They came, They saw and They conquered. Yes! India won the T20I series played against England. Unfortunately, India was not able to whitewash England but the last match was nothing less than a rollercoaster ride. The T20Is are done and now it's time to hop on to the last format of this tour, the ODI's.


England: 1.99 on

India: 1.83 on


After facing some bad defeats in the first two T20I matches, England was finally able to win the last T20I match and saved themselves from being whitewashed. After two consecutive losses, Finally, England was able to show a balanced performance and performed well with both - Bat and Ball. The batters batted very well but sadly it wasn't Moeen Ali's day who fall into the trap of Bishnoi and got out on duck. The bowlers made a mark except for Livingstone. 

England is going to face India in the 1st ODI on 11th July in Oval Stadium, Where England has won 30 out of 49 ODI matches. Whereas, India has won only 6 times out of 15 ODI matches played on this ground. The stats clearly favor England which can boost the morale of the team but again, the opponent being India, these stats won't matter as much as they are often the side who are meant to break and create records.

Buttler and the team are expected to continue the same performance they showed in the last T20I. As of now, England's ODI squad looks more on the balanced side with the inclusion of some big cricketing talents in the team. And Jonny Bairstow is back in England Team to face India in ODIs, This player has never failed to impress the audience with his batting performance. 

Fact: England in the 3rd T20I registered their highest T20Is score (215) against India. 

Probable Playing XI: Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Jos Buttler (C), Ben Stokes, Liam Livingstone, Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, David Willey, Reece Topley, and Mattew Parkinson.


Even after losing the last match, India ended up becoming the T20I series winner and proved themselves on the ground. Now it's time to perform well in ODIs as well. 

Rohit Sharma and Team are all set to face England in the 1st ODI match to be played at Oval Ground. All the eyes will be up on out-of-form Virat Kohli to see whether he can still support the team with his batting performance. His performance will directly impact his position in the upcoming World Cup squad. But for this series, the Rohit Sharma-led Indian team is well equipped with Shikhar Dhawan who is capable of giving a good head start to the Indian Team. Suryakumar Yadav, who had his first T20Is maiden centuries is a good addition to the batting side of the team as well. 

When Bowling is concerned, the Indian Team is all set to cause trouble to the batting line-up of the England Team. The Indian Team is well equipped with wicket-taking bowlers like Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah, and Mohammad Shami. After looking at this Team, the Indian Team seems to be pretty much on the winning side. 

Probable Playing XI: Rohit Sharma (C), Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav, Rishabh Pant, Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, J Bumrah, Mohd Shami, Shardul Thakur, Yuzvendra Chahal.


India Top Batsman: Shikhar Dhawan

Predicting the most experienced ODI opener of all time will go big in this match and make a mark of his name on English soil. 

Bet on Shikhar Dhawan at 4.90 on

England Top Batsman: Jos Buttler

Considering his performance post IPL, 2022, Jos Buttler is in his career's best form, So there's no doubt that he is IndiaBet's top pick for Best England Batsman.

Bet on Jos Buttler at 5.70 on


Most Sixes - England at 1.83 on

Team With Top Batter - India at 1.85 on

Team with Highest Score at 1st Dismissal - India at 1.74 on


When England's squad is compared to Indian Squad, It seems like Indian Squad is much on the promising side, So, We can expect India to win this match.

Bet on India to win at 1.83 on