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The second One-Day International (ODI) amongst India and England happens at Barabati Stadium in Cuttack. This is the sixteenth ODI at the setting for India and the home group has won 11 matches. Against England, India have played four matches, won two and lost the same number of. No holds barred India and England have confronted each other in 93 ODIs (before the arrangement). India drives the record with 50 wins while England have won 38 matches. India and England have been included in two ties and three matches neglected to deliver any outcome.
In the wake of whipping out New Zealand in both Test and One-Day International (ODI) arrangement, India now has England side. It is a long home season for India, and the home side will confront England over every arrangements. The two groups will first fight it out in five-coordinate Test arrangement, which begins on November 09 at Rajkot. The Test arrangement closes with fifth and last Test at Chennai from December 16-20, 2016. After the Tests, India and England will play three ODIs in January 2017. Britain’s voyage through India then tops off with a three-coordinate T20I arrangement. The last time England visited India was in the year 2012. Furthermore, the guests enlisted a notable 2-1 win in four-coordinate Test arrangement. The Alastair Cook-drove side will hope to copy that execution as they face World No. one Test side. Coming into the visit, England confronted Bangladesh in three ODIs and Two Tests in Bangladesh. The English side won the ODI arrangement 2-1, yet the Test arrangement finished in a draw with both groups winning one each. It was Bangladesh’s first Test win over England. In any case, England did generally well in conditions that were precisely inverse to what they are utilized to. Thus, confronting a first rate side like India will just make things troublesome for them.