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Another series win for India, fourth on the trot against England. After posting 170/8, India dismissed England for 121 in 17 overs for a 49-run win at Edgbaston, Birmingham on Saturday. India will have a chance to clean sweep England at Trent Bridge, Nottingham on Sunday, same time. England captain Jos Buttler won the toss and opted to ball first, and there was changes galore -- two for England, including a debutant, and four for India.
Asked to bat first, India got off to a flier with skipper Rohit Sharma (31 off 20) and promoted Rishabh Pant (26 off 15) posting 49 runs for the opening stand. The visitors then lost quick wickets, including Virat Kohli (1 off 3). But Ravindra Jadeja held the innings together with a very fine 46 off 29 as India reached 170/8. Debutant Richard Gleeson got three wickets for 15, whole Chris Jordan got four for 27.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar then gave India a dream start, removing Jason Roy with the very first delivery. The pacer also got Jos Buttler, again. And England never recovered even though Moeen Ali (35 off 21) and David Willey (33 not out off 22) did play two crucial knocks. Bhuvi claimed figures of 3/15 in three overs, while Jasprit Bumrah and Yuzvendra Chahal got a brace each. Follow live cricket scores and updates of ENG vs IND, 2nd T20I here:
Bhuvneshwar Kumar is the player of the match for his 3/15 in three overs. And this is Rohit Sharm's 19th consecutive win as Indian captain across formats, only behind Ricky Ponting (20 in 2003 - all in ODIs).
India take an unassailable 2-0 series lead 🎉— ICC (@ICC) July 9, 2022
A comprehensive performance in Edgbaston helps them win the second T20I by 49 runs. #ENGvIND | 📝 Scorecard: https://t.co/w0EN9Tmapp pic.twitter.com/gYvQrhHv6r
Harshal Patel on with his final over. David Willey hits the first ball for a six, over deep backward point, then a four through cover. Two dots, and a single. And Patel cleans up Matthew Parkinson for a two-ball duck. Full and straight. England are all out for 121 in 17 overs. India win by 49 runs, after a 50-run victory in the first match. ENG - 121 (17); IND - 170/8 (20)
Bhuvneshwar Kumar returns for his third over. Richard Gleeson goes for a heave, but holes out at mid-off. Caught by Virat Kohli. He goes for 2 off 3. Matthew Parkinson is the last man. Four runs from the over. England need 61 runs in 24 balls. ENG - 110/9 (16)
Chris Jordan joins David Willey, and run out. Jordan goes for a second, and no time to get back. But enough time for Rohit Sharma to dislodge the bails at the non-striker's end. Good throw from Yuzvendra Chahal. Richard Gleeson is the new man, and Willey hits four and six off successive deliveries. 18 from the over. England need 65 runs in 30 balls. ENG - 106/8 (15)
Hardik Pandya returns for his third. Moeen Ali hits the first ball for a six, over deep mid-wicket. Enough power. 35 off 20 (3 fours and 2 sixes). And straight to Rohit Sharma at mid-off. Edge of the circle. England need 77 runs in 34 balls. ENG - 94/7 (14.2)
Ravindra Jadeja on with his second. Two singles and Dawid Willey beats the mid-off with a backfoot drive. A single, and a six over long-on. Sweet timing. A single to end the 14-run over. England need 83 in 36. ENG - 88/6 (14)
Harshal Patel returns for his third over. Three dots and a single for David Willey to third man. Two dots and four to fine leg. Bouncer, connected. Five from the over. England need 97 in 42 balls. ENG - 74/6 (13)
Ravindra Jadeja gets his first over. Moeen Ali hits the last ball for a four, to fine leg. Eight runs from the over. England need 102 in 48 balls. ENG - 69/6 (12)
Jasprit Bumrah on with his third over. A single, then a backpedaling Hardik Pandya takes a tumbling catch at mid-off to send Sam Curran (2 off 4) back. David Willey is the new man. Two singles and a wicket. England need 110 in 54. ENG - 61/6 (11)
A dot, then four singles to end Yuzvendra Chahal's second over. His figures so far: 2/10. England need 112 runs in 60 balls. ENG - 59/5 (10)
Yuzvendra Chahal on with his second. A full toss and Dawid Malan reverse hits it straight to Harshal Patel at backward point. He goes for 19 off 25. Sam Curran is the new man. ENG - 55/5 (9.1)
Harshal Patel on with his second over. A dot, then a four with Moeen Ali picking the length early and through backward point. 50 up. Nine from the over. ENG - 55/4 (9)
Hardik Pandya returns for his second over. Four runs from it, including one leg bye. 27 runs and two wickets in the last 30 balls. ENG - 46/4 (8)
Yuzvendra Chahal on. Harry Brook picks the googly, and plays it straight for a four. But Chahal hits back. Brook picks Suryakumar Yadav at long-on. He goes for 8 off 9. Moeen Ali is the new man. 6 runs and a wicket. ENG - 42/4 (7)
Harshal Patel with his first over. Two dots to Dawid Malan. And he cuts the third for a four. Harry Brook flicks the last ball for a four, one bounce to deep mid-wicket. Nine from the over. ENG - 36/3 (6)
Jasprit Bumrah continues. Liam Livingstone is bowled the first ball. Goes for 15 off 9. Harry Brook is the new man. India take a late review off the third. Wickets missing, sailing over the leg stump. Wasted. Second maiden wicket in the innings, and third for the match. ENG - 27/3 (5)
Hardik Pandya on. Top edge from Liam Livingstone off the second and is dropped at fine leg. Tough chance for Yuzvendra Chahal. Blame it on sun. And a four, past mid-wicket. Eight from the over. ENG - 27/2 (4)
Bhuvneshwar Kumar continues. A massive shout for caught behind from Rishabh Pant, and Rohit Sharma is forced to take. And it is. Faintest of under egde and a brilliant take behind the wicket. Jos Buttler goes for 4 off 5. Second for Bhuvi. That was Bhuvi's 36th opener as his victim and second only to Tim Southee. Liam Livingstone in the middle, and he starts with a four. Ball racing to deep mid-wicket boundary. And one more, through extra cover. Shout for LBW, but Rohit is not interested. 11 runs and a wicket. ENG - 19/2 (3)
Jasprit Bumrah shares the new ball with Bhuvi. Three singles, then a four, through cover as Dawid Malan plays a beautiful drive. Eight from the over. ENG - 8/1 (2)
Bhuvneshwar Kumar with the new ball. And he removes Jason Roy first ball, caught by Rohit Sharma. Dawid Malan joins Jos Buttler. A maiden wicket to start a dream start. ENG - 0/1 (1)
Sam Curran with the final over. A full toss, and Ravindra Jadeja connects. But Matthew Parkinson makes a stunning save at short fine leg, and only a couple. A wide, then a dot. Denying. Jadeja hits the third for a four, behind square leg. Another dot, denying again. A couple, and another couple to end the innings. 11 from the last over. 0/26 for Curran. Jadeja not out on 46 off 29. IND - 170/8 (20)
Chris Jordan on with his final over. Two singles and a dot to Ravindra Jadeja. Smashes down the ground, and a four. Fourth four for Jaddu. 35 off 22 now. And straight to extra cover. Bhuvneshwar Kumar goes for 2 off 4. Fails to get enough elevation, and catch for David Willey. 4/27 for Jordan tonight. Jasprit Bumrah is the new man. IND - 159/8 (19)
Richard Gleeson on with his final over. Another misfield and India steal a second off the fourth. A full toss to Ravindra Jadeja to end the spell. Seven from the over. Gleeson's figures tonight: 3/15. IND - 152/7 (18)
Chris Jordan returns for his third over. Ravindra Jadeja hits the first ball for a four, past the backward point. A single, then a couple for Harshal Patel to third man. A dot, and a six over mid-wicket boundary. Just 71m. Then the wicket. Holes out. Easy catch for Richard Gleeson at deep third man. Patel goes for 13 off 6. 13 runs and a wicket. Bhuvneshwar Kumar will be the new man. IND - 145/7 (17)
Liam Livingstone continues. Ravindra Jadeja comes down and misses the ball, but Jos Buttler messes up stumping chance and five wides. Then a brilliant fielding effort from Harry Brooks at sweeper cover to first stop the ball, the relay the back to the wicket-keeper. Smart work from Buttler though, directing the ball to the stumps. Dinesh Karthik returns for a third, but his dive is short. He is gone for 12 off 17. Harshal Patel is the new man. Ravindra Jadeja hits the third ball for a four, lofted drive and a four for Patel to deep extra cover to end the over. 17 runs and a wicket. IND - 132/6 (16)
Sam Curran returns for his second over. A beautiful pick-up shot from Dinesh Karthik, off the third, for his first boundary to backward square leg. A wide, down leg. Eight from the over. Stand - run-a-ball 26. IND - 115/5 (15)
Liam Livingstone gets his first over. Six from it -- four singles and a couple. 34 runs and two wickets in the last 30 balls. IND - 107/5 (14)
David Willey returns for his third over. A couple for Ravindra Jadeja off the first to fine leg. A single, then a misfield allowing Dinesh Karthik to steal a second. Then another misfield, this time from Harry Brook at deep backward square leg for a four. First four for Jadeja. 10 from the over. IND - 101/5 (13)
Richard Gleeson returns for his third. A single and a wide from it. 3/8 with one maiden for the debutant so far. IND - 91/5 (12)
Chris Jordan on with his second over. A couple for Hardik Pandya, to mid-off. A single, then Suryakumar Yadav perishes going for a biggie. Sam Curran holds onto a tough chance at deep midwicket, and in the process, he hurts himself. Looks like the left elbow. SKY goes for 15 off 11. Ravindra Jadeja is the new man and Hardik hits the next ball straight to Dawid Malan at backward point. Pandya goes for 12 off 15. Dinesh Karthik joins Jadeja in the middle. Three runs and a couple of wickets in the over. IND - 89/5 (11)
Matthew Parkinson with his second over. Hardik Pandya drills the first ball for a four, straight. A single, then a sine fielding effort at deep mid-wicket from Chris Jorda denies Suryakumar Yadav a four. A widish delivery, and SKY dismisses it for a four, through point. A single, and Parkinson does well to get a hand on the straight drive from Pandya. 13 from the over. IND - 86/3 (10)
Chris Jordan gets his first over. Excellent over. Four singles. 30 runs and three wickets in the last 30 balls. IND - 73/3 (9)
Matthew Parkinson gets his first over. Suryakumar Yadav hits the second ball for a four, inside out. Eight from the over. IND - 69/3 (8)
Hardik Pandya is the new man. And a solid block to deny Richard Gleeson a hat-trick. Two more dots, both hard-length deliveries on the ribs. Another one. A double-wicket maiden. Two overs and 3/6 for Gleeson. IND - 61/3 (7)
Richard Gleeson gets Virat Kohli off the first over after powerplay. Stunning catch by Dawid Malan. Kohli goes for 1 off 3. Suryakumar Yadav is the next man. And Rishabh Pant is caught behind. Inside edge. The debutant is rocking India. Three wickets in four balls of Gleeson. Pant goes for 26 off 15. IND - 61/3 (6.2)
Moeen Ali continues. A six over long-off and a four, through square leg for Rishabh Pant. Two dots, then a single. And Virat Kohli, 75 innings without an international century, opens his account with a single. 12 from the over. IND 61/1 (6)
Debutant Richard Gleeson on. A dot, then Rohit Sharma gets a four, over mid-on. Mistimed, but still goes for the boundary. A dot, then a couple. A bouncer, and Jos Buttler takes a stunner behind the wicket to send Rohit (31 off 20) back. Virat Kohli is the new man, and a dot. Six runs and a wicket. IND - 49/1 (5)
Moeen Ali on. Rohit Sharma hits the third and fifth balls for four. 11 from the over. IND - 43/0 (4)
David Willey continues. Rohit Sharma hits the first ball for a six, over long-off. Miscued, but enough power to clear the rope. Rishabh Pant gets a four off the third, past short third man. Two wides, then a four, over short fine leg. 17 from the over. IND - 32/0 (3)
Sam Curran shares the new ball. A wide to start his spell. Rishabh Pant hits the fifth ball for a four, over mid-off. Seven from the over. IND - 15/0 (2)
Jason Roy drops Rohit Sharma at point off the fourth ball. And Rohit hits the last ball for a six, over long leg for. Eight from David Willey's first over. IND - 8/0 (1)
Rohit Sharma to take the first strike. His opening partner is not Virat Kohli. Rishabh Pant it is! David Willey with the new ball.
Ishan Kishan, Deepak Hooda, Axar Patel and Arshdeep Singh are the unlucky four tonight.
For England, David Willey and Richard Gleeson in for Reece Topley and Tymal Mills. India made four changes. Rohit Sharma even forgets one of the players coming. Virat Kohli, Ravindra Jadeja, Jasprit Bumrah, and... Rishabh Pant. Here are the playing XIs -
England: Jason Roy, Jos Buttler (c & wk), Dawid Malan, Liam Livingstone, Harry Brook, Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, David Willey, Chris Jordan, Richard Gleeson, Matthew Parkinson.
India: Rohit Sharma (c), Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav, Rishabh Pant (wk), Hardik Pandya, Dinesh Karthik, Ravindra Jadeja, Harshal Patel, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah, Yuzvendra Chahal.
Head is the call from Rohit Sharma and its tail. Joe Root wins the toss and England will bowl first. Two changes for England, including a debutant.
Richard Gleeson, 34, is making his England debut tonight. He's a right-arm fast-medium bowler, and he plays for Lancashire in county cricket.
Exactly four days after England humbled India by seven wickets in the rescheduled Test, the two teams, albeit in different clothing with different agendas meet again. But the underlying tension remains the same in this game of one-upmanship. Pepper it with a tinge of revenge act, then it becomes all the more explosive. Edgbaston, get ready.
India have a problem of plenty. They were brilliant in the first match, but expect a wholesome change in the ensemble cast with the return of regulars. But one player who is keen to do the 'talking' is Virat Kohli.
This is the 21st meeting between the two teams. India are on a three-match winning run against England in the shortest format of the game. England last beat India on March 16 last year in Ahmedabad. With a win tonight, India will take a 12-9 lead in the head-to-head record.