England v India ODI series 2014

England v India: England coach Peter Moores looking for right balance ahead of World Cup

England v India: England coach Peter Moores looking for right balance ahead of World Cup

Peter Moores says England are looking for the right balance as his side target a draw in the one-day series with India to build momentum ahead of next year's World Cup.


  • England schooled

    England schooled

    India taught England's batsmen a lesson in one day cricket at Trent Bridge, says David Lloyd.

  • Growing reputation

    Growing reputation

    Alastair Cook has significantly boosted his standing in the England dressing room, says Andrew Strauss.

India new number one in ODI rankings

India have risen to the top of the International Cricket Council's ODI rankings amid a convincing two-nil series lead over England.

England v India: Tourists win by six wickets to lead Royal London Series 2-0

India cruised to a six-wicket victory in the third Royal London One Day International at Trent Bridge to take a 2-0 lead in the five-match series.

England v India ODI series: Rohit Sharma to return home with broken finger; Ajinkya Rahane set to open

India batsman Rohit Sharma has been ruled out of the rest of the one-day series after suffering a broken finger during the second match on Wednesday.

England v India: Mahendra Singh Dhoni praises Suresh Raina after his century in second ODI in Cardiff

Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni felt his India side revelled in a change of format after they crushed England by 133 runs in the second ODI of the five-match series.

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