England win! Joe Root hits the winning runs and in turn goes to his 13th ODI hundred, overtaking Marcus Trescothick to take the lead for English batsmen in ODI cricket. England have sailed to their victory total with ease thanks in the main to Root and skipper Eoin Morgan who was unbeaten on 88* at the end.





England’s bowlers restricted India to 256 for 8 off their 50 overs with David Willey and Adil Rashid the pick of the bowlers claiming three wickets each. England need 257 to win the match and the series.


MS Dhoni falls, caught behind of David Willey.




England’s bowlers have made a great start at Emerald Headingley limiting India to 22 for 1 off seven overs. David Willey with the wicket to fall. Virat Kohli is now at the crease.



England have made one change to the side that beat India at Lord’s with James Vince coming in for the injured Jason Roy.

India have made three changes to their line-up…


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The stage is set for a spectacular game at Emerald Headingley today after England levelled the series with a comprehensive win at Lord’s on Saturday.

A magnificent hundred from Yorkshireman Joe Root, and a maiden international fifty from David Willey, led England to a commanding 322 for 7 off their 50 overs. India were then only able to muster 236 all out in reply, with no batsman going past fifty. Eight wickets fell to Yorkshire bowlers, with Liam Plunkett the pick removing four Indian batsman.

England have won all four of the ODIs played at Emerald Headingley since India’s last visit in 2014, when Root scored a hundred. Only five of the eleven that wore the Three Lions jersey in that game look set to feature tomorrow, with the team now proving itself as something of a powerhouse in one-day cricket.

If you haven’t been lucky enough to secure a ticket, you can follow the game on Sky Sports Cricket, BBC Test Match special or by the yorkshireccc.com blog!

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