skipper playing aggressive pulls and hooks for fun. Virat Kohli, who was injured before the 1st ODI, could come back to play in XI if he is fit to play in place of Shreyas Iyer.
It’s worth noting that Suryakumar Yadav scored a scintillating century last T20I in a lost cause, so he should be remembered. Jasprit Bumrah came through the England squad with a stunning 7.3-3-19-6 numbers in the game. Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami (3 wickets) were almost unplayable on the power play and never allowed an English batsman to set up.
Virat Kohli is going through terrible form and is also facing an injury crisis. Virat Kohli missed the 1st ODI due to a groin injury and is also ready to sit out the 2nd ODI. According to reports, his condition hasn’t improved and he won’t be available for Game 2 at Lord’s.
Chasing 111, Rohit Sharma (76*) and Shikhar Dhawan (31*) set up their 18th century partnership to bring India home in the 19th. This is after Jasprit Bumrah (6-19) and Mohammed Shami (3-31) helped India eliminate England for 110 in the Oval. It was England’s lowest tally against India in ODI.
India vs England live stream details: When and where to watch India vs England live in your country? 2nd ODI, India Tour of England 2022
Sony Sports owns the rights to broadcast matches played in England. The first test will be broadcast on Sony 1 and Sony 1 HD. The live stream of the series will be available on SonyLIV.
The United Kingdom
The matches will be shown on the Sky Sports – Main Event and Sky Cricket channels. The live stream will be available on the Sky Go app.
In the USA
India Vs England will air on Willow TV in the United States.
In South Africa
The SuperSport network will broadcast the series in South Africa.
Fox Sports Network will air the series in Australia. The online broadcast will take place on the Foxtel Sports digital platform. Kayo Sports will also broadcast matches.
In New Zealand
SKY Sport NZ will broadcast the series and talkSPORT will be the official radio broadcaster.
In the Caribbean
Flow Sports will air it in the Caribbean.
In the Middle-East
India v England will air on beIN Sports Network in the Middle East and North Africa region in 24 countries.
The cricket action in India has now moved to Sony Sports Network. The India England Tour will be broadcast on Sony Sports Network in India and other parts of the subcontinent like Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka. The online broadcast will take place on the Sony LIV app or on the official website sonyliv.com